3,000 fine with chandeliers and calls for alternative livelihoods

Najaf-ALSHARQIYA  March 31: Najaf authorities recorded more than 3,000 violations of the curfew within two weeks, while security leaders assert that the sanctions will be toughened if they remain if the current state of disregard remains ... and reactions in Najaf differed on the mechanisms for imposing the curfew with the absence Alternatives to earners and workers with daily wages, as well as livelihood problems, upon which the Hajj report ceases


Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi said during the session that renewing confidence in the government

High-level political sources confirmed that the head of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hadi Al-Amri

The Iraqi Council of Representatives voted to approve the completion of the cabinet