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Provincial Council: Iraqi Parliament’s Decision against Kirkuk Governor “Illegitimate and against the constitution”

2017/09/14 | 16:30

(Iraq Now News)-

WAAR-DUHOK: Head of the Brotherhood faction at the Kirkuk provincial council has rejected Iraqi parliament’s decision to dismiss governor Najmaddin karim, calling it “illegitimate and against the constitution”.

In a statement to repoters, Mohammed Kamal, head of the faction, explained that they will not be committed to the decision as it was made by a ...

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