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    Al-Kazemi vows to take revenge on the killers of Judge Ahmed Faisal

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    Post by Rocky Thu 10 Feb 2022, 5:35 am

    Al-Kazemi vows to take revenge on the killers of Judge Ahmed Faisal

    [size=45]Yesterday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi vowed to prosecute the killers of the investigative judge specialized in drug cases in Maysan Governorate, Ahmed Faisal, and to impose the most severe penalties on them.[/size]
    [size=45]"We commend the courage of the martyr judge, his response to organized crime, and his great role in pursuing drug gangs inside the province," Al-Kazemi said during his visit to the family of the victim judge in the city of Al-Amarah, the center of Maysan province.[/size]
    [size=45]He stressed that "the blood of the heroic martyr will not be in vain, and the threads of the heinous crime are now being pursued by the security services, and his sovereignty pledged to reach the perpetrators and inflict the most severe punishment on them." Al-Kazemi directed the concerned authorities to “provide protection for the family of the martyr judge, follow up on their needs, fulfill all their pension rights and meet all their requirements.”[/size]
    [size=45]The Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, arrived in Maysan province, yesterday morning, Wednesday, accompanied by the Ministers of Defense and Interior, and a number of leaders of the security services, and held a security meeting with leaders in the province.[/size]
    [size=45]Judge Ahmed Faisal Al-Saadi was brutally assassinated last Saturday, after he received 15 bullets from unidentified gunmen in Al-Moallem neighborhood in front of the notary public building in the center of Al-Amarah city, according to what a security source told Shafaq News Agency. Subsequently, Al-Kazemi ordered the formation of the Maysan Operations Command, to assume command and control of all security services in the province, and assigned Major General Muhammad Al-Zubaidi the tasks of the operations command there. The Prime Minister stressed the need to take quick measures to address the security repercussions in Maysan Governorate.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Kazemi said in a speech during his meeting with the leaders of the security services in Maysan, which was followed by (Al-Mada), "We are going through very complex political circumstances, this stage is critical and important, and no one is allowed to exploit these conditions to spread chaos," noting that "all forces without exception must security, political, and social, move quickly and assume its responsibilities.”[/size]
    [size=45]He added, "Chaos is merciless to anyone, and everyone will pay the price. We must work together and cooperate to reach the desired results," addressing the criminals, "You will receive harsh punishment, and no one believes that he can rise above the law, or seek to spread chaos without accountability." .[/size]
    [size=45]And he continued, "We took quick measures to address the repercussions, and directed the formation of the Maysan Operations Command, and work to re-establish the security plan to address the violations," stressing "his personal follow-up to the situation of the province with the joint security command day by day, and all criminals will be arrested and handed over to the judiciary, and the most severe penalties will be imposed on them." No one is above the law, and no one is allowed to bypass the state and its institutions.”[/size]
    [size=45]He stressed, "We will provide all support to the judiciary in Maysan and to the security services, and all that the security forces need in order to establish security and implement the law," calling on "citizens to help the security forces and cooperate with them, and the tribesmen not to allow some of those whose whims to drag them into nervousness, and alignments outside the framework of the state.”[/size]
    [size=45]He explained, "We must pay attention to several things, including our absolute rejection of some people's investment in the local political scene, and turning the country into an arena for settling accounts that sometimes go beyond the borders of the country," noting that "Iraq will not be an arena for settling accounts, and the clock will not turn back." And he pointed out that “the stability of Iraq means the stability of the region, and chaos in Iraq means its expansion in the region, and no one wants that,” noting that “dragging problems inside Iraq or creating them in a province here or there, or involving Iraq with problems abroad is totally unacceptable.” In detail.” He concluded his speech by saying, "Iraq's involvement in this delicate circumstance in any similar confrontations, whether internal or external, does not benefit but rather harms everyone." For his part, the President of the Maysan Court of Appeal, Haider Hanoun, spoke about an expected shift in the governorate’s security file, stressing that Al-Kazemi’s visit is a message of support that the state takes care of its “honorable citizens.”[/size]
    [size=45]Hanoun said in a press statement that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's visit to Maysan Governorate includes two goals, the first is moral support for the family of the martyr Judge Ahmed Faisal, to prove that the state sponsors its honorable sons who give their lives as a price for the survival of this state and taking into account the interests of the people under the umbrella of security and a just judiciary, in addition. To support his family with regard to economic and social aspects and all their future needs, which gives the impression that the Iraqi family is secure in the event that the head of the family offered himself, sacrificed, and was martyred for the application of the law.[/size]
    [size=45]He added, "The other goal of the visit is to support the judicial institution," noting that "there is absolute cooperation between Al-Kazemi and the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faeq Zaidan in supporting the judicial institution, and the attendance was to support the judicial authority and the judiciary in Maysan by addressing the failures that occurred and the failure to implement Judicial decisions or the ability to implement them previously. And he continued, "There will be a radical shift in major treatments after Al-Kazemi's visit, which will transfer the executive authority and the security authorities in the governorate a qualitative shift, and we will notice it in the coming days, and the implementation of judicial decisions will be accelerated," explaining that "this will achieve great security in Maysan because the judicial decision will be the final and the grave." for the security of the province.”[/size]
    [size=45]And Hanoun indicated that "the judicial institution will not fail to issue judgments or conduct investigations against any party that tries to break the law or attack citizens," noting that "the changes in the security leaders in Maysan have been achieved gradually."[/size]


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