[size=38]Al-Maliki's Coalition: Iraq Faces An External Threat, And A Government Of Services Must Be Formed[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]08/04/2022 | 7:15 PM
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Today, Thursday, the State of Law coalition confirmed that Iraq faces an external threat and that all political forces must unite to repel it, while showing that the country needs to impose the law and form a service government.
"In light of the difficult circumstances and the unknown political future, it is the duty of every citizen to bear the responsibility," said the coalition's deputy, Dergham al-Maliki, in an interview with the "Information" agency, noting that "to absorb the anger of the street, every patriot must support the dialogue project."
He added, "The current situation requires everyone to unite to achieve integrity, combat corruption, impose the prestige of the state, preserve public money, and activate the law," noting that "Iraq faces an external threat and everyone must unite to repel it."
The representative of the state of law explained that “Iraq needs to impose the law and form a government of services,” stressing the need to “intensify initiatives, and there must be a national initiative that satisfies all parties.”
Today, Thursday, the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Ayed Al-Hilali, confirmed that the coordinating framework with the dissolution of Parliament and the call for early elections in order to avoid Iraq falling into a dangerous political slide and deter foreign strife, indicating that there is no problem in dissolving Parliament if procedures and amendments are agreed upon. Constitutionalism, in order to deter foreign strife. Done/25 SR