Iraqi Interpol announces the release of hundreds of international red bulletins against wanted persons
June 10, 2019
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi Interpol director General Sadiq Faraj Abdul Rahman has issued 653 international red notices against Iraqis wanted for Baghdad, including the mayor of Baghdad and the former governor of Kirkuk.
Abdul Rahman said in a press statement that "the Syrian Interpol is the one who feel the arrest of the former Secretary of the capital Naeem Abaoub, and that there is a file of recovery equipped against him with the Iraqi authorities concerned."
"There are 653 Iraqi citizens who have been issued international red flags and we are waiting to complete the rest of the necessary legal procedures regarding the files of the wanted persons," he said.
On the former governor of Kirkuk, Necmettin Karim, who is currently in Lebanon, said that Karim is wanted by the Iraqi judiciary on various charges. He did not release him. The Lebanese law allows those who are wanted to leave on bail after the seizure of passports and special documents.
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