Presidents of Iraqi unions and unions are invited to contribute to the formation of the next government
13:19 - 10/03/2020
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On Tuesday, the unions of the trade unions and the professional federations unanimously agreed on the necessity of relying on the selection of competent personalities from the trade unions and professional unions that contribute to dealing with the crises in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
The president of the Iraqi Bar Association, Diaa Al-Saadi, who chaired the meeting, which was held in the Bar Association this morning, Tuesday, in a statement issued by the meeting and received / the information / a copy of it, that “the challenges facing [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
require sharpening the concern in choosing professional personalities capable of facing crises and building [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
He added that "unions and unions call on the presidencies to choose a prime minister according to the conditions announced by the demonstrations and sit-in arenas and the importance of responding to them as a prerequisite for ensuring their demands and putting [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
on the right path."
Al-Saadi explained that "professional unions and unions with their qualitative and professional formations and their mass weight and their impact on public opinion are the most capable when adopting their options to advance the health, engineering, economic, scientific, cultural and legal sectors and in all fields."
The conferees called, according to the statement, to "the necessity of choosing ministers to be within the professional standards of each sector related to government performance and to nominate with trade unions and professional federations so that this ministerial formation is a purely professional capable of addressing the current situation and leading the government towards serving the Iraqi people and responding to their rights and a requirement." Ended in / 25 pm