Shafaq News/ The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, called the competent authorities to form a fact-finding committee that includes ministers to evaluate the performance of the Babel governor.
Shafaq News Agency was first to report the move.
Al-Kadhimi's decision comes after Babel representatives in the parliament submitted a complaint against the governor during a meeting with the Prime Minister.
The governorate witnessed chaos these days; yesterday, MP Suha al-Sultani's bodyguards shot several demonstrators, including activist Dargham Majed.
The Babel police department announced an investigation to uncover the incident's circumstances today morning.
The "Imtidad" Movement gave the representative of the Sadrist bloc, Suha Al-Sultani, 48 hours to apologize for the assault made by her bodyguards against the activist Durgham Majid.
Later, a local source in Babel told Shafaq News Agency that a security force from Saraya al-Salam (Peace Brigades: the military wing of the Sadrist Movement) cordoned al-Sultani's house in al-Qasim district, south of Babel, "to protect her from the threats of the demonstrators."