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Iraqi elections without a curfew..Al-Kazemi is the first prime minister not to run in the elections

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Iraqi elections without a curfew..Al-Kazemi is the first prime minister not to run in the elections Empty Iraqi elections without a curfew..Al-Kazemi is the first prime minister not to run in the elections

Post by rocky Sat 09 Oct 2021, 7:24 am


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Al-Kazemi during his inspection tour

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Iraqi elections without a curfew..Al-Kazemi is the first prime minister not to run in the elections

[size=31]These elections come in a different atmosphere from the previous ones, as there is no curfew, no road blocking, and no military manifestations in the street[/size]



[size=31]These elections come in a different atmosphere from the previous ones, as there is no curfew, no road blocking, and no military manifestations in the street[/size]


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Baghdad - Majid Hamid


Published in: Oct 09, 2021: 2:48 PM GSTLast updated: Oct 09, 2021: 3:54 PM GST

While the political blocs were preoccupied with [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  the security forces, the Commander-in-Chief of the Iraqi Armed Forces, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi roamed comfortably in the streets of Baghdad yesterday, Friday.
Al-Kazemi appeared while walking in the streets of the Iraqi capital in an unofficial dress, without cutting the streets, but went further and drove his car himself, in an attempt to reassure the Iraqis about the stability of the security situation hours before the elections.
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During his meetings with a number of security leaders, he called on them to secure the elections and protect citizens from any attempts to harm them.
During the round that preceded the general vote, Al-Kazemi focused on the need for the security forces to take a neutral patriotic stance away from any pressures to support candidates or parties, and also directed that those who promote any party in the elections be held accountable.
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Al-Kazemi’s latest measures are considered the first of their kind since 2003, when former prime ministers used the security forces as a card to win votes in the elections and harness state resources for the benefit of their parties.
Not only that, but Al-Kazemi is the first prime minister who did not run for elections, and did not establish a party to participate in, unlike what his predecessors Iyad Allawi, Ibrahim al-Jaafari and Nuri al-Maliki did.
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These elections come in a different atmosphere from the previous ones, as there is no curfew, no road blocking, and no military manifestations in the street. Rather, a natural atmosphere was created for them, which did not affect the course of life in Iraqi cities, especially the capital, Baghdad.
Observers believe that Al-Kazemi's recent steps and the smooth conduct of special voting have positive indicators that motivate citizens to participate more in the general vote tomorrow, Sunday.
International observers, too, are roaming the streets of Baghdad and other cities, with less security measures than in previous elections.
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The presence of these observers came at the invitation of the Iraqi government. They will monitor the elections and submit reports detailing what happened in them.
Al-Kazemi's tour, which extended to both sides of Karkh and Rusafa in the capital, Baghdad, ended with lunch in one of its popular Iraqi restaurants with a group of citizens and journalists, where the Prime Minister spoke of his satisfaction with the conduct of the electoral process and government measures to ensure its integrity by supporting the Electoral Commission.
This tour, which Al-Kazemi went out, through which he wanted to break the barriers that were made between the citizen and the prime minister.
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But the funny thing about his tour is that he could not finish his lunch without interrupting the citizens, who stood around his table and spoke to them, between those who had a complaint and another who had a request and a group that wanted to meet him in his office and others demanded him to run for a second term, while dozens outside the restaurant to take a (selfie). ) with him.
Al-Kazemi assured everyone that the Iraqis have no choice but a strong Iraq, and called on them to participate widely in the elections.
Al-Kazemi returned to his headquarters while driving his car, before he appeared yesterday evening in a lengthy speech to the people inviting them to participate in the elections, and spoke with them frankly about his government, the achievements it achieved and the challenges it faced over the past 17 months.
On Sunday, the Iraqis will participate heavily, according to observers, to keep their eyes fixed until after the results are announced to know their seventh prime minister, so will Al-Kazemi remain prime minister of the Iraqi government?
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