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ISSN: 2638-6062

Peer Reviewed Journal of Forensic & Genetic Sciences

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Transitional Justice in Iraq after 2003

Volume 2 - Issue 5

Mohammed Ihsan*

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    • Department of Defense studies, UK

    *Corresponding author: Mohammed Ihsan, Senior research follow , king’s College London , defense Studies department and President of International University of Erbil, Kurdistan

Received: December 08, 2018;   Published: December 14, 2018

DOI: 10.32474/PRJFGS.2018.02.000149

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Any country emerging from a period of prolonged dictatorship must undertake structural reforms to its justice system and procedures. In Iraq, reforms have taken place around five key thematic axes: Criminal justice; institutional reform; victims’ reparations; truth and memory; and gender justice. The main aims of these measures were to build trust among the population, to strengthen institutions, to provide material compensation for those who suffered under Baathist rule, and to restore dignity and shared values among all peoples of Iraq.

Introduction| Criminal Justice| Institutional Reform| Victims Reparations| Truth and Memory| Gender Justice| Discussion| Recommendations| References|