[size=36]Al-Kazemi issues a special pardon for juveniles and women, and confirms his own supervision of electoral security[/size]
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, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced, on Thursday, that he will personally supervise electoral security, while noting that he recommended a special amnesty for juveniles and women, with the exception of cases of terrorism, corruption and the exploitation of public money.
Al-Kazemi said during the cabinet session held today, Thursday, "Sistani's position in support of participating in the elections represents a great motivation for the success of the electoral process, and we express gratitude and gratitude for the historic role played by His Eminence in protecting the country."
He stressed, "The government fulfilled the pledge regarding the elections, and we provided all support to the commission, which was hosted several times, and provided all its requirements. I will personally supervise electoral security, and we will not allow any abuse that affects the conduct of the elections and their results."
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He added, "Today we recommended a special amnesty for juveniles and women, with the exception of cases of terrorism, corruption, and the exploitation of public money."
He continued, "We have succeeded in overcoming many crises, including financial, health, economic, and security crises, and attempts to drag Iraq into the axes conflict."
He pointed out, "There are many positives in the government's work, and there are some shortcomings, and our goal was to hold early elections and provide the atmosphere for them, but we also took bold measures to correct the situation and put Iraq on the right line." Ended 29 / h