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New Iraqi government formed by Eid al-Adha


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New Iraqi government formed by Eid al-Adha

Post by rocky on Fri 10 Aug 2018, 2:20 am

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New Iraqi government formed by Eid al-Adha

The head of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI), Jan Kubic, said that the formation of a new government could be "by Eid al-Adha," to meet the aspirations of Iraqis who in their recent demonstrations sent a very strong message expressing their frustration with the political system.
"There is a chance that the great Shiite authority, Mr. Ali al-Sistani, will influence the thinking of the political forces," Kubic said, calling on the authorities in Baghdad to continue the policy of openness initiated by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi with neighboring countries, Gulf "as the" Middle East ".
"The partial recount of votes in some parts of Iraq after the elections last May may be a disguised blessing," Kubic said. "It is good that the authorities have decided to manually re-categorize the doubtful and doubtful votes. Gives more credibility to the election process and we hope for its results as well. "
He noted that the formation of the government coincided with the demonstrations in the south of the country where "people have sent a very strong message about what they expect from the government that needs to meet their needs, the country's need for very deep reforms, the fight against corruption and so on."
"There is an opportunity for Mr. Ali al-Sistani to express his opinion and certainly influence the thinking of the political forces," he said, adding that people had sent "messages by expressing their aspirations for the future government and its program."
He expressed hope that "the formation of the new government after the completion of the recount and the confirmation of the results by the holiday of Eid al-Adha, perhaps after Eid or before," and hoped that "the acceleration of political parties to the final stage of consultations to form a government that must be with reform and meet the aspirations People and their needs and have the political will to do so. "
"They were mainly young people with long-standing complaints about the lack of basic services, the lack of electricity, the lack of jobs, and rampant corruption," said Kubic in the UN Security Council.
"Their message has become more politicized and critical of national leaders and successive governments to neglect the needs of people who expressed their deep and growing frustration at the political system, including the quota system, and disdain foreign interference in Iraq's internal affairs."
In response to a question about the rapprochement initiated by the government of Prime Minister Haider Abadi with neighboring countries, Kubic said: "I now expect that people in Iraq see how important and positive openness to cooperation with all countries in the region and with international partners," especially referring to " Gulf where there is a common will to work with Iraq. " He said the next government "will simply continue this cooperative position with the countries of the region."

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