July 05 2018 06:00 p
A member of the legal committee in the outgoing parliament, Kamel al-Zaidi, has agreed to settle cases of 90 percent of the deputies accused of corruption. The prevalence of nepotism and the preference of personal and partisan interests over public interests.
Zaidi said in a press statement that 90% of the deputies who have been issued with the lifting of immunity warrants went to the judiciary and closed all cases against them.
And Zaidi that there is a very low percentage of deputies who have not settled claims and complaints against them before the judiciary because of political interference.
A member of the Legal Committee, the deputies who have been issued the right to lift the immunity to review the judiciary and resolve their cases.
Zaidi explained that the majority of these deputies went to the judiciary and decided their cases before entering the race.
A member of the coalition of state law, Mohamed Chihod has approved a statement earlier the presence of about 20 deputies involved in corruption issues in the current session, indicating that all deputies fell immunity from parliamentary after midnight on June 30, 2018.
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