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    Exposing "sensational" amendments to the amnesty law... political attempts to expel terrorist groups

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    Exposing "sensational" amendments to the amnesty law... political attempts to expel terrorist groups Empty Exposing "sensational" amendments to the amnesty law... political attempts to expel terrorist groups

    Post by Rocky Sat 24 Jun 2023, 9:00 am

    [size=52]Exposing "sensational" amendments to the amnesty law... political attempts to expel terrorist groups[/size]
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    Today, Saturday, a member of the House of Representatives, Muhammad Karim, revealed an interesting paragraph that some political parties are trying to include in the general amnesty law, and while he rejected these amendments, he confirmed that such laws would not be passed on the Iraqi people.
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    Karim said, in an interview with Al-Maalouma Agency, that "political parties are trying to amend some paragraphs of the general amnesty law, in order to release murderers and criminals," noting that "among these amendments is an attempt to exclude groups that financed, supported, and established guesthouses for terrorist elements."
    He added, "These parties are trying to present them as if their hands were not stained with blood, but they were partners of the terrorists in carrying out the crimes," pointing out that "the Iraqi Penal Code states that they are partners in committing crimes and they have the same legal ruling."
    The member of the House of Representatives confirmed: "His rejection of these amendments, and we will not pass such laws on the Iraqi people," noting that "the families of the martyrs need laws that do justice to them, and not laws that grieve their hearts."
    The State of Law Coalition had warned against returning to the days of sectarianism and security tensions, in light of calls calling for the approval of a general amnesty law for terrorists in Parliament during the next stage.
     The general amnesty law returns to the political arena, once again, which still occupies the minds of some political parties in order to achieve personal desires or release criminals whose hands have been stained with the blood of innocent Iraqis, at a time when political parties have ruled out passing or legislating such a law in parliament. /25 QR
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