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Deputy for Law: Maliki surprised by an interception on a general amnesty after approval


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History of edits:: 08.26.2016 18:45 • 283 visits readable
Maliki: general amnesty law passed the House of Representatives and deals challenged
[Oan- Baghdad] 
president of a coalition of state law , Nuri al - Maliki expressed, his objection to the passage of the amnesty law.
Maliki said in replying to journalists against him questions through the communication with the media about his attitude toward the General Amnesty Law Window "raised surprised pass a general amnesty law different from those approved by the political consensus formula, in particular article concerning retrials, or re - investigation and that the seriousness grave, and the possibility of use in an inappropriate way. " 
he added," the mysterious circumstances surrounding the final hours leading up to the vote on the law, Chi existence deals or problematic was a reason to pass a general amnesty. " 
he pointed Maliki, said he" out of our commitment to do right and the establishment of justice, we call people 's Congress to challenge the law , which would allow impunity for thousands of terrorists and criminals from punishment, and the loss of the rights of the families of martyrs and victims. " 
the House of Representatives had approved at its Thursday 's draft general amnesty law after a dispute for years upon, especially the paragraph relating to accused of terrorism, where the law pointed to the formation of a judicial committee would be responsible for considering the extent of the possibility of re - trial of the accused to Article 4 / terrorism or not, not at the request of the accused himself.
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History of edits:: 08/29/2016 14:37 • 5 visits readable
Deputy for Law: Maliki surprised by an interception on a general amnesty after approval
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revealed deputy of the State of Law coalition, said the coalition bloc voted in favor of a general amnesty law.
He said Hussein al - Maliki told all of Iraq [where], " The State of Law coalition voted unanimously on a general amnesty law with the exception of a number of MPs do not transgress the fingers , " adding that " the head of the state law , the parliamentary Ali al - Adeeb , the voice of the law, as well as MPs call for mass and independent and the Dawa Party / Iraq organization , all voted in favor of the amnesty law. " 
He stressed that" everyone 's voice , but I am deputies others refused to vote with the exception of some paragraphs that concern the citizen either related to terrorism, including the second, eighth and ninth paragraphs did not vote for it. " 
He was MP for the law -oho smelting coalition chairman Nuri al - Maliki - surprised at the objection [Maliki] to the law and his call to challenge it, "I asked al - Maliki Where were you and why did you put Raakm when the voice of the majority of deputies of state law and block a private call , but Anvar them, and now you have begun to object to why he did not object he and others from the beginning, this is my question ?. " 
he pointed out that" the determination of State of law coalition and al - Maliki to challenge the law does not avail him being right Prime Minister exclusively and is now not agreed limit on the appeal. " 
the House of Representatives, has approved in its meeting last Thursday 's draft general amnesty law after a dispute lasted years of it, especially paragraph relating to the accused terrorist, where the law pointed to the formation of a judicial committee would be responsible for considering the extent of the possibility of re - trial of the accused to Article 4 / terrorism or not, not at the request of the accused himself. 
he said the legal expert Tareq Harb, the "general amnesty law has excluded only former regime figures included corruption and terrorism crimes, terrorists Daesh and convicted [politicians] Tareq al - Hashemi, Rafie al - Issawi and Ahmed al - Alwani. " 
he was president of a coalition of state law , Nuri al - Maliki, his objection to the adoption of the amnesty law. 
Maliki said , according to a statement his office last Friday , " raised surprised to pass an amnesty law the year different from those approved by the political consensus formula, in particular article concerning retrials, or re -investigation in order to gravity grave, and the possibility of use in an inappropriate way , "adding that" the mysterious circumstances surrounding the final hours leading up to the vote on the law, Chi existence deals or problematic was a reason to pass a general amnesty. " 
he pointed Maliki, he said he" out of our commitment to do right and the establishment of justice, we call people 's Congress to challenge the law , which would allow impunity for thousands of terrorists and criminals from punishment, and the loss of families of the martyrs and victims ' rights. "
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Smelting Maliki reveals that a coalition of state law, voted unanimously on the amnesty law and surprised by the opposition of his uncle

The news agency Buratha 72  08/29/2016

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MP for the coalition of state law, Hussein al-Maliki, said the Alliance bloc voted in favor of a general amnesty law.

Maliki said, "The State of Law coalition voted unanimously on a general amnesty law with the exception of a number of MPs do not transgress the fingers," adding that "the head of the state law, the parliamentary Ali al-Adeeb, the voice of the law, as well as MPs call for mass and independent and the Dawa Party / organize all of Iraq have voted in favor of the amnesty law ".

He stressed that "everyone's voice, but I and others deputies refused to vote with the exception of some paragraphs that concern the citizen either related to terrorism, including the second, eighth and ninth paragraphs did not vote for them."

He Abu Rihab -oho smelting coalition chairman Nuri al-Maliki was surprised at the objection of [al-Maliki] to the law and his call to challenge it, "I asked al-Maliki Where were you and why did you put Raakm when the majority of deputies of state law, voice and block a private call, but Anvar them, and now you have begun to object to what he did not object and the other from the beginning, this is my question? ".

He pointed out that "the determination of the State of Law coalition and al-Maliki to challenge the law does not avail him of being a right prime minister who is now exclusively did not agree on the curb appeal."

The House of Representatives, has approved in its meeting last Thursday's draft general amnesty law after a dispute for years upon, especially the paragraph relating to the accused terrorist, where the law pointed to the formation of a judicial committee would be responsible for considering the extent of the possibility of re-trial of the accused to Article 4 / terrorism or not, not at the request of the accused himself.

A legal expert Tareq Harb, the "general amnesty law has excluded all former regime figures included corruption and terrorism crimes, and convicted terrorists Daesh [politicians] Tareq al-Hashemi, Rafie al-Issawi and Ahmed al-Alwani."

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2 hours ago, TennesseeCherokee said:

I'm salivating @ the prospect of the Accountability & Justice Law coming very soon..... 

Maliki & his A-hole buddy, Medhat Mahmoud, need to be marched up the gallows steps together. The death and devastation these two have wreaked on Iraq's citizens is astronomical. 

A-FRICKING AMEN TC!!

:bravo::mad::mad::rolleyes:

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Man, I was Googleing Maliki earlier and this guy has a fortune. Rated in the top 10 richest in the world worth over 50 billion dollars, stolen from Iraq. He was also rated one of the most corrupt politicians of all time, amongst other dastardly deeds :facepalm2:This is public information, easily accessible, not hard to find, front page stuff, WTF???

Why the heck is this guy still breathing? I mean the entire world knows this guy is a crook and murderer. 

Take this SOB out, someone PLEASE!!!!!!!!:cowboy2:

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This was a secret ballot an he still got the information that his entire block of the SOL voted unanimously for the law. I'm thinking Maliki got blind sided by the vote an his block endorsing it. This song is probably going over an over in his mind daily, "Bad boys Bad boys, what you gonna do, what you gonna do when they come for you"......

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14 hours ago, Wiljor said:

Man, I was Googleing Maliki earlier and this guy has a fortune. Rated in the top 10 richest in the world worth over 50 billion dollars, stolen from Iraq. He was also rated one of the most corrupt politicians of all time, amongst other dastardly deeds :facepalm2:This is public information, easily accessible, not hard to find, front page stuff, WTF???

Why the heck is this guy still breathing? I mean the entire world knows this guy is a crook and murderer. 

Take this SOB out, someone PLEASE!!!!!!!!:cowboy2:

A-FRICKING AMEN Wiljor!!

:mad::bravo::rolleyes::butt-kicking::cowboy2:

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