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Former MP Ali al-Badairi revealed on Saturday US support for Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in forming an emergency government.

Al-Badairi said in a statement to Al-Mawdara that "Washington is seeking to keep Abadi in the post of prime minister during the next phase," pointing out that "Abadi got US support in the formation of the emergency government at the moment to pressure the political blocs to gain gains and the second mandate "He said.

He added that "the formation of the emergency government by Abadi is unlikely and can not be achieved at the present time despite this support," noting that "the speech of the political reference and put forward to the specifications of the next prime minister to be courageous and strict pushed Abadi to go to America to obtain the second mandate.

A member of Al-Fateh alliance Siham al-Musawi said Saturday that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi worked in cooperation with the United States of America after the decline of his chances of the second mandate to declare an emergency government.

It is noteworthy that informed political sources have said that Washington is moving to give Abadi the second mandate, and that McGurk met with Abadi and assured him the support of the US administration in his renewal for a second term.

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A US newspaper on Saturday called on the administration of the US president not to abandon Iraq again, to participate strongly in the democratic process in Baghdad and to form a new government, “if it really wants to avoid instability in Iraq.”
“Washington’s policy toward Iraq has been narrowly focused on avoiding defeat, and this is a flawed view,” the paper said in an article by American writer Sean McGovern and his Mawazine News.
“The preoccupation of US policymakers with the summit between Trump, the North Korean leader and the NATO summit diverted attention from the May 12 Iraqi elections and continued efforts to form a new government, .
“The recent elections represent an opportunity for the United States to participate in forming the new government,” he said

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The United States supports the removal of spoilers from the formation of the next Iraqi government

BAGHDAD / Vice President Osama al-Nujaifi confirmed on Thursday, 16 August 2018, the need to speed up the formation of the government and commitment to the specified time, while the representative of US President in the international coalition against terrorism, Brett McGurk support the United States to keep the spoilers from forming the next government .

"The representative of US President in the international coalition against terrorism, Brett McGurk and the US ambassador to Iraq Douglas Silliman, met during the meeting to discuss and discuss the files of common interest, most notably the formation of the Iraqi government, " Nujaifi's media office said in a statement .

Al-Nujaifi stressed the need for a comprehensive government for all the Iraqi people to improve the economic situation of the country and improve the lives of citizens and take into consideration the reconstruction of areas destroyed by terrorism and the return of displaced people to their areas and work seriously and resolutely to fight corruption and corrupt, Bearing in mind that the next Iraqi government will be an independent, neutral government away from regional influences to ensure the country's building and security . "

For his part, the US envoy said that the United States "strongly supports the fight against corruption and corrupts and keep them from forming the next government, and the selection of people who are recognized for integrity, seriousness and experience in taking responsibility to ensure the success of the government ."

 

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Reuters) - US President Bill Clinton's envoy to the United Nations, Donald Trump, confirmed Thursday that his country supports the removal of the corrupt from the next government. 
This came during his meeting with Vice President Osama Najafi. 
"The United States strongly supports the fight against corruption and spoilers, keeping them away from forming the next government, and choosing people who are known for their integrity, seriousness and experience in taking responsibility to ensure the success of the government," McGowork said, according to a statement by the Office of the Vice President.

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US President George W. Bush's envoy to the International Coalition Against Iraq, Brett McGuck, on Thursday held a series of meetings with leaders of the year. 
MacGork met with the leader of the axis coalition, which recently formed Osama Najafi in the presence of US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Silliman, where the issue of forming the Iraqi government was discussed. 
The US envoy expressed "support for his government to fight corruption and spoilers and keep them away from forming the next Iraqi government," stressing "the need to choose people with a proven integrity and seriousness and experience in taking responsibility to ensure the success of the government." 
He had held talks with former Iraqi parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri, which dealt with the formation of the next Iraqi government and its role in reaching a unified vision on the form of the new government cab to meet the ambitions and aspirations of the Iraqi people.
The US envoy also discussed with Jubouri the security and political developments in the Iraqi scene and ways to enhance joint cooperation between Baghdad and Washington, especially in the file against "terrorism" and the economic and investment fields. 
It is noteworthy that the coalition was formed "National Axis" in Iraq, last Tuesday, which includes the most prominent Sunni figures are Osama Najafi, Vice President of the President / Party of Iraq United, and Khamis Khanjar, Secretary General of the Arab project, and Jamal Karbouli, Salim al-Jubouri, leader of the Civil Reform Party, Ahmad al-Jubouri, head of the National Popular Party, and Falah al-Zaidan, former minister of agriculture.

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US President George W. Bush's envoy to the International Coalition Against Iraq, Brett McGuck, on Thursday held a series of meetings with leaders of the year. 

 

I swear, these folks are something else . . . :bananacamel:

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US President George W. Bush's envoy to the International Coalition Against Iraq, Brett McGuck, on Thursday held a series of meetings with leaders of the year. 

 

I swear, these folks are something else . . . :bananacamel:

For real!!!🤣😂🤣😂

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Vice President Osama Najafi on Thursday stressed the need to speed up the formation of the government and abide by the deadline, while the representative of US President in the international coalition against terrorism, Brett McGurk support the United Statesto keep the spoilers from forming the next government. 

In a statement received by Alsumaria News, the Nujaifi news agency said that the latter "received the representative of US President in the International Coalition against Terrorism, Brett McGurk and US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Silliman . During the meeting, they discussed and discussed files of common interest, most notably the formation of the Iraqi government."

 

 


Al-Nujaifi stressed the need for a comprehensive government for all the Iraqi people to improve the economic situation of the country and improve the lives of citizens and take into consideration the reconstruction of areas destroyed by terrorism and the return of displaced people to their areas and work seriously and resolutely to fight corruption and corrupt, Bearing in mind that the next Iraqi government will be an independent, neutral government away from regional influences to ensure the country's building and security. " 

For his part, the US envoy said that the United States "strongly supports the fight against corruption and corrupts and keep them from forming the next government, and the selection of people who are recognized for integrity, seriousness and experience in taking responsibility to ensure the success of the government."

The political arena is witnessing a movement of blocs winning the last parliamentary elections, which took place on the twelfth of last May, to form the largest bloc in order to proceed to form the next government and the choice of the Prime Minister.

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Intensive meetings are active in Baghdad and Trump's envoy seeks to advance the talks

August 17-2018     The time now is 11:58 AM

 

 

Intensive meetings in Baghdad and Trump's envoy seeks to advance the talks
US President George W. Bush's envoy meets with Iraqi officials to discuss the formation of a government that Washington says must rule out corrupt officials.
 

Arbil (Kurdistan 24) - Iraqi leaders are holding intensive meetings in Baghdad hours after the final results of parliamentary elections to the Federal Court for approval, in an attempt to accelerate the formation of the government in a complex process to a large extent.

This comes at a time when US President George W. Bush's envoy is holding shuttle talks with Iraqi officials to discuss forming a government that Washington says must rule out corrupt people. The results of counting and manual counting in the election results did not witness any changes.

Local media circulated a picture showing the leader of the Fatah coalition Hadi al-Amiri while Vice President Osama al-Nujaifi was talking to him and Khamis al-Khanjar, who is sponsoring the Iraqi decision coalition. Kurdistan 24 could not independently check the history of the images.

It seems that the picture has been taken recently, especially with the intensive meetings that Iraqi politicians are racing to discuss the sharing of positions in the new government.

Amari is at odds with the dagger.

Vice President Nuri al-Maliki is trying to pull the rug out of Haider al-Abadi, who is seeking a second term. It is difficult to predict the positions of Iraqi politicians.

Nujaifi held a meeting with al-Maliki in Baghdad in the framework of talks to form a "larger bloc."

Nujaifi said in a statement after meeting with McGurk on Thursday that the next government should be "a comprehensive government for all the spectrums of the Iraqi people ... and be ... independent neutral away from regional influences to ensure the country's building and security."

The statement quoted Trump's envoy as saying that the United States "strongly supports the fight against corruption and spoilers and keep them away from forming the next government."

McGowork said Washington was "choosing people with integrity, seriousness and experience to take responsibility to ensure the success of the government."

A coalition leader who has been winning the election, Moqtada al-Sadr, has recently lobbied for opposition if the political process remains the same.

Sadr said 40 conditions he said the next prime minister should enjoy, including not to be dual nationality and be loyal to Iraq and speaks more than language and fights corruption, which are largely compatible with those put forward by the Shiite reference to Sistani.

Analysts say Sadr's conditions seem difficult given the complexity of the country's political landscape, which is still stifled by various conflicts and divisions.

The scenario of 2010 may be repeated with Sadr, as happened with Iyad Allawi when he was ousted by Maliki after his alliance with other blocs and the realization of the principle of the "largest bloc" controversial.

Maliki is proposing a "political majority" in a move he says will limit sectarian quotas that have been adopted in the country as a basis for consensus since the fall of the former regime.

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Newspaper: Washington and Tehran are racing to announce the largest bloc in front of likely to tip on another
 
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According to press reports on Saturday, there is a race between two axes, the first led by Qasim Soleimani, commander of the Iranian Quds Force, and the second US envoy to Iraq, Brett McGurk, to hasten the announcement of the largest bloc and in a direction likely to swing on one axis over another. 

Al-Arabi newspaper reported in a report, quoting a member of the alliance of Sason Fadil al-Obeidi, that 'the Americans and Iranians have been in Baghdad since last night' 

Pointing out that in the end there will be no government unless the two sides agree on the Iraqi file.

 

The well-informed sources of the (Tigris) confirmed the presence of Soleimani and Kawtharani in Baghdad to fill the Shiite house and the announcement of the largest bloc as quickly as possible. 

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US President George W. Bush's envoy meets with Iraqi officials to discuss the formation of a government that Washington says must rule out corrupt officials.

US President “George W . Bush????🤣😂Really...🤪

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Secretary General of the Islamic Virtue Party, Abdul Hussein al-Moussawi, met with US special envoy to the Middle East, Brett McGurk, on Saturday, the vision of his party to accelerate the formation of the government. 

"The Secretary-General of the Islamic Virtue Party, Abdul-Hussein al-Moussawi, met US Special Envoy to the Middle East, Brett McGurk, and the two sides discussed the latest political developments," the statement said.

He added that "Moussaoui presented during the meeting the vision of virtue, which included standards and controls and mechanisms to accelerate the formation of the government to adopt the formation of a national space from the winning blocs in which the program discusses the government priorities to combat corruption and terrorism and provide services and provide employment opportunities and agree on the criteria and conditions and specifications of the Prime Minister. 

He added that "the meeting was attended by the US ambassador to Iraq Silyman and the head of the Virtue Bloc Ammar Tohma."
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Mr. Ammar al-Hakim to Trump's envoy: Opportunities for national majority are imminent
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The head of the National Alliance, Mr. Ammar al-Hakim, Saturday, that "the chances of the national majority project is imminent and clearer than before."
"Mr. Ammar al-Hakim received the US President's envoy to the International Coalition Against Terrorism, Bert Magurk, and stressed Iraq's urgent need for a strong and capable government capable of meeting the aspirations of the Iraqi people under the conditions set by the supreme religious authority," the statement said. 
The head of the National Alliance, according to the statement, "the importance of ending the political debates and the removal of the government from political rivalries and overriding public interest," pointing out that "the chances of the national majority project is imminent and explained than before, especially as we approach the ratification of the Federal Court on the results of the elections." 
He renewed the call for "constructive dialogue to end the state of conflicts in the region so that their peoples can live in peace and to promote their development," pointing to the "repeated rejection of the policy of starving peoples."
He called for "the need to take into account the special circumstances of Iraq and its relationship with the neighboring countries and the region, especially the relationship with the Islamic Republic of Iran."
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Vice President Nuri al-Maliki said during a meeting with US special envoy Brett McGurk on Sunday that the political majority project is still the best solution to get rid of crises.

"Vice President Nuri Kamal al-Maliki received in his official office today the special envoy of the President of the United States of America, Brett McGurk, in the presence of Ambassador Douglas Silliman. During the meeting, they reviewed the political and security situation in Iraq and the region, Strengthening bilateral relations between the two friendly countries. " 

He stressed that "the draft political majority is still the best solution to get rid of the chronic political, security, economic and social crises experienced by Iraq, and start to form a strong government capable of maintaining security and stability and restore the prestige of the state and the promotion of services." 

He pointed out that "the national forces approached a lot of the issue of the formation of the largest bloc, especially as the ratification of the election results by the Federal Court."
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Maliki meets MacGork and confirms the near formation of the largest bloc
 
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Deputy Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki received today in his official office the special envoy of the President of the United States of America, Brett McGurk, in the presence of Ambassador Douglas Silliman. 
 

Maliki's media office said in a statement that "during the meeting to review the latest political and security situation in Iraq and the region and ways to strengthen bilateral relations between the two friendly countries,"  


Maliki said, according to the statement, that 'the draft majority of the political is still the best solution to get rid of the political, security, economic and social crises Chronic living in Iraq ', 

The statement pointed out that it is necessary to "start to form a strong government capable of maintaining security and stability and restoring the prestige of the state and the promotion of services." 

Maliki said that 'the national forces approached a lot of the issue of the formation of the largest bloc, especially with the approach of ratification of the election results by the Federal Court'.

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Vice President Nuri al-Maliki said on Sunday that the national forces came close to the issue of forming the largest bloc, while noting that the draft of the political majority is still the best solution. 

The office of al-Maliki said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, a copy of it, "Vice President Nuri Kamal al-Maliki received in his office today the special envoy of the President of the United States of America, Brett McGurk in the presence of the US ambassador to Iraq, Douglas Silliman," noting that "was during the review of the latest political and security situation In Iraq and the region, and ways to strengthen bilateral relations between the two friendly countries. "

 
 


"The majority of the political project is still the best solution to get rid of the chronic political, security, economic and social crises experienced by Iraq, and start to form a strong government able to maintain security and stability and restore the prestige of the state and the promotion of services." 

He added that "the national forces approached a lot of the issue of the formation of the largest bloc, especially as the ratification of the election results by the Federal Court." 

The Federal Court announced on Sunday its ratification of the final results of the parliamentary elections, indicating that the decision was made by consensus.

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Masoum meets US ambassador and announces his intention to call parliament to convene

August 19, 2018

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President Fuad Masum confirmed his intention to call the elected parliament to convene during the constitutional period in preparation for the exercise of legislative and oversight functions, and while thanking the US ambassador in Iraq for his country’s interest in supporting the political process, he expressed confidence in the success of political forces in reaching understandings to form The next government.

This came in a statement to the Presidency of the Republic and distributed at the dawn of Monday after receiving President of the Republic Fuad Masum, US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Silliman, where they reviewed ways to strengthen relations of cooperation between the two countries and the two friendly peoples as well as the overall political developments in Iraq and the region, according to the statement.

According to the statement, he thanked the United States for supporting the political process in Iraq, stressing the determination to “invite the elected parliament to convene during the constitutional period in preparation for the exercise of legislative and supervisory functions.”

He also noted his satisfaction with the announcement by the Federal Court of its ratification of the final results of the elections held last May, without commenting on accusations of forgery or appeals that were not considered.

He also expressed his confidence that “the political forces succeed in reaching the necessary understandings to form the next government during the constitutional period to ensure that citizens’ demands are met with services, unemployment, security and deepening national unity and democracy.”

For his part, the US ambassador reiterated his country’s support for the stability of Iraq and to continue to provide the necessary assistance to Iraqis in all fields within the framework of the strategic agreement between the two countries. He thanked President Masum for his interest in shedding light on all efforts exerted to deepen the unity of Iraqis and progress of their country.

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BAGHDAD, Aug. 20 (Petra) - Iraqi President Fuad Masum confirmed his intention to call the new parliament to convene during the constitutional period, which began on Sunday after the ratification of the Federal Supreme Court on the results of the parliamentary elections. 
During his meeting with US Ambassador to Baghdad Douglas Silliman, Masoum said he was determined to invite the elected parliament to convene during the constitutional period of 15 days in preparation for exercising its legislative and supervisory functions. 
The head of the Iraqi government Haider Abadi, called the President infallible to call the new House of Representatives to convene after the ratification of the elimination of the winning names. 
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Middle East: The largest bloc emerged from the Shiites and became the hands of McGurk and Sulaimani and the conflict raging

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Middle East: The largest bloc emerged from the Shiites and became the hands of McGurk and Sulaimani and the conflict raging

 

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Iraqi sources revealed that the largest parliamentary bloc seems to have emerged in one way or another from the hands of the winning blocs, especially the Shiite ones, represented by the two axes the first includes the blocs 'Sauron' backed by Moqtada al-Sadr and 'Nasser' led by Prime Minister outgoing Haider Abadi, And the second axis represented by the conquests 'conquest' led by Hadi al-Amiri and 'rule of law' led by Nuri al-Maliki. 

The newspaper 'Middle East' quoted sources as saying that it 'has become in the hands of US envoys Brett McGurk and Iranian Qassem Soleimani, both in Baghdad for days'. 

"As the US envoy continues his consultations with Iraqi leaders in public, Sulaymani's only appearance was in Najaf during his visit there," said the sources, who asked not to be identified. 

The sources pointed out that 'the United States and according to the movements of McGourke resolved their choice in support of Abadi, according to messages delivered by McGurk to Iraqi leaders, including leaders of the victory coalition, led by Abadi after it was said that it is close to disintegration first before announcing a number of leaders Cohesion '. 

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The United States on Monday stressed that the formation of the new government in Iraq is purely Iraqi, stressing that the government should be formed in a way that protects the interests and national sovereignty of Iraq.

"We welcome the Federal Supreme Court's approval of the results of the national elections on Sunday and are pleased with the commitment of Iraq's newly elected leaders to form a new government under Iraq's constitutional timetable," the US embassy in Baghdad said in a statement.

The embassy added that "the formation of the new government is purely Iraqi issue and should be achieved in a manner that protects the interests and national sovereignty of Iraq," adding that "the United States under the Strategic Framework Agreement supports an independent Iraq and fully sovereign."

"The United States hopes that the next government will be formed on a national basis to continue to fight against corruption, protect the Iraqi people, seek basic economic reforms and build strong relations with the rest of the world to help meet the legitimate demands of the Iraqi people," the embassy said.

The Federal Court announced on Sunday (19 August 2018) its ratification of the final results of the elections of the House of Representatives, indicating that the decision was issued by consensus.

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WASHINGTON: We are pleased with the commitment of Iraq's newly elected leaders to form a new government

WASHINGTON: We are pleased with the commitment of Iraq's newly elected leaders to form a new government

Written by: mohanadat:August 20, 2018In: Iraq News , Top NewsNo Comments

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announced the US Embassy in Baghdad, on Monday, welcomed the ratification of the results of the Iraqi national elections.

"They are pleased with the commitment of Iraq's newly elected leaders to form a new government under Iraq's constitutional timetable," the statement said.

"The formation of the new government is purely Iraqi and should be achieved in a way that protects Iraq's national interests and sovereignty."

"Under the Strategic Framework Agreement, the United States supports an independent Iraq and full sovereignty," the embassy said.

"The next government will be formed on a national basis to continue to fight against corruption, protect the Iraqi people, seek basic economic reforms and build strong relations with the rest of the world to help meet the legitimate demands of the Iraqi people," the embassy said.

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United States: The formation of the new government is purely Iraqi
[Ayna-Baghdad] 
US states welcomed, on Monday, the ratification of the results of the parliamentary elections in Iraq.
"We welcome the ratification by the Federal Supreme Court of the results of the national elections on Sunday and are pleased with the commitment of Iraq's newly elected leaders to form a new government under Iraq's constitutional timetable," said a statement by the US embassy in Iraq. 
"The formation of the new government is purely Iraqi and should be achieved in a way that protects Iraq's national interests and sovereignty," the statement said. "Under the Strategic Framework Agreement, the United States supports an independent and sovereign Iraq." 
The US embassy expressed its hope that the next government will be formed on a national basis to continue progress in fighting the fight against corruption, protecting the Iraqi people, seeking to achieve basic economic reforms and building strong relations with the rest of the world to help meet the legitimate demands of the Iraqi people.
The Federal Supreme Court on Sunday ratified the results of the parliamentary elections held on 12 May after a recount of some votes manually. 
The re-counting of those votes affected the result only in one seat. 
The court's approval means setting a 90-day constitutional deadline for the winning parties to form a new government.
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      Kado promised
      "Sanctions have been imposed on Qadu's promise that he is a foreigner, a leader or an entity official, including any government entity, who has been involved in / or committed serious human rights violations with respect to the leader or the official," the US Department said.
      She noted that "Qado is the commander of Brigade 30. The brigade has extracted funds from the population around the city of Bartala, in the Nineveh Plain, through extortion, illegal arrests and kidnapping."
      "Major General 30 has often detained people without warrants or fraudulent orders, and imposed arbitrary customs duties at checkpoints," she said.
      According to the ministry, "local people claim that the 30th Brigade is responsible for committing horrendous crimes, including physical intimidation, extortion, theft, kidnapping and rape."
      Nofal Hammadi Sultan
      On the former governor of Ninewa, the ministry said, "Nofal Hammadi has been sentenced to the Sultan as a foreigner / current or former government official, or person acting for or on behalf of that official, who is responsible for, or who is involved in, Directly or indirectly in corruption, including the misappropriation of state assets or the confiscation of private assets for personal gain or corruption related to government contracts, extraction of natural resources or bribery. "
      "The Sultan is the former governor of Nineveh After the ferry accident in Mosul, the center of Nineveh, which killed about 100 people, the Iraqi parliament removed the Sultan from office."
      "The ferry, loaded with five times more than its capacity, was transporting families to an island on the Tigris when it sank," he said, adding that the Iraqi authorities issued an arrest warrant for the former governor, who fled shortly after the incident.
      "In a letter addressed to members of parliament after the ferry incident, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi accused the Sultan of negligence and dereliction of duty and said there was evidence that the former governor was misusing the funds and misusing his authority."
      "On March 27, 2019, the Ninewa investigation court said al-Akeb and several other officials were suspected of misuse of their powers and waste of public money." The Sultan has faced widespread corruption allegations since 1994. "

      Ahmed al-Jubouri "Abu Mazen"
      "Ahmed al-Jubouri was penalized as a foreigner who is a current or former government employee, a person acting on behalf of or in charge of or in charge of / or an accomplice in / who has direct or indirect participation Directly involved in corruption, including the misappropriation of state assets or the confiscation of private assets for personal gain or corruption related to government contracts, extraction of natural resources or bribery. "
      She said that "Jubouri, also known as Abu Mazen, is the former ruler of Salahuddin in Iraq, and the current member of parliament, who participated in corruption."
      Al-Jubouri was dismissed as a governor and sentenced to prison in June 2017 after being convicted of misuse of power and federal funds and taking over land for personal use.
      "Jabouri is known to protect his personal interests by absorbing Iranian-backed agents operating outside the control of the state," she said. 
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