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Al Noor News/ Baghdad
The head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, expressed his rejection of forcing officials to resign by force, stressing that the prime minister is primarily responsible for protecting them.
Al-Maliki said in a tweet via "Twitter", followed by "Al-Nour News", "A question for all parties... Do the conservatives know that they are linked to the Prime Minister? And don't the directors of the departments know that they are linked to the governors and neither they nor the governors have the right to respond to any request and submit their resignation!! “.
He added, "Doesn't the Prime Minister know that he is the first responsible for the governors and heads of departments, and he has to protect them from encroaching on them? And don't the political forces know that they have no right to coerce officials to resign by force?"
He continued, "In order not to spread administrative chaos, all parties must abide by the legal and administrative contexts, and not accept the resignation of any official except in accordance with the law in force."
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