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    Amnesty International demands to suspend the execution of death sentences against 28 people, including Al-Hashemi

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    Amnesty International demands to suspend the execution of death sentences against 28 people, including Al-Hashemi Empty Amnesty International demands to suspend the execution of death sentences against 28 people, including Al-Hashemi

    Post by Hkp1 Thu 20 Dec 2012, 7:40 am

    Amnesty International demands to suspend the execution of death sentences against 28 people, including Al-Hashemi





    Editor: CC | AL
    Thursday 20 k 1 2012 09: 28 GMT






















    Alsumaria news/Baghdad


    Amnesty International called on Iraq to
    halt executions against 28 people, including former Vice President Tariq
    al-Hashimi, pointing to Iraq executed during the year 129 people.

    The organization said in its latest report
    issued Wednesday, "briefed" Sumerian, "on Iraq to immediately stop all
    executions as a first step towards abolition of the death penalty in the
    wake of news items about the ratification of a number of other death
    sentences, a sign that" according to one of the Vice-Presidents,
    ratified on 17 December for sentences execution of 28 people accused of
    terrorism-related crimes ".

    It said that "this action was another step
    in judicial proceedings such as the enforcement of sentences, and
    therefore has become imminent execution of defendants," Noting that
    "reports earlier this month that the transfer of 40 governed by death to
    Baghdad's Kadhimiya prison where executions there in the usual".

    The organization also said that "on 16
    December, in absentia to Iraqi Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi, and his
    brother-in-law to death for the fifth time in the context of the highly
    politicized trial in the Central Criminal Court", noting that "the trial
    did not meet international standards in the field of Justice, in
    particular by the use of confessions" extracted under torture suspects. "

    The organization stressed that "Iraq has
    executed at least 129 people in 2012, which is the highest number of
    executions in the country since 2005.

    The United Nations Mission in Iraq,
    (September 1, 2012), concerned the implementation of the death penalty
    in Iraq, calling on the Iraqi Government to stop the implementation of
    those provisions, as demanded by the international charters calling for
    the abolition of the death penalty.

    And the parliamentary human rights
    Commission demanded, (30 August 2012), the Ministry of Justice to wait
    in executions against those who owed them several Iraqi judicial issues,
    until the completion of the adoption of the amnesty law, saying it
    sought to address breaches and violations of positively intended to
    correct certain controls in community.

    The Iraqi Justice Ministry announced, (28
    August 2012), on the implementation of death sentences against 21
    convicted terrorist "issues, including three women, at a time when the
    United Nations counted on the execution of more than 1,200 people in
    Iraq since 2004, but the number of execution remains unknown.

    Iraqi court allows the death penalty in
    some 50 crimes, including terrorism, kidnapping, murder, and other
    crimes are also included such as damage to public property and
    facilities.



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