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    Judge Zidane: Confronting drugs requires a comprehensive national strategy

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    Post by Rocky Sat 09 Dec 2023, 4:50 am

    Judge Zidane: Confronting drugs requires a comprehensive national strategy
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    Baghdad Today - Baghdad

    The head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faiq Zaidan, confirmed today, Saturday (December 9, 2023), that confronting the drug phenomenon requires developing a comprehensive national strategy centered on establishing an integrated work system between the judiciary and the security services.
    Zidane said, during his speech at the annual conference organized by the General Directorate of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances Affairs, and followed by “Baghdad Today,” that “until recently, drugs did not constitute a social, health, cultural, or legal dilemma in our country, and Iraq was far from the special census lists.” of drugs and their trade, but the negative aspects that accompanied or resulted from the development of society and the state of change and openness resulted in cases whose results resulted in the spread of the drug phenomenon in a dangerous way that threatens security and societal peace.”
    The President of the Council added, "Drug crimes are among the social crimes that stand in the way of progress and human and economic development of society. They are an international crime that crosses borders, which has led the international community for a long time to intensify efforts and cooperation between countries to combat them and limit their spread."
    He continued, "Drug crimes at the national level have begun to increase dangerously and have constituted a threat and challenge to the relevant security services. If drug trafficking and drug use are very serious crimes, crimes accompanying it or as a result of its consequences have begun to appear clearly. The crime of enticing juveniles to use drugs is one of the crimes." The most dangerous social problems because of their direct impact on the social and economic structure of society and the individual, and because of the severe harm they cause to those who use or trade in them, and these effects are reflected in the family of the user and the society that surrounds him.”
    Judge Zaidan stressed that “confronting this dangerous phenomenon requires developing a comprehensive national strategy whose focus is the establishment of an integrated work system between the judiciary and the security services concerned with combating drugs, which begins with filling the gaps created by the scientific judicial application of the Anti-Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances Law No. 50 of 2017, which are exploited by major traffickers.” Those who finance the drug trade enjoy impunity, make appropriate legislative amendments to this law, and put in place the necessary measures to limit the spread of drug abuse through the duality of (deterrence and treatment), while creating therapeutic health institutions managed and supervised by specialists, while giving social activities, religious institutions, and organizations a role in prevention. treatment and rehabilitation.”
    For his part, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani delivered his speech at the conference in which he praised “the judicial efforts being made to combat this crime,” recalling “the martyr judge Ahmed Khasaf, who rose while performing his sacred duty in combating this crime in Maysan Governorate.”
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