Iraqi media recently revealed a major dispute between the Basra police and the governor because of the number of protection personnel stationed near the house of Eidani and his deputies.
The Iraqi judiciary on Thursday issued an arrest warrant against the governor of Basra, As'ad al-Eidani, for defamation and defamation, in accordance with Article 433 of the Penal Code in the country.
The website "Alsumaria" posted the arrest warrant against al-Eidani following the lawsuit filed by the Interior Ministry and the former Basra police chief, Major General Jassim al-Saadi.
The head of the Basra police filed a lawsuit against the governor of Basra on charges of defaming his reputation, while the Ministry of Interior has also filed a lawsuit against Eidani to overcome the police chief and the ministry's forces in the province.
Basra Governor Asaad al-Eidani recently accused Basra's operations and police chiefs of administrative and financial corruption and of receiving bribes.
The Iraqi media revealed recently, a major dispute erupted between the Basra police and the governor because of the number of protection personnel stationed near the house of Eidani and his deputies, where the provincial police believe that a large number of security elements are based on the protection of Eidani and members of the provincial council, which is a burden on them.
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi dismissed the former Basra police chief following accusations by governor As'ad al-Eidani of corruption and bribery.