Rights: Al-Halbousi’s dismissal is inevitable

Rights: Al-Halbousi’s dismissal is inevitable


Rights - Al-Halbousis dismissal is inevitableInformation / Baghdad..
A member of the Human Rights Movement, Hussein Ali Jassim, confirmed, on Saturday, that the parliamentary efforts had reached their climax in the dismissal of Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, indicating that corruption and the sale of al-Wafa lands in Anbar are sufficient to form new Sunni alliances to remove them.

Jassim said in an interview with Al-Maalouma, “The House of Representatives has a historic opportunity to replace Al-Halbousi now, because his change is closer today than ever before.”

He added, “There is a Sunni intention to change Al-Halbousi, and the change of the Speaker of Parliament will not take place except with the will of the framework forces, and they must respond to the desire of the majority of the Sunni street. More than one Sunni figure has been proposed to assume the presidency of Parliament instead of Al-Halbousi.”

Jassim pointed out that “Al-Halbousi is no longer qualified to run the parliament presidency, and there are Sunni figures who are more worthy of the position of the legislative presidency.”

And independent politician Ibrahim Ali confirmed, earlier today, Saturday, that the Sovereignty Alliance, which includes Khamis al-Khanjar and Muhammad al-Halbousi, lost 11 administrative units in Diyala Governorate.

Ali said in an interview with Al-Maalouma, “The sovereignty is going through a very critical stage, especially with the growing internal disputes and the repeated withdrawals of its deputies, in addition to the lack of clarity of its vision regarding the current challenges in Diyala.”