[size=38]A Deputy Vows A Parliamentary Response To Al-Kazemi’s Government Projects[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]LAST UPDATE 05/05/2022 | 10:44 AM
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Member of Parliament, Aref Al-Hamami, vowed, on Thursday, the outgoing government of Mustafa Al-Kazemi, with a parliamentary response, within the legal and constitutional frameworks, to all projects and agreements that it signed since leading the country to the present time, while stressing that the government is exploiting the political debate to pass its violating projects.
Al-Hamami said in an interview with "The Information", that "the caretaker government is benefiting from the political controversy and the blockage in the political process and the disagreement of parties and blocs to obtain the longest possible period of time in leading the country and passing the violating projects."
He added, "Al-Kazemi is trying to get close at times to Jordan and Egypt by passing the Aqaba pipeline, and at other times to Saudi Arabia by granting the Al-Arkan Company investment projects in Iraq, in addition to other suspicious projects."
Al-Hamami explained that "the honorable representatives present in the parliament are insisting on reviewing all the projects that were held and referred by the Al-Kazemi government since it took over until this day."
The member of the House of Representatives confirmed, “There will be a parliamentary response, within the legal and constitutional frameworks, to Al-Kazemi’s agreements and contracts in order to cancel or amend them in order to serve the Iraqi people.” End / 25 R