Today, Thursday, Parliament considered that the state had become Farhuda and plundered after voting on the list of ambassadors.
A member of the Parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee, Dhafer Al-Ani, said in a statement received by the "National News Center", "The list of ambassadors voted on by the Council of Ministers includes 80 ambassadors at once, and half of them are party candidates, confirms that the state has become farhoda and plunder for political parties without taking into account the criteria of actual need." and merit.”
Al-Ani added, “It is known that major countries that have extended diplomatic relations do not have this large number of ambassadors and name the officials of their diplomatic missions by assigning the task of an ambassador from among the ministry’s professional cadres to put pressure on expenses and according to the actual need. Abroad".
And the committee member continued: “A country like Iraq is unable to protect the headquarters of foreign diplomatic missions in Baghdad. What should he do with this number of ambassadors and embassies unless it is for the sake of partisan and family satisfaction at the expense of the state’s capabilities.”
And he stated, "From the reality of my parliamentary responsibility as Vice-Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, I will work and urge my fellow parliamentarians not to vote in Parliament for this list except for those who deserve it and in the narrowest limits."
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