[size=36]Cell: Investigation of the demonstrations included judicial orders against the negligent and will not be accompanied by Abdul Mahdi[/size]
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
revealed Mustafa support, follow - up head of a cell in the Office of the Prime Minister Adel Abdul - Mahdi, to investigate the events of the demonstrations included judicial orders against the negligent and will not intercede for them until the prime minister.
"Investigative committees ended their work on Thursday and came up with several recommendations, including exempting senior positions as police chiefs and intelligence directors in several provinces, as well as arrest warrants involving a number of security officers," Sanad said.
He added, "The officers who were arrested or accused can indicate where they received the orders, according to their top associations."
"There will be a decision by the prime minister at a meeting of the National Security Council, and they may add or delete according to their powers," Sanad said.
He stressed that "decisions will be taken to exempt from positions and others against the negligent, before the expiration of the two-week deadline set by the Supreme Religious Authority (on October 11)."
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."