[size=52]Iraqi Prime Minister to the country's leaders: concession is a real strength[/size]
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Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced that he will call tomorrow for an Iraqi national dialogue for all the country's leaders, in order to contribute to finding a solution, and to think about solving this issue, stressing that "concession is a real strength element."
Mustafa Al-Kazemi, said during the weekly cabinet session, Tuesday (August 16, 2022), that the government’s decision was not to get involved in Iraqi blood “neither today nor tomorrow, Iraqi blood is precious, and problems must be solved through dialogue and then dialogue,” declaring that he will call tomorrow for An Iraqi national dialogue for all the country’s leaders; In order to contribute to finding a solution, and to think about solving this issue.”
And he sent a message to the country’s leaders, saying that “everyone is fleeting and history is the ruling, we must be up to the challenge,” stressing that “sacrifice for the sake of Iraq is not an element of weakness but an element of strength, and some do not imagine when he makes a concession to his brother as if he is in a position of weakness. . This is a mistake; Compromise is a real strength.”
And he indicated that the Iraqi crisis "is not the only one in this world. There are many experiences that have passed close to ours, and they may be more complex, but using wisdom and wise leaders have succeeded in crossing that stage."
In this context, he referred to the experiences of Singapore, which turned from a failed state to one of the most important countries in the world, and Rwanda, which turned into an important country today after witnessing a civil war and massacres.
Mustafa Al-Kazemi considered that “it is unreasonable in Iraq, the founding country of human civilization, at an age of nearly 6,000 years, and we are still dealing with problems in a way that breaks wills.”
He hoped that “everyone will have patience and courage; So that we can cross this stage and be able to build our country,” noting that “there has been no budget for two years, things are going right.”
Concerning people’s service demands, he said, “People ask and ask for everything, which is their right. People have the right to demand paved streets, water, schools, and health care, but all of this must have a budget; For the government to do its part.”
He concluded that "the political blockage was reflected in the formation of the government and the absence of a budget, and we accepted all challenges and tried to overcome them, and we always faced accusations, slander and injustice with silence for the sake of Iraq, and for our people who deserve a better life than what they are currently living."
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