[size=36]Inspector General Planning denies the news of leaving work and leaving Baghdad[/size]
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Inspector-General of the Ministry of Planning, Maher Hussein al-Bayati, Sunday, continued his work and did not leave Baghdad, pointing out that there is no arrest warrant and no decision to prevent him from traveling.
Al-Bayati said in a statement received by Mawazine News that he was still carrying out his duties and that he had not left Baghdad in the past few days and that nothing had been claimed by one of the journalists. "There is no case, Arrest and no decision to prevent travel. "
Al-Bayati added that "his legal right to sue the media (who mentioned the information), and expressed his deep regret that the media slipped his reputation in the Iraqi scene, to this level in the circulation of false information and malicious to inappropriate professional media free and free channel, That "the professional was requiring the media to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the information received, before getting involved in publication, which will negatively affect the reputation of the program and provided in one."
He called on all media to "investigate the accuracy of any information published, in order to maintain professionalism and guarantee the rights of people."