Al-Araji: Conflict and chaos in Iraq are imminent

Baghdad-AlSHARQIYA   August  12 : Former Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Baha Al-Araji said that the state of clash and chaos is not far from the Iraqi reality in light of the current data, and that early elections will not take place either in April, June, or even in October
Al-Araji said during the Game of Chairs program that everyone is talking today about the need to confine weapons in the hands of the state before holding any elections, but the most important question is, "Is there a state in Iraq in order to confine weapons in their own hands?"
The former Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister, Bahaa Al-Araji, revealed a harmful struggle over important sites, namely the Baghdad Municipality, the Central Bank and the Investment Commission ... and he told the Chairs Game program that political blocs are fighting and pressing for these sites


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