Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri that the parliament will take a number of measures in cooperation with the accountability and justice to address the problems contained in the lists of the confiscation of movable and immovable property and equity of those affected by the practices of the former regime.
A statement issued by the media office of al-Jabouri, received by the "morning", that "the President of the House of Representatives met with members of the accountability and justice, and in the presence of a number of members of the Commission on reconciliation, accountability and justice parliamentary and a number of advisers to Parliament, and during the meeting detailed examination of the names listed in the confiscation lists Money transferred and immovable, which was announced recently by the accountability and justice. "
Al-Jubouri called for "the need to be fair to the terrorist rogue and contributed to the building of constitutional institutions or those whose hands were not stained with the blood of Iraqis or those who did not raise the expense of public money.
He also called for a careful review of the lists and to take into account all the comments raised By many of the executive, legislative and popular. "
He explained that "the parliament will take a number of measures in cooperation with the accountability and justice to address these problems and equity of those affected by the practices of the former regime to be laws and decisions fair, fair and humanitarian for all segments of Iraqi society."
Jabouri pointed out that "the previous arrest procedures were 49700 people, while the lists of confiscation of the last included 4354 people only, allowing the thousands of those who booked their money in accordance with previous resolutions and laws to act freely."
As for the crime that affected one of the Christian families, Jabouri said that "what was exposed to Iraq in all its components, especially Christians, is part of the attempts to stir up divisions and nuns among the members of society, which aims to empty the country of its energies and its original components," noting that "targeting Christians is targeting Direct to national unity "."The recent crime against one of the Christian families is no less dangerous than previous attempts, even if they were motivated by theft or other motives," the speaker said, calling on the security services throughout Iraq to shoulder their responsibilities to protect all citizens.