Wednesday, 10 October 2012 20:50 | | |
Baghdad (AIN) –The Human Rights Watch described "The Iraqi judicial system as not transparent," calling to "To stop implementing death sentence in Iraq."
A statement by HRW received by AIN cited "There are real concerns over the adherence of the Iraqi judicial system to the international norms of the fair trail."
"The Iraqi authorities' insistence on conducting this shameful series of death sentences confirms the not transparent nature of the Iraqi justice," the statement added.
"Iraq became among the top countries implementing the death sentences in the region," the statement continued.
"Resorting to death sentence by the State will increase the violence in the society and if Iraq continues its current situation it will be the third country in the world in implementing the death sentences," the statement concluded. /End/
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