Parliament Speaker threatens land mafias in Nineveh

Mosul-ALSHARQIYA   July  28 : Iraqi Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi threatened the land mafias and trespassers on state property in Nineveh, promising them a deterrent legal response

Al-Halbousi told Al-Sharqiya News after his meeting with the directors of the departments in the municipality that Mosul will witness a new phase in the reconstruction and provision of the basic requirements for its people, describing the municipal departments as the tip of the spear in the reconstruction program

The Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, conducted a night tour in a number of neighborhoods of the city of Mosul during his visit to Nineveh Governorate.

During his tour, Al-Halbousi met hundreds of residents of Bab Al-Toub in the center of Mosul and listened to their needs and demands, noting that Mosul needs a lot of work and effort in order to restore it to its previous era.


Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi affirmed that confronting violations

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi discussed with the security leaders in Karbala

A coalition candidate who came forward on behalf of Diyala Raad Al-Dahlaki