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Al Arabiya.net

In a clear attack on the Iraqi government, the Saeron Alliance, affiliated with Muqtada Al-Sadr, considered that "the policy of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, is nothing but imaginary and media promises, from which nothing has been implemented," saying that "there is an impression on the political blocs and the Iraqi street that it is A government of words, not a government of deeds. "

"The prime minister has instructed the Ministry of Health to spend emergency budgets to confront the Corona pandemic, but it is still ink on paper," said Jawad al-Mousawi, a deputy in Saeron.

Al-Mousawi also pointed out that “Al-Kazemi’s persistence in this approach makes him lose his credibility,” calling on the government to “take action to solve the crises experienced by the citizen before it is too late, which may make the Al-Kazemi government in news that was as happened with his predecessors.”

For his part, the Secretary General of Asaib Ahl al-Haq militia, Qais Khazali, considered that "

Khazali disavowed what is happening in Basra governorate, saying that "there are powerful parties working to create chaos in Basra and carry out assassinations."

In addition, he criticized the government's stance regarding the military operations carried out by the Turkish forces inside Iraqi territories, pointing out that "there was no appropriate response."

On the other hand, the victory coalition, led by former prime minister Haider al-Abadi, warned Saturday of new political and security crises in the country after Al-Kazemi's return from Washington.

"There may be a major escalation in bombing and targeting US targets and interests in Iraq, but at the same time this depends on Al-Kazemi in his dealings with those parties and his ability to calm those parties," said the leader of the coalition, Aqeel al-Rudaini.

It is noteworthy that the Iraqi Prime Minister had confirmed on Friday that his meeting with US President Donald Trump was important and successful, indicating that Trump confirmed that US forces would withdraw from Iraq within the next three years.

Mustafa Al-Kazemi said in an interview with Al-Iraqiya News Channel, that "both the Iraqi and American parties came out comfortable from this meeting," noting that "there was talk about economic cooperation, security cooperation, and a reassessment of the American presence in Iraq."

In addition, he added, "It was agreed through the strategic dialogue headed by the Iraqi foreign minister and his American counterpart on a set of principles, all of which are in the interests of the Iraqi people, and related to the presence of American forces, its rescheduling, and the redeployment of American forces outside Iraq," indicating that "it was agreed within the dialogue. The strategic plan is to set up a technical team to find a mechanism for this deployment outside Iraq. "

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