Deputy: Political agitation prevent the formation of a balanced view of the general amnesty law[/ltr]
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Deputy for the National Alliance, on Thursday, said that "the current political agitation and speeches prevent the formation of a balanced view of the general amnesty law."
Ahmed al-Sheikh told all of Iraq [where] that "the general amnesty law is an important part of justice, and of the most important priorities of the defense of the governed, but it is essential that there be a balanced view of the law to follow through all the files that concern them, because some of them have serial killings exposed and non-exposed. "
And he added that "the current political agitation prevent exit this view because of the protests and sit-ins," pointing out that "the Constitution was clear on the need for zero tolerance with terrorists and thieves of public money."
The MP for the National Alliance Firdaus al-Awadi, on Wednesday warned of political attempts to reward the terrorists across the amnesty law, pointing to "the existence of political forces pushing in this direction."
The House of Representatives failed to pass a general amnesty bill for not agreed upon and the withdrawal of deputies of the National Alliance of the meeting to the presence of notes on it.
Parliament voted only on three articles of the law, the author of 13 articles.
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