[size=36]Al-Ghazi: There are political blocs that took the initiative to prevent the Sadrist movement from withdrawing from Parliament, but some of them were happy[/size]
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, Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Al-Ghazi, considered, on Wednesday, that the talk about his supervision of the implementation of the Food Security Law is "misleading" by some parties, indicating that the Sadrist movement does not want the corrupt to participate and restore quotas in the government.
Al-Ghazi said in a meeting within the activities of the Al-Rafidain Forum, "The one who called on the Prime Minister to choose me as Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers is my work in Dhi Qar Governorate," noting that "investment in Dhi Qar is part of it to calm the street in addition to the governorate's situation."
He added, "The Council of Ministers voted on several decisions to support Dhi Qar and establish a fund for the reconstruction of the province," noting that "talking about my supervision of the Food Security Law is misleading by some parties."
He stressed that "the implementation of the food security law is up to the ministries of finance, planning and trade."
Al-Ghazi indicated that "the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, has two main reasons: the non-participation of the corrupt and the restoration of quotas in the government," noting that "the withdrawal
of the Sadrist bloc from Parliament is a historic position."
He stated that "there are political blocs that took the initiative not to withdraw the Sadrist movement from parliament, but some of them were happy." Ended 29/N33