Al-Kazemi determines the priorities of the Iraqi government … Corona and the killing of protesters

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Al-Kazemi At his expense "Twitter" "Today, the distinguished parliament has given confidence to my government, and I will work closely with the honorable ministerial team to win the trust and support of our people. My gratitude to all of our support and my hope that all political forces come together to face difficult challenges".

In front of The Iraqi Parliament After giving his government confidence, he said Al-Kazemi The new government is a government of dissolution, not a government of crises, stressing the refusal to use Iraq as an arena for hostilities. He also stressed the necessity of restricting arms to the hand of the state and the armed forces and to the order of the Commander in Chief.

He added that he would prioritize tackling the Corona virus pandemic, which has infected more than 2,000 Iraqis and killed more than 100, and held accountable killers of protesters in anti-government demonstrations in the past months.

He revealed that his government intends to prepare for early and fair elections, and that the government is in the process of establishing fraternal relations and cooperation with Arab brothers, neighbors, and the international community, as he put it.

Al-Kazemi summarized the addresses "Government priorities"With"The development and reform of government institutions, addressing economic and financial challenges and the pillars of external relations, fighting corruption and justice are a criterion for a successful state and peaceful protest as a way to guide the state, the federal government, the Kurdistan region, and the provinces".

He agreed The Iraqi Parliament Al-Kazemi’s government after 6 months without a government, after the tension between the parties remained on the ministerial seats until the last moments.

Mustafa al-Kazemi, head of intelligence, is leading the new government, while a number of ministerial candidates have been rejected, which means that al-Kazemi will start his term without a full government.

Former Prime Minister Adel Abdel-Mahdi, who headed a caretaker government, resigned last year after thousands of anti-government protesters took to the streets, demanding jobs and the departure of the ruling elite.

The protesters accused the political class that has taken power yet American invasion In 2003, which ousted Saddam Hussein, corruption led to the country’s economic devastation.

The conflict over cabinet portfolios since Abdul-Mahdi’s resignation in November prevented two former prime minister candidates from forming a government.

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Al-Kazimi explained on his account on Twitter, “Today, the distinguished parliament has given confidence to my government, and I will work closely with the honorable ministerial team to win the trust and support of our people. My gratitude to all of our support and my hope that all political forces come together to face difficult challenges.”

In front of the Iraqi parliament after giving his government confidence, Al-Kazemi said that the new government is a solution government and not a crisis government, stressing his refusal to use Iraq as an arena for attacks, and he stressed the necessity of restricting arms to the state and the armed forces and by order of the commander in chief.

He added that he would prioritize tackling the Corona virus pandemic, which has infected more than 2,000 Iraqis and killed more than 100, and held accountable killers of protesters in anti-government demonstrations in the past months.

He revealed that his government intends to prepare for early and fair elections, and that the government is in the process of establishing fraternal relations and cooperation with Arab brothers, neighbors, and the international community, as he put it.

Al-Kazemi summarized the headlines of “government priorities” by “developing and reforming government institutions, addressing economic and financial challenges and pillars of external relations, fighting corruption and justice, as a standard for a successful state and peaceful protest as a way to guide the state, the federal government, the Kurdistan region, and the provinces.”

And the Iraqi parliament approved the Al-Kazemi government after 6 months without a government, after the tension between the parties remained on the ministerial seats until the last moments.

Mustafa al-Kazemi, head of intelligence, is leading the new government, while a number of ministerial candidates have been rejected, which means that al-Kazemi will start his term without a full government.

Former Prime Minister Adel Abdel-Mahdi, who headed a caretaker government, resigned last year after thousands of anti-government protesters took to the streets, demanding jobs and the departure of the ruling elite.

The protesters accused the political class that took power after the US invasion in 2003, which toppled Saddam Hussein, of corruption that led the country to economic devastation.

The conflict over cabinet portfolios since Abdul-Mahdi’s resignation in November prevented two former prime minister candidates from forming a government.







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