Parliamentary security reveals scenes of acquittal of the peasantry "and ignoring" Abdul Mahdi for her book
12:59 - 23/07/2019
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The Security and Defense Committee in the House of Representatives revealed on Tuesday the scenes of the announcement of the acquittal of the commander of operations Anbar Mahmoud al-Falahi of the issue of communication with US intelligence, while confirmed that Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] did not respond so far to the book sent to him on developments Investigation.
"The members of the parliamentary security and defense committee were surprised when the prime minister announced during his meeting with the press yesterday evening about the acquittal of al-Falahi from the issue of communicating with the Americans," member of the committee MP Karim Aliawi said in a statement to Al-Maaloumah. "The committee sent him a book on Developments of the investigation and the findings of the Commission, but did not respond to the book so far. "
Aliawi stressed that "the American pressure exerted on Abdul Mahdi and his investigative committee has borne fruit and the Committee and the government have put into these pressures, shedding the blood of our fighters."
Abdul Mahdi said during a televised interview on Monday evening that the farmer's involvement was not proven in the case of phonograms showing his involvement with a CIA agent. He confirmed that the farmer had been transferred by Defense Minister Najah al-Shammari to another undisclosed location.
The investigation committee has yet to announce the results of its investigations with the farmer after several weeks of its formation following the sound recordings.
Since the formation of the investigative committee, parliamentary and political circles have expressed concerns and concerns about "delaying" the case and exonerating the peasantry as a result of the interventions and pressures exerted by the US Embassy in Baghdad.
A member of the Anbar Provincial Council Hilal Karbouli confirmed in a statement to (Maalouma), on Monday the continued detention of farmers in the capital Baghdad for investigation, denying the statements attributed to him on the acquittal of farmers. Ending / 25