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    The Iraqi Parliament receives a proposal for a law replacing custodial sentences with financial sums

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    The Iraqi Parliament receives a proposal for a law replacing custodial sentences with financial sums Empty The Iraqi Parliament receives a proposal for a law replacing custodial sentences with financial sums

    Post by Rocky Fri 12 Apr 2024, 5:13 am

    The Iraqi Parliament receives a proposal for a law replacing custodial sentences with financial sums



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    Shafaq News/ Member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, Raed Al-Maliki, announced on Friday that he had submitted a proposed law replacing custodial sentences with financial sums to the Presidency of the Iraqi Parliament for the purpose of approval.
    Al-Maliki said in a statement, “We obtained the approval of the Presidency of the House of Representatives and the Legal Committee on the above-mentioned law proposal, and it will be included on the Council’s agenda soon.”
    He explained that the proposal includes granting those sentenced to imprisonment for three years (which can be increased to five years) or less, the right to request the replacement of the remainder of their sentence with a sum of money as a fine (we estimated it at ten thousand dinars) for the day.
    Al-Maliki also indicated that the proposal includes minor crimes and requires waiver from those who have a personal right. Those previously covered by the amnesty law and those convicted of drug trafficking, corruption and other crimes are excluded, as they are not entitled to request replacement.
    He added that this proposal addresses the severe overcrowding in prisons, reduces the financial burdens of the state and the families of convicts, and gives them the opportunity to get out and correct their conditions.
    Al-Maliki continued by saying that the proposal does not conflict with the draft amendment to the amnesty law, which is full of ambiguity, and there does not appear to be any seriousness from the political blocs to legislate it, so we presented this proposal in the hope that it will solve part of the problem.
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