The Fatah alliance refuses to pass the Zorfi formation, regardless of the cost
The Designated Prime Minister and Minister of Finance review efforts to form a government
Baghdad- Qusay Munther
Prime Minister-designate Adnan Al-Zorfi revealed the priorities of his government program in the event that his ministerial team passes into the parliament, stressing work to reduce the level of poverty in the country and restore civil peace. His office said in a statement seen by (time) yesterday that (Al-Zarfi discussed with the ambassadors of the European Union countries accredited in Baghdad several files, including the crises in Iraq and the world). Al-Zrafi said, according to the statement, (his condolences to all European countries that daily lose hundreds of their citizens due to the outbreak of the Corona epidemic), and continued the statement that (the Prime Minister-designate reviewed during the meeting the size of the risks facing Iraq and the countries of the region and the world in light of the fears caused by the spread of the epidemic and its aftermath The repercussions of the global economic and market movement crippled, noting (the serious risks left by the decline in international oil prices), and Al-Zorfi stressed (Iraq’s confidence in overcoming the new crisis of its possession of wealth, which compensates it for losses provided that efficient government administration is available), stressing that (his government's priorities are to meet Prolonged B. The peaceful movement by holding early free and fair elections, addressing the financial and potential economic collapse, working to reduce the level of poverty in the country, restore civil peace, and extend the rule of law). For their part, the ambassadors expressed (their wishes for Iraq to restore its health and achieve the desired stability, and for the Prime Minister-designate to accomplish his mission in order to meet the aspirations of the people, and enhance Iraq’s traditional position in the region and the world). Al-Zarfi also discussed with the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Fuad Hussein for the second time since he was assigned this task the conditions and crises in Iraq. In his speech, Al-Zrafi discussed (the meetings and meetings he held and the contacts he had with representatives and leaders of the various parties in order to form his government, and explained its results), and referred to (his meetings with representatives and ambassadors of the countries working in Baghdad), and in this context the two sides discussed the internal and regional political situations And the international community with a light on the financial situation of the country and how to face the repercussions, which were generated as a result of the very low oil prices in the global markets and their impact on the Iraqi financial and economic situation. The two sides also discussed ways to successfully manage the financial crisis. On the other hand, the health situation and the repercussions of the threat of the Corona virus were part of the discussion, as the two parties agreed on the necessity of seriously dealing with the seriousness of this epidemic and harnessing all potentials to confront it. Al-Zarfi (his vision on how to solve these problems and on future relations between the two sides). Meanwhile, the representative of the Badr Parliamentary Bloc, Karim Alaiwi, described the desire of some to pass the candidate for prime minister in a (unconstitutional) manner as (a kind of imagination). The ministers, which is a new attempt to impose the wills, but we will be an impenetrable dam against the candidate who still has corruption files and has not been closed yet despite his arrival in the House of Representatives (as he put it).
He added that (the desire of some to pass the candidate for prime minister in an unconstitutional manner is a form of imagination and we will not allow it at all costs), and pointed out that (Al-Zarfi’s recent speech that he voted on the crowd as an Iraqi force is a speech that is far from the reality that he adopts as he is in The voting session for the crowd law was outside the responsibility and demanded at that time that the crowd be dissolved. He added (We will not allow America and its embassy in Baghdad to pass its soldier to the presidency of the Council of Ministers, whatever the cost to us, because Iraq and its people and the blood of the martyrs are a trust in our necks, and we will never abandon them), he said. It was established by a parliamentary law and a popular demand to fight terrorism and save Iraq) and added (We have contributed to writing the law and our vote for the crowd as a national duty and have allocated enough budget for it in the Finance Committee) and emphasized that (the crowd will remain a solid institution and its loyalty and sacrifices will remain for Iraq and the Iraqis).
For his part, the deputy from the Al-Fateh coalition, Faleh Al-Khazali, stated in a statement that Al-Zrafi did not vote to remove the American forces from Iraq.