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Post by RamblerNash on Sun Jul 28, 2019 2:05 pm

Deputies reveal measures to lift the immunity of more than 30 deputies

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28-07-2019 09:36 AM

Baghdad

The parliamentary legal committee revealed on Sunday efforts to lift the immunity of 30 deputies required to the judiciary on various charges, calling on Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to arrest the ministers wanted for the judiciary because they do not enjoy diplomatic immunity.

"The parliament is continuing to lift the immunity of deputies required for the judiciary as a legal and constitutional procedure and the deputy must defend himself before the judiciary," said deputy chairman of the Legal Committee Mohammad al-Ghazi.

"For ministers who are accused of corruption, those who have been told by the prime minister must be referred to the judiciary before the statement, because they do not enjoy immunity, whether they are former or current, so the legal procedures are easy to be established against them."

He called on the Prime Minister as head of the Anti-Corruption Authority to "proceed with the investigation procedures and refer the wanted parties to the concerned parties as they are considering these matters until proven guilty or not."

He added that "the Supreme Judicial Council earlier in the House of Representatives with the presence of personalities have become members of parliament and previously held executive positions in previous governments have been charged with some charges of corruption, and the House of Representatives to lift immunity from them as well as current deputies, That "the number of more than 30 deputies ranging between charges of libel and defamation and other charges of corruption."

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