Confirmation of what was published by Shafak News.. Babylon representatives complain about their governor to Al-Kazemi in an "important meeting"
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Earlier today, an informed source told Shafaq News Agency that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi is holding an "important" meeting with the representatives of Babil Governorate, to discuss the issue of the attack on demonstrators in the south of the province.
Al-Kazemi's media office said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, that the latter received, today, a number of members of the House of Representatives from Babil Governorate, and during the meeting, the general conditions in the governorate were discussed, and the obstacles and problems that stand in the way of providing public services to citizens, which affected in their living and social conditions.
The statement indicated that the deputies submitted a complaint regarding the performance of the governor of Babylon in implementing the necessary plans to take care of the governorate and provide the services it deserves.
According to the statement, the Prime Minister welcomed the parliamentary delegation from the province of Babylon, and stressed the need for the province to take its due from the service projects as planned, as a historical city that includes many archaeological, heritage and religious monuments and is supposed to make great efforts by the local government to develop it.
He directed the formation of a fact-finding committee that includes a number of ministers to indicate the level of performance of the governor of Babylon according to the complaints submitted by the deputies, and to present their recommendations to the prime minister as soon as possible.
Yesterday, members of Parliament's protection, Suha Al-Sultani, from Babil Governorate, opened fire on a group of demonstrators, including activist "Durgham Majid", which resulted in the demonstrators being hit by blows as a result of an exchange of stones.
As a result, the Babylon Police Command announced, this morning, the opening of a comprehensive investigation to find out the circumstances of an "assault" incident that affected six demonstrators, including the activist "Durgham", who demonstrated last night Tuesday night in the south of the province.
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