The judiciary discusses the issue of missing and absentees[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date:: 9/9/2019 10:39 • 23 times read[/rtl]
The head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Fayeq Zidan, on Monday, discussed with the Chief Prosecutor Mowaffaq al-Obeidi and the head of the Judicial Supervisory Board Jassem al-Amiri the issue of missing and absentees.
A statement of the judicial authority received (Euphrates News) that "the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faiq Zeidan met with Chief Prosecutor Mowaffaq al-Obeidi and head of the Judicial Supervisory Authority Jassem al-Omairi and discussed the subject of recent issues regarding the presence of missing or absent persons.
The statement added that "the Supreme Judicial Council had previously received a list of names from the member of the House of Representatives Osama Nujaifi on this was instructed to the investigative courts according to spatial jurisdiction to receive complaints about them and take all legal procedures to know their fate, including the transfer of judges and members of the prosecution to the sites allegedly They are confined to ensure their fate in coordination and cooperation with the competent security authorities. "
He added that the participants discussed the results of the judicial delegation's visit to the Judicial Council in the Kurdistan Region on 8/9/2019, which included the Chief Prosecutor, the President of the Judicial Supervisory Commission, the President of the Nineveh Court of Appeal and the President of the Kirkuk Court of Appeal. It happens between the center and the region as far as the judicial affairs are concerned. "
"It was agreed to discuss the formation of joint committees to address the crimes of terrorism and drugs and to address the case of some review the courts of the center or the region to submit malicious cases for exploitation for illegal purposes contrary to the law and agree to eliminate this phenomenon."
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