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    A general amnesty kills the dreams of its supporters as the end of the legislative term of Parliamen

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    A general amnesty kills the dreams of its supporters as the end of the legislative term of Parliamen Empty A general amnesty kills the dreams of its supporters as the end of the legislative term of Parliamen

    Post by Rocky Mon 30 Oct 2023, 5:24 am

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    [size=52]A general amnesty kills the dreams of its supporters as the end of the legislative term of Parliament approaches[/size]
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    Information / Baghdad...
    The features of the general amnesty law that shook the heads of Iraqis became clear after drumming and promotion by some parties supporting this law and seeking to obtain electoral gains through it.
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    However, its risks and the refusal of most parties in the political process to pass it prevented the realization of such a dream, especially since it would provide a service to terrorists and murderers and nullify any value of the Iraqi blood that was spilled at the hands of the terrorists in ISIS and other criminals and murderers.
    Therefore, the approaching end of the legislative term of Parliament next November and the beginning of its new term after the provincial council elections confirms that the law will be forgotten and may be re-promoted with the approach of any new elections.
    Warnings continue from various political circles against approving the general amnesty law, which some parties considered to be a law aimed at trading in the blood of martyrs and releasing murderers and criminals from prisons.

    The representative of the Fatah Alliance, Suhaila Al-Sultani, told Al-Maalouma, “Thousands of women are suffering hardship and pain because of terrorism and its remnants after thousands of martyrs fell as a result of terrorist acts.”
    Al-Sultani added, "In conclusion, it is not possible to stand alongside the killers of the Iraqi people in order to achieve electoral goals."
    She pointed out that "some parties seeking to release criminals and murderers from prisons are trying to obtain the largest number of voters' votes and gain power at the expense of the blood of the martyrs."
    On the other hand, the representative of the coordination framework, Ali Turki, told Al-Maalouma, “The general amnesty law is still just opinions and proposals spoken exclusively by representatives of the Sunni component.”
    He stressed: "There are many reservations regarding terrorists and drug traffickers, and many lawsuits that could affect Iraqi society."
    Turki pointed out that "it was not accepted to discuss these paragraphs within the House of Representatives, in addition to the existence of a political controversy regarding it under the dome of Parliament, and in the end it is unlikely that a consensus will be reached regarding it during the coming period."

    On the other hand, the representative of the State of Law coalition in Rady explained to “Al-Ma’louma” that “it is not acceptable to exploit the law to pardon terrorists and corrupt people who caused the destruction of the country.”
    Rady added, "There are thousands of terrorists and murderers in prisons who have been convicted for committing crimes against the people." 
    The representative of the coordinating framework, Jassem Al-Moussawi, had previously explained that the legislative term of Parliament will end during the month of next November, so that the new term will begin after holding the governorate council elections, which confirms the lack of any step taken towards the aforementioned law, whose file may be reopened with the approach of the elections. Parliamentarianism with the aim of obtaining the greatest electoral gains. Ended 25 n
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