The Prime Minister-designate calls for an immediate dialogue with peaceful demonstrators to work to fulfill their demands
Prime Minister-designate [url=https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/ar/Story/t/3819/%D9%85%D8%AD%D9%85%D8%AF %D8%AA%D9%88%D9%81%D9%8A%D9%82 %D8%B9%D9%84%D8%A7%D9%88%D9%8A]Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi[/url] called for an immediate dialogue with peaceful [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to work to achieve their legitimate demands in accordance with the constitution and the law under his personal supervision.
Allawi pledged in a televised speech after receiving the letter of mandate from the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, to form a non-sectarian government, confine arms to the state, release innocent detainees, and submit a periodic report to the people regarding the challenges facing the government.
Allawi greeted with appreciation and reverence the martyrs of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] peaceful [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] who fell in the demonstration yards and demanded reform, and greeted with them the martyrs of our security forces who gave their lives in defense of the right to demonstrate and the safety of the demonstrators.
He added: "This mandate places a great historic responsibility on my shoulders, so I pledge to God and I pledge to the honorable Iraqi people that I seek all my possibilities to serve this country and promise them that the blood of the martyrs of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and the security forces will not be in vain, and the aggressors and criminals will be held accountable and submit to the judiciary to obtain their just punishment." ".
Allawi stressed: "The state weapon will not carry against the people, the state weapon to protect the people, maintain borders, and promote national dignity.", Stressing great care to follow the files of investigating the events of the demonstrations and holding accountable those responsible for violence against peaceful [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and against the security forces and those who cause sabotage and destruction of public property. And special.
He pledged to form a government, away from sectarian, partisan, and narrow sectional quotas, to be representative of all different sects and cultures of the Iraqis, and to involve the most competent sons and daughters of the people in the formation of the government.
Allawi continued: "I pledge to the people that I will not accept the imposition of any candidate by the political forces, and if they are subjected to pressure, I will expressly announce this clearly."
Allawi stressed keenness to form an advisory team in the Prime Minister's office with the participation of representatives of the movement of peaceful demonstrators, pointing to the need for the peaceful demonstration in support of reform to continue until legitimate demands are met and the state undertakes serious reform work already.
He pledged to work hard to prepare for early elections, in consultation with relevant authorities including the Independent High Electoral Commission and the United Nations and according to constitutional mechanisms and laws in force, and to protect the electoral process and stand against any interference that might affect the integrity, fairness, and transparency of its results and to restore public confidence in them.
He also affirmed the commitment to provide the greatest amount of work opportunities to citizens by starting development, industrial, production and housing projects, and creating an investment renaissance and laying the foundations for changing the rentier economy approach to an investment economy away from full dependence on oil resources.
He pledged to work hard to combat rampant corruption and ensure the dissolution of economic committees of political and other factions, and to refer corruption files without delay to the judiciary. To achieve security and safety for all people and to confine arms to the state and that there is no authority above the rule of law .. He also pledged to protect peaceful demonstrators and release detainees Innocent people according to the constitution and law, coordinating with the judiciary, refraining from using live ammunition and prohibiting the misuse of non-lethal weapons such as tear gas canisters.
He also pledged to protect Iraq from any external interference and not to allow Iraq to be a platform for settling accounts and conflicts, hoping in this regard from the international and regional community to be of assistance to Iraq at this sensitive stage, given that the security of Iraq is among the security of the region and the world at large.
He pledged to submit a periodic report to the Iraqi people through the House of Representatives on the progress of the government or the challenges it faces.
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