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    Saleh talks about the host of the reeds in the presidential palace and the differences between Baghd

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    Saleh talks about the host of the reeds in the presidential palace and the differences between Baghd Empty Saleh talks about the host of the reeds in the presidential palace and the differences between Baghd

    Post by rocky Sat 17 Apr 2021, 7:46 am

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    The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, spoke, on Saturday, (April 17, 2021), about the host of Al-Qasab at the Presidential Palace, while noting that the differences between Baghdad and Erbil are political.
    Saleh said in an interview on Al-Sharqiya TV , followed by  IQNEWS , that "the upcoming elections are the last chance for the existing political system, and the current system has come to change and we adopt comprehensive reform, and the right way to that is elections that must be fair in all its stages." "The great reluctance that the previous election witnessed was due to the lack of confidence in it, and its results, in the view of many Iraqis and youth, did not represent their true will, and this is why the popular movement emerged."
    He added, "The upcoming elections must be fair and fair and enable the Iraqis to choose the fittest and without value, in order to reflect the true interests of the citizens."
    He continued, "The October demonstrations were a solid societal movement demanding reform, and the demonstrations were reduced to a beautiful slogan," We want a homeland, "explaining that" this movement has had an important impact and produced important changes, including the electoral law and the election commission. "
    Regarding the Baghdad and Erbil differences, Saleh stressed that "the differences between Baghdad and Erbil are political, and there are those who wanted to transform it into a societal dispute," noting that "time has passed for those who want to reduce the Iraqi situation to a Kurdish-Arab conflict, and whoever practices it wants to distract us from issues." Corruption and problems. "
    Saleh added, "I am proud of my nationality and that I am Kurdish, and I cannot defend the share of Kurdistan without defending the share of Basra, Nasiriyah, Amara and Mosul," stressing "the need for a deep national dialogue, and the adoption of a new political contract, after 18 years of rule, and today's failures cannot be justified by the previous regime." The Iraqis deserve the best. "
    Saleh stated that "citizens in Basra, Kurdistan, Baghdad, Dhi Qar and other cities are not satisfied with the status quo, and they are looking for structural reforms, and now there is a serious, popular and elitist movement to reform the system of government, and the upcoming elections are a starting point for that." The entire oil and gas law and the application of the constitutional articles to establish the Financial Resources Fund, and we have a team in the presidency engaged in that. "
    Saleh stressed that "one of the protesters' legitimate demands is to amend the constitution, and there is a team in the presidency that includes constitutional jurists who are working on that. ".
    On the host of the reeds, the President of the Republic pointed out that "the host of the reeds is next to the presidential palace in which he hosted foreign officials with pride in the civilization and value of Mesopotamia," explaining that it is "one of the oldest types of architecture in the world."
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