[size=36]About 75 parliamentary signatures to dismiss the mayor of Baghdad and promises to prosecute him legally[/size]
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Al-Khafaji said in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of it, that “in implementation of our oversight role and based on the provisions of the Iraqi constitution, I collected about 75 signatures to interrogate Baghdad Mayor Alaa Maan, because of the violations that occurred during his tenure as the secretary, and because of the deteriorating service conditions in the capital, and its absence in many areas of Baghdad.”
He added, "We will have the final word in the House of Representatives, and we will continue to hold accountable all those involved in corruption and violations, and there will be no safety or refuge for the defaulters."
While Member of Parliament, Sarwa Abdel Wahed, explained in a tweet via Twitter that Mawazine News followed, "Removing the Mayor of Baghdad due to his administrative failure, in addition to corruption files, does not mean that he is not legally prosecuted."