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    Rights calls for the Sudanese to reveal those involved in the theft of the Baiji refinery

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    Post by Rocky Mon 21 Aug 2023, 5:12 am

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    [size=52]Rights calls for the Sudanese to reveal those involved in the theft of the Baiji refinery[/size]
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    Information / Baghdad..
    On Monday, a member of the Human Rights Movement, Hussein Ali Al-Karawi, called on the Public Prosecution Service and the Integrity and Judicial Authority to pursue those involved and track information about the Baiji refinery thief.
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    Al-Karawi said, in an interview with Al-Maalouma Agency, that "confronting thieves is primarily the responsibility of the concerned institutions," noting that "such crimes should not be tolerated or overlooked." 
    He added, "Members of the Human Rights Movement and the position of the movement's leader, Representative Hussein Mu'nis, regarding the theft of Anbar lands, as well as the theft of the century, are the best evidence that we will not appease the corrupt at the expense of the rights of the Iraqi people."
    Al-Karawi explained, "Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani must come out of his shell and not exclude anyone according to any partisan, sectarian or national considerations, and hold all corrupt accountable away from any nepotism and reveal those involved in the theft of the Baiji refinery." 
    The security expert, Adnan Al-Saadi, had confirmed in a statement to Al-Maalouma that the discovery of Baiji refinery equipment stolen during the liberation operations in the Kurdistan region shows the size of the Western scheme to distort the image of the popular crowd. End / 25 h
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