Publish dateMonday 9 January 2023 - 15:40
Story Code : 263602
The former prime minister of Iraq fled to the UAE
The representative of Al-Fath coalition of Iraq said that Mustafa Al-Kazemi, the former prime minister of Iraq, fled to the Emirates due to the fear of being tried.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): Ali Turki al-Jamali, the representative of Fatah coalition of Iraq, announced today that the former prime minister of this country, Mustafa al-Kazemi, fled to the UAE three weeks ago.
Stating that Al-Kazemi escaped from Iraq through the Kurdistan region, told Al-Malouma news site: "Al-Kazemi's escape proves that he is afraid of the existence of cases against him in the trial, and maybe an order for his arrest will be issued because of these issues."
He continued by pointing out that one of the accusations against him is related to the assassination of martyrs Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis. Al-Kazemi was the head of the Iraqi Intelligence Service at that time.
This Iraqi representative pointed out that the parliament should follow up the case of the US crime against Soleimani and Al-Muhandis in order to find all the perpetrators of this crime.
In the end, Al-Jamali said that the parliament's follow-up is because the government is far away from the efforts of those who are putting pressure to end this case; Institutions such as the American Embassy or Washington's allied countries and the Zionist regime.
In this connection, Mohammad Mohei, the spokesman of "Kataib Hezbollah" of Iraq, emphasized that all the perpetrators of the assassination of Soleimani and Al-Muhandis must pay, and emphasized that al-Kazemi will never be able to escape a fair trial and retribution by fleeing.
The spokesperson of Kataib Hezbollah stated about Al-Kazemi's escape: "It is clear that Al-Kazemi took refuge with his American masters and all the evidences show that he was involved in the murder of these martyrs and was an accomplice in the execution of this crime, and we in Kataib Hezbollah from that moment First, we pointed the finger of accusation at al-Kazemi for the assassination of these martyrs, and his escape will never save him from a fair trial and retribution, and all the perpetrators of this crime, both at home and abroad, should pay atonement, if the Americans are spared from punishment. They are not, so how will petty mercenaries and traitors be safe? All legal and judicial measures in this regard continue, even though the US and some domestic parties are trying to disrupt it.
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