[size=36]The government is facing pressure to amend the report of the Commission of Inquiry events events .. And arrest warrants against them[/size]
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The government is facing pressure to amend the report of the Commission of Inquiry events events, pointing out that arrest warrants will be issued against leaders and officers associated with parties.
"Political pressure is being exerted on the government to amend the report of the commission charged with investigating the recent demonstrations," the official said.
He added, "Most of those covered by the recommendations of the Commission officers and senior leaders who will be issued arrest warrants, have links to parties and political parties that have influence in the government."
He stressed, "The report is currently in the custody of the government, and any amendment to it will be the committees are not responsible for this," pointing out that "the government is under great pressure from those entities that are lobbying in defense of the officers associated with them."
The committee said in a statement yesterday that it "completed Friday to hear the reports of the subcommittees of the remaining provinces, namely Baghdad, Babylon and Najaf, in the presence of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi," adding that "the final report to the Prime Minister will be no later than Sunday evening."
She pointed out that "the Commission dealt with professionalism and honesty in the smallest details and important findings of the investigative subcommittees, while listening to the testimony of the affected and their families and inspecting all the affected places."