Political Since 2017-08-27 at 20:01 (Baghdad time)
Baghdad Mawazine News
The Minister of Higher Education, Abdul Razzaq al-Issa, said on Sunday that he personally asked the Secretary-General of the Islamic Dawa Party, Nuri al-Maliki, to open an investigation within the party to clarify matters and remove suspicions and refute accusations against him on social networking sites.
Al-Issa, in a post on his personal page through Facebook, said today that he asked "personally" from al-Maliki during his meeting with him to "open an investigation within the party to clarify matters and remove suspicions and accusations published" against him in the social networking site Facebook.
"These accusations are not new," he said, stressing his full readiness to face those accusations "with confidence and transparency."
Iraqi Higher Education Minister Abdul Razzaq al-Issa denied his affiliation with the Baath Party, led by Saddam Hussein.
"I had an old picture of me, where I was working as an assistant to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine in Najaf, and I was honored by the members of the Baath Party," he said. Baath Party dissolved ".
"I am in spite of the validity of this picture, but I have never been to the Baath Party dissolved, despite the large number of members of the then hated or love of the party."
The minister stressed that he was "one of the most opposed to the party's repressive policy, especially towards the southern provinces and depriving their students of completing their studies."
In response to the picture, the minister called for "avoiding the policy of punctuation and working to help the country to raise its educational level."
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