The judiciary cancels the assignment of Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar to manage the oil company, and Khashan threatens the Al-Kazemi government
Shafaq News / Representative Mustafa Sanad announced, on Wednesday, that the Federal Supreme Court reversed the decision to assign the current Oil Minister, Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar, with the tasks of managing the National Oil Company, while Representative Basem Khashan vowed to Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and his government with "reckoning and punishment."
Sanad said in a video clip, after the court issued its decision, which was reviewed by Shafak News, that "the Federal Court decided to cancel the assignment of Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar with the tasks of managing the National Oil Company, according to the joint lawsuit that I filed with MPs in the name of Khashan, Uday Awad and Intisar Al-Moussawi."
Sanad expressed his joy at this decision, noting that "the decision combined the efforts of civil activists and benevolent people who demanded that this person (the Minister of Oil) not extend and incur the state."
And he indicated that, "Following this decision, penal decisions will be issued as a result of the losses caused by the unconstitutional decisions," noting that "there is a perjury because the constitutional violation came against Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and the current Oil Minister, and I am trying to atone for my guilt towards the Iraqis."
For his part, the case's lawyer, Haider Al-Maliki, said, "The decision issued today came as a result of the cabinet's violation of the constitution and laws as a result of the legislation of contrary decisions.
In turn, Representative Basem Khashan said in a tweet on Twitter, followed by Shafak News Agency, that "the Federal Supreme Court today issued its decision in the lawsuit that MP Mustafa Sanad and I filed, to cancel Cabinet Resolution No. 109 of 2020, according to which the National Oil Company was established. who entered into massive corrupt contracts."
Khashan added, "The consequences of this decision are innumerable, and all methods of reckoning and punishment are opened against Al-Kazemi, the Minister of Oil and the ministers."
Khashan expressed his thanks to the Federal Supreme Court, noting that it is "a great decision that imposes adherence to the provisions of the constitution and cuts off the paths of corruption and the corrupt."
Khashan also indicated that "the Federal Court stripped the Minister of Oil of his most important positions, the position of head of the National Oil Company, this position that was designed to remain in it after the formation of the new government, in order to continue to conduct corrupt deals." He reiterated that "the legal consequences of the decision are not counted nor It is counted and not a single grain of it will fall from our fingers.”
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