called on Iraq during an international conference held in Rabat with the participation of 14 countries to hand over detainees and criminals.
A statement by the judicial authority received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of "Head of the Judiciary Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud participated in the workshop and regional ministerial in Morocco to cooperate in the field of international justice under the auspices of the Ministries of Justice and Foreign Affairs of the Americas and the International Institute of Justice and the rule of law, hosted by the city of Rabat with the participation of 14 state.
and he threw Judge Mahmoud word at the conference between them that "the fight against crime requires the diagnosis of cross-border crime, with a statement of Staff constituent."
He pointed out the importance of giving the international media and national radio and television, as well as religious platforms could shed light on these crimes and their devastating effects on public opinion international and national.
"He focused Mahmood on the need to" make judgments on the perpetrators of crimes and hand over detainees to countries prompted to do so and activating the agreements and treaties concerning cross-border crime and to encourage non-signatories to sign.
"This workshop aims to exchange experiences on judicial challenges and areas of cooperation for the application of the law, and to discuss International efforts to help strengthen the central authorities.
The statement noted that "the workshop included discussions on the fight against terrorism and cross-border crime through international cooperation, mutual legal assistance and extradition Elmejrman.anthy
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