Dismissed under threat in Basra ports

Basra-ALSharqiya June 20: Employees at the General Company for Iraqi Ports in Basra said that two deputies stormed the company’s headquarters accompanied by a military force to force the current manager, Abd Ali, to resign from his position, contrary to administrative controls and directives of the Prime Minister. Witnesses said that the military force that accompanied the two representatives cordoned the company’s building In Basra, after the custody of the site guards, awaiting the manager's signature to resign, in addition to the controls. It is noteworthy that Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi stressed 3 days ago that no general manager or special degree should be changed or replaced except with the approval of the Prime Minister and that staff cannot be forced to resign


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