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Al-Kinani: Government report put the government in embarrassment

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Post by rocky on Wed 23 Oct 2019, 6:17 am


Al-Kinani: Government report put the government in embarrassment

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Al-Maalouma / Baghdad ..
MP from the Sadikon bloc Ahmed al-Kanani, said Wednesday that the government report on the events of the demonstrations is incomplete and put them in embarrassment, pointing out that it was the first government to inform the Commission to continue its work and search for new evidence to distance itself from any criticism.
Kanani said in a statement to the information, that "the report announced by the investigative committee on the events of recent demonstrations and the accompanying casualties and injuries of demonstrators and security forces was not fair and inaccurate due to the urgency of the announcement of the results as soon as possible."
"The report faces widespread criticism at the level of public opinion and political blocs and has put the government in embarrassment," he said.
He explained, "The government was the first of them to absorb popular resentment and away from any criticism by informing citizens that the report is preliminary and not final and inform the investigative committee to continue the investigation and search for new evidence." Ends / 25 pm


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