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    Parliament forms a committee to investigate the work of the “former” local government in Basra (docu

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    Parliament forms a committee to investigate the work of the “former” local government in Basra (docu Empty Parliament forms a committee to investigate the work of the “former” local government in Basra (docu

    Post by Rocky Tue 27 Feb 2024, 7:18 am

    Parliament forms a committee to investigate the work of the “former” local government in Basra (document)



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    Shafaq News/ Acting Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, decided on Tuesday to form a parliamentary committee to investigate the work of the previous local government in Basra Governorate.

    The decision, seen by Shafaq News Agency, stated, “It was decided to form a committee headed by Representative Saud Al-Saadi to investigate the violations related to the work of the local government in Basra Governorate, starting from the date of the abolition of the provincial councils and until the new provincial council begins its work duties.”

    The committee included 12 deputies in its membership.

    On October 28, 2019, the Iraqi Council of Representatives voted to dissolve the provincial councils as a result of popular pressure from the demonstrators that year.
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