Abdul Mahdi reveals Israel's link to targeting the Hashd and excludes war in the region[/rtl]
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BAGHDAD: Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, revealed the link with Israel to target the headquarters of the Popular Mobilization in Iraq, "ruling out at the same time" the outbreak of war in the region because of the Iran-US conflict.
"Investigations have not been completed so far in the issue of targeting the Popular Mobilization Camps and we have no material evidence of Israel's involvement. We hear this in the media, but we cannot provide concrete and documented evidence to the UN Security Council if we want to," he said. Put the subject in it. "
"We need concrete evidence about who is involved in targeting the Hashd headquarters," he said, stressing that "many parties have an interest in targeting the Hashd, including the Iranian opposition People's Mujahedeen."
On the escalation in the region, the prime minister ruled out war, but warned of it.
He said, "If Iraq becomes a battleground, the region and the world will break up," noting that "the decision of war in the region will be difficult and everyone is cautious because the outbreak of war will be painful and harsh."
Regarding the confining of arms to the state, Abdul-Medi said, "We have taken basic steps in laying down arms in the hands of the state. This is in the interest of all."
Regarding the presence of foreign forces in Iraq and the efforts of political blocs to legislate a law to remove them, he pointed out that "everything the parliament decides will be respected by the government in driving out foreign forces."
He added that "the presence of foreign forces is still active in the fight against ISIS, and there are no compliments in the presence of these forces," indicating "whether we still need these forces in Iraq is something that is subject to evaluation from the Iraqi side, both the government and parliament as well as the US side."
"He told Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during his recent visit to Ankara that the presence of Turkish forces in Bashiqa camp is unconstitutional and illegal and not with the consent of the Iraqi government," he said.
On the issue of electric power, the Prime Minister expressed the hope that the crisis will end during his government.
"We hope to end the electricity crisis in our government and our progress in power generation," he said, noting that "Basra province got 22 hours this summer," noting that "the crisis in the media less talk about."
He explained that "the problem in Iraq is not in financial liquidity, but a backward administrative problem and complex bureaucracy as well as instructions and restrictions."
The prime minister criticized that "the file of missing and absentees takes a sectarian dimension as it is not true."
He pointed to "the return of two and a half million displaced people to their liberated areas," noting that "there are 30 thousand Iraqi families in the Syrian camp, mostly from ISIS families."
Abdul-Mahdi said that "the camp has turned into a Daesh camp under the recognition of the United Nations, and the return of its inhabitants to Iraq is very complex, where we will put them in camps to be converted to ISIS camps or return them to their villages and areas to become sleeper cells ?!
On the relationship between the executive authorities (government) and legislative (parliament), Abdul-Mahdi said that "the House of Representatives issued an executive and judicial decision and always inform them not to exceed the executive powers," pointing out that "Parliament and the blocks suffer from the lawlessness of deputies."
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