[size=36]Al-Kazemi: We have taken important steps to protect the missions, and we will not allow ourselves to be a springboard to threaten our neighbors[/size]
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Al-Kazemi said in a television interview, which was followed by / Mawazine News /, that "from the first moment, we promised the Iraqi people, and the family of the late Hisham al-Hashemi, to pursue the killer and that he would be in the grip of justice, and we revealed all the participants in the operation, but some of them fled outside Iraq, and one of the criminals was arrested."
He added: "The criminal who was arrested is an employee of the Ministry of Interior, but he belongs to outlaw groups, and the judiciary will say his decisive word in the course of this case," stressing, "We promised our people to pursue all the killers, and that is why the killers of the late Ahmed Abdel Samad are today in The grip of justice, and the death squads that assassinated a group of activists are today in the grip of justice, and those who killed some protesters in Baghdad, are also in the grip of justice.”
He pointed out that "there is skepticism in every step we take to achieve justice, but we will certainly continue to hunt down all the criminals who committed crimes against the Iraqi people," noting that "corruption is the main cause of accidents in hospitals, as well as nepotism, and employees who are appointed to sensitive positions." Strongly political parties are also the cause of this problem."
He continued: "What happened in Ibn Al-Khatib Hospital was followed by an investigation, and recommendations related to public safety were issued, but with great regret they were not adhered to in some hospitals, and we directed an investigation into the hospital accident in Nasiriyah, and a government delegation went there, and there will be procedures to hold the negligent and those responsible for it accountable. this event".
He pointed out that "the political system in Iraq needs to be completely reviewed, as well as the constitution, and we need real and correct mechanisms to serve the citizen. The provincial councils were a good step, but the political conflict spoiled the work of these councils," explaining that "corruption and the struggle for influence are what spoiled them." The process of providing services to the citizen, and that is why the parties participating in the elections must think about providing public service first, instead of looking for prestige and political influence.