Shiite politician: The deep state exists within every component, and no coup will happen in Iraq
Al-Zubaidi said in a post on his Facebook account, which was reviewed by Shafaq News Agency, entitled "Statement Number One", "The most important person who believes that the coups in Iraq are only an attempt to seize power and the reins of power," explaining that "attempts to control the government began from the moment. The first is to form the deep state in Iraq after the Black Baath coup in 1968, so that the deep state achieved its first successes with (Saddam) coming to power in 1979.”
He continued, "After 2003, and with the absence of a real approach to establishing a state or handing over power smoothly after each election cycle, the deep state returned to becoming states that penetrated and exhausted the body of the state, and the deep state was no longer specific to a component (Shiite, Sunni, Kurdish) but rather existed within the component. The one in different forms and according to the state that finances and controls, and this is what we witnessed with some components that did not succeed in integrating and working together except by an external decision imposed on them, bringing the matter to some to beg for countries to occupy Iraq, which is not surprising. It's every chance he gets."
Al-Zubaidi added, "In response to the claimants, the Iraqi national opposition has never accepted the legitimacy of the occupation, and the most important point for the martyr of the mihrab, whether in the London conference or after 2003, is to hand over power completely to the Iraqis and hold fair elections."
He concluded by saying, "Dreamers today at zero hour and statement number one have missed that the democratic process in Iraq is a legitimate and internationally recognized process and that Iraq's importance as a center of energy will never allow coups or semi-coups," adding, "Our hands are stretched out to everyone in order to build the country and look with an eye." One for all the components of our people and our national principles were and still put Iraq first above all considerations.
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