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Newspaper: More than 45 deputies traveled to different countries with tickets without return

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Monday 2 July



Alsumaria News / Baghdad
A newspaper in the Gulf, that more than 45 deputies traveled to various countries with tickets without return, attributed the reason to fear some of them to pursue files of corruption after the lifting of immunity from them.

"A number of parliamentarians have pre-empted the parliament's declaration officially ending its life and have left the country," the official Al-Arabi newspaper quoted an official source as saying, citing the reason for "fear of corruption files that may pursue them after the lifting of their immunity."


The source, who asked not to be named, said that "last week saw the travel of about 45 deputies from different blocs, and paid only tickets without return," noting that "the deputies traveled to different countries, including Iran, Turkey, Egypt and other countries, Preceded by their families. "

"There is no prohibition against any traveling MPs," he said.

On June 30, 2018, a well-informed source uncovered leaks of the arrest warrants issued against the deputies soon.

A number of lawmakers are facing lawsuits in the courts on various charges, most notably "defamation and defamation".


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A judicial move to issue arrest warrants against former deputies and directors in three ministries


July 2, 2018

Baghdad - Razak al-Yasiri

As soon as the bells rang for the first minute of the month of July, so the judicial authorities rushed to move the arrest warrants and previous new against former deputies and directors general in the government ministries coincide with the end of the constitutional life of the House of Representatives in its third session.

The House of Representatives ended its third Saturday after the failure of attempts by deputies and deputies to extend the legislative age until the Federal Court approved the results of the elections of the House of Representatives, which took place on 12 May 2018.

A member of the legal committee in the House of Representatives, former Sadiq al-Laban said in an interview with «Journal News», that "legal immunity lifted all members of the House of Representatives and became deputies are liable to judicial accountability."

"All judicial decisions to be issued against deputies, public directors and possibly other officials of the state must be based on impartiality and independence in decision-making. Personal conflicts and party caucuses should not interfere with the judiciary's decision to achieve certain benefits or bring down opponents," he said. To focus well on the content of the proceedings against government officials and members of the former parliament. "

On the nature of the proceedings against members of the former House of Representatives, the observer for political affairs Abbas al-Ardawi, that "the lawsuits varied between those related to the waste of public funds and administrative corruption, while other cases related to terrorist crimes," pointing out that "the deputies of the previous parliamentary session, Before entering the dome of the House of Representatives, but immunity denied the arrival of the judiciary, "stressing that" the end of the life of the Constitutional Parliament will give the judiciary the right to question anyone who had legal immunity. "

"There is information indicating that most of the former members of the House of Representatives, who realized that the judicial warrants will be issued against them after the end of their legal immunity to travel outside Iraq to escape the court orders against them," adding that "the judiciary authorities can not Prevent them from traveling until after a verdict has been handed down. "

And the arrest warrants issued against the directors-general of the ministries of state revealed Al-Ardawi, that "there are many directors-general in the various ministries of state accused of committing different issues," explaining that "the parliament was covering those accused of the party and political relationship between them, and with the end of the session of the House of Representatives will be implemented Eliminate the orders against the managers accused ".

He pointed out that "there is information indicating that the judiciary will issue orders against managers who have committed irregularities in three ministries, namely defense, trade and agriculture, in addition to other ministries."

The legal expert Ali al-Tamimi said that "the former deputies have become ordinary citizens and can be arrested and prosecuted in accordance with the Iraqi law," adding that "the third session of the parliament ended at 12 o'clock on the morning of the first day of July, the deputies became ordinary citizens and Lifting their immunity. "

He pointed out that the constitution allows the executive authorities to arrest MPs after the end of their parliamentary session and lifting immunity, which facilitates the process of arrest and handed over to the judiciary to hold them accountable for the violations they committed.


http://www.aljournal.com/تحرك-قضائي-لاصدار-أوامر-قبض-بحق-نواب/

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