Reuters ALAA AL-MARJANI
The leader of the Iraqi “Sadrist Movement”, Muqtada al-Sadr, threatened to launch a “severe” parliamentary campaign in the event that the anti-Coronavirus vaccine was delayed in the country.
Al-Sadr said in his tweet on Twitter: “There is a clear failure by the government regarding the arrival of the vaccine against the spreading epidemic … and if it does not reach the specified date, then we have a severe parliamentary campaign.”
He continued: “In addition to his free when he arrives, this does not mean that he will not be far from the hands of the corrupt. He took money from the people for an excuse or another, such as offering his vaccination to others or selling it illegally in the markets and the like..so be careful, otherwise we are forced to do what is necessary within the frameworks.” Legal. “
He advised to “start registering the names of citizens, starting from remote and poor areas, because they are more vulnerable to the pandemic.”
He added, “In addition to the fact that vaccination with the vaccine is not final. Rather, the disease must be prevented, as the specialists say, by staying away from gatherings and adhering to prevention through masks and the like, so citizens must abide by that.”