[size=36]Al-Kaabi calls for the dismissal of Zafer Al-Ani in the first parliamentary session[/size]
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, the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hassan Al-Kaabi, called on Monday for the dismissal of Deputy Dhafer Al-Ani in the first parliamentary session, against the background of the latter's statements in the Arab Parliament.
He added, "It is known that there is an independent High Commission for Human Rights in Iraq, which is the only authorized body competent in cases of kidnapping and absenteeism, and has confirmed in its official letter sent to the House of Representatives that there is no permanent enforced disappearance in Iraq in the sense that there is no absentee inside the country and all The allegations mentioned have not been substantiated up to now with any evidence. "
He added, "This commission operates inside Iraq in coordination with all state institutions and considers all allegations according to the laws in force and the Iraqi democratic system based on elections."
He continued, "The High Commission has dealt with many of the previous allegations, and it has been found to be invalid, and nothing has been proven. On the contrary, it has been shown that part of those whose relatives claimed to have been kidnapped are fugitives outside Iraq and have been convicted of judicial rulings or who have practiced terrorism so far and within the agenda. ISIS is fighting against the national security forces, which protect the Iraqi citizen from north to south. "
And he added: "Al-Ani must not utter what does not represent the parliament and the Iraqi state, and not make statements according to his personal, inaccurate and void whims and desires, which represent sick, abhorrent and cheap electoral propaganda with cheapness and meanness of hateful sectarian slogans and allegations that patients and sectarian merchants are used to trading in, as well. Most of what he spoke was a lie, clear, clear and unequivocal. "
He pointed out that "the Jurf al-Sakhar region suffered from the Iraqis during many years as it was an incubator for terrorists and a safe haven for al-Qaeda gangs, and then ISIS, and thousands of Iraqis were martyred on the sectarian identity, and the corpses were scattered in all agricultural land cottages there, and for years. From 2003 until 2014, all of this was officially documented by the Iraqi government, and after ISIS it was the starting point for the attempts to bring down the areas of southern, eastern and western Baghdad, but the heroic national security forces deliberately liberated the area and the return of all those who did not prove their affiliation with ISIS.
And he continued, "Knowing that this city and other liberated areas do not have any militias outside the state, according to what Al-Ani said," indicating, "Rather, land-holding forces belonging to the official security forces, and under the command of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, and that the accusation of regular forces An official government that was and still has a major role in defending Iraq and the dignity of its people, describing it as a criminal, as it is false, malicious and unpatriotic talk and contributes to creating sectarian strife among the people, dismantling national unity, perverting the constitutional oath, and an explicit violation of the terms of membership of the House of Representatives.
He concluded by saying: "Therefore, according to what I mentioned above, I officially call on my sisters and brothers, members of the House of Representatives, to vote on the dismissal of Dhafer Al-Ani in the first session of the Council in accordance with the Replacement Law No. 6 of 2006, for his explicit violation of the membership conditions, lack of respect for the constitutional oath, his incitement to sectarian strife and the fact that he does not represent Iraq at present. Ended 6/29 n