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CNN. Broadcasting The Passing Of Kazemi’s Government !
Iraqi lawmakers assert their patriotism and pass the rescue booth
Policy , 05/20/2020 3:57
Baghdad - Iraq today:
Broad popular circles welcomed the role that the Iraqi representatives played in the historic session in which the vote on Al-Kazimi's national government ended a few moments ago, stressing that this government is a purely Iraqi option; The deputies of the Iraqi people have demonstrated their patriotism and courage in passing the choices that are in line with the people's aspirations, hopes and aspirations.
And these circles emphasized in conversations for (Iraq Today) that "passing the government through this unique and unanimous national consensus also revealed the extent of depth and convergence between the deputies of the Iraqi people and the aspirations of the people who waited and endured a lot, and here is the watershed moment has come and the time has come for salvation from the state The patient, indeed, a new Iraq has started from this moment, and the Iraqis have established another national system, on the ruins of a system that the resigned Abdul Mahdi government has prepared for. "
Ali Muhammad Hassan said, "The watershed moment today has revealed that another Iraq has begun; and that the response by the Iraqi people's representatives has revealed that they are on the side of the people and responsible for their national decision, and they have succeeded in a critical and pivotal test."
He added that "the formation of Al-Kazemi's government now has ended and turned a long page of political and partisan conflicts and a stage that has exhausted the people and destroyed the country's resources."
While lawyer Zaid Ali said, "The formation of the government dealt a strong blow to the forces of external interference in the Iraqi file, and ended the control of embassies and foreign figures over the government file. Rather, the government’s passing was a real victory for the Iraqi will, and the stage of harvesting the fruits of the brave popular protest that brought down corruption has now begun. And his thrones. "
He added that "the democratic construction in the country has really strengthened now and the era ended in which the ministries were presented in a public bazaar and granted not the basis of independence and efficiency, but on the basis of partisanship, side loyalties
and corrupt deals, but this time has ended, so that the time of Iraq has already begun."
The citizen Muhammad Ali praised the Shiite blocs that succeeded in encircling their differences and stopping the conspiracies that were hatched for the failure to pass this retaliatory government, stressing that such an option was in response to the aspirations and desire of the Iraqi people and the supreme authority that called for the formation of an Iraqi government that met the aspirations of its uprising people.
The great role that Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazimi has played in the past days is praised, and how he managed to stand up to all difficulties and obstacles with a strong spirit and a confident heart, so victory was his ally.
Blessing to the Iraqis this democratic and civilized achievement, which was achieved in harsh economic, health, security and political conditions.
CNN. Broadcasting While Reviewing The List - Where I See The Name ‘Davis’ Scribbled In Crayon !
The list of candidates for Al-Kazemi’s government arrives in Parliament
5th May, 2020
Burhanuddin Ishaq, the advisor to the Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, revealed on Tuesday that the list of names of candidates for ministerial portfolios in the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi has arrived in Parliament
In a special statement to Shafaq News, Ishaq said, "Lists of the names of the candidates for the cabinet cabinet reached the House of Representatives
He added that the CVs of the candidates will be distributed to members of Parliament for review before the session on granting confidence on Wednesday
Parliament is scheduled to hold the special session to consider granting confidence or not to the Al-Kazemi government tomorrow (today), at exactly nine o'clock in the evening
For the government to obtain the confidence of Parliament, an absolute majority (50 percent + 1) is required for the number of members present (not the total number) to grant confidence
The constitutional deadline for Al-Kazemi to pass his government in parliament expires on May 9 this year amid the expansion of the circle of opponents to pass his government in the past few days, after he was initially supported by the vast majority of political blocs
In the event that Al-Kazemi obtains confidence from the parliament, the new government will succeed the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, who resigned in early December 2019 under pressure from popular protests calling for the departure and accountability of the political class accused of corruption and waste of state funds
CNN. Broadcasting In The ‘Wheelbarrow’ While “Passing” Go And Collecting $200 Dollars !
Deputies likely to pass the government of Al-Kazemi midway this week
Saturday 02 May 2020
Baghdad / Al-Sabah
Setting the date of the extraordinary parliament session for voting on the cabinet and the government program for Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi has become a matter of time, notably, especially after the formation of a parliamentary committee to study the government curriculum, and the assertion of political sources that the ministerial cabinet is witnessing putting the final touches on it, which in turn indicated that the government The taxpayer will pass comfortably.
The representative of the Yezidis, Saeb Khadr, confirmed in an interview with Al-Sabah that the file of forming the government and granting it confidence is nearing the end and will be put this week for a vote in the parliament, indicating that the ministerial formation will pass without major objections.
Numbness added that the protests are limited to the representation of minorities in the new government, as we did not have the opportunity to meet the designated Prime Minister and he did not request us to meet us in negotiations to form the cabinet, although the government program has positive points regarding minorities, indicating that our lack of meeting with the Prime Minister-designate is a negative indication We hope to remedy it.
He noted that if the government is formed and solutions are provided to minority issues such as resolving the file of the displaced and protecting the minorities in real terms on the ground, we will support the government, but if our issues are not resolved, then we will have another position, stating as Iraqis that the country’s interest in achieving security, returning the displaced, meeting the demands of the demonstrators and preserving On the sovereignty of the country and providing job opportunities, we will not be against the government project.
As for the government curriculum, MP Al-Yazidi said that the lesson in the results and implementation is the government program, although its beautiful phrases are devoid of details, and the government curriculum reading committee worked out important details for it, stressing that the parliament will give confidence to the government program in the session of granting confidence.
In the same context, a member of the victory coalition, Saad al-Lami, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA) about settling the dispute between the political blocs over the ministries of foreign affairs, finance and youth.
Al-Lami added that "the victory coalition is still supportive of the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi, despite some reservations," noting that "the goal of victory is to proceed to early, fair and transparent elections and rid of the issue of fraud."
On a related level, Member of Parliament Abbas Al-Zameli said, in a press statement: "The government curriculum of the Prime Minister-designate was based on basic issues, including preparing for elections away from the effects of arms, political money, the health aspect, and the economic crisis," noting that "the program is short but fulfills Purpose, given that the next stage and the government's duties do not have many ramifications.
Al-Zamili added, "Although there are difficulties in the transit steps from inside the parliament dome of Al-Kazemi's booth, but public data currently indicate that it can cross, we believe that it will take place in the middle of next week," noting that "Al-Kazemi's failure to address in his program the issue of removing foreign forces, on Considering that it is a parliamentary decision and the resigned government has already started these procedures and many forces have started leaving our country, given that the survival of these forces is popular and political rejected.
Al-Zamili affirmed, “In the event that the data change and the session does not take place in the middle of next week, then things mean a negative trend, and there is a deep disagreement in the form of the government, which is a scenario we do not wish and exclude, given that there are some differences between the taxpayer and some political forces, but it can be overcome within the ceiling Constitutionally determined for the period of government presentation.
The spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Abdul Karim Khalaf, had revealed to Al-Sabah that the Prime Minister-designate had received the file of negotiations with America to be fully aware of all issues that would be discussed with the United States to follow up on it, and to take the necessary steps regarding it after the formation of the new government. link
The Official Newspaper Talks About The Scenes Of The "Decisive" Meeting Of The Shiite Forces: A Grreen Light For The Person Charged !By DinarThug
CNN. Broadcasting A Green Light For The Kazemi Camel Motorcade To Proceed !
The official newspaper talks about the scenes of the "decisive" meeting of the Shiite forces: a green light for the person charged
2020.04.29 - 10:33
People - Baghdad
The official newspaper, Wednesday, shed light on the developments of the file of the Cabinet of the Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi, noting that the taxpayer has made good progress.
The newspaper "Al-Sabah" indicated in a report that was followed by "NAS" today (April 29, 2020), that Al-Kazemi "received a green light to present his government program in preparation for submitting his cabinet to Parliament."
The following is the text of the report:
Parliamentary sources confirmed that the Prime Minister-designate, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, had gone a long way with understandings regarding the cabinet, and that the Shiite blocs had given him the green light to present his program and the cabinet to Parliament and the request for a special confidence-granting session early next week.
While the State of Law coalition and Sadiqin bloc denied identifying specific names in the next government, the independent deputy, Basem Al-Khashan, pointed out that most of the political blocs imposed names in Al-Kazemi’s booth, and drew Kurdish MP Ala Talabani, that political forces sought to force Al-Kazemi to accept their terms in the distribution of ministerial portfolios.
Jassim al-Bakhati, a deputy for the al-Hikma movement, said in a press statement: "Although the current was absent from the meeting of the Shiite political blocs, which ended late Monday night, but its position remains consistent in support of the Prime Minister-designate and with the Shiite consensus in the issue of distribution of the cabin Ministerial while remaining reservations about its mechanisms. "
Al-Bukhati added, “The meeting of the Shiite political forces in which everything related to the cabinet cabinet and electoral spaces was decided, and it was agreed to cooperate to cross the stage,” noting that “the messages that we received from within the meeting were positive about passing the next government.”
A parliamentary source confirmed that the meeting of the Shiite political forces yesterday evening gave the green light to the Prime Minister-designate to present his program and the cabinet to Parliament and submit a request to hold the voting session early this next week.
In the context, the deputy of the Iraqi Forces Alliance, Muhammad al-Karbouli, said in a press statement that "everyone is still supportive of the Prime Minister-designate Mustafa al-Kazimi, but the problem lies in the distribution of quotas, where the dispute is now concentrated," noting that "al-Kazimi is going inside Parliament."
He added, "Al-Kazemi is now in the process of settling his differences with the Shiite blocs, which seem to have come a good way in the framework of the understandings."
However, the MP from the Alliance of Alliance Badr Al-Ziyadi believes, in a press statement, that Al-Kazemi failed from the beginning and did not benefit from his predecessors in forming the government, when he went towards the quota system and gave freedom to some political blocs to choose names to obtain ministerial positions in his government, and therefore was rejected The government formation by most of the Shiite component blocs.
Al-Ziyadi added that Al-Kazemi’s position became difficult because he could not choose an integrated ministerial cabinet, indicating that in the coming days his position will be very difficult.
Al-Ziyadi indicated that the prime minister-designate has two paths before him: either he goes toward choosing an independent booth and therefore will be rejected by political blocs that are still seeking to obtain the spoils and positions according to the quotas, or towards "apology".
While Kurdish MP Ala Talabani drew, that "some blocs cling to some positions and ministries and put a veto on some of the candidates, and work to impede the formation of the government," noting that "I do not think that the blocs want to overthrow Al-Kazemi, as was done with his predecessors (Adnan Al-Zrafi and Muhammad Allawi), But she wants to submit it to her conditions, and that the price of her approval for him to accept the conditions dictated to him. "
And apparently in response to the political blocs imposing their conditions on Al-Kazemi, the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, said in a statement received by "Al-Sabah": "The media space is witnessing irresponsible words and incorrect news about the formation of the government," stressing, "We have made with others and we are still, Intensive efforts to produce a coherent government that is truly representative of the interests of Iraq and capable of responding to crises with an efficient professional team. "
Al-Maliki added that "the coalition of the rule of law continues with the partners in accomplishing this difficult task, but we are really told, we did not nominate any minister to any ministry, and the assigned brother asked us to participate in the nomination, but we refused that, and we said frankly, what matters to us is that the government Powerful and capable of assuming its constitutional responsibilities, and the ministry and the site do not interest us as much as the ministerial formation concerns us. "
In the context, the representative of the Sadiqin bloc Saad Shaker Al-Khazali confirmed, in a press statement, that "the bloc will not be represented in the meetings of the political leaders with the Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi after she and the other Al-Fateh forces authorized its leader, Al-Amiri," noting that "the Sadiqin did not impose any Conditions or specify specific names for Al-Kazemi in his next booth. "
Khazali added that "the Al-Fateh Alliance is the most visible political bloc, due to the existence of a unified vision for all the regular forces under the Alliance, as well as having a clear vision for the next transitional period, especially his eagerness to commit to holding early elections."
In the meantime, the MP of the Kurdistan National Union bloc, Dylan Ghafour Salih, pledged the Kurdish position towards Al-Kazimi's booth, with the results of the Shiite house negotiations with him, stating that the Kurds are dealing with the formation of the government according to what others will deal with. But if the other blocs do not demand the nomination of specific persons, we will deal with the same framework.
Saleh added, in an interview with "Al-Sabah", that the Kurds will not be a factor of destabilization or a problem in the formation of the government, but will go to the way the rest of the partners deal and wait for the results of the consultations inside the Shiite house, explaining that if the prime minister-designate chooses anyone for a specific ministry according to his measurements and with approval The political blocs without their interference in the choice will not have the Kurdish component any objection, but if the blocs interfere, demanded their ministerial entitlements, the Kurds will demand exactly the same.
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