[size=36]Parliamentary Bloc: The Iraqi authorities turn a blind eye to the spread of corruption, alcohol and massage clubs in Muharram and Safar[/size]
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The National Approach Bloc issued a statement regarding the spread of what it called "corruption clubs, liquor and massage shops" in the months of Muharram and Safar in the residential neighborhoods of the capital, Baghdad.
The head of the bloc, Ammar Tohme, said in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of it, that "the Iraqi authorities, with their various divisions, still turn a blind eye to the practices of corruption and moral decay that are practiced in liquor stores, corrupt nightclubs and massage parlors that constitute the places for riding vice and immorality and which are widespread in the capital, Baghdad and in Among the neighborhoods who are religiously and morally committed!
He added, "What increases the ugliness of these perverted behaviors that violate the constants of the values of the Iraqi people, the constitution and the laws in force that criminalize them and punish their perpetrators is that they continue during the days of Muharram and Safar - the days of Imam Hussein's revolution, peace be upon him, against corruption in its various forms - and the government deploys part of its security forces to protect the hotbeds of corruption." And this crime, which constitutes a feeding environment for organized crime gangs and networks of prostitution and prostitution, and entangles the Iraqi youth in the quagmire of moral decay and deviation, and what is more surprising is the abandonment of all state authorities from performing their functional and moral duty towards these practices that generate and produce many crimes that threaten public security, and the silence of the political forces and their leaders, which we do not see Often they practice formal rituals in these two months (Muharram and Safar) without taking a position, even with the weakest degree of denial and rejection, as well as adopting positions to close these corrupt and destructive places for the morals of young people.
He continued, "My fear is that this negligence and neglect will continue on the part of all those parties responsible for ending these practices that violate the constitution, the law, and national and religious values, so that the perverts will persist and practice their deviations in the middle of the streets and in broad daylight. authorities to assume their moral and professional responsibilities.