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Jubouri attacks "partners" Halbusi: corrupt and traitors I ask you to head the parliament

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Jubouri attacks "partners" Halbusi: corrupt and traitors I ask you to head the parliament

Post  RamblerNash on Thu Oct 04, 2018 9:45 am

Jubouri attacks "partners" Halbusi: corrupt and traitors I ask you to head the parliament

Twilight News

2 hours ago

The former member of the House of Representatives Mishan Jubouri, on Thursday, "partners" the Iraqi parliament speaker Mohammed Halbusi.

Al-Jubouri said in a tweet followed by the Twilight News that "Mohamed Halabousi vows corrupt, conspirators and traitors who represented the Sunnis, forgetting that these descriptions apply first applies to his partners and allies who brought him to the presidency of Parliament," he said.

The former governor of Anbar, Mohamed Halboussi, was elected as the speaker of the Iraqi parliament after winning 169 votes, defeating his closest rival, former defense minister Khaled al-Obeidi, who received 89 votes.


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