Iraq .. Closing down the Green Zone after a push from the popular crowd
Iraqi sources announced the closure of the Green Zone in Baghdad, after the spread of gunmen in the nearby streets after the arrest of a leader in the Popular Mobilization Militia.
An Iraqi security force carried out, at dawn on Wednesday, the arrest of the accused Qassem Mahmoud Karim Musleh, and an investigation is underway with him by a joint investigation committee into the criminal charges against him in accordance with the legal contexts.
It is noteworthy that the mother of activist Ihab Al-Wazni, who was assassinated on the ninth of this month in Karbala, accused Mosleh in more than one meeting of being involved in the assassination of her son, after he revealed, according to her, the corruption files in which Mosleh was involved.
On Wednesday, an Iraqi political source revealed that there is tension between the Popular Mobilization Authority and Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, against the background of the arrest of the PMF leader.
After the arrest, gunmen from the Popular Mobilization Forces deployed inside the Green Zone near the Battlefield, before the militias withdrew.
Our correspondent quoted sources as saying that negotiations are taking place between the Popular Mobilization Forces and the Iraqi government for the release of the detained leader link
Let’s just talk some sense here. (Not that Iraq is often sensible) Currency value reflects the wealth of a country. Iraq is becoming more wealthy every day because of oil sales at an unforeseen high price per barrel. So I think the currency is in for a significant bump up. Maybe 1-1? Or back where it should be? Fingers crossed. It’s gonna be good news no matter what.
Source: Dinar Recaps
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