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    Tariq Harb: Turkish parliament's decision violates international law

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    Tariq Harb: Turkish parliament's decision violates international law Empty Tariq Harb: Turkish parliament's decision violates international law

    Post by Rocky Mon 03 Oct 2016, 4:06 am

    [size=30]Tariq Harb: Turkish parliament's decision violates international law[/size]
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    Direction Press / Baghdad
    Legal expert, said that the decision of the Turkish parliament to extend the presence of Turkish troops in northern Iraq in violation of international law.
    Said Tariq Harb said in a statement received "direction Press" a copy of it, "What is issued by the Turkish Parliament last Saturday of the extension of the military forces fighting Turkish in Iraq violates the provisions of international law that the second article of the UN Charter, which is considered as the Constitution, which regulates relations this material is among the countries barred any state intervention in the internal affairs of the other country in any form and the exception set out in the seventh paragraph of this article, which allows intervention is a decision by the UN security Council under chapter VII of the UN Charter. "
    He added that "such a decision has been issued and did not issue any decision by the UN Security Council, whether it is on Chapter VI or Chapter VII allows for any country, including Turkey of interfering in Iraq did not issue such a decision will not be issued in the future, especially since the UN Security Council resolutions, many of on Iraq since 2003 to prevent any state from interfering in the internal affairs of Iraq. "
    He pointed out the war to be "These decisions affirmed the principle of Iraq's independence, sovereignty and non-interference in its affairs and interference in internal affairs and prevent the binding of months principles of international law, where is the intervention was illegal is not based on any legal Msag the fact that the international community is made up of many equal nations to sovereignty the rights and duties and to respect the principle of equality makes it imperative for all States not to interfere in the affairs of other countries as well. "
    "The violation of Turkey's international law may be subject to international responsibility for this serious prejudice to the provisions of international law and the lack of commitment to the principle of equality of States, especially since the Turkish intervention overcome the political and ideological and financial intervention and the use of spies and agents to stage a military intervention to enter the Turkish combat troops into Iraq, whether these forces of infantry or armor, tanks or vehicles, they are prohibited by law. "
    He noted legal expert said that "We must note that the Iraqi government did not agree to the Turkish intervention in any capacity and has given approval for consultants and trainers, not the soldiers and equipment of combat to some countries logistics for technical assistance and not to fight on Iraqi soil as do the Turkish forces."
    "As it is necessary to note that some of the actions that are related to these forces of crimes may be punishable by death likeness crime quest with a foreign country, or communicating with them contained in Article 158 of the Penal Code and the crime of aiding in hostilities contained in Article 159 and the crime of inciting soldiers to engage in a foreign country, the service contained in Article 161 and the crime of damage to Iraq's center-Harbi, political or economic contained in Article 164 and the crime of bribery or accepting money from a foreign country, contained in Article 167 ".
     
    He explained that the war " of these materials and other Iraqi Penal Law No. 111 of 1969 punishes deeds related to state and foreign forces nor the Penal Code stipulates these crimes that the state is thus meets thedefinition of the enemy the legally prescribed so that the penal code punishes such crimes even if they were issued concerned the state is the enemy as long as it is a foreign country. " the sa

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