Candidates winning parliamentary elections intend to prosecute "Al-Halbousi"
21:30 - 16/03/2020
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Winning candidates in the 2018 parliamentary elections are planning to announce that they will gather soon, with the aim of regaining their "rights" that they accuse of their blocs and political parties of stealing, in addition to their move to prosecute Speaker of Parliament Muhammad Al-Halbousi.
Safi al-Shammari (one of the winning candidates) assured that the gathering will be announced from Baghdad and includes a number of winning candidates in the Iraqi parliamentary elections, noting that “the candidates will move extensively on the Iraqi justice system and the competent courts to restore their legal rights that the parties have robbed of the parties Politics, ”he says.
He added that "the winning candidates intend to reveal the names and entities that stood against them and prevented them from obtaining their parliamentary seats for this session, in addition to suing the parliament presidency."
He stated that “The candidates who will participate in the announcement of the gathering are Mahmoud al-Qaisi (instead of Ala Talabani), Zainab al-Hiti (instead of Muhammad al-Karbouli), Nuran Abd al-Amir (instead of Ammar al-Shibli), and Abd al-Rahman al-Kubaisi (instead of Smiling al-Darb), and Najat Al-Tai (instead of Mudar Al-Karawi), and Safi Al-Shammari (instead of Hawazin Al-Shammari). 15 k is over