The head of the Kurdish Change Bloc in the House of Representatives, Yusuf Muhammad, said today, Friday, that the initiative for the national dialogue presented by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi represents a "break of the ice" between the political parties.
"The initiative called by the Prime Minister is very important, especially at this time, which Iraq suffers from economic and political crises, which coincided with the imminent holding of general elections," Muhammad said in a statement.
He added, "It is important for there to be a serious, constructive and frank dialogue between the parties and partners in the political process and the various components, in addition to the representatives of the sit-in squares in order to crystallize specific participants regarding the crises and how to get out of them in Iraq."
He indicated that “one of the most prominent issues that can be discussed in the dialogue is the regional and international relations of Iraq, reaching common understandings and points regarding the country's exclusion from these conflicts, crystallization of common ideas regarding how to hold early elections, preserving civil peace and integrity, and emphasizing the removal of weapons from it and from political conflicts. “.
The head of the Change Bloc continued, “It is necessary to establish some legal foundations based on the constitution in this dialogue to reach participants, especially in the relationship of the federal government with the region in matters such as oil and gas and the budget, in order to reach the legislation of the oil and gas law and an agreement to normalize the security and administrative conditions in the disputed areas. on her".
Muhammad pointed out that "the National Dialogue initiative broke the ice between some political parties and representatives of components, finding solutions to some problems related to disagreements and conflicts, and creating the appropriate atmosphere for early elections."
At the beginning of this week, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi called for a "true national" dialogue, which includes political forces, the opposition and protest squares.
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