[size=36]Lawsuits against Al-Halbousi forfeit the right to run for any new position. A winning candidate reveals their content[/size]
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, the winning candidate in the elections, Basem Khashan, revealed, on Wednesday, the existence of lawsuits filed against the dissolved parliament speaker, Muhammad al-Halbousi, in the Karkh investigation court, losing his right to compete for any new position.
Khashan said in a televised statement, followed by "Mawazine News", that "the dissolved parliament speaker, Muhammad al-Halbousi, is supposed to be out of competition for the presidency of the new parliament, due to the presence of legal irregularities in the performance of his work," adding that "al-Halbousi violated the constitution, perjured the oath and committed financial irregularities." This is fixed and he may not run for any administrative position, or even the presidency of the next parliament or beyond.
He explained, "The violations and financial and constitutional crimes committed by Al-Halbousi have been definitively proven, and there is accurate and significant evidence that, before being judged, leads to Al-Halbousi losing the basic condition related to good conduct and behavior."
Khashan confirmed that "most of the cases against Al-Halbousi are in the Karkh Investigation Court, which is specialized in integrity issues, and there are also civil cases that included evidence of his violations," revealing that "he possesses material evidence, some of which are from within the parliament, proving the existence of grave violations committed by Al-Halbousi." Ended 29/A 4