The Secretary-General of the National Producer Gathering, Jassem Al-Amiri, launched today, Saturday, his election campaign for the early parliamentary elections scheduled for the tenth of next October, listing his step within the framework of “change” and a promise to reform the agricultural and industrial sectors and end the occupation of the Iraqi dinar.
Al-Amiri said in a statement, received by the National News Center, that "we have a few days to choose one of the two paths, the first is actual and practical reform, and the second is to keep the situation as it is now."
He added that "the first path, despite its difficulty and rugged roads, is the approach adopted by the National Producer's Assembly," stressing "the determination of the National Producer Group" to achieve actual reform through the ballot boxes, and our plan in this is to develop the agricultural sector and for the Iraqi farmer to be the master of the land and its producer.
And he indicated that "the plan includes the development of the industrial and banking sectors, accompanied by a practical sovereignty of the national product," pledging to "end the external occupation of the Iraqi dinar by certain and specific countries."
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