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Al-Budairi: The first session of the parliament will be devoted to the accountability of Abadi and Jabouri and their referral to the judiciary

2018-08-11

Al-Budairi - The first session of the parliament will be devoted to the accountability of Abadi and Jabouri and their referral to the judiciary

Between the former deputy Ali al-Budairi, Saturday, that the first session of the new parliament will be devoted to the accountability of former Speaker of Parliament Salim al-Jubouri and current Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi and refer them to the judiciary on charges of defamation and politicization of the electoral process.

Al-Badairi said in a press statement that "the new House of Representatives will move towards accounting Jubouri and Abadiand refer them to the judiciary on charges of defamation and politicization of the electoral process,

Pointing out that "match the results of the elections proved that the calls of Abadi and Jubouri to go to the process of counting and sorting by hand is an attempt to gain political gains."

He added that "the Iraqi judiciary falls on the shoulders of accounting Abadi and Jabouri during the next stage to defame them with the existence of electoral fraud and wasting public money in the process of manual counting,

Noting that "their accountability will take place after the first meeting of the new House of Representatives to take legal ways to hold accountable all political figures who announced the existence of fraud in the electoral process for 2018."

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