Brule: UNAMI: a military solution to a minor in the face of violence and should be subject to the Iraqi security sector governance and accountability
8/6/2014 Long-Presse / Baghdad
Promised the United Nations Mission to help Iraq (UNAMI), on Sunday, that the short-term treatment that focuses on military interventions tactical "will not be able to cope with the violence around comprehensive without focusing on social inclusion,
and revealed initiate the Iraqi government to prepare a new strategy for national security to support UN , subject to security sector governance and accountability by democratic civil authorities,
as an opportunity to implement its international commitments, while the promised Iraqi Interior Ministry the new strategy a chance to review and upgrade the security services.
This came during a national symposium for security sector reform and governance in Iraq, organized by the United Nations Development Programme in partnership with the National Security Agency, Iraqi, and opened today at the center of the two rivers for Strategic Studies in Baghdad,
in the presence of high-ranking officials of the Iraqi government and the United Nations, according to a statement by the Information Office UNAMI, received a (long-Presse) a copy of it.
According to the statement, that "symposium focuses on providing lessons devised by the United Nations in supporting security sector reform, and discuss how they can be for the future national security dialogue in Iraq to benefit from the international experience."
The Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Nikolay Mladenov, in his opening speech, according to the statement, said that "Iraq faces security challenges should be dealt with by about a comprehensive,"
adding that the "challenges exacerbated regional tensions, terrorism, internal displacement of the population and the ongoing violence."
He Mladenov, that "the methods of treatment, short-term venture to focus too much on military interventions tactical which is unlikely to produce results sustainable without a focus on social inclusion,"
noting that "the Iraqi government began last February, with support from the United Nations Development Programme, process aimed at preparing a new strategy for national security. "
President promised UNAMI, that this "strategy is an opportunity that have an impact on the governance of the security sector in Iraq and ensure that the management and supervision of institutions accountable from the presence of the authorities of democratic civilian,"
stressing "the need to consider those strategic opportunity for Iraq because the tracks of its obligations under international instruments such as the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the Convention against Torture and other cruel, inhuman or cruel, inhuman or degrading Add to Security Council resolutions on terrorism, human rights and security sector reform. "
The statement quoted the senior agent of the Ministry of the Interior, Adnan al-Asadi, said speaking on behalf of the prime minister, Nuri al-Maliki, said that "the security forces in Iraq serves as the basis of the protection of people's rights," noting that "the modus operandi of those forces should include the observance of human rights standards International ".
Asadi promised, that "the new national security strategy, which is currently placed, is an opportunity to review and improve the provision of security services."
He cited the Information Office of the United Nations Mission to help Iraq, "The National Symposium for security sector reform and governance, organized at the request of National Security Advisor of Iraq,"
noting that it "brought together renowned experts from the Joint Task Force between the agencies involved in security sector reform of the United Nations, as well as high-level officials from a number of relevant Iraqi institutions. "
The office said that "the symposium is in line with the United Nations' commitment to continue to support the efforts of the Iraqi government to establish security sector is characterized by effective, inclusive and accountable."
It is noteworthy that the High Commissioner for Human Rights of the United Nations, expressed in, (the 13 of May 2014), "lack of conviction" the situation of human rights in Iraq, and called on the Iraqi government to "reduce the number of civilian casualties in Anbar" when trying to kill the insurgents.
The organization Human Rights Watch has demanded, in (the thirtieth of October 2013 the past), U.S. President Barack Obama "by clicking on the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to pass legislation to abolish anti-terrorism law," and showed that in law materials "rubber mysterious exploited by government authorities to punish its political opponents on the basis of sectarian and tribal
"and, while I went back to rely on torture and executions after unfair provisions that" makes it even worse, "stressed the need not to provide security assistance to the owners in the event of continuing" violations "of human rights.
Launched Amnesty International, in (the 11 of March 2013), an attack on the current regime in Iraq, and stressed that "cases of torture in prisons are still continuing despite the passage of ten years after the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime," called upon the Iraqi authorities to "put an end to this vicious and egregious violations of the moratorium on executions as a first step on the road to the abolition of the death penalty. "
Brule: Per second article: CAN YOU SAY OMG...THIS IS THE NEW LAW OF NATO TRAINING THE IRAQI TROOPS...THIS IS HUGE NEW RIGHT HERE..
THEY ARE SAYING THAT YOU HAVE TO INCLUDE THE SUNNI'S AND WORK WITH ALL IN IRAQ INSTEAD OF MALIKI RUNNING HIS TROOPS ALL AROUND THE COUNTRY AND WREAKING HAVOC WITH NO SPECIFIC BATTLE PLANS..
THEY KNOW FROM THE SPEECH THAT NUJAFI GAVE IN THE US A COUPLE MONTHS AGO THAT IF YOU INCLUDE THE SUNNI'S WHICH IS ALSO THE AWAKENING TRIBAL FORCES AND ARM THEM YOU CAN RID MUCH OF DAASH OUT OF ANBAR PROVINCE..
NOW THEY WILL STRATEGICALLY ASSIGN EACH IRAQI BATTALION TO A SPECIFIC AREA AND THEY WILL BE STATIONED THERE INSTEAD OF MALIKI RUNNING THEM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY AND ACCOMPLISHING NOTHING
WHICH REALLY IS HIS POINT IN ALL OF THIS WITH IRAN AND THAT IS TO CREATE TOTAL CAOS
AND NOW WITH HIM LEAVING AND THE NEW GOVERNMENT GETTING READY TO COME IN THEY WANT ALL SECTORS WORKING LIKE THEY SHOULD..
WE HOPEFULLY SHOULD START SEEING SOME NAMES OF DEFENSE MINISTER, SECURITY , INTERIOR AND NATIONAL SECURITY MINISTERS..
THEY ALREADY PASSED A LAW THAT HAD TO DO WITH THE POWERS OF THE INTERIOR MINSTERS WHICH WILL BE YOUR LOCAL POLICE AND BORDER GUARDS..
LETS HOPE THEY GET THIS TOGETHER AND CUT OFF THE BORDER TO SYRIA AND IRAN SO WHEN THEY MAKE THEIR PUSH FOR DAASH THEY DONT GET OUT OF IRAQ UNLESS ITS ON A STRETCHER..
OH AND I LOVE THIS RIGHT HERE...
said that "the security forces in Iraq serves as the basis of the protection of people's rights," noting that "the modus operandi of those forces should include the observance of human rights standards International ".
THAT MEANS NO MORE INDISCRIMINATE BOMBINGS OR INNOCENT CIVILIANS OR YOU WILL FACE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL VIOLATIONS...
- Country Gal
Tlar This will go both ways meaning it is forward looking but it is also backward looking historically.
This is the beginning of the death sentence for Maliki internationally.
He can't stay in Iraq or he will be prosecuted. He can't just leave and go anywhere he wants because the countries that he would not mind living in are the very same countries that have signed the protocol to turn over internationally charged criminals.
He must go in seclusion to a country that will safe harbor and protect him and that has not signed the international protocol requiring a country to turn over a criminal charged with genocide or international crimes.