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Amnesty International: This is what we expect from the Iraqi Parliamentary Investigation Commission in the events of Tuzhurmato

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Amnesty International: This is what we expect from the Iraqi Parliamentary Investigation Commission in the events of Tuzhurmato

Post  RamblerNash on Thu Jan 11, 2018 12:20 pm

Amnesty International: This is what we expect from the Iraqi Parliamentary Investigation Commission in the events of Tuzhurmato

She said thousands lost everything they had in minutes ...

11/01/2018 - 16:23 News / Kurdistan



In response to reports that the Iraqi parliament voted to establish a multi-ethnic commission to investigate the events in the town of Tuzkurmatu (65 km south of Kirkuk) after October 16, Amnesty International's Middle East Research Director said " The Commission is a welcome step and will not only be a step towards justice for the victims of violations in the city of Tuzkurmato but also should be a deterrent against violations and abuses that may occur in the future. "

"On 16 October 2017, tens of thousands of civilians were forced to flee their homes following fierce clashes between Iraqi forces supported by the Popular Popular Forces and Peshmerga forces," Lynn Maalouf said in a statement. The militias of the popular crowd and other Iraqi security forces on the Kurdistan city outside the administration of the Kurdistan Region.



"Hundreds of houses and shops in Kurdish neighborhoods in the city have been looted, set ablaze and destroyed, and in a matter of minutes thousands of people have lost their homes, shops and everything they own."

"The Iraqi government must make sure that the commission's investigation is comprehensive, effective and transparent, and that the victims receive full reparations as well, with the results of the commission being public," Maalouf said. To make possible legal follow-ups ".

"The displaced families have been living in fear for months and do not know if they will ever return to their homes, and the authorities must act quickly to hold the perpetrators accountable and ensure the safe return of families to Tuzhurmato," concluded Amnesty International's Middle East Research Director.



Amnesty International was one of the first to conduct an in-depth investigation into the violations that took place in Tuzhurmato on or around 16 October, following the Iraqi forces' takeover of the city.

The United Nations strengthened these efforts by sending two monitoring missions to the city of Tuzkurmato on December 7 and 14, and then issuing a report confirming killings, forced displacement, burning and looting of the property of Kurdish citizens in the city.

The Council of the district of Tuzkhurmatu province of Salah al-Din, voted on Wednesday, to dismiss the district court justice Shallal Abdul (of the Kurdish component) from his post in a session boycotted by the Kurdish bloc consisting of 7 members.

According to the secretary of the Judicial Council Sardar Ahmed (Basneoz) attendance were seven members of the Turkmen and five Arabs voted to dismiss Abdol from office.

Sardar Ahmed explained, saying that some members of the Council of the Arab component attended the session and voted in favor of the decision to sack under the threat of popular militia militias.

http://www.basnews.com/index.php/ar/news/kurdistan/406442
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