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    Tensions between Najaf and Baghdad over the airport... the rule of law over “military force” and the

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    [size=52]Tensions between Najaf and Baghdad over the airport... the rule of law over “military force” and the minister’s anger[/size]

    [size=45]Aqeel Al-Fatlawi, spokesman for the State of Law coalition and a member of the Parliamentary Transport Committee, said that the Civil Aviation Authority exceeded its powers by appointing a new director for Najaf Airport, while he criticized the Provincial Council for creating a “state of tension” with the Prime Minister’s Office, and for rushing to appoint another director, which led to Personal communications from the Minister of Interior himself, as if the facility had been subjected to “occupation.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Fatlawi said in an interview with journalist Hisham Ali:
    Regarding Najaf Airport, I am speaking in my capacity as a member of the Transport and Communications Committee, which specializes in airport development, and also as a representative of Najaf, and I am aware of what is happening in the governorate.[/size]
    [size=45]After the demonstrations that led to the dissolution of the provincial councils (during the era of Al-Abadi), the Civil Aviation Authority revived and wanted to return to the forefront and imposed a new director for Najaf Airport.[/size]
    [size=45]There are two types of error, the first is the previous Governorate Council, and the second is when the Civil Aviation Authority exceeded its powers on the grounds that the airport is an investment and the Governorate Council has the right to name a director for the airport, provided that the Civil Aviation Authority approves of it.[/size]
    [size=45]Dr. Hussein Muhanna (whom we introduced to be the airport director) has long experience and has been the director of administration at Najaf Airport since it was established until now.[/size]
    [size=45]We must say what we have and what we have to do regarding the issue. The names should have been nominated in a relaxed and calm manner by the Governorate Council, discussed, and taken their turn naturally.[/size]
    [size=45]We were surprised that the Provincial Council was insisting that it take over the airport at a specific time. Then we were surprised that the Prime Minister’s Office sent a military force. They created a tense atmosphere in the Provincial Council, and the Minister of the Interior called the police chief and told him that he must go to the airport and protect it, as if the Provincial Council and the governor were going to occupy the airport. ![/size]
    [size=45]This indicates the Provincial Council’s urgency in the handover process, and also indicates the Prime Minister’s Office and the Civil Aviation Authority’s adherence, exaggeration, and exaggeration of the issue. Najaf Airport is an investment airport, and the Provincial Council has the right to name its director because it was built with Najaf’s money.[/size]
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