Maysan calls for the adoption of the amnesty law
Tomorrow Press / Maysan: Student Council Maysan province, Saturday, Parliament and the Council of Ministers the need to approve the amnesty law the right of prisoners and detainees, stressing that many of the prisoners and detainees whose cases have not been resolved so far, adding that human rights are at risk because of the gangs of satisfaction.
The Chairman of the Commission on Human Rights of the Council of Maysan province, a paper-Nouri for "tomorrow Press", "officially call on the Council of Ministers and Parliament approval of the amnesty law the right of prisoners and detainees as soon as, because most of the prisoners and the detainees did not complete their legal cases so far, what requires us to We demand their rights according to the law. "
She added that "the last meeting with Human Rights Minister Mohammed al-Bayati stressed it to raise this claim to the Parliament and vote on the law," adding that "we will continue to insist and pressure on the government to approve the amnesty law, because tolerated an offense against the large numbers of innocent people."
Nouri noted that "the concept of human rights did not reach its true meaning, because of the laws that the state did not properly sponsored, and we need more of the concepts that make the Iraqi individual shall enjoy all the rights and exercised like the rest of the peoples of the world."
She said "violations against citizens now of killing and displacement and the representation of corpses by atonement gangs, represents a turning point threat looms large setback for human rights," indicating that "the crimes committed against innocent Iraqis in all provinces should be prohibited by the international community and make it in the introduction to the list human rights, "emphasizing the need to" consider all the Salafist currents and expiatory terrorist organizations internationally and deprives deal with it. "
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