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    To reach consensus «parliamentary government» to pass amendments to the amnesty law

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    To reach consensus «parliamentary government» to pass amendments to the amnesty law Empty To reach consensus «parliamentary government» to pass amendments to the amnesty law

    Post by Rocky Tue 08 Aug 2017, 3:13 am

    To reach consensus «parliamentary government» to pass amendments to the amnesty law



    08/8/2017 12:00 am

    Baghdad / Muhannad Abdul Wahab
    The Parliamentary Legal Committee and representatives of the government agreed on a number of proposals on amending the amnesty law, stressing the need to speed up the ratification of these agreements by the government in order to proceed to vote on the law, which was prepared by the committee necessary to achieve community reconciliation.
    The discussions of the parliamentary committee came during a meeting attended by the ministers of defense and justice and the national security adviser, as well as the head of the public prosecution and the representative of the government in the House of Representatives. He saw a number of proposals that would proceed to pass amendments to the amnesty law, which still faces more parliamentary and political objections .
    The head of the legal committee, Mohsen al-Saadoun, stressed during the meeting, which was also attended by a number of media outlets, including "morning" the need to "expedite agreement on proposals to amend the amnesty law by the government in order to proceed to vote on those amendments," noting that " Achieving community reconciliation and restoring ties and bonds to Iraqi society. " "The participants in the meeting agreed on all the points proposed in the amendment, in addition to the agreement to extend the work of the committees concerned with the application of the law," said Saadoun, adding that "the law to vote in the meetings of the Council next week." On their part, the ministers and representatives of the government participating in the meeting expressed the keenness of "the government to achieve community reconciliation," stressing the need to "not cover the stained hands with the blood of Iraqis and accused of kidnapping in all its forms by amending amnesty law."
    The meeting witnessed a number of interventions which reviewed the differences on the "amended paragraphs of the law" as noted by the committee member, Zana Said, who pointed out that the aim of the "parliamentary governmental meeting" is to agree to pass the amending provisions of the amnesty law after overcoming the obstacles Face some of those paragraphs, especially those relating to kidnapping.
    "The legal committee agreed with the government committee to pass the amnesty law next week to vote on it after agreeing on the substance of the paragraphs, which was different to it," he said.
    He added that the most important paragraphs that the government still objects to are the exception of the crimes of kidnapping of the law, where it was agreed with the committee not to include kidnapping crimes in the amnesty law and distinguish between the terrorist crimes that occurred before the fall of Mosul and beyond, noting that "the crimes that occurred before the fall Mosul, if it does not lead to permanent killing or disability, will be covered by amnesty, while all terrorist crimes that occurred after the fall of Mosul will not be covered by amnesty. "
    The MP explained that an agreement was reached on amnesty for anyone who commits a misdemeanor or an offense that does not exceed three years imprisonment, and above that will not be covered by the law.
    He pointed out that the problem of the legal representative's relinquishment in some districts was one of the problems that hinder the law. It was agreed that the legal representative would not have to waive the need to waive the public right if the defendant paid the money for the state.

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