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British newspaper: Al-Kazemi is the most appropriate solution to head the new government

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British newspaper: Al-Kazemi is the most appropriate solution to head the new government Empty British newspaper: Al-Kazemi is the most appropriate solution to head the new government

Post by rocky Mon 25 Oct 2021, 5:57 am

[size=52]British newspaper: Al-Kazemi is the most appropriate solution to head the new government[/size]

[size=45]A British newspaper said that Mustafa Al-Kazemi's personality appears, according to political observers, to be the most appropriate solutions to end the crisis of choosing a prime minister due to the absence of major objections to him by influential parties in Iraq, especially regional circles, given his achievement of some economic successes and the development of Iraqi-Arab relations.[/size]
[size=45]And the Independent newspaper quotes the researcher in political affairs, Issam Al-Faili, as saying that “Al-Kazemi is the most fortunate to take over as prime minister for a second term because of political support for him from important blocs and international support for his success in a number of files.” Al-Faili adds that he is "the most fortunate without a competitor," stressing that "political forces are working for him to take this position in the next stage, because they realize that there are no signs of corruption in him."[/size]
[size=45]Regarding the blocs that could reject Al-Kazemi’s second term, Al-Faili says that “there are forces that have specialized in making crises, and they want the next prime minister to come out of their cloak,” noting that “the reading that is not close to reality controls the mentality of these forces at a time when the regional map In Iraq, it has changed a lot and the level of people’s awareness has changed.” Al-Faili indicates that “the international community and regional countries will not oppose Al-Kazemi’s assumption of the prime ministership, to achieve successes in several files at the international level,” noting that “the Arab world wants Al-Kazemi to realize that he succeeded in marketing his country in the Arab world, and liberating it from the regional dimension that was and still threatens.” Iraqi-Arab relations from the Arab point of view. Some political forces want Iraq to remain trapped in the conflicting axes, according to Al-Faili, who explains that the United States did not put a “veto” on Al-Kazemi. In turn, the director of the Iraq Center for Strategic Studies, Ghazi Faisal, told the British newspaper, "Al-Kazemi has achieved successes at the economic level and developed his regional and Arab relations," noting that "there are important political blocs that wish to take over as prime minister in the next stage." He added that he "has achieved successes on several levels, including the economic situation, and that the conference of Iraq's regional neighbors is one of these successes," noting that "Al-Kazemi works according to the principle of partnership and mutual interests with neighboring countries and the development of relations with a number of Arab countries, including Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia." Attracting Gulf investments, setting clear policies with Iran and Turkey, and increasing trade exchange with each of them. Faisal explained that "Al-Kazemi set a program for the exit of US forces from Iraq and to satisfy those who demand this direction, while he fulfilled some of the demands of the masses, including changing the election law and introducing some young people to the next parliament through the new electoral system."[/size]
[size=45]Faisal continued, "What increases Al-Kazemi's fortunes is his lack of affiliation with a particular political party, which gives him impartiality in solving problems," noting that there are major challenges in the next stage, including poverty, inflation, organized crime, slums, and the need for major strategies to put Iraq in the right direction on the map. The Middle East as a developed country in terms of industry, agriculture, infrastructure and communications.[/size]
[size=45]Regarding the blocs that support Al-Kazemi’s candidacy, he stated that “the Kurdistan Democratic Party welcomes the assignment of Al-Kazemi for a second term, as well as the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan,” noting that “any other names presented in the media or behind the scenes will not be accepted because they were previously nominated and faced popular and political rejection.”[/size]
[size=45]In a related context, writer and journalist Ali Al-Baydar told The Independent that "the Shiite house will have to accept Al-Kazemi's assumption of a second term in order to achieve consensus within this house, explaining the existence of international and popular support for his personality." He continued, "The coordination framework's insistence on Maliki's candidacy will see al-Sadr negatively his electoral rights, in conjunction with the coordination framework's refusal to be a Sadrist prime minister, especially in light of the poor relations between Muqtada al-Sadr and Nuri al-Maliki after the arrest of large numbers of Sadrists during his tenure as prime minister." He stressed that "these positions make Al-Kazemi the closest to a second term."[/size]
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