Parliamentary calls to follow up the dismissed Al-Kazemi officials, for fear of their escape

Parliamentary calls to follow up the dismissed Al-Kazemi officials, for fear of their escape

11-17-2022

Parliamentary calls to follow up the dismissed Al-Kazemi officials for fear of their escapeInformation / Baghdad ..
The representative of the Al-Fatah Alliance, Muhammad Al-Baldawi, called, on Thursday, for the need to follow up on all officials close to the former Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi who were dismissed in order not to flee outside Iraq.
Al-Baldawi said, in a statement to Al-Maalouma, that “those close to former Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, who took advantage of their positions to cause damage to state funds, must not be silenced or unleashed on them so that they do not flee abroad.”
He added, “The process of changing or isolating these people was certainly not easy, but the removal and replacement of personalities who still hold sensitive positions must be quick and remain under the watch of the state.”
Al-Baldawi pointed out, “The need to follow up on all officials who were dismissed from those close to Al-Kazemi, especially those suspected of involvement in corruption cases and abuse of office, and not to neglect them so that they do not flee abroad.”
Independent MP Basem Khashan considered, in a previous statement, the accusations of the involvement of the Director of the Office of the Undersecretary of Intelligence and Federal Investigations, Ahmed Abu Ragheef, in oil smuggling operations as a “very dangerous precedent,” while he did not rule out the latter’s involvement in those operations.

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