After the judiciary opened an investigation into the audio leaks, Al-Maliki may face execution or life

After the judiciary opened an investigation into the audio leaks, Al-Maliki may face execution or life

Posted, 2022-07-20 09:25

After the judiciary opened an investigation into the audio leaks Al-Maliki may face execution or life Shafaq News/ The Iraqi legal expert, Amir Al-Daami, revealed Tuesday, the penalties that could face former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, if the Iraqi judiciary proves the authenticity of the leaked audio recordings.

Al-Daami told Shafaq News Agency, “The Iraqi judiciary had previously taken the audio recordings without judicial approval, and therefore issued judicial decisions with these recordings,” explaining that “there are jurisprudential opinions in this matter, the first is a violation of the privacy of the individual, and the second opinion says that as long as there is an interest In general, the interest of the individual takes precedence over the public interest.

And he stated that “the leaked audio recordings are a violation of Iraqi national security, and a serious violation, and for this the Iraqi judiciary must prove whether the audio recordings are true or incorrect, and it is not possible to verify their authenticity or not except through the judiciary.”

He added, “In the event that the Iraqi judiciary proves that the audio recordings are incorrect, then the leader of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, can file a lawsuit to publish these audio recordings and legal measures will be taken against him, and if the audio recordings are confirmed, there are legal measures that will be taken against the owner Register”.

And the legal expert added, “If the recording is proven correct according to the judicial investigation, the penalties that will face those who threatened to kill, incitement to civil war, and incitement to attack a holy city, according to the anti-terror law, and the penalty is up to death or life, considering what was stated in the The recording is a threat to Iraqi national security and stirs up sectarian strife according to Anti-Terrorism Law No. 13 of 2005.

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