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Shafak News / Member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee Abdel Khaleq Al-Azzawi on Sunday played down the importance of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazimi's decision to form committees and re-investigate the violent incidents that accompanied the protests since its inception in the country.
Al-Azzawi told Shafaq News that the investigation committees were formed previously by order of former Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, and by order of Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, and she reached results and submitted her report to the two presidents and parliament through her visit to Tahrir Square and a number of governorates.
He added that "the investigation committees have taken several measures, the most prominent of which is to consider the dead as demonstrators as first-degree martyrs, compensation for their relatives and the wounded, and other decisions taken in favor of the demonstrators."
And a member of the Parliamentary Security Committee stated, “The committees that Al-Kazemi ordered to form, we don’t know what to do, if the case was investigated earlier or not, and therefore they offer nothing.” Considering the same time, that Al-Kazemi’s decision to form the committees may have A vision for the Prime Minister.
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kazemi said on Saturday that his government had formed a committee to investigate the violence that accompanied the anti-government protests and the ruling political class, noting that he had ordered the release of detained protesters.
Al-Kazimi said in a statement broadcast on official television after the first session of his government, that the government decided to form a high-commission investigating the facts about the violence that accompanied the popular protests, noting that "the committee will consider the fairness of those who have been harmed, holding the negligent accountable and compensating the families of the martyrs and the wounded."
He added that he directed the security services to release all the detainees from the demonstrators, pointing out that he had asked the Supreme Judicial Council to cooperate to release those who had been convicted of minor cases with the exception of those involved in Iraqi blood.
Nearly 600 protesters have been killed since the protests began in the beginning of October of 2019 in Iraq by gunmen and security forces.