[size=30]Al-Moussawi: The Official Gazette publishes the amnesty law, based on an article that has not been voted upon[/size]
Trend Press / Baghdad
MP Samira al-Moussawi confirmed on Tuesday that the official newspaper published the revised amnesty law, "trampled" with a substance not voted by the deputies, explaining that this article allowed terrorists and criminal thugs to release them, she said.
"The amnesty law was discussed before publication and the article was dropped and not voted on," Moussawi said in a statement. "We were surprised that the article was deliberately inserted in the law when it was published in the official gazette with Everyone knows that it allows for the release of terrorists and criminals, who may be leaders who advocate adults. "
Moussawi called on "the Presidency of the Parliament to clarify this unprecedented incident of representatives of the people and the Iraqi people."
"Any person who deceives himself with the possibility of exploiting the Council of Representatives or the Supreme Council or the Supreme Court," warned the deputy, according to the statement, warned that such delusions and fantasies might expose him and expose him to the people and to the concerned regional and international bodies, especially the World Parliaments Council.
Al-Moussawi called for "expediting the investigation into this incident and identifying the culprit as a prelude to bringing him to justice to receive his fair punishment."