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Iraq: The war of rumors surrounds Al-Kazemi's government

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Post by rocky Fri 07 Oct 2022, 7:21 am

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Baghdad

Safa Al Kubaisi


October 06, 2022
An unprecedented campaign of rumors and accusations against Al-Kazemi (Hussein Faleh/AFP)
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Today, Thursday, the spokesman for the Iraqi Prime Minister, Yahya Rasoul, warned of the danger of rumors and misleading news circulated by local news agencies and social networking sites, stressing “the need to adopt news from non-partisan websites, in a step to limit the attack of rumors and accusations against the government and its head.” [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , with political motives.
During the recent period, rumors and accusations campaigns against Al-Kazemi and his government have escalated in an unprecedented manner, especially on news sites and platforms associated with the parties to the " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] " coalition , in light of a raging political crisis in the country.

That campaign focused on accusing the government of negligence in most of the files, as well as accusing it of taking ill-considered decisions and steps that caused security confusion and political and economic crises, among others.
The representative of the "Coordination Framework", Intisar Al-Moussawi, accused in a statement, yesterday, Wednesday, Al-Kazemi's government of seeking to ignite security tensions in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] province , and said that " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and the Basra Operations Command were able to control the security situation after the province witnessed tensions and targeting the headquarters of the Popular Mobilization in the palaces. " presidency."
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She added, "The caretaker government has caused all the chaos that Basra and Iraq in general are experiencing, as this government is trying to prolong chaos and instability, in order to stay in power as long as possible, and ensure that the new government is not formed."
Also, yesterday, Wednesday, news platforms linked to the armed factions, Al-Kazemi, were accused of making major changes at the level of security leaders, in order to ensure the loyalty of the army leaders to them, which prompted Al-Kazemi's office to respond to them and deny the authenticity of these news.
Al-Kazemi’s spokesman, Major General Yahya Rasoul, confirmed, in a statement, that “some social media and media sites are working to promote news of the referral of high-ranking officers in the security services to the command, and that this news is incorrect,” noting that “these officers are still in their positions, and that these miserable attempts will not affect their determination and professionalism.”
He called on everyone to be "accurate in transmitting information, not spreading rumors, and knowing the facts from their official sources exclusively."
For his part, an official close to Al-Kazemi's office confirmed that political motives were behind these rumors, and the official told "Al-Araby Al-Jadeed", on condition of anonymity, today, Thursday, that "the parties who spread the rumors are identified by us, and all of them are linked to the forces of the coordination framework, It is trying to disrupt and thwart the government's wheel in order to proceed with the project of forming the new government."
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He stressed that "this method is professionally and morally rejected, and it is a deliberate attempt to disrupt the government's work," stressing that "Al-Kazemi is not committed to remaining in power, and he is working to stabilize the situation, and he does not mind forming a new government."
He called on those parties, whom he did not name, to "pay attention to the political crisis and find solutions to it, instead of making accusations and promoting malicious rumours."
And a document revealed by a member of the Iraqi Parliament, this week, allocating an amount of 70 billion Iraqi dinars (one dinar equals 0.00068 US dollars) to furnish the office of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, has sparked controversy among political and popular circles, amid criticism on social media sites for the continuation of corruption. , prompting Al-Kazemi's office to issue a statement denying its authenticity.
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