BAGHDAD of Shaima Abdul Wahid
The Iraqi government has stressed the need to respect the Asaglalah Iraqi judiciary and non-interference by its decisions, and criticized calls for Human Rights Watch, the Government of Iraq to interfere with the work of the judiciary.
The Prime Minister said Haider al-Abadi’s office said in a statement, “toss” the network has received a copy of it, that “the Iraqi government confirms its support for the independence of the judiciary and non-interference by its decisions and working hard on the rule of law, justice and equality among all the sons of the Iraqi people.”
And the statement that “a moratorium on executions is not the constitutional powers of the prime minister.”
He Abadi office for “surprise at the report, Human Rights Watch, which calls for the executive branch to interfere with the duties of acting and the judiciary, which the government is keen to separate her from the rest of the authorities in accordance with the Iraqi constitution.”
It is noteworthy that the organization Human Rights Watch, the International Human Rights Committee called, yesterday, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to stop “the provisions of the politicized judiciary issued based on confessions extracted by torture.”
The organization said that “the Abadi ordering a moratorium on the death penalty against a political opponents of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and an aide to another discount him, were sentenced to execution after trials of defendants alleging that they were tortured and denied contact with lawyers during interrogation, which highlights the need Iraq’s urgent to judicial reform.