[size=36]Al-Kaabi: The Sadrists will sweep the seats in the upcoming elections[/size]
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Al-Kaabi said, "The upcoming elections are one of the challenges facing the political process," noting that "the Iraqi political system based on democracy requires elections."
He added, "The electoral law was definitely not the desire of the political blocs," stressing that "changing the electoral system affects the voter on the one hand and the candidate on the other."
He pointed out that "the current electoral system achieves more justice," explaining that "the small constituency will be reflected on the citizens in terms of providing services."
Al-Kaabi stressed, "The candidate must believe with his voters after winning," adding:
He explained, "The current electoral system does not help in forming alliances during the electoral process," stressing that "after the elections, there will be a new map of alliances."
He continued, "We have a vision for evaluating the next stage and building the state," noting that "the statesman must bear the responsibility even if it costs his life."
He went on to say: "Our democratic system requires that decision-making be with the participation of others."
Al-Kaabi pointed out that "the House of Representatives was and still wants to embody the saying made in Iraq and planted in Iraq," noting that "the ambassadors of countries are interfering to prevent the implementation of the national project made in Iraq and planted in Iraq."
He continued: "The next prime minister will either be a Sadrist or the Sadrists will bring him," adding: "Our next project is to form a strong government in consultation with our partners in the country."
He pointed out that "the results of the elections will impose on the partners the features of future alliances," stressing that the Sadrists will sweep the seats in the upcoming elections.
"The document of honor will require the political forces to draw a new political map," noting that "no political party can rebuild The state alone.
” He explained, “Building a state and forming a strong and capable government is not an easy thing,” stressing that “our natural resources suffice Iraq for thousands of years.”
He pointed out that “Iraq is rich in its human and material resources, but it is plagued by corruption and the corrupt,” noting that “the demonstrations are a right.” A project, but whoever decides is the ballot box.”
He continued: “The Baghdad Partnership Conference is evidence of the importance of Iraq in the region,” stressing that “it is not in Iraq’s interest to engage in a war with any party.”
Al-Kaabi indicated thatChanging the dollar exchange rate is a government decision, and the House of Representatives has nothing to do with it.” Ended 29/A87