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    The President of the Republic: Iraq cannot be stable without a state capable of imposing the law and

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    Post by Rocky Sat 20 Mar 2021, 9:34 am

    The President of the Republic: Iraq cannot be stable without a state capable of imposing the law and confining weapons in its hands


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    The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, said on Friday that Iraq cannot be stable without a state capable of imposing the law and confining weapons in its hands, while indicating that the current system of government does not meet the requirements of the Iraqis.
    Saleh said, during an interview on Sky News, that "the current system of government does not meet the requirements of the Iraqis and has a structural defect, and there is a need for a national dialogue that examines the points of imbalance in the internal politics and relations with the neighborhood, as the Iraqis deserve a better life and representation in governance."
    He added, "The upcoming elections are important, articulated, and constitutive for a new phase, because the situation cannot continue. The integrity of the elections and giving Iraqi citizens confidence in the electoral process is very important."
    Turning to Saleh, the Palestinian issue, noting that "Iraq is committed to defending the full rights of the Palestinian people, and there will be no peace in the Middle East without achieving the national rights of the Palestinian people."
    In the file of foreign relations, Saleh said: "Our relations with the Gulf are growing and developing, and Saudi Arabia is an important, fundamental and pivotal country in the region, as the Arar crossing was recently opened to support commercial movement between the two countries."
    He continued, "President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and King Abdullah II will visit Iraq soon, and the existing understanding between Iraq, Egypt and Jordan is not an alliance or axis, but rather a situation arising from the common interests of these three towns focusing on the economic file and the infrastructure."
    He pointed out that “the region needs new arrangements, and there is a new international situation after the Corona pandemic, and a societal situation in all countries represented in youth unemployment, and the need to provide work opportunities,” stressing “the need to work to end the Syrian crisis and the issues associated with it from the presence of terrorist organizations and the al-Hol camp. “.
    What about assassinating activists?
    Saleh said, "The assassination of activists is heinous and serious crimes, and the legal procedures to uncover the killers are still continuing. A number of the accused have been arrested in Basra and other regions, and there are ongoing legal procedures in this regard."
     
    In the first part of the interview that was previously broadcast, Saleh asserted that Francis' recent visit to Iraq was "a historic moment and a moment of joy for the Iraqis, for their unity, and the Muslims were happy just like the Christians."  
    He said, "Iraq is the land of civilizations, the source of religions, and the resting place of the imams," adding that "different sects lived in the country."
    He added that "Iraq has passed many storms, hatred and wars, but the constant remains, which is coexistence and pluralism, and the visit of the Pope was a confirmation of these concepts."
    And Saleh added that "Pope Francis was very happy when he arrived in Iraq and found a reception full of popular songs and joy, while the name of Iraq abroad was associated with violence, problems and death."
    The Iraqi president pointed out that "the Pope's visit was met with a great popular response, which showed that people are attached to life and coexistence."
    Saleh described the meeting between Pope Francis and the Shiite cleric, Ali al-Sistani, as "the summit of moderation and tolerance."
    He stressed that "Pope Francis and Ali al-Sistani represent an approach to moderation, dialogue and coexistence, which will have a great impact on interfaith dialogue."
    Salih also said that "Pope Francis praised Sistani and described him as a man of God and the Wise," stressing "the need to communicate with him in order to serve humanity."
    Saleh talked about "the great symbolism of Pope Francis' visit to the city of Mosul, which the leader of the terrorist organization ISIS used to address a few years ago, and then it became liberated today, so the Pope of the Catholic Church settled with it."
    When Barham Salih was asked about the return of the people of Mosul to their city after the departure of ISIS, he said that "the displaced are returning," wishing that "the return will take place faster."
    He acknowledged that "the conditions were very difficult, while the return began in a more organized manner at the present time. In Sinjar, which was subjected to great damage, for example, the number of those who returned has increased."
    He pointed to "the continuing presence of security problems, saying that he does not want to underestimate the danger of ISIS that sometimes comes from the Syrian borders, in addition to the sleeper cells that are still present in the deserts and wilderness."
    Despite the obstacles that have marred the reconstruction in Iraq, Barham Salih described the ongoing efforts to achieve this goal as "serious."
    In his answer to a question about the possibility of building a strong Iraq in the presence of "militias," Saleh stressed "the need to put things in their historical context, given that it is impossible to read what is happening today in isolation from what happened yesterday."
    Barham Salih recalled, "influential stations in the history of Iraq, such as the fall of the monarchy, the coming of the Baath Party and the wars that took place for decades, saying that the country lived through great violence."
    Saleh said, "Iraq will not be stabilized unless it is sovereign. Any country can impose the law and confine its arms to its hand, in addition to the ability to protect the borders. There is a growing national consensus."
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