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Badr invites Al-Kazemi to meet with the parliament regarding his agreements with Arab countries

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Parliament - Badr invites Al-Kazemi to meet with the parliament regarding his agreements with Arab countries Empty Badr invites Al-Kazemi to meet with the parliament regarding his agreements with Arab countries

Post by rocky Tue 20 Apr 2021, 09:43

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Baghdad - IQ  
A deputy from the Badr Parliamentary Bloc called on Tuesday (April 20, 2021), Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, for the necessity to hold a meeting with the members of Parliament who brought him to his post and inform them of the details of his agreements with some Arab countries. 
In a statement received by IQ NEWS , Mukhtar Al-Mousawi said  , "Al-Kazemi is required to hold a meeting with those who led him to this position and brief them on the nature and details of the agreements he signed with Egypt, Jordan, Qatar and the Emirates." 
He added that "the members of the House of Representatives who came through the elections and are representatives of the Iraqi people must have a major role in decision-making, internally and externally," pointing out that "foreign agreements draw Iraq’s foreign policy as well as economic agreements that affect even future generations."
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