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A Parliamentarian Announces The Start Of Collecting Signatures To Impeach Al-Kazemi

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The representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Rafiq Al-Salihi, announced, on Thursday, the start of collecting signatures to hold an extraordinary session to question the outgoing Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, stressing the need to take the necessary measures against him.
Al-Salihi said in an interview with "Al-Information" agency, that "in the next few days, we will start collecting signatures to question Al-Kazemi about his silence regarding the Turkish aggression inside Iraqi territory."
He added, "Al-Kazemi's silence about the Turkish attack raises suspicion and suspicion, as it is a clear violation of Iraqi sovereignty."
And he continued, "Al-Kazemi was not satisfied with this only, but also signed agreements outside the powers of his government, and therefore we must move and stand to hold him accountable after those violations he made."
In an interview with Al-Information, Member of Parliament, Muhammad Nouri, had accused Al-Kazemi’s government of “failing to preserve Iraq’s sovereignty,” noting that it “does not have the political will to deter the flagrant violation of the country.” finished / 25 and
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