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Al-Shabaki: Al-Kazemi is obligated to implement the parliament’s decision and remove foreign forces from Iraq

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Al-Shabaki: Al-Kazemi is obligated to implement the parliament’s decision and remove foreign forces from Iraq

 05/21/2020
 
  
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deputy of the networking component within the Al-Fateh Qusai Al-Shabaki coalition confirmed that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi committed himself to abide by the parliament’s decision to remove foreign forces from Iraq , pointing out that Al-Kazemi’s government program included removing these forces and the mechanism for dealing with them.
Al-Shabaki said in a statement to "Information", that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazimi put in his ministerial platform during the session of granting confidence a paragraph related to how to deal with the presence of foreign forces inside Iraq ."
He added that "Al-Kazemi committed himself to abide by the House of Representatives decision regarding ending the foreign presence in Iraqi territory and dealing with the matter in the event of any meeting with the American side during the coming period."
Al-Shabaki said, “The prime minister will fulfill the promise he made regarding implementing the parliament’s decision to remove foreign forces fromIraq . ” 25 n ended

 

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The Deputy Speaker of Parliament announces the referral of ministers from the previous government to the judiciary

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The first deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi, revealed on Thursday that referring ministers in the previous government who have corruption files to the judiciary, stressing that these ministers will bear the results of their corruption in the coming days and will be brought to justice and integrity.
Al-Kaabi said in a statement reported by the official newspaper Al-Sabah and seen by him / the information: “The steps that the government will take during the next stage will focus on a number of important files announced during the voting session on the government booth and the ministerial platform, and these tasks will not be expanded in Other fields. ”
He added that "one of the priorities that the government will start implementing during the next stage is focusing on administrative reform and fighting financial corruption, especially in some ministries that have been corrupted by corruption, as well as the security file, training and armament, fighting ISIS and restricting weapons to the state."
Al-Kaabi said, “The coming days will see the corrupt ministers bear the consequences and consequences of their corruption and will be brought to justice and integrity.” And he stated that “the government's priorities during the coming period, to refer ministers in the previous government who have corruption files on the judiciary.”
On the other hand, Al-Kaabi stressed, "The necessity of holding early and fair elections and preparing the technical, logistical and financial requirements and the democratic and security climate for their success, which is the main demand for the demonstrators, and it is also one of the priorities of the ministerial curriculum after the comprehensive change in the structure of the organizational election commission."
And Al-Kaabi said that “those priorities and tasks entrusted to the Al-Kazemi government are fraught with challenges and need to insist to implement their vocabulary, especially with regard to the security and economic aspect, as well as other details that need to be reconsidered related to evaluating capabilities to build the economy through investment and encouraging the private sector and its participation in The development programs will have a positive impact on the entire economic process in the country. Ended / 25

 

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He ruled out the resumption of the sessions .. Haddad: Differences hindered the resolution of the vacant ministries

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The second deputy speaker of parliament, Bashir Haddad, revealed on Thursday that there were differences between the political parties over the remaining ministerial portfolios that prevented their resolution until now, indicating that Parliament will hold two sessions to vote on the remaining ministerial portfolios and the federal budget law for 2020 as soon as they come from The government, while ruled out the resumption of the parliament sessions as usual at the present time.
Haddad said in a statement reported by the official Al-Sabah newspaper, which was viewed by him / information / that, “The Parliament is scheduled to hold two sessions soon, the first of which is to vote on the remaining ministerial portfolios and complete the government formation if a list of the names of candidates is received,” noting that “the Parliament will hold a session Another to discuss and approve the Federal Budget Law for 2020, if it is received from the government.
He added that "there are differences between the political blocs regarding the nomination of candidates for the remaining ministerial portfolios, and were it not for those differences, these ministries would not have been vacant until now, and they would have been resolved early and passed", pointing out that "the lack of voting on these bags reveals the size of the differences between Different political parties.
Haddad called on all parties to have more dialogues to reach a consensus on submitting candidates to vacant bags as soon as possible, in order to display them inside the parliament dome to vote on them and complete the government booth, especially since the country is passing through a critical situation and needs stability in all joints of the state, foremost of which is the completion of the ministerial cabinet So that the government can carry out measures and reforms to save the country from the crises surrounding it. "
Haddad ruled out, "The parliament will resume its meetings normally due to the curfew and the Corona pandemic, and the inability to move deputies from their governorates to attend the sessions of the parliament," expecting that "the parliament will resume its sessions after the stability of the health situation in the country and control of the Corona epidemic." Ended / 25

 

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/05/21/475265/

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Within only 20 days ... Customs or Umm Qasr revenues amount to 11 billion dinars

 05/21/2020

 
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Baghdad - Mawazine News

 Customs revenue of Umm Qasr Al Awsat in Basra Governorate has reached more than 11 billion dinars during the past 20 days.
The director of the center, Abdul Jalil Subhi, said that "the center's revenues amounted to more than 11 billion dinars during the past twenty days, as it is the highest customs office in the port during the current Corona virus crisis."
Sobhi added that "the center's administration prepared a plan to maximize the customs center's resources to support the government's plan to open non-oil financial outlets."
He stressed, "The possibility of achieving this by simplifying customs procedures and forming monitoring and control committees to reduce the phenomenon of customs evasion." Ended 29 / p.

 

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Al-Kaabi: Referring to former high-ranking officials

05/21/2020

 
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Baghdad - Mawazine News

On Thursday, First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi revealed the referral of ministers in the previous government who have corruption files to the judiciary, stressing that these ministers will bear the consequences of their corruption in the coming days and will be brought to justice and integrity.
Al-Kaabi said, "The steps that the government will take during the next stage will focus on a number of important files that were announced during the voting session on the government booth and the ministerial platform, and these tasks will not be expanded in other areas."
He added that "one of the priorities that the government will start implementing during the next stage is focusing on administrative reform and fighting financial corruption, especially in some ministries that have been corrupted by corruption, as well as the security file, training and armament, fighting ISIS and restricting weapons to the state," stressing that "the days are coming". Corrupt ministers will bear the consequences and consequences of their corruption, and they will be brought to justice and integrity, "he said, adding that" the government's priorities during the coming period, referring ministers in the previous government who have corruption files on the judiciary. "
Al-Kaabi stressed "the necessity of holding early and fair elections and preparing the technical, logistical and financial requirements and the democratic and security climate for their success, which is the main demand for the demonstrators, and it is also one of the priorities of the ministerial curriculum after the comprehensive change in the structure of the organizational election commission."
And Al-Kaabi said that "those priorities and tasks entrusted to the Al-Kazemi government are fraught with challenges and need persistence to implement their vocabulary, especially with regard to the security and economic aspect, as well as other details that need to be reconsidered related to evaluating capabilities to build the economy through investment and encouraging the private sector and its participation The development programs have a positive impact on the entire economic process in the country. ”End / 29 / p

 

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Mourning reveals the reason for delaying the vacancy of the ministries

05/21/2020

 
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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News
, the second deputy speaker of parliament, Bashir Haddad, revealed on Thursday that there were differences between the political parties over the remaining ministerial portfolios that prevented their settlement until now.
Haddad said, according to government media, "There are differences between the political blocs regarding the nomination of candidates for the remaining ministerial portfolios. Without these differences, these ministries would not be vacant until now, and they would have been resolved early and passed."
He pointed out, "Not to vote on these bags reveals the size of the differences between the various political parties," calling on "all parties to have more dialogues to reach a consensus on submitting candidates to the vacant bags as soon as possible, in order to display them in the parliament dome to vote on them and complete the cab." Governmental organizations, especially since the country is going through a critical situation and needs stability in all joints of the state, foremost of which is the completion of the ministerial cabinet so that the government can carry out measures and reforms to save the country from the crises surrounding it. ”End 29 / A 43

 

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A deputy reveals the presence of individual parliamentary moves to change the current Presidency of the House of Representatives

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Thursday, May 21, 2020

 

The deputy of the al-Hikma stream, Hassan Faddad, confirmed that there are individual parliamentary moves to change the current presidency of the parliament.


And support said, "Speaker of Parliament Mohamed Al-Halbousi enjoys great support from political blocs, but there is talk about a change in the entire Presidency or one of its members."
He pointed out that "some deputies act individually on this issue and there is no official trend yet."

 

https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/ar/Story/195441/نائب-يكشف-عن-وجود-تحركات-نيابية-فردية-لتغيير-رئاسة-مجلس-النواب-الحالية

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Electronic blackmail and fake accounts are a dangerous phenomenon threatening the country ... and a parliamentary committee to combat it

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Thursday, May 21, 2020 

 

The National Intelligence Service recently announced the arrest of a person in Lebanon who had committed the identity of the social activist "Haida Al-Amri" and extorted businessmen and prominent personalities.
"Hayda Al-Amri" is one of hundreds of fake social media accounts impersonating political figures in Iraq, which are funded to defame the image of political opponents to drop them in the elections, according to security sources.
On April 28, activists and protesters received threatening messages through hundreds of "fake accounts", and Finance Minister Ali Allawi denied having a Twitter account on May 16 after discovering a fake account published in his name.
Also on May 7, the Interior Ministry announced that it had closed 15 fake Iraqi Airways accounts that were publishing wrong flight timetables.
And Ukraine.
For his part, Member of Parliament Falah Al-Khafaji said: "There was a proliferation of social media pages and accounts that leaked documents from state administrations to deceive politicians and officials, and the blackmail of citizens and officials is increasing."
 Chaotic Reality
 Al-Khafaji added that this phenomenon prompted the establishment of a specialized parliamentary committee to coordinate with the Ministry of Communications to combat this phenomenon, recognizing the difficulty of fighting electronic blackmail.

As for the researcher Abbas Abboud, he mentioned that fake accounts are used for political purposes, and he called on the government to promote freedom of expression, which guarantees the right of the individual to express himself using his name or publish critical ideas, as long as they are in line with the ethics of journalistic work and do not cause moral or psychological harm to others. .
He explained Abboud: "It is very easy to create pages and accounts of fakes in Iraq and even get official documents the names of fraudsters because of rampant corruption and bribery", and called on government figures and political verification of the accounts of Facebook and Twitter.
while media professor at Baghdad University , said Dr. Mohammed agricultural reality chaotic Online publishing allows people to post via fake accounts and take advantage of the digital environment to implement their plans, in the absence of deterrence laws.
According to the sources, this problem affected the work of many institutions and ministries. On May 9, the Iraqi Ministry of Defense had to make it clear that someone impersonated the Minister of Defense, Juma Anad, on social media, as the Central Bank warned citizens on May 5 From the presence of fake accounts of the social media in his name and logo, they spread false information and news about loans to the Ministry's employees.
 Official efforts
 As for the official efforts to pursue the owners of the abusive pages, which were used to blackmail businessmen and politicians, a member of the Board of Trustees of the National Communications and Media Commission in Iraq, Salem Mashkour, stressed that Iraq needs to develop monitoring departments for these sites, which enjoy high-tech skills, in addition to the need To direct channels of communication with the administrations of these websites to regulate the closure of offensive pages.
He said, "Blackmailers receive information from collaborators in Iraq who are often in the state apparatus. " He added that, due to the failure of the e-crime bill to date, the judicial authorities should rely on the current penal law to pursue blackmailers.
The chief member of the National Wisdom Movement, Baligh Abu Kalal, acknowledged the impact of electronic fraud on the political scene in Iraq, but he warned against endangering freedom of expression because it is protected under the constitution.
“However, people should not abuse this freedom in political blackmail,” Kallal stated, noting that “maintaining anonymity is a personal right, without a doubt, but political or moral blackmail in light of this secrecy is not at all part of freedom of expression. ".
In turn, the former judge, Ali Al-Tamimi, stated that fake accounts and pages on social media are crimes in the Iraqi Penal Code, according to Articles 333 to 336, noting that social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter are subject to the law.

 

https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/ar/Story/195451/الابتزاز-الإلكتروني-والحسابات-المزيفة-ظاهرة-خطيرة-تهدد-البلاد-ولجنة-برلمانية-لمكافحتها

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The Health and Safety Committee discusses measures to combat corona and developments in the health situation

2020-05-20
The Health and Safety Committee discusses measures to combat corona and developments in the health situation
 

Today, the Supreme Committee for Health and National Safety headed by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi discussed measures to combat Corona and developments in the health situation.

"The Supreme Committee for Health and National Safety held its ninth session, today, Wednesday, chaired by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and its agenda was discussed on measures to combat the Corona pandemic, developments in the health situation in Baghdad and the provinces, and the level of commitment Curfews, risks and repercussions of non-compliance in a number of regions. "
 
The Prime Minister stressed, according to the statement, "Adherence to health protection guidelines and the implementation of the security services' duties to impose a curfew without complacency at the specified times and a comprehensive ban during the Eid al-Fitr holiday, and to emphasize the increase of awareness campaigns through the media," calling for "cooperation Everyone to avoid the increasing and spread of the risk of injuries and exposing the health system to more pressures exceeding its design capacity, and affecting the ability to provide treatment services for other cases, from chronic diseases and others. "
 
The council continued, "The council listened to a report submitted by the Minister of Health and Environment on the rates of infection, its graphical line and the cases of recovery and deaths, and noting that there has been an increase in infections that requires tighter measures to protect citizens from the risk of spreading the virus and warning against ignoring health tips and advice."

He explained, "The Supreme Committee discussed a number of organizational issues and granting facilities to enter the materials and equipment needed for one of the electrical stations, provided that they are subject to health protection measures, and preventing the import of a number of agricultural crops because they are available in large quantities in the local market."

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War of "fake accounts" in Iraq .. Blackmailers receive information from the "state apparatus"

 

 

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 05/21/2020 
 

On May 11th, the Iraqi National Intelligence announced the arrest of a person in Lebanon who plagiarized the social activist "Haida Al-Amri" and extorted businessmen and prominent personalities.

"Hayda al-Amiri" is one of hundreds of fake social media accounts impersonating political figures in Iraq, funded to defame the political opponents to drop them in the elections, according to Al-Monitor.

On April 28, activists and protesters received threatening messages through hundreds of "fake accounts", and Finance Minister Ali Allawi denied having a Twitter account on May 16 after discovering a fake account published in his name.

Also on May 7, the Interior Ministry announced that it had closed 15 fake Iraqi Airways accounts that were publishing wrong flight timetables.

And Facebook announced last September that it was deleting about 500 pages and fake accounts created in Iraq and Ukraine.

For his part, Member of Parliament Falah Al-Khafaji said: "There was a proliferation of social media pages and accounts that leaked documents from state administrations to deceive politicians and officials, and the blackmail of citizens and officials is increasing."

 Messy reality

 Al-Khafaji added that this phenomenon prompted the establishment of a specialized parliamentary committee to coordinate with the Ministry of Communications to combat this phenomenon, recognizing the difficulty of fighting electronic blackmail.

As for the researcher and editor-in-chief of the semi-official Al-Sabah newspaper, Abbas Abboud, he mentioned that fake accounts are being used for political purposes, and he called on the Iraqi government to promote freedom of expression, which guarantees the right of the individual to express himself using his name or publish critical ideas, as long as they are consistent with journalistic work ethics It does not cause moral or psychological harm to others. "

Abboud explained: "It is very easy to create fake pages and accounts in Iraq and even obtain official documents with the names of fraudsters due to the widespread corruption and bribery," and called on government and political figures to verify Facebook and Twitter accounts.

While professor of media at the University of Baghdad, Dr. Muhammad Al-Falahi said that the chaotic reality of publishing online allows people to post through fake accounts and take advantage of the digital environment to implement their plans, in the absence of deterrence laws.

According to Al-Monitor, this problem affected the work of many institutions and ministries. On May 9, the Iraqi Ministry of Defense had to make it clear that someone impersonated the Minister of Defense, Juma'a Anad, on social media, as the CBI warned citizens on May 5 / May the presence of fictitious social media accounts in his name and slogan publishing false information and news about loans to ministry employees.

 Official efforts

 As for the official efforts to pursue the owners of the abusive pages, which were used to blackmail businessmen and politicians, a member of the Board of Trustees of the National Committee for Communications and Information in Iraq, Salem Mashkour, stressed that Iraq needs to develop monitoring departments for these sites, which enjoy high-tech skills, in addition to the need for channels Direct contact with the administrations of these websites to organize the closure of offensive pages.

He said, "Blackmailers receive information from collaborators in Iraq who are often in the state apparatus." He added that, due to the failure of the e-crime bill to date, the judicial authorities should rely on the current penal law to pursue blackmailers.

The eloquent member of the National Wisdom Movement, Baligh Abu Kalal, acknowledged the impact of electronic fraud on the political scene in Iraq, but he warned against endangering freedom of expression because it is protected under the Iraqi constitution.

“However, people should not abuse this freedom in political blackmail,” Kallal stated, noting that “maintaining anonymity is a personal right, without a doubt, but political or moral blackmail in light of this secrecy is not at all part of freedom of expression. ".

In turn, the former judge, Ali Al-Tamimi, stated that fake accounts and pages on social media are crimes in the Iraqi Penal Code, according to Articles 333 to 336, noting that social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter are subject to the law.

 

https://www.shafaaq.com/ar/أمـن/حرب-الحسابات-الوهمية-في-العراق-مبتزون-يتلقون-معلومات-من-جهاز-الدولة/

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America is moving to return Gilgamesh's dream to Iraq

 

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 05/20/2020 
 

Shafaq News / The US Department of Justice filed a complaint with the goal of returning a clay number of the name Gilgamesh, 4,000 years old, to Iraq, which is part of the well-known "Gilgamesh Epic". Al-Raqeem speaks in parts of the Great Flood and the Garden of Eden in the Akkadian language, and it was found in one of the libraries of the Assyrian kings near Mosul. It is believed that she fled to Jordan before 2001.

American federal judges are seeking to restore the nearly 4,000-year-old clay slab, which was purchased by Hobby Lobby, an American chain of arts and crafts store, located in Oklahoma City, the capital of Oklahoma, formerly known as the Hobby Lobby Creative Center, For display at the Washington-based "The Bible" Museum, while the cuneiform was described as "stolen Iraqi property" in a civil complaint filed on Monday, May 18th.  

The details of the complaint summarize the journey of this part of the land of the oldest civilization, and a known story of creativity From the Library of the Palace in Ancient Mesopotamia to its current location in a warehouse of the Department of Homeland Security in Queens, New York.

According to the complaint submitted, a major international auction house, whose name was not mentioned in the complaint, withheld the source of the archaeological plank, known as Gilgamesh's dream plank, when it sold the plank to Hobby Lobby in 2014.

Agents from the Internal Security Investigations of the US Immigration and Customs Administration confiscated the plaque last year from the Bible Museum, which it said cooperated with the investigation. Note that the owners of "Hobby Lobby" are the founders of the Bible Museum.

Prosecutors say the 12.7 x 15.24 cm board, which Hobby Lobby bought for more than $ 1.6 million, is the property of the Iraqi government and must be returned.

"Whenever the looted cultural property is found in this country, the United States government will do everything in its power to preserve the heritage by   returning these artifacts to where they belong," Richard Donohue, the American attorney for the Eastern District in New York, said in a statement . He pointed out that "in this case, a major auction house failed to fulfill its obligations by reducing concerns by claiming that saying that the source of the piece is important Iraqi antiquities is fabricated saying, and the house withheld the correct information about the buyer that undermined the reliability of the source."

The Epic of Gilgamesh is a Sumerian poem believed to have been written at least 4000 years ago. Parts of it reflect the details of the Great Flood and the Garden of Eden from the Old Testament, which preceded it. A copy of the poem, consisting of 12 tablets written in the Akkadian language, was found in the ruins of the library in the Nineveh Palace in present-day Mosul, Iraq.

Gilgamesh saga tells the spectra of the hero who describes his dreams to his mother, who tells him that she expects the arrival of a new friend. His mother addresses him, "You will see him and your heart will laugh."

According to the complaint, the plaque appeared in or before 2001, when an unidentified American antiquities dealer examined it, and was placed with other pieces on the floor of an apartment in London for a well-known Jordanian antiquities owned directly from the Middle East. Two years later, the United States merchant returned with a cuneiform expert, who decided that despite the salt protrusions that made it difficult to read, the tablet was likely a piece of ancient literature "potentially rare and valuable", as well as a legal commercial document. The U.S. dealer bought several pieces, including Gilgamesh's dream plaque, for $ 50,350.

The case reappeared in 2007, when the piece was sold to other buyers, one of which listed it in the sales catalog, claiming that the tablet had been with one American owner for the past 25 years. The asking price in the catalog was $ 450,000, and it came with a false origination letter claiming to be non-original, and it was obtained at an auction in 1981 in San Francisco in a box of bronze pieces, according to the US complaint.

In 2013, the complaint says, a new owner of the tablet called the London Auction House International, wishing to sell it. But the American antiquities dealer told the head of the antiquities department at the auction house that the source of the piece would not go through the audit and would not be appropriate for the auction.

The following year, Hobby Shop bought the Tablet Lobby in a special sale, after her representative saw the tablet in London. The auction office shipped the plate to his New York office, and from there, he manually uploaded it to Hobby Lobby headquarters in Oklahoma City, "so Hobby Lobby could avoid incurring a sales tax in New York," according to prosecutors.

The Hobby Lobby Company fined $ 3 million in 2017 for failing to do due diligence after the federal authorities said they had bought thousands of artifacts that were smuggled out of Iraq. Some of the items on display in the Bible Museum were looted from ancient sites that were not previously known. 

Steve Green, the museum’s board chairman, said in a statement last March that the institution had identified another 5,000 pieces of papyrus and 6,500 pieces of clay that would be returned to Egypt and Iraq.

In a 2017 settlement with federal authorities, Green committed to the museum, which exercises more supervision. Later that year, the Bible Museum contacted the auction house to verify information on the origins of Gilgamesh's tablet. US prosecutors say the auction house has withheld information.

For its part, the Iraqi Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities says it is trying to determine whether the Gilgamesh tablet is among the thousands of items stolen from one of its national museums in 1991. After Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait the previous year, the regime lost control of certain parts of Iraq. At least nine of the country's 13 regional museums were plundered in the turmoil.

 

https://www.shafaaq.com/ar/مجتـمع/أمريكا-تتحرك-لإعادة-حلم-جلجامش-إلى-العراق/

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Newspaper: Shiite parties are about to lose their influence for the "first time" .. Iran may not be silent!

2020.05.21 

People - Baghdad  

A press report, Thursday, sheds light on the changes that Iraq has witnessed at the political level during the past few months, which resulted in the outcome of the resignation of the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi and the arrival of Mustafa al-Kazemi to head the government.  

The report published by the London-based Al-Arab newspaper and its follower, “Nass” (May 21, 2020), said that “the Shi’ite political experience in Iraq is going through one of its worst periods, as it is about for the first time in nearly 17 years, to lose its influence that it built on an Islamic speech Militant, he derives his vocabulary from the Iranian case, which turned into a chronic headache in the region.  

But the report also indicated, that "proceeding with the optimistic approach" that the new prime minister is taking, is "fraught with great dangers in Iraq, which Iran may not refrain from triggering a major internal confrontation on its soil, if it is confirmed that the prospects of understanding with Al-Kazemi, An American supporter is not promising. "  

The following is the text of the report:   

The Shiite political experience in Iraq is going through one of its worst periods, as it is about for the first time in nearly 17 years, to lose its influence, which it built on a hardline Islamic discourse, which derives its vocabulary from the Iranian case, which turned into a chronic headache in the region.  

For the first time, Shiite politicians are unanimous that the process of selecting the new prime minister, Mustafa al-Kazimi, has emerged from the sphere of influence of political Islam in Iraq, after the power industry equation in Baghdad has turned from a trilogy in which the Shiite authority, the United States and Iran participate, into a quad, with the rising public entering the influence line  

the subject.  

For the first time, too, radical Shiite parties such as the Islamic Dawa Party led by Nuri al-Maliki, the stream of wisdom led by Ammar al-Hakim, the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr and the Supreme Council led by Muhammed Hammoudi are stepping back, in the process of selecting the prime minister, to make way for a figure placed in the Shiite liberal category to lead And lead the political process, after a more than a decade of dominance of figures with Islamic backgrounds on the reins of government, starting with Ibrahim Jaafari, and through Nuri al-Maliki and Haider al-Abadi, and ending with Adel Abdul-Mahdi.  

But the new model, represented by Al-Kazemi, is not a product of a Shiite review of the experience of political Islam in Iraq, but rather the result of three variables. The first variable imposed by the conditions of the popular protest movement, which has shaken the traditional centers of power since last October, and the second is the assumption by some of the American administration hawks of the Iraqi file after the cold era of former President Barack Obama, and the third relates to the Iranian internal recession due to the US sanctions of an economic nature, whose impact deepened the pandemic Sk.  

The radical Shiite current represented by the Hadi al-Amiri-led Fatah coalition, which has a close relationship with Iran, seemed to be watching as he watched the rise of the Al-Kazemi project, supporting a US-led external momentum, and internal being represented by Sunni Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi and veteran Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani.  

Al-Halbousi and Al-Barzani do not relate to the experience of political Islam in governance, except as required by the necessities of the coalition and tactical partnerships.  

Perhaps this explains the two leaders ’rush to announce al-Kazimi's support before he was formally mandated, in harmony with the American desire, as diplomatic sources indicate that Washington has communicated directly with Al-Halbousi and Barzani to urge them to support the new prime minister.  

Perhaps the most prominent feature of Al-Kazemi's missile rise to the ruins of the experience of Shiite political Islam was the seizure of the Interior Ministry, which remained for years under the domination of the Badr Organization, which was founded in Iran to fight the Iraqi regime during the war of the eighties. For the first time, this bag is assumed by an officer who was enrolled in Iraq’s military schools during the era of Saddam Hussein’s regime, and he won the rank of a corner team, after successive management of this bag were political figures with militia backgrounds such as Baqer Solagh, Muhammad al-Ghabban, and Qasim al-Araji, all of whom came from the Badr Organization, which represented for years The most important arms of Iran in Iraq.  

In the accounts of the observers, the best that the Shiite political parties of Islam wish is represented in the failure of Al-Kazemi during his term, which is fraught with the dangers of the oil price crisis and the Corona pandemic and others, to demonstrate that the imbalance does not lie in their approach in particular, but in the Iraqi political environment full of contradictions and tensions.  

During the first ten days of the Kazemi government, three security operations, described as an earthquake, occurred, with organized crime gangs linked to Shiite militias following the Supreme Leader of Iran, Ali Khamenei.  

These gangs are accused of controlling the spirits trade through illegal paths and imposing royalties on merchants and contractors in Shiite strongholds in the city of Baghdad, and east of Diyala, where all goods imported from Turkey pass through the Kurdish region, and up to the Iraqi capital.  

Since 2018, these gangs have taken the names of prominent pro-Iranian militias as a cover for their actions, giving them full immunity from security and judicial prosecution.  

These gangs represent the alternative economy line to finance the activities of Iraqi groups with Islamic backgrounds, as the main financing line is very large shares and financial commissions paid by traders and investors who obtain formal contracts to implement projects for the benefit of the government.  

Observers say that most Iraqi Shiite parties, currents, and factions with religious backgrounds, which are loyal to Iran, move within one or both of these lines, to ensure the funding that keeps them within the political competition circle on the one hand, and to maximize the resources allocated to maximize the welfare of their leaders.  

With the country's massive financial revenue shortfall due to low oil prices and an international pessimistic view of projected levels of growth, the official funding line for Shi'a political Islam groups in Iraq is threatened to stop.  

The situation of these groups can lead to suffocation, if the Al-Kazemi government goes ahead with its plan to dry up the sources of the alternative economy, which places these groups in front of two options; The first is the military confrontation with the state, drawing inspiration from the ISIS model of truncating a part of Iraq’s regions to administer it with the aim of continuing its funding resources, or agreeing to abandon many aspects of its power and concession in favor of imposing the law and sacrificing part of its followers and leaders, to remain within the state’s body awaiting an appropriate opportunity.  

Observers do not doubt that the political parties, Shiite and Sunni Islam alike, will continue to monitor the scene, waiting for an appropriate opportunity to pounce on it and restore power directly.  

Observers say that Al-Kazemi, who follows the policy of quiet containment of the large Iranian lines intertwined in Iraqi internal affairs, may not have to wait long to deliver greater strikes, in case the weakness appears in more time on these groups.  

But proceeding with this optimistic approach is fraught with great dangers in Iraq, which Iran may not refrain from triggering a major internal confrontation on its soil, if it is confirmed that the prospects for understanding with Al-Kazemi, who is pro-American, is not promising.  

 

https://www.nasnews.com/view.php?cat=31224

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Parliament presidency threatens 'senior officials' in the government of Abdul-Mahdi: the coming days are busy!

2020.05.21 
Parliament presidency threatens 'senior officials' in the government of Abdul-Mahdi: the coming days are busy!

 

Baghdad - people  

On Thursday, First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi revealed the reform steps that the government of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi will focus on, among which the referral of former ministers to justice.  

  

Al-Kaabi said in a statement to the official newspaper followed by "Nass" (May 21, 2020) that "the steps that the government will take during the next stage will focus on a number of important files that were announced during the voting session on the government booth and the ministerial platform, and those tasks will not expand in the areas of Other. "  

He added that "one of the priorities that the government will start implementing during the next stage is focusing on administrative reform and fighting financial corruption, especially in some ministries that have been corrupted by corruption, as well as the security file, training and armament, fighting ISIS and restricting weapons to the state," stressing that "the days are coming". The corrupt ministers will bear the consequences and consequences of their corruption, and they will be brought to justice and impartiality. "   

The first deputy speaker of the House of Representatives continued, "The government's priorities during the coming period are to refer ministers in the previous government who have corruption files on the judiciary."  

He stressed, "The necessity of holding early and fair elections and preparing the technical, logistical and financial requirements and the democratic and security climate to make them successful, which are the main demand for the demonstrators, which is also one of the priorities of the ministerial curriculum after the comprehensive change in the structure of the organizational election commission."  

Al-Kaabi pointed out that "those priorities and tasks entrusted to the Al-Kazemi government are fraught with challenges and need persistence to implement their vocabulary, especially with regard to the security and economic aspect, as well as other details that need to be reconsidered related to evaluating capabilities to build the economy through investment and encouraging the sector The private sector and its participation in development programs will have a positive impact on the entire economic process in the country  

 

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Deputy in Fatah: vacant ministries may pass in installments

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The information / Baghdad .. The
deputy of Al-Fateh Hanin Al-Qadu, on Thursday, suggested that the remaining vacant ministries pass the installments system, expecting to pass three ministries after the blessed Eid Al-Fitr holiday.
Al-Qadr said in a statement to "Al-Maalouma", that "the dispute still exists on some controversial candidates," noting that "it is difficult to pass the remaining seven ministries with one basket and it may pass through the installments system."
He added, "The ministries expected to be passed after the Eid holiday are oil, immigration, the displaced and agriculture," stressing that "the political forces have not yet resolved their affairs regarding some controversial candidates."
The second deputy speaker of parliament, Bashir Haddad, revealed, today, Thursday, that there are differences between the political parties over the remaining ministerial portfolios that have prevented their settlement until now. Ended / 25h

 

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/05/21/475306/

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Postponement of the sessions enters the House of Representatives with a clinical death

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Information / Baghdad ..
A parliamentary source said, on Thursday, that the Presidency of the Council of Representatives postponed holding the parliament session until after the Eid holiday, due to the inability of the political blocs and Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to reach a solution to fill the vacancies of the ministerial cabinet , stressing that the parliament is passing through a clinical death.
The source said in a statement to "Information", that "the presidency of the parliament will inform the members of the parliament to postpone the sessions of the parliament until after the blessed Eid Al-Fitr holiday."
The source added, "The delay was due to the lack of agreement of the political blocs and Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi on an agreement to name the remaining ministers in the vacant bags of the government booth."
He pointed out that "the House of Representatives is in a state of clinical death," noting that "the meeting is awaiting a vote by completing the cabinet."The session is totally unacceptable because the government needs important and urgent legislation in order to run the government’s work. ” Ended in / 25 pm

 

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/05/21/475316/

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The Supreme Commission for Inter-Governorate Coordination holds its first meeting chaired by Al-Kazemi

 05/21/2020

 
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Baghdad - Mawazine News
The Supreme Coordination Committee for the Governorates held, on Thursday, its first meeting of the fourth session, headed by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
A statement of the Prime Minister's Office, which has received a copy of it, said, "The Higher Authority for Coordination between the Governorates holds its first meeting for the fourth session headed by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi." Ended 29 / A 43

 

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Other people to head the parliament: If the demands paper is not implemented, we will have another word

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Baghdad - Mawazine News
The Sawyon Alliance threatened, on Thursday, the Presidency of Parliament with other words if the Presidency of the Council did not implement a set of demands that the coalition will submit after Eid Al-Fitr.
Jawad al-Moussawi, the coalition’s deputy, said in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, “The Alliance will walk forward with a request paper to Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi, to correct his path in the presidency of the parliament, evaluate his legislative and supervisory work, and the performance of his parliamentary committees after Eid Al-Fitr. ".
Al-Moussawi added, "These demands will be presented with a timeframe given by the Presidency of the Council to achieve these demands, and otherwise, we will have other words." Ended 29 / A 43

 

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Basri Deputy: Five names of candidates for the Ministry of Oil were sent to Al-Kazemi

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Thursday, May 21, 2020

Basri Deputy: Five names of candidates for the Ministry of Oil were sent to Al-Kazemi


Basra Governor Abd Aoun al-Abadi announced that the names of five candidates for the Ministry of Oil will be sent to Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to choose one of them, in preparation for voting on him in the House of Representatives.

Al-Abadi said in a press statement: "There is a difference of views on some of the candidates for the oil bag, not a record or a dispute in the sense of mutual accusations." Noting: "24 representatives from Basra Governorate are all agreed on five names submitted to the Prime Minister to choose one of them for the oil bag." .

He pointed out: "The five candidates are all independent, and they do not belong to any political party," noting that "the selection process for the candidates was carried out according to the principle of obtaining the highest votes."
 
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Mousawi: The health system in Iraq will collapse within ten days

2020-05-21
Mousawi: The health system in Iraq will collapse within ten days
 

The decision of the Parliamentary Crisis Cell, Jawad Al-Mousawi, confirmed today, Thursday, that the health system in Iraq will witness a collapse within the next ten days if the relevant authorities to face the Corona pandemic do not take strict measures.


In a statement, Alsumaria News received a copy of it, he indicated that the regional stone is a "lie" that will not achieve results on the ground, and this is what we monitored during our field trips in the capital. Baghdad Next to me Karkh And the Rusafa.
 

Moussaoui called for adhering to the measures of health protection and social separation in light of the increasing number of injured, which threatens a great danger because of the health system in the whole country and things get out of control, especially in the capital

 

https://www.alsumaria.tv/news/محليات/345876/الموسوي-النظام-الصحي-في-العراق-سينهار-خلال-عشرة-اي

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Omgosh,

This country has more problems and a red light district next to a police station.

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%D9%85%D8%AC%D9%84%D8%B3-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9 For Al-Ahed News

the documents .. a deputy demands the closure of embassies and missions to countries that do not have diplomatic representation in iraq

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Al-Ahed News- Baghdad
Member of Parliament Hazem Al-Khalidi stressed that in light of the escalation of the curves of the financial crisis that is ravaging the country to dangerous indicators at the present time due to the decline in global oil prices after the spread of the Corona pandemic, it was necessary in principle for the federal government to move urgently in order to take Austerity measures, according to a neutral economic perspective, to prevent wasting public money in a number of viable outlets.
In a statement, Al-Khalidi added in a statement, “Al-Ahed News” received a copy of it. As we put these priorities before the current government, we remind them of information received from us regarding the resigned previous government’s reopening of embassies and representations to Iraq in countries that do not have representation in our country or that we do not have communities in it. We do not have common interests with them, and these missions cost the government monthly large amounts of money that do not benefit from it, and it deprives citizens of benefiting from the allocation of these funds in carrying out projects that serve citizens.
And he stated that the previous government closed these 12 embassies and diplomatic missions between an embassy, a mission and a consulate, while the resigned government reopened it.
He emphasized, therefore, we sought every official and supervisory effort to follow up on this file, and as a result of that, a set of official books were sent to the Prime Minister, Mr. Foreign Minister, and the Minister of Planning to stop this waste of public money and take measures that would reduce the financial burdens of unrelated outlets The importance or service that would benefit the country. Finished 2

 

https://alahadnews.net/65602/العراق/السياسية/

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In the document .. Basra deputies demand Al-Kazemi to choose an oil minister from workers in the oil sector in the province

 05/21/2020

 
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Baghdad - Mawazine News,
a number of representatives of Basra Governorate, on Thursday, demanded that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi choose a minister for the Ministry of Oil from workers in the oil sector in the province.
Mawazine News obtained a document bearing the signatures of representatives from Basra Governorate (Amer al-Fayez, Muzahim al-Tamimi, Jamal al-Muhammadawi, Mithaq al-Hamidi, Intisar al-Musawi, Uday Awad, Faleh al-Khazali and Jabbar al-Luaibi) addressed to the Prime Minister.
The deputies called on the Prime Minister to select the candidate from Basra before him and without interfering with his choices or pressuring him to pass certain personalities based on the text of Article (76).
The deputies stressed the need to choose a person to take over the position of the Ministry of Oil, efficiently and impartially from the people of Basra Governorate exclusively and from workers in the oil sector and not affiliated with certain partisan parties. Ended 6/29 n

 

https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=101488

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Al-Halbousi's deputy usually excludes parliament from resuming its sessions

05/21/2020

 
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Baghdad - Mawazin News
, Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Bashir Al-Haddad, on Thursday
ruled out the parliament's habitual resumption of its sessions. Al-Haddad said: "The parliament has resumed its meetings regularly due to the curfew and the Corona pandemic, and the inability to move deputies from their governorates to attend the Council's sessions."
He expected, "The Council will resume its sessions after the stability of the health situation in the country and the control of the Corona epidemic." Ended 29 / A 43

 

https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=101481

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