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Shafaq News / On Sunday, the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi decided to form a higher investigative committee to deal with the issues of “major corruption and exceptional crimes,” at a time when he announced the end of the first phase of fact-finding that accompanied the violations against the demonstrators in October.
Al-Kazemi called on those concerned with the peaceful political process “to prepare and prepare the ground for honest competition in accordance with the legal rules, with early and fair elections.”
“The investigative committee will be granted the powers required to achieve the prestige of the law and restore the rights of the state and the citizen from the corrupt,” Al-Kazemi said in a speech on the occasion of Ashura’s commemoration, which was followed by Shafaq News.
Al-Kazemi declared, “the completion of the first phase of fact-finding that accompanied the violations against the demonstrators in October .”
He stressed, “We will not hesitate to apply the law against aggressors on public and private property,” indicating, “We will face attacks on the security services and medical staff with the strictest legal measures .”
Al-Kazemi added, “We will not allow anyone or any party to drag us into non-state .”
He pointed out that “early elections are our firm commitment to the Iraqi people,” calling on Iraqis to prepare to renew the biometric card, which is necessary to ensure the integrity of the elections .
He explained that “the escaped weapons, crime gangs, assassinations and kidnappings are being dragged into the heart of the country and in the heart of every Iraqi,” adding that “the security forces have moved with all their energies and are conducting extensive investigations that we will announce upon completion.”