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The Iraqi government begins its moves to remove the phantom military headquarters attributed to the

Post by rocky on Mon 16 Apr 2018, 1:46 am

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The Iraqi government begins its moves to remove the phantom military headquarters attributed to the popular crowd
The federal government is moving to remove fake headquarters that attribute itself to the popular crowd in the capital Baghdad and the provinces are used for political and electoral purposes. 
In March, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi issued an order to adjust the situation of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, which included granting the members of the Popular Struggle Authority financial benefits similar to their counterparts in the Ministry of Defense, after escalating reactions rejecting the size of allocations of popular mobilization within the federal budget voted by the Iraqi parliament, Trillions dinars, calling them "unfair to the sacrifices of the crowd." 
On March 7, 2018, Faleh al-Fayyad, the head of the Popular Gathering Organization, stressed the need to work with the security services to remove all the offices of the armed parties according to the law, stressing that the headquarters of the crowd should be kept only in the governorates without the other offices.
"The government agencies have taken strict measures against the headquarters of the Popular Propaganda Authority, which coincided with other security measures for the crowd and law enforcement operations in the areas of the Middle Euphrates," said security expert Amir al-Saadi. 
He added that "after the announcement of some of the leaders of the crowd participating in the elections increased the procedures for the headquarters to avoid using them outside the framework of the popular mobilization law," and urged not to allow these headquarters work outside the government because it is among the institutions of the Iraqi state and use corruption in public money. 
Al-Saadi said that "some of these headquarters were moved before the elections because they constitute a bad reputation, while others were moved at the present time so as not to be exploited by the factions that are not part of the popular crowd."
In Baghdad and the provinces, heavily armed barracks are guarded and guarded by people carrying arms and wearing military uniforms with different names. 
The military and intelligence sources reveal the status of Prime Minister Haider Abadi plan to restore heavy weapons in the popular crowd factions and reduce the number by half. " 
The sources said, according to Reuters, that "the Iraqi army is currently counting the weapons of the popular crowd, such as armored vehicles and tanks handed over by the government to the factions to fight dashing." 
"The next step is for Abbadi to order commanders of the army and police to hand over these heavy weapons under the pretext of its reform," she said. 
Two military sources said that "the Ministry of Defense will then exclude the fighters who are over the age required and also physically unfit."
"The plan will be carried out with great care and precision to prevent any negative reaction from the leaders of the popular crowd," said a colonel's army officer who briefed him on the plan. 
"Abadi is under enormous pressure from the West and the regional allies to dissolve the popular mobilization forces after he has become an advocate," parliamentarians close to Abadi told Reuters.
The popular rally is against the backdrop of the fatwa issued by the religious authority Sayyed Ali al-Sistani after the invasion of the terrorist organization of Ninewa province on June 10, 2014, and participated in most of the battles to regain the territory seized by the terrorist organization in Salah al-Din and Nineveh and some areas of Kirkuk, Rock north of Babylon. 
The Iraqi parliament voted on November 26, 2016, to pass the law on the popular assembly after a heated debate among political circles.


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