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The Kirkuk Provincial Court is the court of the At-Ta'mim Governorate, centered in Kirkuk, Iraq. Its inaugural session was dedicated to having the introduction of its new members then followed by the oath ceremony that was supervised by Judge Thahir Hamza Salman, the Head of Kirkuk Appellate Court. During by the next sessions, sub-committees have been formed as the KPC Committees in order to run and handle its duties. The principle of consensus, which was adopted by the Iraqi National Assembly in forming its committees and in forming the Iraqi Transitional Government, has been adopted by KPC in forming its committees. One of the committees is Article 58 and the Victims of Ethnic Cleansing Policies Committee to follow up the procedures of normalizing the situation in Kirkuk Province according to the new Iraqi Constitution. KPC has emphasized promoting the brotherhood spirits and establishing the principles of equality and common work in order to provide services to citizens of the province impartially, in spite of the conspiracies and intimidations of the terrorists, the unbelievers and agents who are the enemies of our people and who attempt in vain to spoil the democratic change process in building the state of law and civil society, and who try to provoke the sectarianism and to create sedition among diverse communities in Kirkuk province. (via Freebase)