rights are the well-being of 3180 of mass graves and a parliamentary
Committee rejects the abolition of accountability and justice
Editor: BK, NK
13/03/06 19: 21
Iraqi Human Rights Ministry announced Wednesday, extract the well-being
of victims of the former regime 3180 134 so far opened mass grave,
while political martyrs Foundation showed "coverage privileges and
rights" provided for by law, the Commission on political prisoners and
rejected parliamentary accountability and justice law, fearing the
return of the "henchmen" previous system interface called for leaving
"displaced persons disappeared in the burrows."
This came during a
private ceremony attended by the Ministry for human rights, today, for
the funeral of 50 people of Maysan province found their bodies in a mass
grave opened February, in the presence of representatives of the
Committee of martyrs and martyrs Foundation and political prisoners, and
was attended by (range).
He said Undersecretary of the Ministry
of human rights, Hussein zuhairi, in his speech during the ceremony,
"the Ministry said, the common well-being of 50 victims of the former
regime of Maysan governorate, (its the city of Amarah, 320 kilometers
southeast of the capital)," he said, adding that "the welfare of
participants in the 1991 uprising."
Zuheiri added that "cemetery
opened three weeks ago in the Maes and Hittin in Maysan province",
stating that "the number of mass graves that have opened so far 134
extracted the bodies of their victims and 3180 52 cemetery did not open
The Ministry of human rights, (17 may 2012 last), the
Council of Ministers allocated five billion dinars to buy supplies for
the identification of the victims of mass graves.
Victims ' rights reserved
Foundation said, the families of the victims of all the rights, grants
allocated by the Foundation for martyrs and victims of the former
And the Director-General of the Economic Department in
the martyrs ' Foundation, Aqeel Al-kifai, speaking to the (extent), on
the sidelines of the ceremony, that "all the families of the victims of
the 50 who held today, covered by retirement, where each of them will
spend salaries accrued from the date of arrest", stating that "the
bodies will be buried in a cemetery dedicated in Karbala."
Rejection of the claim for cancellation of accountability and justice
The Commission rejected the martyrs and prisoners in the House claims the "accountability and justice law".
Chairman Mohammed Al-Hindawi, in his way, "the Committee of martyrs in
the name of rejecting on behalf of martyrs and prisoners talk about the
accountability and justice law in order not to repeat the tragedy of
crimes and remnants of the former regime to the forefront again,"
adding: "let them have disappeared in the burrows."
of human rights, was buried in Najaf, (160 km south of Baghdad), on
(March 4th), the well-being of the victims of the former regime, whose
bodies were dug up from mass graves in Anbar (Ramadi City Centre, 110 km
west of Baghdad), and Maysan.
Official participated in the
funeral of the twentieth revolution bridges, and ended at the shrine of
Imam Ali (a.s.), the human rights Minister, Mohammed Al-Sudani, a number
of religious figures and representatives of the authorities and a
number of political figures at the Central and local levels.
Ali's son criticized religious authority Sheikh Bashir Najafi, during
the ceremony, the "random" plundered the open mass graves, "should be
converted to symbols and historic museums, so the whole world knows that
the previous regime was authoritarian, dictatorship until he".
Ministry of human rights, stresses that the former Iraqi regime carried
out arrest campaigns and mass filter hundreds of thousands of Iraqis,
particularly residents of the North and South, during the 1991 uprising,
because the activity was instrumental in the two regions, and after
2003 discovered records and documents on the operations of liquidation
carried out by security and military agencies of the former regime, and
to government agencies and organizations, and some people find the mass
graves contain the remains of victims, mostly civilians, women and
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