Al-Kaabi attacks in a lengthy statement Blackshart report: jumped on many facts
11:29 - 09/03/2020
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Deputy Speaker of Parliament
Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi confirmed on Monday that the report of the representative of the United Nations Secretary-General in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Jenin Blackshart, was not objective and jumped on many facts, indicating that Blackshart's report did not condemn the incidents that caused the killing of innocent people by the use of violence by some of the intruders And road-cutting works with burned tires.
Al-Kaabi said in a statement that he received / the information, a copy of it, that "The Blackshart report was not objective and jumped on many facts and used expressions and accusations that are not consistent with the duties of the United Nations mission," noting that "Blackshart's report did not condemn the incidents that caused the killing of innocent people as a result The use of violence by some of the architects and cutting roads with burnt tires and preventing professors, students and employees from joining their schools, universities and departments to perform their tasks by groups (regiments of the so-called fighting time) and the reason this caused a delay in the duration of more than three months, which weakens the neutrality of the report. .
He added that "the report came up with proposals that contradict what was included in the previous briefing of the UN mission in August 2019 and contradict the governmental and parliamentary efforts in listening to the requests of peaceful demonstrators and strive to achieve them and to preserve the lives of the demonstrators and secure the requirements of their continuation in this democratic practice," calling Balsakhar to "be careful And objectivity in subsequent reports and start from the interest of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
and its sons and respect for its sovereignty, unity, security and stability.
Al-Kaabi pointed out that "the current circumstance should increase the responsibility of the UN mission's roles and proceed to correct the compass of interests and prioritizing", stressing that "the report ignored the state of the ongoing political movement and the dialogues that the Special Representative had with the Iraqi officials and the invitation that we sent to the electoral team of the mission Internationalism to attend and participate actively in discussions and hearings of the House of Representatives and its specialized representative committees for a number of laws, including the election laws and the Independent High Electoral Commission.
He continued, “The report ignored the parliament
’s approval of a new election law in accordance with new reformative premises that respond to the demands of the demonstrators and are extremely important to the exit map from the crisis, ending the work of the provincial councils, and approving the formation of a new election commission.” He pointed out that “The Blackshark report was vague and unspecified regarding the entities armed operating outside state control, causing confusion leaves and overlook what verify the integration of the factions of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
within the armed forces repelled Daesh contributed strongly by editing the occupied provinces. "
And Al-Kaabi said, “The report did not refer to tangible successes on the ground in the march of infrastructure reconstruction in the liberated areas, and the efforts made to secure infrastructure for all of the country's provinces through international agreements that have entered into force,” noting that “political parties consider themselves to be Away from the impact of the demonstrations because of the geographical dimension, therefore, it is the one that put great obstacles in front of the Prime Minister-designate and failed as a result the emergence of the first government not based on political quotas, despite the constructive cooperation of the rest of the blocs.
Al-Kaabi said, “The report should have investigated the accuracy in pointing to the existence of differentiation between two political teams, one of which is working seriously to respond to the demands of the demonstrators; In describing the actions of Parliament, as the fact that the delay and the lack of a quorum were the result of certain parties intentionally pressuring the Prime Minister-designate to submit to the logic of quotas.
The Deputy Speaker of Parliament noted that "the report neglected the resigned Prime Minister to form a high-level investigative committee to investigate the violations of the demonstrators and the recommendations contained in the accountability of a number of security leaders and the referral of others to justice." Ended / 25