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    Parliament vows to hold accountable those who leak its internal communications

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    Post by Rocky Wed 06 Apr 2022, 5:12 am

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     Baghdad: Huda Al-Azzawi
    The second deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Shakhwan Abdullah, vowed to hold accountable the leakers of parliamentary documents, reducing the impact of the dispute between House Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi and his first deputy, Hakim al-Zamili, on the work of parliament, at a time when political observers saw that the latest dispute is nothing more than a whirlwind that will not affect the parliament. The power of the Triple Alliance.
    Abdullah stressed in a statement that “the House of Representatives will take legal measures and hold accountable those who leaked and published books and internal communications to the parliament, and they relate to problems regarding some legal terms and vocabulary in defining tasks and powers,” in reference to the dispute between al-Halbousi and al-Zamili.
    The head of the Iraq Book Center and political analyst Wathiq Al-Jabri told Al-Sabah: “There is no doubt that the leakage of some official documents indicates a defect, and these leaked files pose a danger, as they may affect the formulation of state policies, and what happened in the parliament recently falls under the name of these Leaks.” He pointed out that "the leakage of such generalizations and decisions from inside the dome of the House of Representatives is part of a political action, and raising them at this time in light of the complex political process and before even the formation of the government (maybe) came as a means of pressure by some political forces penetrating into the joints of the state," stressing that “The leakage of this information led to a kind of confusion and political imbalance within the parliament, and the negligent must be held accountable if these circulars were actually leaked.”
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