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Sadrists mobilize the Babylonian street against "Abadi": We will not remain silent

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Sadrists mobilize the Babylonian street against "Abadi": We will not remain silent

Post by rocky on Fri 09 Nov 2018, 1:59 am

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Shafaq News / MP for the province of Babylon in the coalition, "Saron" Mohammed Reza, the sons of the province to protest against the choice of the governor, which was approved yesterday by the President of the Republic. 
He called on the alliance, "Saron" and a number of members of the provincial council to open an urgent investigation in the mechanism of electing the governor, as they have information confirming the sale and purchase of the receivables and positions for the purposes of "purely partisan." 
The sources said a political deal to sell the post of governor of Babylon to Karar Abadi, the son of the sister of the former deputy Ali Alaak, noting that a large contractor managed the deal for $ 5 million in exchange for a contractor to rehabilitate the sewerage network to compensate the amount of the deal. According to a London life report.
"We will not be silent on the subject of choosing the governor of Babylon, even if the parliament failed today to form a committee to do so, and we call on the people of the province to continue their demonstrations and the security forces to protect them, according to the constitution, We will submit an appeal to the judiciary on the legitimacy of the election of Abbadi. "



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