[size=36]Al-Kazemi threatens the corrupt and describes the electoral code of conduct as a "code of honor"[/size]
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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi vowed to prosecute the corrupt, describing the electoral code of conduct as a "charter of honor."
Al-Kazemi said, during the regular session of the Council of Ministers, according to a statement by his media office, which "Mawazine News" received a copy of: "There are only three weeks left for the elections, and we have prepared all the requirements for the voting process, and to secure the elections on an exceptional basis," noting: We took important measures to support the commission in the extraordinary meeting of the Council of Ministers last Saturday, and we provided all the requirements for it in various logistical and security aspects."
He added, "The government has fulfilled its obligations to support the Electoral Commission, set a date for early elections, and create the necessary atmosphere for holding them," adding: I renew the call to all social and political activities to encourage citizens to vote; To reach political and administrative reform because our country and our people deserve.”
Al-Kazemi continued: "Yesterday witnessed the launch of the National Document for Electoral Conduct, which is a document of conscience developed in order to control and organize the electoral process tracks," noting that "this document represents a charter of honor, obligating all political blocs and candidates, not to violate any act that affects the integrity of the electoral process." ".
And he said: "We entrust the Iraqis to march to the polls with the hope of a better Iraqi tomorrow, and by choosing the right candidate for Iraqis, a life away from corruption and spoilers begins, as any project that is free of corruption guarantees the luxury of peoples."
He continued by saying: "Yesterday, we attended a conference to recover looted funds from Iraq abroad, and we saw Arab and international seriousness in working to help Iraq recover these funds," noting that "there are billions of dollars smuggled by the corrupt before and after 2003, and it is a right of Iraqis, We will take back these rights in full."
Al-Kazemi stressed: "There is no controversy or favoritism over the rights of Iraqis and the people's money, and the corrupt must be certain that the law will pursue them."
On his visit to Tehran, the Prime Minister said: "A few days ago, we visited the Islamic Republic of Iran, and held talks with the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Mr. Ibrahim Raisi, and a number of leaders, and the discussions were fruitful," stressing: "We have strong historical relations with Iran in all fields, and we agreed on Expanding trade and economic exchange between the two countries.
And he concluded, "Finally, we look forward to these fateful early elections, which we hope will change the fate of the Iraqi state for the better." Ended 29/A43