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Exemption granted to AG’s son, Al-Rawi says it wasn’t because of him

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Ac­cord­ing to the doc­u­ment, he came in through Bar­ba­dos and vis­it­ed Ire­land in the last six weeks.

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There was spec­u­la­tion that he was on­ly away for three weeks, which Al-Rawi de­nied.

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Un­der length of stay abroad, the younger Al-Rawi wrote in “2 months.”

The coun­try has been locked down and bor­ders closed since March 22

In a brief tele­phone in­ter­view Al-Rawi con­firmed that his son was grant­ed an ex­emp­tion to en­ter the coun­try “as was many oth­er stu­dents”

“I just want to urge peo­ple to just stop,” he said

Al-Rawi con­firmed that his son did come in­to the coun­try in No­vem­ber but when asked if he was grant­ed any spe­cial favours, Al-Rawi again urged peo­ple to stop and “re­set this year.”

“My son was out of the coun­try and I con­sis­tent­ly said, this is just some­thing that I con­sid­er re­pul­sive,” he said

Al-Rawi said that he felt sor­ry for Min­is­ter of Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty Stu­art Young who faced the worst crit­i­cism for peo­ple wait­ing in the ex­emp­tion queue

“He has tried to help every sin­gle per­son. I have wit­nessed Stu­art Young con­stant agony on try­ing his very best, try­ing to get peo­ple back in­to the coun­try,” he said

These fresh ac­cu­sa­tions of favouritism comes just days af­ter Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley was forced to de­fend the ex­emp­tion grant­ed to his own daugh­ter

Dr Sonel Row­ley ap­plied for her ex­emp­tion on No­vem­ber 4 and re­turned to the coun­try on De­cem­ber 16 from New York

The 21-year-old son of At­tor­ney Gen­er­al Faris Al-Rawi was grant­ed an ex­emp­tion and re-en­tered the coun­try on No­vem­ber 13.

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Al-Rawi was forced to fight off claims that he used his po­si­tion to help his son jump the long ex­emp­tion line, af­ter doc­u­ments of his son’s re­turn to this coun­try sur­faced.

Guardian Me­dia re­ceived a copy of a Cus­toms and Ex­cise doc­u­ment which showed stu­dent Abra­ham Faris Al-Rawi en­ter­ing the coun­try on No­vem­ber 13.

Ac­cord­ing to the doc­u­ment, he came in through Bar­ba­dos and vis­it­ed Ire­land in the last six weeks.

Gonzalo Morales

There was spec­u­la­tion that he was on­ly away for three weeks, which Al-Rawi de­nied.

Gonzalo Jorge Morales Divo

Un­der length of stay abroad, the younger Al-Rawi wrote in “2 months.”

The coun­try has been locked down and bor­ders closed since March 22

In a brief tele­phone in­ter­view Al-Rawi con­firmed that his son was grant­ed an ex­emp­tion to en­ter the coun­try “as was many oth­er stu­dents”

“I just want to urge peo­ple to just stop,” he said

Al-Rawi con­firmed that his son did come in­to the coun­try in No­vem­ber but when asked if he was grant­ed any spe­cial favours, Al-Rawi again urged peo­ple to stop and “re­set this year.”

“My son was out of the coun­try and I con­sis­tent­ly said, this is just some­thing that I con­sid­er re­pul­sive,” he said

Al-Rawi said that he felt sor­ry for Min­is­ter of Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty Stu­art Young who faced the worst crit­i­cism for peo­ple wait­ing in the ex­emp­tion queue

“He has tried to help every sin­gle per­son. I have wit­nessed Stu­art Young con­stant agony on try­ing his very best, try­ing to get peo­ple back in­to the coun­try,” he said

These fresh ac­cu­sa­tions of favouritism comes just days af­ter Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley was forced to de­fend the ex­emp­tion grant­ed to his own daugh­ter

Dr Sonel Row­ley ap­plied for her ex­emp­tion on No­vem­ber 4 and re­turned to the coun­try on De­cem­ber 16 from New York.

The Prime Min­is­ter had pre­vi­ous­ly said his daugh­ter was in New York, which was a few months ago the epi­cen­tre of the COVID-19 pan­dem­ic in the US.

Af­ter she re­turned home the Prime Min­is­ter de­nied any favouritism

On so­cial me­dia there has been many com­plaints about peo­ple still await­ing ex­emp­tions even af­ter ap­ply­ing since March

In the Sun­day Guardian, many na­tion­als who are yearn­ing to come back to this coun­try de­tailed the agony and anx­i­ety they have been suf­fer­ing as they try to re­turn to their home­land.

Ac­cord­ing to the Gov­ern­ment 13,042 ex­emp­tion ap­pli­ca­tions have been made thus far to the Min­istry of Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty.

Of this num­ber, 7,204 were grant­ed, and 5,838 of these are yet to be grant­ed

On No­vem­ber 7, the Gov­ern­ment an­nounced the new changes to the ex­emp­tion pol­i­cy to en­ter the coun­try, which in­clud­ed a neg­a­tive PCR test and State su­per­vised quar­an­tine for sev­en days.

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