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    With the imminent formation of a new government in Iraq, why are the attempts to prosecute Al-Kazemi

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    With the imminent formation of a new government in Iraq, why are the attempts to prosecute Al-Kazemi Empty With the imminent formation of a new government in Iraq, why are the attempts to prosecute Al-Kazemi

    Post by Rocky Wed 26 Oct 2022, 7:58 am

    [size=33]With the imminent formation of a new government in Iraq, why are the attempts to prosecute Al-Kazemi increasing?[/size]

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    Al-Kazemi faces accusations of corruption and demands to prevent him from traveling until the investigations are completed (Iraqi press)
    [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Salah Hassan Baban
    10/26/2022

    It seems that a new, unexpected front has opened before the outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , with the announcement by the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, to form a committee comprising representatives of 4 parliamentary committees, namely, integrity, financial, legal and investment, in order to audit and review all decisions taken by the caretaker government for the period. That followed the October 10, 2021 elections until now.
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    The decision to form the committee sparked a lot of confusion about whether this was a political targeting of Al-Kazemi and his government from opposing parties as a result of his recent rapprochement with the leader of the Sadrist movement [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , especially in light of the talk about demands to issue a travel ban on Al-Kazemi and his advisors.

    horn theft

    This development coincides with talk about the involvement of prominent officials in what was described as “the theft of the century” of an estimated amount of 2.5 billion dollars of the tax authority’s money, and then the arrest of the first accused in the case, Nour Zuhair Jassim at Baghdad International Airport before leaving his plane for Turkey last Monday, in light of leaks Confessions made by the accused about the involvement of two ministers, 7 undersecretaries and 11 general directors, according to the tweet of the Iraqi journalist Ahmed Mulla Talal, have not yet been proven true.

    Yesterday, Tuesday, the Supreme Judicial Council issued arrest warrants and travel bans against the defendants in the same case, namely Hussein Kawa Abdul Qader, Muhammad Falah Al-Janabi, Abdul-Mahdi Tawfiq, and Nour Zuhair Al-Madhhir. Meanwhile, Representative Abdul Rahim Al-Shammari revealed in a tweet on Twitter that the judiciary had brought in Haitham Al-Jubouri, who works as an advisor to Al-Kazemi.

    Irregularities

    Observers recorded legal violations in the performance of the caretaker government, the most prominent of which was the conclusion of internal and international contracts, and its decision to authorize the Minister of Finance on October 20, the authority to make transfers between the appropriations of the federal general budget to secure an amount of 680 million dollars for the water directorates in the governorates, based on the provisions of Article 4 of the Federal General Budget Law for the fiscal year 2021, without having legal authority to do so.
    Prior to this, Al-Kazemi issued, during the last period, orders to assign personalities close to him to sensitive positions, including assigning his office director, Judge Raed Jouhi, the tasks of the head of the intelligence service more than 3 months ago, as well as canceling the assignment of others from their positions.

    Here, the legal expert, Ali Al-Tamimi, confirms that the caretaker government does not have the right to make changes in special grades, according to Articles 61 and 80 of the Constitution, and it is not entitled to conclude agreements and deals with states.
    As a result, a number of deputies and politicians demanded that the Public Prosecution issue a decision to prevent Al-Kazemi and his entourage from traveling and interrogating him, which was written by Representative in Parliament Basem Khashan in a tweet on Twitter.

    These rapid developments coincide with the endeavors of the post of Prime Minister,  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to present his new cabinet after a difficult labor that lasted about a year, following the recent legislative elections in October of last year.
    [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Awad called for a review of all decisions issued during the Al-Kazemi government's entry into the caretaker period (Iraqi press)
    For his part, the representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Uday Awad - the most prominent formations of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] that nominated Al-Sudani for the position of prime minister - reveals that 150 signatures have been collected to submit a request to the Presidency of Parliament in the next session in which a vote will be presented on the formation of the new government headed by Al-Sudani, to issue a decision banning Al-Kazemi’s travel And his government ministers and advisors until all investigations are completed, especially with regard to the file of the port of Faw and theft of tax and customs funds.
    Awad indicates - in his speech to Al-Jazeera Net - that there are files in which the investigation needs to be deliberate and more time to reveal the facts, stressing the need to reconsider all decisions issued during the entry of Al-Kazemi's government into the caretaker period.
    [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Al-Tamimi considered that Parliament has the right to form a committee to review the decisions of the caretaker government (Al-Jazeera Net)

    Judiciary opinion

    From a legal point of view, the Iraqi judiciary has the right - within the Code of Criminal Procedure - to issue a decision to prevent the travel of Al-Kazemi or any other official as a procedure subsequent to the arrest warrant and followed by investigation, inspection and seizure of movable and immovable funds, which is available according to the type of crime and its classification, except that the legal expert Ali Al-Tamimi This procedure is linked exclusively to the presence of confessions or evidence against Al-Kazemi, based on Article 14 of the Constitution, which equals everyone in terms of law enforcement.
    And whether Parliament has the right to form a committee to review the decisions of the caretaker government, Al-Tamimi describes this as “positive”, attributing the reason to the fact that such a government has limited powers and is not entitled to hire or conclude agreements, and in the event of any violation, Parliament has the right to refer it to the judiciary in the event No irregularities detected.
    [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Al-Sarji considered that the attempt to prevent Al-Kazemi from traveling and to sue him constituted targeting by the coordination framework (Al-Jazeera Net)

    Tax proximity to the chest

    On the other hand, political analyst Ahmed Al-Saraji sees the attempt of some parties close to the coordination framework to prevent Al-Kazemi from traveling and prosecute him as a kind of orientation to the framework, and is represented by limiting the issue of failure and corruption to Al-Kazemi’s government without addressing his predecessors of prime ministers, whether it was Adel Abdul-Mahdi, Haider Al-Abadi or Nouri al-Maliki.
    Al-Sarji acknowledges that Al-Kazemi pays the tax of his rapprochement with the Sadrist movement during the crisis that erupted between the current and the framework, and Al-Kazemi’s attempt to obtain a second term, especially since the leader of the movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, demanded in one of his tweets that Al-Kazemi remain in his position to supervise the proposed early elections, noting that Al-Kazemi remained alone. And this fate is isolated by the framework after the withdrawal of Al-Sadr.

    And about the expected scenarios, the political analyst expects that something like an “agreement” will take place that will take Al-Kazemi out of this crisis without any accountability or even opening files against him “because of his connection with the American embassy, ​​and this makes him a red line that prevents approaching him.”
    [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Mushaa Al-Tamimi considered that the formation of a parliamentary committee to review Al-Kazemi's decisions was a violation of the judiciary (Al-Jazeera Net)

    Warning to the Sudanese government

    On the other hand, political analyst Mushais Al-Tamimi believes that if Al-Kazemi is exposed to any attempt to exclude or abuse and prevent travel, this will send negative messages about the new government, given that the Prime Minister-designate announced that he is against any revenge attempts, ruling out that the judiciary will issue any decision to prevent Traveling against Al-Kazemi.
    And whether these attempts were in retaliation against Al-Kazemi, who is close to Al-Sadr, Al-Tamimi added, "The leader of the Sadrist movement has nothing to do with this, and the framework has been at odds with Al-Kazemi since the beginning of his tenure as prime minister."
    Regarding the formation of a parliamentary committee to review Al-Kazemi’s decisions, Al-Tamimi says that this is a violation of the judiciary, commenting, “The government, according to the interpretation of the Federal Court, is monitored by the Federal and Administrative Courts, given that the current session of Parliament did not give it confidence, and it is monitored by the judiciary since the end of the last session of Parliament.” ".
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