Ali Hatem Al-Suleiman invites Sunni clans and politicians to belong to Al-Halbousi
Al-Sulaiman wrote, in a tweet posted on his personal account on Twitter, "We did not come to Baghdad under any political cover, deal or favor from anyone, and the truth is that those who sensed the danger and the army of electronic monsters began to bray and make accusations and raise malicious lawsuits in the judiciary to calm down or bear." .
He added, "Sunni tribal sheikhs and politicians must determine their position on the practices of al-Halbousi and his followers against our sons."
The news of the return of the wanted Iraqi judiciary, Ali Hatem Al-Suleiman, to Baghdad, aroused widespread controversy among popular circles in general, and the Anbari community in particular, because he is one of the sheikhs of the Dulaim tribe in the city of Ramadi.
Political sources linked the return of Suleiman, and before him Rafie al-Issawi, and the support of Sattam Abu Risha, as a planner for the forces of the coordination framework to oppose Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, with the return of former leaders in his traditional stronghold, in response to his alliance with the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr.
On the other hand, the media office of the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, denied what some are promoting about the latter’s interference in dropping the charges against Suleiman, stressing that some parties are trying to mislead public opinion by marketing the issue of dropping the charges against (Suleiman) and before that (Rafe’ al-Issawi) and raising the street. About the others on the grounds that they had a role in the sit-in yards.
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