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Parliamentary Inquiry: Members of the Commission stand behind the fire of stores

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Post by rocky Mon Jun 11, 2018 3:30 am


Parliamentary Inquiry: Members of the Commission stand behind the fire of stores

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Information / Baghdad ..
A member of the commission of inquiry charged with investigating the election results, Adel al-Nouri, accused members of the Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) of being behind the "fabricated" fire that hit a UNHCR warehouse.
"The fire was fabricated and it was done by members of the Commission whose work has been frozen," Nuri said in a statement published by the newspaper Al-Arabi Al-Jadid. "The criminals and forgers burned the traces of their crime. Unrealistic and fake, so they burned the boxes. "
Nuri added that "this crime is not a transient crime, but a scandal and must be pursued," and called on the Prime Minister and the judiciary to "deal with the issue as a sovereign file and a threat to national security and the political process in Iraq as a whole.
The parliamentary legal committee was likely on Sunday to go to the elimination of the electoral process throughout the country in the event of another fire after the fire of UNHCR stores in the district of Kilani in central Baghdad. Ending / 25

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