Parliament presidency calls for the prosecution of mass graves perpetrators before 2003 and beyond
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On Monday, Deputy Speaker of Parliament Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi called for the prosecution of the mass graves before 2003 and beyond, considering that the Halabja massacre is a violation of the lowest human values and a living evidence of the ugliness of the dictatorial regime.
Al-Kaabi said, in a statement received / information / the anniversary of the Halabja massacre, that "this crime was and is still a flagrant violation of the lowest human values and a living testament to the ugliness and bloody dictatorial regime."
He added, "All of our people were plagued by the fire of the criminal Baath, as is the case with [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
which calls us to close our ranks, adhere to mutual coexistence and end all disputes to confront the conditions that afflict Iraq and the region."
He called for "the necessity of following up and prosecuting all the perpetrators of mass graves before 2003 and beyond, as well as perpetuating the owners of these graves and caring for their families in recognition of their sacrifices and what they suffered in the era of the Baath and ISIS."
He expressed the House’s keenness to “enact laws that guarantee social justice and fairness to the families of martyrs and victims of the crimes of the former regime and terrorism.” He pointed out that “genocide crimes were not limited to the era of criminals, not only destructive, but also renewed in the Spyker and the killing of Christians, Yazidis, Turkmen and Kurdish villagers at the hands of gangs. [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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