State law calls on Abadi to open an "urgent" investigation of the bombings of Karbala and al-Masib

MP for the coalition of state law, Fardous Al-Awadi, on Saturday, Prime Minister, Haider Abadi, to open an urgent investigation into the bombings in Karbala and Mesib, asserting that the bombings are behind countries that do not want to stabilize Iraq.

Al-Awadi said in a statement received by "Al-Ghad Press" a copy of it, "the terror of terrorism once again against the innocent civilians oppressed in Karbala and the holy Musayyib in the province of Babylon, and took the lives of dozens of them between a martyr and wounded."

"This terrorist attack is backed by international circles that do not want stability in Iraq, an attempt to punish Iraq, which caused the end of terrorism in its last stronghold in Mosul," she said.

"This attack also represents the extent of the injustice to which the Iraqis are subjected, and the magnitude of the vicious attack paid by the innocent innocent Iraqis," she said.

Al-Awadi called on the Prime Minister, "to conduct an urgent investigation and find out the source of these two security breaches, in two provinces from two stable provinces."

Karbala province witnessed the dawn of Friday, a car bomb explosion in a car garage, which resulted in the deaths of dozens of dead and wounded, while saw the district of Musayyib another terrorist bombing at the entrance to the large Musayyib market.