[size=36]A parliamentary committee determines the mechanism for selecting ambassadors and reveals a new list[/size]
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The Parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee announced, on Wednesday, the mechanism for selecting Iraq's ambassadors, while noting that the new list included 70 ambassadors.
Committee member Ala Talabani told the official news agency, "For many years, there has been work on naming ambassadors with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to fill the void," pointing out that "the Foreign Relations Committee studied the names of the candidates, after interviewing them to choose the most appropriate of them."
And she indicated that "some of the names proposed for ambassadorial positions require study by the elites and public opinion to reconsider them," noting that "there are qualified people who should not be burned with unqualified names that can be reconsidered."
She stressed that "the committee is not the one who nominated the names of the ambassadors, but rather the political blocs, but these names went to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the Foreign Relations Committee," explaining that "the list includes 70 ambassadors, of whom 35 are candidates from the political blocs and there are 35 candidates from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs who are of the diplomatic corps. Ended 29/R77