Al-Kazemi sacks the police chief and cancels the licenses to carry weapons

Baghdad-ALsharqiya, November 28: The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, issued an order to dismiss the police chief of Dhi Qar, cancel licenses to carry weapons, and open an investigation into the events of Al-Haboubi, on Friday.

The spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Yahya Rasul, said that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi formed a committee to investigate the events of Nasiriyah on Friday and announce a curfew there, as well as canceling the permits to carry weapons to prevent further repercussions that harm civil peace in Iraq. According to the statement, Al-Kazemi stressed that the tension in Iraq is not in the interest of the country, and that there is no substitute for law, order and justice, including justice for the blood that was shed in the Friday events. The statement indicated that the Iraqi government committed itself to its pledge and set a date for the elections, so that the ballot box is the only decisive factor in determining positions, and that the alternative to this box is chaos that is not accepted by religion, principle, or national outlook.


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