Parliamentary Legal: The general amnesty needs consensus and a lot of work to amend it
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Baghdad: Muhannad Abdul Wahab
The Parliamentary Legal Committee noted that the general amnesty law received from the government needs a great effort and a joint vision to amend it, despite the agreement to read it for the first time in Parliament.
Deputy Chairman of the Committee, Murtada Al-Saadi, told Al-Sabah: The general amnesty law was received from the government in mid-August, and requires a lot of work, because what was stated is a simple draft that does not exceed three lines. He added that the law requires an effort to complete its third amendment, and it needs There is also a great effort, a common vision, and consensus regarding the issue in the next stage.
Al-Saadi pointed out the agreement to include the first reading of the law in the House of Representatives, as it was discussed in the Legal Committee and was submitted to the Presidency of Parliament for inclusion in the upcoming sessions.
He explained that the amendment to the law received by the government included the terms of the terrorist organizations of the previous stage and who these organizations are, with the addition of those who committed criminal acts or assisted terrorism in some way or whose names appeared in terrorist records.
He continued that every person who committed a crime against Iraqis of all sects, and the judiciary classified him as a criminal, and imposed judicial rulings on him, there is no intention or will to include him in the law.
Edited by: Ali Mowafaq
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