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  1. Political Saturday 30 November 2019 02:18 PM | The number of readings: 200 7 constitutional points resulting from the resignation of the Prime Minister .. Know them BAGHDAD / ... Chairman of the Iraqi Integrity Commission Alasf Hassan Yasiri, on Saturday, the constitutional steps resulting from the resignation of the Prime Minister. Resignation shall take effect from the date of its announcement, and shall not depend on the approval of any party whatsoever on the severity and certainty. 2. The Prime Minister may be satisfied only by announcing the resignation in order to arrange its effects; 3. The Government as a whole shall be transformed into the caretaker Government once the resignation has been announced, and shall continue to conduct the day-to-day affairs and shall enjoy all security and service powers. A new candidate for prime minister shall be appointed within a maximum period of thirty days from the date of the announcement of the resignation. 5. The House of Representatives should be in permanent session for the duration of the mandate to appoint the new candidate. 6. The Council of Representatives and the President of the Republic shall continue to exercise their constitutional functions, and no new legislative elections shall be required unless the Council dissolves itself constitutionally. 7. The term of office of the new Government resulting from the aforementioned constitutional procedures shall be a continuation of the term of the outgoing Government, not a new term, and shall end at the end of the term of the current Parliament. Earlier on Friday, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said he would resign from parliament to parliament. Finished 2 http://aynaliraqnews.com/index.php?aa=news&id22=127461
  2. Iran disputes ‘exaggerated’ protest death tolls Protesters gather around a fire during a demonstration against an increase in gasoline prices in Tehran on November 30, 201910:00 282 The demonstrations flared in mid-November, after the price of petrol in the Islamic republic went up overnight by as much as 200 percent ‘Statistics by international organizations on those killed in the recent incidents are not credible’ TEHRAN: Iran on Saturday disputed death tolls issued abroad for bloodshed that erupted during protests in the country over fuel prices, after a rights group said over 160 demonstrators were killed. The demonstrations flared in mid-November, after the price of petrol in the Islamic republic went up overnight by as much as 200 percent. Officials in Iran have yet to say how many people died in the ensuing violence that saw banks, petrol pumps and police stations set on fire. London-based human rights group Amnesty International said in a tweet on Friday that the crackdown claimed the lives of 161 demonstrators. But Iran’s deputy interior minister, Jamal Orf, disputed such figures. “Statistics by international organizations on those killed in the recent incidents are not credible,” he was quoted as saying by state news agency IRNA. Orf accused the sources that reported the figures of “exaggerating” them. The prosecution service, he added, was set to announce the figures based on those it receives from the coroner’s office. Prior to its latest tweet, Amnesty International said on Monday that 143 demonstrators had been killed in the crackdown, citing what it called “credible reports.” The governments of the United States, France and Germany have condemned Iran over the bloodshed. The unrest broke out on November 15, hours after it was announced that the price of gas would rise to 15,000 rials per liter (12 US cents) from 10,000 for the first 60 liters, and to 30,000 rials for any extra fuel bought after that each month. Iran’s economy has been battered since last year, when President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew the United States from a 2015 nuclear agreement and reimposed crippling sanctions on the Islamic republic. The government in Tehran said proceeds from the fuel price hike would go to the most needy people in the country. According to IRNA, the payments have since been made in three installations between November 18 and 23. https://www.arabnews.com/node/1591766/middle-east
  3. Delegation of the Kurdistan Region: our dialogues with state institutions and not people and we will visit Baghdad tomorrow 2019/11/30 07:26:54 The resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi from his post will not affect the course of the ongoing negotiations on the draft budget law, confirming a visit to the capital Baghdad on Sunday. "The prime minister has submitted his resignation and we should not anticipate the events and wait for what happened," regional minister Khalid Shwani said in a press statement. He added that "we will visit Baghdad tomorrow and we will meet with the Iraqi parties in order to reach a final agreement on the budget law and go to submit its draft law to the House of Representatives for approval." Asked if Abdul-Mahdi's resignation would affect the progress of the negotiations, Shwani said: https://www.shafaaq.com/ar/كوردســتانيات/وفد-اقليم-كوردستان-حواراتنا-مع-مؤسسات-الدولة-وليس-الشخوص-وسنزور-بغداد-غدا/
  4. The Council of Ministers holds an extraordinary session to present the subject of the resignation of the Prime Minister and the Government and submit it to the House of Representatives 30 November 2019 On Saturday morning, the Council of Ministers held an extraordinary session called by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to discuss the resignation of his sovereignty and the government and submit it to the House of Representatives. The Prime Minister affirmed the principle of peaceful transfer of power in the democratic system, and that achieving the interests of the people is an easy goal. He also called on the House of Representatives to find appropriate solutions at its next session. He also called on members of the government to continue their work until the formation of the new government. The Prime Minister reviewed the complex circumstances in which the government was formed, the challenges it faced and the achievements it has achieved in the past period in the internal and external relations. At the end of the extraordinary session, the Cabinet voted on the resignation of the Director of the Prime Minister's Office and the Secretary General of the Council of Ministers. Information Office of the Prime Minister https://pmo.iq/press2019/30-11-201901.htm 30-Nov-2019
  5. Legal expert: The current government will become a caretaker government for one month By AhadNA3 30/11/2019 08:51 AM | Number Of Hits: 3980 The legal expert Ali al-Tamimi, on Saturday, details of the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, noting that all members of the cabinet are covered by the resignation according to the Constitution. Al-Tamimi said in a press statement seen by "Al-Ahd News", "The Constitution provides for the inclusion of all ministers to resign the prime minister from his post without exception of any person." He added that "the government of Abdul-Mahdi will be transformed into a caretaker government for a period of only one month is not extendable provided that the President of the Republic is committed to designate the second bloc to nominate the prime minister." Al-Tamimi said, "The President of the Republic will head the government with the powers of a caretaker government in the event of the expiry of the month without specifying an alternative candidate for Abdul-Mahdi." http://alahadnews.net/index.php/permalink/190597.html
  6. Government Spokesman: Warrants of arrest, recruitment and seizure of funds will be issued within days against those By Ali 30/11/2019 10:54 AM | Read Ahd News - Baghdad Government spokesman Saad al-Hadithi revealed that new orders were issued against senior officials on suspicion of corruption. Al-Hadithi said in a press statement followed by "Al-Ahd News" on Saturday, "There is a special central court for crimes of corruption, formed in coordination between the executive judiciary." He added that "the court issued a decision to the investigative bodies of the courts of appeal in all the courts of Iraq to issue arrest warrants and the recruitment and seizure of funds to anyone found guilty of suspicion of corruption." Al-Hadithi stressed that "dozens of recruitment, detention, arrest and even prison sentences have been issued against senior officials at the level of ministers, governors, members of the House of Representatives and members of provincial councils." http://alahadnews.net/index.php/permalink/190620.html
  7. Iraq news Saturday، 30 November 2019 03:20 AM Sadr: Abd al-Mahdi's resignation not end of corruption Sadrist Movement Leader Muqtada al-Sadr said on Friday that the resignation of Prime Minister Adil Abd al-Mahdi was one of the revolution outcome, but does not mean the end of corruption. Sadr thanked protesters and the Supreme Marja' as Abd Al-Mahdi has resigned, and proposed holding a public referendum to select a new prime minister. Prime Minister's nomination should be through a popular referendum on five candidates, Sadr said, suggesting that ballot boxes be put in the squares of protests. https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/en/Story/44855/Sadr-Abd-al-Mahdi-s-resignation-not-end-of-corruption
  8. Iraq news Saturday، 30 November 2019 02:55 PM 71 people killed in Najaf, Nasiriya in three days, security estimates Twenty people were killed in Najaf province, while 51 others were killed in Nasiriya city in Dhi Qar, according to a semi-final estimate that has been issued by security troops. In remarks, a security source said that the estimate included the victims of Najaf and Nasiriya during Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Around 1,200 protesters were injured, the source added. https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/en/Story/44859/71-people-killed-in-Najaf-Nasiriya-in-three-days-security-estimates
  9. 2019/11/30 15:40 Number of readings 39 Section: Iraq Claims to the public prosecution to prevent the travel of officials and ministers through the use of their second nationality BAGHDAD / Obelisk: Member of the Parliamentary Integrity Commission, MP Alia Nassif, on Saturday, November 30, 2019, a request for the prosecution to prevent the travel of officials and ministers through the use of their second nationality. "I ask the prosecution and the Iraqi judiciary to issue a travel ban for any minister or official and not to allow him to use his other nationality to leave the country," Nasif said in a tweet on Twitter. "Prevention is at this particular time," she said, referring to the government's desire to resign. Follow the obelisk http://almasalah.com/ar/news/183163/مطالبات-للادعاء-العام-بمنع-سفر-المسؤولين-والوزراء-عبر-استخدام-جنسيتهم-الثانية
  10. 2019/11/30 16:21 The number of readings 23 Section: Iraq Abdul Mahdi officially resigns to parliament BAGHDAD / Obelisk: Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, on Saturday, November 30, 2019, officially resigned to parliament. Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi announced on Friday his intention to resign after appealing to the supreme religious authority to step down to end weeks of bloody unrest. Follow the obelisk http://almasalah.com/ar/news/183166/عبد-المهدي-يسلم-استقالته-رسميا-للبرلمان
  11. Extraordinary session of the Council of Ministers on the resignation of Abdul Mahdi 2019/11/30 04:20:52 The Council of Ministers, on Saturday, an extraordinary session called by Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to discuss the subject of his resignation and the government and submitted to the House of Representatives, and to discuss the implications of the government of the day-to-day affairs in accordance with the Constitution. "The Prime Minister affirmed the principle of the peaceful transfer of power in the democratic system, and the achievement of the interests of the people is an underestimating goal," a statement issued by the council told Shafaq News. He called on the House of Representatives to find appropriate solutions at its next session, and called on members of the government to continue their work. While forming the new government. " "The Prime Minister reviewed the complex circumstances in which the government was formed, the challenges it faced and the achievements it has achieved in the past period on the internal level and foreign relations. https://www.shafaaq.com/ar/سیاسة/جلسة-استثنائية-لمجلس-الوزراء-بشأن-استقالة-عبد-المهدي/
  12. TV: Abdul Mahdi hands over his resignation letter to parliament 2019/11/30 08:12:33 Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi has submitted his resignation letter to parliament, Al-Arabiya television reported on Saturday. "Abdul Mahdi officially handed his resignation letter to the Iraqi parliament," the Saudi-funded channel said. A source of Shafaq News confirmed the information, saying that the resignation will be presented to parliament on Sunday. Abdul-Mahdi said on Friday he would submit his resignation to the House of Representatives for the purpose of withdrawing confidence from his current government in response to an appeal by Iraq's Shi'ite religious authority over bloody protests in parts of the country for nearly two months. https://www.shafaaq.com/ar/سیاسة/تلفزيون-عبد-المهدي-يسلم-كتاب-استقالته-للبرلمان/
  13. Politician The government confirms its continuation until parliament resigns 13:19 - 30/11/2019 0 Information / Baghdad .. The spokesman for the Information Office of Prime Minister Saad al-Hadithi, on Saturday, details of the meeting of the Council of Ministers during today's meeting, indicating that Abdul-Mahdi told the ministers the need to continue daily work and according to the Constitution of the government until the House of Representatives in the decision to resign. Al-Hadithi said in a statement to the information that "Abdul-Mahdi told the ministers the need to continue the daily work and according to the Constitution of the government until the House of Representatives in the decision to resign." He added, "The Prime Minister explained the reasons for the decision to resign and stressed the need for its daily and constitutional work until the decision of Parliament." Earlier on Saturday, Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi said that achieving the interests of the people is an easy goal, pointing out that the government has made every effort to respond to the demands of the demonstrators and to introduce reform packages. Ended / 25 KD https://www.almaalomah.com/2019/11/30/440669/
  14. Legal: Abdul Mahdi's resignation is effective and does not need parliamentary approval 15:22 - 30/11/2019 0 Information / Special… The legal expert Tarek Harb, Saturday, that the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi is effective and does not need the approval of the House of Representatives or the President of the Republic, among the fact that the resignation will include all the cabinet and not only Abdul-Mahdi in person. Harb said in a statement to the information, that "the resignation of Abdul-Mahdi will include all cabinet cabinets in accordance with Article 64 of the Constitution, which provides for this," pointing out that "the government is resigned since the resignation of Abdul-Mahdi from the Prime Minister." He added that "the largest bloc within the House of Representatives must choose the new Prime Minister after the resignation of Abdul-Mahdi and submitted to the President of the Republic and vote by the parliament," noting that "the resignation does not need the approval of the House of Representatives or the President of the Republic and is effective since its issuance." He explained that "the new candidate must complete the ministerial curriculum and ministerial composition within a period of 30 days from the date of assignment," explaining that "the current government has become a caretaker government daily work only takes the necessities can not be delayed such as salaries." The media office of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi confirmed earlier on Saturday that the letter of resignation of the latter will be before the House of Representatives before the meeting on Sunday, noting that Abdul-Mahdi is committed to the statement of his resignation. Finished 25 T. https://www.almaalomah.com/2019/11/30/440701/
  15. Iraq PM announces resignation after call from top Shiite cleric, Friday’s death toll rises REUTERS November 29, 201915:53 Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said he would submit his resignation to parliament Al-Sistani earlier urged parliament to considering withdrawing its support for Abdul Mahdi's government BAGHDAD: Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi announced his resignation on Friday after the country’s senior Shiite cleric urged lawmakers to reconsider their support for a government rocked by weeks of deadly anti-establishment unrest. Violence raged on in southern Iraq, however, killing at least 21 people, and protesters continued a thousands-strong sit-in at Tahrir Square in central Baghdad. Young, unemployed and unarmed protesters have led calls for a rehaul of a political system they say is endemically corrupt and serves foreign powers, especially Baghdad’s ally Tehran. The departure of Abdul Mahdi could be a blow for Iranian influence after Iran’s militia allies and its own commanders intervened last month to keep the premier in place despite mass anti-government unrest. “In response to this (the cleric’s) call, and in order to facilitate it as quickly as possible, I will present to Parliament a demand (to accept) my resignation from the leadership of the current government,” a statement signed by Abdul Mahdi said. The statement did not say when he would resign. Parliament is to convene an emergency session on Sunday to discuss the crisis. Grand Ayatollah Ali Al-Sistani earlier urged Parliament to consider withdrawing its support for Abdul Mahdi’s government to stem spiralling violence. Abdel Mahdi would be the first prime minister to step down since Iraq became a parliamentary system following the US-led ouster of Saddam Hussein in 2003. Jubilation Protesters celebrated the imminent departure of Abdul Mahdi, but said they would not stop their demonstrations until the whole of the political class was removed. Violence continued in southern Iraq. “Abdul Mahdi’s resignation is just the beginning. We’ll stay in the streets until the entire government has gone, and all the rest of the corrupt politicians,” said Mustafa Hafidh, a protester at Baghdad’s Tahrir Square. “It’s not enough,” said Ali Al-Sayeda, another demonstrator. “We need them all out, root and branch. We can’t let up the pressure.” "It's our first victory, and we're hoping for many more," shouted one demonstrator in Tahrir, as patriotic tunes blasted from the motorized rickshaws used to ferry casualties from the square. Nearby, protesters occupying a gutted 18-storey building that has become a symbol of the uprising could be seen dancing and pumping their fists in the air. But despite their joy, many said the premier's resignation did not go far enough. "We won't leave the square until every last one of those corrupt people resigns," said another demonstrator in a black shirt. "Weed them all out. Every single one." Anti-government protesters shoot fireworks in Tahrir Square, Baghdad, on Nov. 29, 2019 to celebrate following an announcement that Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi would be resigning.(AP Photo/Hadi Mizban) Massacre in Nassiriya Security forces meanwhile shot dead at least 21 people in the southern city of Nassiriya after protesters tried to storm a local police headquarters, hospital sources said. In Najaf, unidentified armed men shot live rounds at demonstrators sending dozens scattering. Iraqi forces have killed at least 435 people, mostly young, unarmed demonstrators since mass protests broke out on Oct. 1. More than a dozen members of the security forces have also died in clashes. Iraq’s “enemies and their apparatuses are trying to sow chaos and infighting to return the country to the age of dictatorship ... everyone must work together to thwart that opportunity,” Al-Sistani said. The US called on Iraqi leaders to address the “legitimate” grievances of protesters. “We share the protesters’ legitimate concerns,” a State Department spokeswoman said. “We continue to urge the government of Iraq to advance the reforms demanded by the people, including those that address unemployment, corruption and electoral reform,” she said. The UN's top official in Iraq, Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, said the deaths "cannot be tolerated". The previous day had been one of the bloodiest yet, with 44 demonstrators killed and nearly 1,000 wounded in Baghdad and across the south. That came after protesters stormed the Iranian consulate in Najaf late Wednesday, accusing the neighbouring country of propping up Iraq's government. Tehran demanded Iraq take decisive action against the protesters, saying it was "disgusted" by developments. "We want all the parties to go" In response, Abdel Mahdi ordered military chiefs to deploy in several provinces to "impose security and restore order" — but the result was the opposite. Men in civilian clothes opened fire at demonstrators, tribal fighters deployed in the streets and military commanders. As the death toll surged, governors and police chiefs resigned and Abdel Mahdi sacked a senior military commander. On Friday, demonstrators encircled a Nasiriyah police station and torched five police cars. And in Najaf, where 16 people died the previous day, new clashes erupted between protesters and armed men dressed in civilian clothes. As in Baghdad, demonstrators in the south did not appear satisfied with Abdel Mahdi's resignation. Iraqi anti-government protesters carry away an injured comrade amid clashes with security forces by the capital Baghdad's Rasheed street near al-Ahrar bridge on Nov. 29, 2019. (AFP / AHMAD AL-RUBAYE) "Our problem isn't the prime minister -- we want all the parties to go!" one man told AFP in Diwaniyah. Since October 1, Baghdad and the south have been rocked by the most widespread street unrest in decades, demanding an overhaul of the ruling elite and reforms to root out corruption, end unemployment and improve infrastructure. The demonstrations initially shook Abdel Mahdi, who came to power last October after a strained alliance between the two largest parliamentary blocs, Saeroon and Fatah. The protests divided them, with Fatah backing the premier while Saeroon leader and firebrand cleric Moqtada Sadr called for him to resign. But they closed ranks around the cabinet following a deal brokered by top Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani. The tide turned again this week, culminating with Sistani's dramatic intervention. For weeks, the 89-year-old cleric had called for restraint and urged parties to get "serious" about reform. But he ramped up his demands on Friday. "The parliament, from which this current government is drawn, is asked to reconsider its choice in this regard," he said in his weekly sermon. Within minutes, Saeroon as well as MP and former premier Haider al-Abadi had called for a vote of no-confidence. The Fatah bloc called for "the necessary changes in the interests of Iraq". Parliament is set to meet on Sunday and if it drops its support for the government, the cabinet would remain in place as caretakers until the president names a new premier. Iraq's constitution, drafted in 2005, does not include a provision for the resignation of the premier, so his intention to submit a letter to parliament would trigger a no-confidence vote. The country is OPEC's second-largest crude producer but one in five Iraqis lives in poverty and youth unemployment stands at 25 percent, according to the World Bank. https://www.arabnews.com/node/1591361/middle-east
  16. Zarfi calls parliament to convene an emergency session to dismiss the government 12:44 - 29/11/2019 0 Information / Baghdad .. MP of the victory bloc, Adnan Zarfi, on Friday, called on the presidency of the House of Representatives to hold an emergency session and withdraw confidence from the government. Al-Zarfi said in a tweet on his comment on the speech of the supreme religious authority today: “The Presidency of the House of Representatives must call the House for an emergency session to withdraw confidence from the government and in response to the guidance in the Friday sermon of the House of Representatives,” inviting the House of Representatives to reconsider its options. ” The Supreme Religious Authority called in the Friday sermon on the House of Representatives, "which emerged from the current government to reconsider its options in this regard and act in the interest of Iraq and preserve the blood of its people, and avoid sliding into a cycle of violence, chaos and devastation." https://www.almaalomah.com/2019/11/29/440454/
  17. Abdul Mahdi announced the lifting of his resignation to the Iraqi Council of Representatives 2019/11/29 06:30:04 Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Friday that he would submit his resignation from the federal government to the Iraqi Council of Representatives for the purpose of withdrawing confidence from the government. Abdul-Mahdi said in a statement that he listened very carefully to the speech of the supreme religious authority on 29/11/2019 and stated that "in view of the difficult circumstances experienced by the country, and the apparent deficit in dealing with the developments of the last two months to preserve rights and inject blood The House of Representatives from which the current government is called upon to reconsider its options in this regard and act in accordance with the interest of Iraq and the preservation of the blood of its people, and avoid sliding into a cycle of violence, chaos and devastation. " He added, "In response to this call and to facilitate and accelerate its completion as soon as possible, I will submit to the House of Representatives official letter requesting the resignation of the current government to enable the Council to reconsider its options." "Al-Danni and Al-Qasi know that I have already made this option publicly and in official memos, in the interest of the people and the country," he said. https://www.shafaaq.com/ar/سیاسة/عبد-المهدي-يعلن-رفع-استقالته-الى-مجلس-النواب-العراقي/
  18. Joy in Iraq’s main protest site after PM says he will quit Updated 11 sec ago AFP November 29, 201915:53 BAGHDAD: Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdel Mahdi said Friday he would submit his resignation to parliament, hours after the country's top Shiite cleric called for a cabinet change amid deadly protests. "I will submit to the esteemed parliament a formal letter requesting my resignation from the premiership," Abdel Mahdi said in a statement. The sudden turnaround came after nearly two months of bloody protests against the ruling class that have left more than 400 dead and 15,000 wounded and was met with cheers from protesters in Baghdad's iconic Tahrir (Liberation) Square. https://www.arabnews.com/node/1591361/middle-east
  19. Abdul Mahdi resigns from the government to parliament / expanded By mustafa k 29/11/2019 03:42 PM | The number of readings: 1 Ahd News - Baghdad Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief Adel Abdul Mahdi has submitted his resignation request to the Iraqi Council of Representatives for the purpose of voting in the coming sessions. According to a statement from the office of Abdul-Mahdi, "Al-Ahd News" received a copy of it on Friday: " I listened with great care to the speech of the supreme religious authority on 29/11/2019 and stated that" in view of the difficult circumstances experienced by the country, and the apparent deficit in dealing with the parties Concerned with the developments of the last two months in order to preserve the rights and inject blood, the House of Representatives from which the current government is called to reconsider its options in this regard and act as dictated by the interest of Iraq and preserve the blood of its people, and avoid sliding into a cycle of violence, chaos and devastation. He added that "in response to this call and to facilitate and expedite its completion as soon as possible, I will submit to the House of Representatives the official letter requesting the resignation of the current prime minister so that the Council to reconsider its options, knowing that the proximate and I have already made this option publicly and in official memos, including It is in the interest of the people and the country http://alahadnews.net/index.php/permalink/190529.html
  20. Friday، 29 November 2019 03:53 PM Islamic Dawa Party urges finding alternative to Abd Al-Mahdi The Islamic Dawa Party on Friday called on the parliamentary blocs and political leaders to present an alternative candidate for the post of prime minister. This comes as Supreme Marja' Ali Al-Sistani called on the parliament to hold an urgent meeting to withdraw confidence from the government. The alternative nominee must be characterized by strength, sincerity, professionalism and integrity, the party said. https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/en/Story/44846/Islamic-Dawa-Party-urges-finding-alternative-to-Abd-Al-Mahdi
  21. Iraqi government accused of carrying out massacre of Nasiriyah in retaliation for burning Iranian consulate in Najaf Friday, November 29, 2019 save Print Baghdad - Writings BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi security forces killed at least 35 protesters in Nassiriya in retaliation for the burning of the Iranian consulate in Najaf, Reuters news agency said. In turn, the tribes of Nasiriyah said in a statement on Thursday evening, November 28, 2019, that no longer between them and the Iraqi government other than blood from this moment. This was confirmed during a meeting in the host of Sheikh Qaisar Ajil Sheikh Husseinat clan with some of the sheikhs of the tribes of Dhi Qar; Resident Dhi Qar governor Adil al-Dukhaili said that the local government was not notified of the forces that attacked the demonstrators and carried out the massacre against the people of Nasiriyah on Thursday (November 28th), stressing that the bloody killings could not be tolerated and those carried out by forces from outside the province. https://kitabat.com/news/اتهام-الحكومة-العراقية-بتنفيذ-مجزرة-ا/
  22. 2019/11/29 14:34 Read 35 Section: Iraq Abdul Mahdi: I will resign to parliament Baghdad / Obelisk: Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, Friday, November 29, 2019, announced his intention to submit an official letter to parliament requesting the resignation of the prime minister. Obelisk announces the text of the statement to the Prime Minister: In the name of of Allah the Merciful {Oabt do what you will find me, God willing, patient I listened very carefully to the speech of the supreme religious authority on 29/11/2019 and stated that "in view of the difficult circumstances experienced by the country, and the apparent deficit in dealing with the authorities concerned with the developments of the last two months to preserve rights and inject blood, the House of Representatives from which the government emerged The current one is called upon to reconsider his options in this regard and act in the interest of Iraq and to preserve the blood of its people, and avoid slipping into a cycle of violence, chaos and devastation. " In response to this call and to facilitate and expedite its completion as soon as possible, I will submit to the House of Representatives the official letter requesting the resignation of the current Prime Minister so that the Council can reconsider its options. . May God protect Iraq and its people and preserve the highest religious authority as a light and an umbrella for all of us. The Obelisk http://almasalah.com/ar/news/183088/عبد-المهدي-سأقدم-استقالتي-الى-البرلمان
  23. The first vice president isimportant Kaabi discusses overcoming the problems of amending the law of compensation of the affected and stresses the simplification of procedures to resolve the compensation transactions 28/11/2019 Mr. Hassan Karim Al Kaabi, First Deputy Speaker of the Council of Representatives, on Thursday, November 28, 2019, presided over a hearing organized by the Committee of Martyrs, Victims and Political Prisoners of Parliament, to discuss the second amendment to the law of compensation for those affected by military operations and military errors and terrorist operations, in the presence of the Chairman of the Committee of Martyrs MP Alaa Al-Rubaie and a number of representatives of the relevant authorities. Al Kaabi focused on a set of observations summarized by increasing the number of central and sub-committees to receive compensation transactions, and give them powers to contribute to facilitate and resolve existing issues while maintaining the "public funds and prevent waste." The session discussed the work of medical committees and reports that give disability rates to the injured, stressing the need to take into account the "scrutiny" of all procedures to compensate those affected by terrorist operations and military mistakes throughout the country. The Information Office of the First Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives 28/11/2019 http://ar.parliament.iq/2019/11/28/الكعبي-يبحث-تجاوز-إشكاليات-تعديل-قانو/
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