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News code: 29018
Published Date: Sunday 16 February 2020 - 14:46:54
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Judicial capacities to be applied to prosecute criminals: HR chief

Judicial capacities to be applied to prosecute criminals: HR chief
IRAN  - In a meeting held between the Secretary of the High Council for Human Rights and an Iraqi judicial delegation, legal and criminal tools to prosecute the assassination of Gen. Solaymani were taken into consideration.

Mentioning that doing justice is the ultimate aim of the judicial system, Dr.Bagheri Kani said that since Gen. Solaymani had an outstanding role in fighting against terrorists who threatened the independence and national security of Iraq, we have an infinite right to practice justice and prosecute those who ordered and committed this crime.

"The US is not only a violator of human rights but also human beings are of no position in its arrogance system. That is why Trump, whose policies have already failed in the region, has to travel to Iraq and Afghanistan secretly at night. As the US crime is an obvious violation of the right to life and human dignity, Iran will use all the available domestic and international judicial and human rights capacities in order to convict the US regime", he added.

Also, the director general of human rights and international cooperation to the Iraqi Department of Justice said that the US has committed an act of governmental terrorism and during the next round of Human Rights Council cycle both the Iranian and Iraqi foreign ministries should cooperate vastly so that they would examine different aspects of the mentioned crime in Geneva.

The victory achieved by this martyrdom caused the Iraqi parliament to vote to expel US forces from Iraq although the US is not willing to leave Iraq, our government will take all necessary diplomatic measures in this regard, he added.

The US is trying to escape from the responsibility entailed from this crime under article 51 of the UN charter, but considering the international human rights pacts and other directives we will pursue this war crime and through the international criminal court, we will bring the case to the UN Security Council, the Iraqi delegation said.

 

News Code: 29018
Published Date: Sunday 16 February 2020 - 14:46:54
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