Baghdad-Iraq-Presse -30 April / Arbil announced in Baghdad, Thursday, for the decision of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi spend amnesty for deserters and absentees from the employees of the military forces in a move that counted observers in response to the demands of the Sunni forces and to mobilize more troops circle battles against al "Daash" .
And decided the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Haider al-Abadi stop legal action against members of the armed forces and internal security forces definitively about the number of crimes.
Ebadi said the press office said in a statement on Thursday, this decision was based on the powers vested in the military assets Ebadi in Criminal Procedure Law No. (30) of 2007 and Article 113 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of the internal security forces.
He pointed out that the resolution provides for: First: to stop legal action against members of the armed forces and internal security forces once and for the following offenses:
1. Escape. 2. absenteeism and absenteeism. 3. Altmard or self-harm to get rid of service. 4. Crimes against the military regime and the affairs of the service. 5. exceeded Service Affairs.
The decision excluded from the exemption the following offenses:
1. own state security crimes. 2. Crimes money or self. 3. against honor crimes. 4. Crimes against money. 5. abuse crimes career influence. 6. beyond the limits of the job.
The government has called to stop the legal proceedings covered under the exemption decision to join their units during a maximum period of 30 days to take advantage of it.
The statement warned, that "otherwise would take legal action against violators."
And yesterday appealed to the head of the Anbar province Krhot Abadi morning to issue a general amnesty for all dropouts from the security forces in the federal and local police in the province for employment with the security forces in Anbar.
Krhot said that the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to issue a general amnesty for all dropouts from the security forces and federal and local police to join in working with the security forces in their war against Daash in Anbar.
He added, "The majority of these have dropped out of work due to military mistakes and lack of equipment in the armament", adding that "the security forces in Anbar need for them to incarcerate them in fighting elements of the terrorist organization".
He stressed that if the Prime Minister acknowledged the amnesty law, most dropouts security forces will join in for a minimum of fifteen days.
For his part, the commander of the Anbar Operations Agency, Major General Mohammed Khalaf, on Wednesday, said Abadi telephoned him and told him the need to enter the fighters of all the sons of the tribes within the security forces in the province.
Khalaf said the aim of the Prime Minister's decision to tip the fighters of the sons of the tribes within the security forces for several reasons, notably to be part of the forces and bear arms is, however, the state does not, however, people.
He added that these fighters of the sons of the tribes have the expertise and high potential in their areas and they have a full note of the areas of weakness and the strength of the spread of the elements of the terrorist organization in the region.
He pointed out that al-Abadi pledged all of arming fighters in Anbar over the next few days, the latest weapons in the possession of the Iraqi state.
The organization "Daash" controls the most important and prominent cities of Anbar since more than a year, including Fallujah and Qaim border between Iraq and Syria, Hit, Rawa and other ways, including near the borders of the capital, Baghdad, Fallujah vine. Ended (1)
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