- PUBLISHED ON JANUARY 29, 2020
Today, Tuesday, Al-Fateh, a member of the Al-Fateh coalition, accused the Kurdistan Regional Government of harboring and recruiting electronic armies, offending the popular crowd and security services, and working to topple the political process.
Hanin Qaddo said, "The Kurdistan region, specifically the governorate of Arbil, has become a refuge for many criminals, prosecutions by the judiciary, and conspirators of the political process and security services." Qadoo added, "Those criminals and the pursuers were recruited to attack the government, the armed forces, and the popular crowd, to topple the political process and strike the stability of the country," noting that "those personalities are known to us, among them the so-called Muzahim al-Hawit." The MP from the Al-Fateh Alliance in Parliament explained that “these figures are tools that Kurdistan uses to offend the Iraqi government, the popular crowd, and the rest of the security services, with the aim of stirring up strife among the Iraqi people.” The former deputy, Bahaa Jamal Al-Din, had previously called on the Kurdish politicians to express their position explicitly about harboring the region for what he described as "terrorists and Baathists", as he called on other political blocs not to remain silent on the region's actions.
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