- Today 19:20
Political analyst, Saad Al-Zubaidi, today, Wednesday, described the vote on the food security law as “professional theft,” and regarding the relationship of the former Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, he considered that the law did not reflect “positively” on citizens.
Al-Zubaidi said, in an interview with the Maalouma Agency, that “voting on the food security law was one of the methods of professional theft, as many billions were withdrawn from the previous government, and there was no way to spend those huge sums.”
He added, "Many accusations have been pursued against the former Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, as a result of wasting large sums of money under the pretext of the Food Security Law," stressing that the latter "is accused of seizing more than $21 billion in oil revenues, and wasting them between him and his government advisors, with the participation of some political parties." .
The political analyst explained, “The last period of Al-Kadhimi’s government, and with the beginning of the phase of Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sawani, the authorities received many complaints against the previous government, and the accusations against it are still continuing.”
Earlier today, a member of the State of Law coalition, Saad Al-Muttalabi, described the approval of the Food Security and Emergency Law as a “systematic process of corruption,” while confirming that the approval of the Food Security Law was carried out illegally.
The extent of corruption in the previous government distorted its history in every sense, especially since it was the one that distorted itself by committing financial massacres and unthinkable deals, which prompted the current government and through the official agencies to punish its officials and try to retrieve them from abroad, according to officials. Ended/25 Rs
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