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The first political reaction after the Al-Kazemi spokesman announced the disappearance '' of the government palace furniture DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

The first political reaction after the Al-Kazemi spokesman announced the disappearance '' of the government palace furniture

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The first political reaction after the Al-Kazemi spokesman announced the disappearance '' of the government palace furniture Empty The first political reaction after the Al-Kazemi spokesman announced the disappearance '' of the government palace furniture

Post by GirlBye on Tue Nov 17, 2020 4:51 pm

A leader in the Nasr Coalition, led by Haider al-Abadi, called today, Tuesday, to open an investigation into the disappearance of government palace furniture, according to what was announced by the Prime Minister's spokesman, Ahmed Mulla Talal.

The leader of the coalition, Aqeel al-Rudaini, told Baghdad Today that an urgent investigation must be opened regarding the disappearance of the government palace furniture, according to what the Prime Minister’s spokesperson announced, as these furniture are estimated in millions, and their disappearance is a clear theft of public money.

Al-Rudaini stated, "There are supervisory bodies specialized in following up this file, which are the Office of Financial Supervision, the Integrity Commission, and others, and the fate of the furniture must be revealed, and who is the entity or personality that brought it out."

And last Sunday, the spokesman for the Prime Minister, Ahmed Mulla Talal, revealed a surprise about the government palace. Mulla Talal said in a television statement that "the government palace is an important sovereign symbol of the state and was established by King Faisal II. Its furniture and the furniture of the Arab summit that was held in Baghdad in 2012 was evacuated before Al-Kazemi took office."

https://iraqakhbar.com/2760341
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