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    The parliamentary committee calls on citizens of Kirkuk to file legal proceedings against the Kurdis

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    The parliamentary committee calls on citizens of Kirkuk to file legal proceedings against the Kurdis Empty The parliamentary committee calls on citizens of Kirkuk to file legal proceedings against the Kurdis

    Post by Rocky Mon Nov 06, 2017 4:47 am

    The parliamentary committee calls on citizens of Kirkuk to file legal proceedings against the Kurdish forces

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     Information / Baghdad ..
    The parliamentary legal committee on Monday called on those affected by Kirkuk to speed up lawsuits against any associate of the security services of the Kurdish parties involved in violation of their rights, pointing out that the government is required to disclose the fate of thousands of detainees in the prisons of those parties in Arbil and Sulaymaniyah.
     "The PUK and PUK parties are involved in the violation of human rights and the kidnapping of Arab and Turkoman citizens and their transfer to the prisons of Sulaymaniyah and Arbil without judicial orders from 2003 until the plan to impose security," said Hassan Turan, a member of the committee.
     "Citizens should go to federal courts or human rights offices and federal police stations and provide evidence and complaints against the members of these organs to prosecute them and know the fate of the abductees," Tauran said.
     "The government should find serious and genuine treatment of these violations and hold accountable those who violated the rights of citizens of Kirkuk and put them in prison and not to submit to political pressure to return any security institution belonging to those parties." Ending / 25 d

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