Parliamentary integrity accuses the Foreign Ministry of failing to follow up on wanted persons outside Iraq
19:49 - 18/03/2020
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On Wednesday, the Parliamentary Integrity Committee accused the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of failing and failing in its work to follow up the extradition of wanted persons to Iraq abroad, attributing the matter to the absence of agreements to exchange wanted persons.
The committee's rapporteur, Abdul Amir Al-Mayahi, said to "Information" that "many countries refrain from extraditing their wanted people to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
through Interpol, despite the presence of corruption files against them, and some of them are wanted in terrorist cases."
He added that "the matter is due to the failure of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs through embassies and the Ministry's performance of its tasks to follow up on these issues."
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lacks the existence of international agreements with the countries of the world to exchange the wanted persons so that it can bring the wanted people and offer them to the judiciary and hold them accountable, which encouraged many to repeat thefts and escape outside [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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