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Abdul Mahdi during his meeting with the heads of diplomatic missions and international organizations

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Abdul Mahdi during his meeting with the heads of diplomatic missions and international organizations Empty Abdul Mahdi during his meeting with the heads of diplomatic missions and international organizations

Post by rocky on Wed 16 Oct 2019, 8:29 am

Abdul Mahdi during his meeting with the heads of diplomatic missions and international organizations: demonstrations are a form of expression of opinion that we respect and respond to like other forms of freedoms

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Abdul Mahdi during his meeting with the heads of diplomatic missions and international organizations: demonstrations are a form of expression of opinion that we respect and respond to like other forms of freedoms
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Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Wednesday updated the heads of diplomatic missions and international organizations on the latest developments in Iraq and the region.

A statement issued by the council of ministers received the heads of diplomatic missions and international organizations ambassadors and officials working in Iraq from all countries of the world, and briefed them on the latest developments in Iraq and the region," said a statement issued by the council of ministers received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA).

He added, "Abdul Mahdi thanked the countries and governments for their support to Iraq in various circumstances, and to view the events, crises and major wars that iraq witnessed and the destruction and deprivation and impact on the state, society, economic development, the labor market and others, and produced a sagging state. Unproductive, bureaucratic and cumbersome to work projects."

The statement continued, that "the prime minister briefed the heads of diplomatic missions on the terrorist attack from al-Qaeda to ISIS, which reached the borders of Baghdad and established its so-called state, and that ISIS was used as tactical paper internally and externally, but everyone paid the price in the end."

"We stand today all united against terrorism and we defeated ISIS in 2014 with our national unity and with the participation of the army, police, popular mobilization, Peshmerga, tribes and all the people," he said, adding that they are trying to carry out terrorist acts, but the initiative is in the hands of the Iraqi forces, and the state today extends its control and achieves Iraq has become part of the solution and seeks to calm the region's crises after it was part of the problem, in addition to the broad relations with all the countries of the world, and we refuse to interfere in our affairs and not to interfere in the affairs of others."

The statement quoted the Prime Minister as saying, on the demonstrations: We must recognize that 40 years of war and destruction have been reflected in our societal, political, service and economic situations, neglect and improper disbursement of funds and disruption to thousands of projects as a result of sabotage and corruption with increasing population growth One million people a year, and after the liberation of cities turned to services and reconstruction, we received from our people real and legitimate demands."

He stressed that "demonstrations are a form of expression of opinion that we respect and respond to like other forms of freedoms, and we did not stop responding and negotiating directly, and it is natural to have representatives and leaders so as not to exploit or drag some to collide as happened and led to the unfortunate losses of our people, pointing to the formation of The investigative committee and its powers to open files professionally, and the accompanying procedures, decision-making, meetings and interaction with legitimate demands."

The prime minister pointed out that "democratic regimes treat demonstrations as a constitutional right, and therefore must find a specialized force to maintain order, not riot control, and this single is rejected, a force trained to deal well and respect the right to demonstrate and human rights, not a military force, along with a series of projects and measures. Decisions to improve the country's political environment."

According to a statement from his office, the prime minister listened to a number of questions and opinions during the meeting, which was attended by the interior and defense ministers.

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