Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) ِAn Iraqi parliamentarian accused on Thursday drivers of a United Nations-owned vehicles of hitting two people dead in Baghdad before fleeing.
Kamel al-Ghariri said in statements that UN cars rammed into two cars parked outside the Green Zone, killed a young man and a woman before running into the Green Zone “before finding out the international institution they belonged to. His statements did not mention the exact time of the incident.
“Following up on the issue, and asking about monitoring cameras at the area, officials there said they had been switched off,” he said. “Is it possible that cameras at such a vital street be kept off?”.
The two victims belonged to the cities of Yarmouk and Najaf, according to Ghariri, who held security authorities fully responsible for not operating the cameras and allowing cars into the Green Zone without knowing their destination, as he put it, vowing to champion an investigation of the incident at parliament.
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