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Legal expert confirms: What happened to the activists is "kidnappings" and not arrest
Baghdad / ... Legal expert Ali al-Tamimi, said Thursday, that the absence of activists over the past few days were kidnappings and not legal arrests.
Al-Tamimi told "Eye of Iraq News," that "there was no kidnapping, this is a non-governmental and the law says that the arrest or arrest only by a decision of the investigating judge in the sense that the body that takes activists and interrogated with them is a non-governmental", noting that " The state should investigate to find out these actors, especially in cooperation with the released activists who were kidnapped to find out who is kidnapped and called the "deep state" and here is a disaster to be a state within the state.
"This is not only a kidnapping, it is a compound kidnapping because that body is not a state, nor is it a gang, since the gangs demand a ransom in return for release," he said.
It is noteworthy that many activists in the demonstrations and in various governorates have been kidnapped during the past period and by unknown armed parties, while some of them who talked about being held by an unknown security agency for interrogation on various charges, most notably receiving support from abroad, while not Official authorities never comment on these incidents. Finished 2
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In the document .. New appointments to independent bodies
Baghdad / Obelisk: The Council of Ministers, according to a document circulated by local media, the appointment of nine personalities in senior positions within the independent bodies .
The appointments, according to the document, which were not verified by the obelisk, were divided between the rank of undersecretary in the Hajj and Umrah Commission, the Secretariat of Baghdad, the Integrity Commission, the Shiite Endowment Bureau, the Endowment Bureau of other religions, the Accountability and Justice Commission, the Central Bank of Iraq, the Investment Commission and the Prisoners' Foundation.