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Deputy: The Prime Minister, the Minister and the Governor are responsible for the lives of the demon

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Post by rocky on Fri 06 Dec 2019, 6:23 am


Deputy: The Prime Minister, the Minister and the Governor are responsible for the lives of the demonstrators in accordance with the Constitution

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The MP of the Saire Alliance Riad Masoudi, on Friday, that the prime minister and the competent minister and the governor responsible for the lives of demonstrators in accordance with the Constitution, pointing out that the prime minister bears the first responsibility for the lives of the people as commander in chief of the armed forces.
Masoudi said in a statement to the information, that "the Constitution specified who is responsible according to Article 78 of the Constitution, where the Prime Minister held full responsibility for the lives of the demonstrators and then comes the minister and then Hafiz, being the head of the security committee in his province."
He added that "the governor has the responsibility to preserve the lives of his sons according to law 21 of 2008, where he is responsible for killing demonstrators in his province."
He said that "all what happened and what happens and will be borne by the Prime Minister and the Minister and Governor."
He explained that "the separation of powers is clear in the Constitution, as the military commanders sent from Baghdad to the provinces, were ordered by the conservatives, and therefore the resignation of some conservatives, including Adel al-Dukhaili from his post in Dhi Qar cleared the scene of the events." Finished 25 N
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