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    The most important issues that Al-Kazemi discussed in today's session

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    The most important issues that Al-Kazemi discussed in today's session Empty The most important issues that Al-Kazemi discussed in today's session

    Post by Rocky Tue 12 Apr 2022, 2:39 pm

    The most important issues that Al-Kazemi discussed in today's session
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    Baghdad / Al-Mawrid News
    The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, spoke during the cabinet session held today, Tuesday, about several important issues that affect the lives of citizens, including the files of high prices and the electricity crisis.
    Al-Kazemi said in a statement, according to his media office, "Before Ramadan, we took decisions in the interest of citizens and facing the rise in food prices that all countries of the world witnessed due to the Russian-Ukrainian war, and the government assumed responsibility for making difficult decisions in order to protect the citizen and maintain prices."
    He added, "Unfortunately, some ministries have taken decisions that have negative repercussions on the life of the citizen. The ministers, when they make any decision, put the interest of the citizen. Yes, the state needs financial revenues, but that the citizen is not the victim in such decisions."
    He noted, "We have taken a set of decisions to confront the crisis of rising world prices, including opening imports, and this decision was issued by the Council of Ministers, and it is obligatory to implement it by the relevant ministries and to stay away from personal judgments at the expense of citizens."
    He stressed the ministers, "to abide by all cabinet decisions that pertain to the life of the citizen, as this matter is not subject to discussion or subject to personal interests or the influences of influence groups. life of the citizen.
    He continued, "We held several periodic meetings with officials in the Ministry of Electricity and the rest of the ministries in order to overcome the obstacles to providing electric power to citizens next summer, and there is a special committee to follow up on the electricity file. Our directives to the ministers cooperate in this field, to cross any potential electricity crisis."
    Al-Kazemi noted, "There is a heavy legacy of tampering with the strategic plan to provide electricity and fuel, and we succeeded last summer in crossing it, and we are currently working to provide money and everything required for the electricity insurance process, including what we presented to the House of Representatives within the Food Security Law."
    He continued, "We hope that the Food Security Law will be passed according to the government's vision to run the country's affairs, because there are many requirements, especially with regard to electricity, and we are approaching the summer, and what it requires to provide fuel and secure the needs of citizens. Failure to provide funds will lead to an electricity crisis, and we hope that The brothers in Parliament understand this and support the government in providing for the needs of citizens by passing the law in a way that does not affect the essence of the law.”
    He continued, "We renew our affirmation to the security services, the National Security, and the Interior Intelligence to continue to monitor merchants and those who take advantage of crises to live at the expense of citizens' livelihoods, and not to allow them to manipulate prices, and hold them accountable severely. Citizens must inform the security services about price manipulators."
    The Prime Minister said, "During the past two weeks, we have held continuous security meetings to monitor the security situation, and follow up on terrorist groups that are trying to gain a foothold or for media activity to prove their presence, and our heroic security forces are making a great effort to limit these operations, and we continue to pursue terrorist gangs, and we have operations A proactive and intelligence effort to track them down, and we will carry out major operations very soon to pursue the remaining remnants of terrorism."
    He went on to say: "Our directives are to ministers, agents and general directors to listen to citizens' complaints, to take to the streets and to be close to citizens."
    He concluded his speech: "I hope the political forces will work hard to agree on a formula to form the government, carry out their duties, work on preparing the 2022 budget, and fulfill their obligations towards the citizens.
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