He does NOT have the right to veto or abolish any law. He has resigned, he is not our leader. Not to mention that the representatives that showed up were all from the majority with links to militias, while most of the Sunni and almost all of the Kurdish representatives boycotted the vote due to receiving death threats by militia members. Tell me how on earth OP is evaluating this from a democratic point of view when everything in this process is NOT democratic.
Furthermore, after the US determined that Qais al Khazlai was behind a lot of the killings (his militia, Asaib Ahl al Haq) they put sanctions on him. Since then, his commander Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis (Soulemani’s right-hand man, who died in the bombing with him and led the PMF; a collection of militias that mirror the IRGC for Iraq) and his militia Kata’ib Hezbollah has been launching missiles at US bases for weeks.
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