Parliamentary objections to the large number of exceptions to "general amnesty" and claims not to the inclusion of "terrorists and corrupt"
Legal Parliamentary Committee has expressed, on Sunday, was surprised by the continuing tension between the political blocs on the amnesty law, despite four years of preparation drafted, and confirmed that it objected to Article IV thereof, which excludes 14 "crime", as called for a coalition of state law not to the inclusion of " terrorists and corrupt "law under any pretext, the Kurdistan Alliance called for the lifting of the many exceptions to the law for a vote, despite the failure to include the territory.
A member of the legal committee of parliamentary, Faiq Sheikh Ali, in an interview to the (long-Presse), it was "odd continuing disputes between the political blocs on the draft of the amnesty law, which passed it four years so far and still hang," noting that "observations of the Committee on The project focuses on the two most important of Article IV of it, which included 14 exception, what converts it from a general amnesty to the particular, and the number will be covered by very little and therefore it does not require mainly issued. "
He said Sheikh Ali, that "the most important of these exceptions are offenses against the external security of the state and the rules of procedure, and crimes of counter-terrorism, and possession, use and trafficking Occlusive arms and explosives, and human trafficking crimes, and crimes of kidnapping and smuggling of detainees and convicted persons, as well as sodomy and incest, drugs, bribery, embezzlement, theft of money crimes State and smuggling of antiquities and counterfeiting of cash and securities, among others. "
Sheikh Ali asked if "those crimes were all excluded from the law, so why originally we export", refusing to "limit the amnesty law a small number of people to get them out of prison."
A coalition of state law: not to include terrorists and corrupt general amnesty
So a coalition of state law and emphasized that student demands that the inclusion of terrorists and corrupt general amnesty under any pretext, but speed up the resolution of matters with the detainees who have not been brought before the judiciary or not to decide their cases.
Said Salah Abdul-Razzaq, said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The mass of State for Parliamentary Law intercepted since the previous government time, and still is the inclusion of a lot of terrorist or corrupt groups general amnesty under any pretext," noting that there is "a lot of detainees pending issues have not been resolved or not display on the judiciary, and even if they were involved there was no evidence on them, so it should speed up the humanitarian release on bail or something like that. "
He said Abdul Razak, that of "proven guilty of terrorist crimes within Article IV of the Anti-Terrorism Act, should be taken against him a fair judicial process," returned to the "unjustified and unacceptable, the release of such persons under the pretext of spending a period in custody."
Kurdistan Alliance: the large number of exceptions to prevent the vote on the bill
Meanwhile, the deputy called for the Kurdistan Alliance to raise the many exceptions to the draft general amnesty law in order to vote on it, with its emphasis on the need not accused of terrorism by the inclusion.
The two banks Mezouari, in an interview to the (long-Presse), said that despite "not covered by the general amnesty of the Kurdistan region, but that the coalition observations on the many exceptions contained in Article IV," adding that "the coalition called for the lifting of those exceptions to be able to vote on project. "
Mezouari He continued, "When we say a general amnesty should mean that the content of the law," saying if there was "accused in prison and reconciled the parties concerned about it, should be released, such as that of the accused and includes a general amnesty."
Kurdish lawmaker stressed the need "not to exclude the accused to Article IV of the Anti-Terrorism Act of punishment, as well as with each of the killing of innocent people of Iraq."
The Iraqi Council of Representatives, ended on Saturday (November 14 of the current 2015), the second reading of the draft general amnesty law, after he had conducted a first reading of the project (the fifth of July 2015).
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