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On Thursday, the capital, Baghdad, will witness the activities of the second day of the National Dialogue Conference, with the participation of most of the components, clerics, tribal sheikhs, and academic and patriotic figures from various regions and governorates of Iraq.
According to a conference statement, “Nass” received a copy of it (August 26, 2021), “The goals and message of the National Dialogue Conference included, first, that elections are the primary means of democratic expression, and secondly, the adoption of the constitution, the document that everyone accepted as a governing and just framework, and thirdly that The political forces in the government and parliament are working to ensure the integrity of the elections, and that the upcoming government and parliament abide by the time limits for ending the US combat presence.
The message of the conference included the necessity of respecting peaceful demonstration and protest as a guaranteed constitutional right, strengthening the capabilities of the military, security and intelligence institutions, defining their roles and tasks, preventing and criminalizing sectarian and racist discourse with clear laws, and respecting religious, national and sectarian diversity in Iraq.
The conference called for the formation of a higher committee with broad powers in coordination with the judiciary to scrutinize corruption files since 2003 and to hold the negligent accountable.
The conference urged the formation of a higher committee to audit the currency auction file and the work of banks and banks.
On Monday, Adviser to Prime Minister Hussein Allawi announced that the government is in the process of developing designs for the National Dialogue Initiative.
Allawi said in a statement to the official agency, followed by "Nas" (May 24, 2021), that "the government is working on developing designs for the stages of the national dialogue initiative launched by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi on March 8."
He added that "there is a higher committee by the advisory body of the government team, working day and night to design this initiative, and to set rules and regulations for work, to start it," noting that "the committee is trying to finish the procedures for the initiative, and then start the implementation process according to the time schedule that The prime minister will release him."
He pointed out that "the national dialogue initiative is very important, and it comes now under conditions that are conducive to it, as there is a real stage for building the country, as it is one of the most important political approaches set by the Prime Minister to build the state, enhance stability, and go to successful, free and fair elections."
He explained that "the political environment is conducive to the national dialogue initiative, as we have noticed during the past period that there are statements issued by everyone, praising, supporting and pushing the initiative, as it is an approach to stability, and to go for an electoral political, social and economic climate that helps broad political participation, and a productive national dialogue to stabilize and strengthen the democratic system." in the country".
Regarding the government program and the development of the security services, he pointed out that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi has a great vision, a year after taking over the government, for the functioning of the government program, and therefore the plan for security sector reform is working on it with the security services, whether it is military, security or intelligence."
"This plan led to the reduction of the areas in which ISIS was operating," he added.
He stated that "the security policy implemented by the government aims to create a suitable environment for economic work and support development and reconstruction in the liberated areas."
He stressed that "the Higher Committee for Electoral Security aims to prepare for security measures for free, fair, fair and equal elections."
And Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi launched, earlier, a call for a comprehensive national dialogue and to move away from the language of political slander.
Al-Kazemi said in a televised speech, followed by "Nass" (March 8, 2021), "The Iraqi people bid farewell to His Holiness the Pope with warmth and appreciation. His visit was a bright spot that embodied the essence of our people," noting that "the message of His Holiness the Pope has reached all parts of the world."
He added, "The message of our people has reached all the peoples of the earth, for we have suffered many wars, and blood ran on our land until it was drenched, and death spread for decades, its black shadows in our homes."
He continued, "There is nothing in our hearts but the great meanings of humanity, and we have lived together for more than six thousand years and we are still together."
He said, "We hold each other's hands with the diversity of our religions, sects and nationalities, just as the hands of Mr. Sistani and His Holiness the Pope were united."
The Media Office of the Prime Minister announced the results of the meeting of the three presidencies, while confirming the Prime Minister's presentation of an initiative for a comprehensive national dialogue.
The media office said in a statement that "Nass" received a copy of it (December 8, 2020), that "during the meeting, the current developments and developments were presented, as were the general outlines of the federal budget and the outstanding problems between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government."
He continued, "The attendees stressed that Iraq is going through exceptional circumstances, as a result of the global economic crisis that resulted from the spread of the Corona epidemic, and that economic reform is the necessary solution that must be adopted within the framework of Iraqi political and social solidarity that reflects the unity of the position on the main issues."
The meeting pointed out, according to the statement, "to support government measures to achieve economic reform in the draft federal budget law for the fiscal year 2021, and to ensure solutions to immunize the economy against crises."
The statement added, "The meeting expressed its support for the continuation of dialogue between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, to resolve outstanding problems, and to ensure a fair treatment of those problems in accordance with the constitution."
According to the statement, the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, "presented the comprehensive national dialogue initiative that the government adopted in order to prepare the political, security and social environment for holding early, free and fair elections, protecting them from violations, and achieving the highest levels of transparency and justice in them."
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