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Al-Kazemi took over as prime minister on May 7, 2020 after a difficult political labor (Al-Jazeera)
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Baghdad - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] 's government closed its government trip on October 27, after the Iraqi parliament granted confidence to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] as prime minister, after nearly two and a half years that Al-Kazemi spent as prime minister, succeeding former Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, who was forced to resign at the end of the year 2019, following massive popular demonstrations in Iraq at the time.
Al-Kazemi assumed his position as Prime Minister on May 7, 2020, after a difficult political struggle after the resignation of Abdul-Mahdi, as politicians Adnan Al-Zarfi and Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi failed to form the government, which prompted the political blocs to accept a settlement that resulted in Al-Kazemi choosing as prime minister after his victory. Parliament's confidence.
With the end of Al-Kazemi’s mandate, many questions are raised about the most prominent files in which his government succeeded politically, economically and security, and those that did not, especially since social media in Iraq is witnessing remarkable momentum about Al-Kazemi’s government after the end of its mandate.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Ghanem Al-Abed: Al-Kazemi succeeded in places and failed in others (Al-Jazeera Net)
political fileFor his part, political researcher Ghanem Al-Abed believes that before delving into the assessment of Al-Kazemi’s government, it must be noted that it came in a sensitive circumstance in the country after the resignation of former Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi following the demonstrations, and that Al-Kazemi came to the government as a settlement candidate, stressing that The success or failure of the Al-Kazemi government is counted on the political parties before it is counted on him.
In general, Al-Abed sees - in his speech to Al-Jazeera Net - that Al-Kazemi succeeded in places and failed in others. On the political level, he succeeded in opening up to neighboring countries and the world by signing many agreements, whether with Jordan, Saudi Arabia or Egypt, and was able to hold early elections despite all the objections that were marred by them, described as the "most honest" since 2005.
In this direction, political analyst Manaf Al-Moussawi goes, who added that Al-Kazemi succeeded in building good foreign relations with Arab and regional countries, especially since Iraq hosted many international conferences, commenting: "Iraq during Al-Kazemi's era played a role in extinguishing fires between regional countries, Such as mediation between Saudi Arabia and Iran,” noting that Al-Kazemi succeeded in running early legislative elections that the United Nations described as fair and transparent, which is an achievement for his government, according to Al-Moussawi.
Al-Moussawi continues - in his speech to Al-Jazeera Net - that the internal situation in Iraq was more complex, especially since Al-Kazemi did not have a parliamentary bloc supporting him, and therefore he did not provide much at the level of internal performance except for his government benefiting from the high oil prices, which led to a financial abundance.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Safwan Qusai: Al-Kazemi's government succeeded in concluding many international agreements (Al-Jazeera Net)
Economic ProfileThere are many opinions that talk about the economic achievements and failures that Iraq witnessed under Al-Kazemi’s government, especially since the last ten months he spent in power lacked a general budget for the country, due to his government’s inability to pass the draft general budget to Parliament due to its limited powers and being limited to conducting business.
Al-Hamdani believes that Al-Kazemi’s government did not differ much from its predecessors with regard to corruption files, as evidenced by the resignation of Finance Minister Ali Allawi, protesting the spread of corruption in state institutions, taking into account that Allawi was the architect of the economic reform paper known as the “white paper.”
More evidence indicates that Al-Kazemi did not succeed economically, through the high rates of poverty and unemployment in the country and the devaluation of the Iraqi dinar, which saved the government and exhausted the Iraqis, pointing out that all these indicators do not mean a complete failure, as he writes to his government that it has concluded many economic agreements with many One of the countries, whose benefits can only be seen in the medium and long term, according to Al-Hamdani.
As for Ghanem Al-Abed, for his part, he believes that the corruption files that the Al-Kazemi government has been accused of, are responsible for investigating the Sudanese government.
On the other hand, the financial and economic expert Safwan Qusay indicated that Iraq in Al-Kazemi’s government succeeded to some extent in concluding many economic agreements with neighboring countries and the world, but the results may not be immediate and clear, which requires the new government to complete this path to make Iraq Attractive environment for investment.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Al-Bayati: Iraq witnessed a qualitative leap in the nature of operations against ISIS fighters under the Al-Kazemi government (Al-Jazeera Net)
security fileThere are many indicators that are taken against Al-Kazemi’s government in terms of security, which Manaf Al-Moussawi refers to, commenting that “it failed to confine arms to the state, to deal with armed groups, and to implement the law, all of which led to the loss of the prestige of the state, especially with Al-Kazemi’s failure to respond.” for trying to assassinate him.
Ghanem Al-Abed agrees with Al-Moussawi's proposal to describe the failures as a "big failure," saying that his failure to confront the uncontrolled weapons inside the country, and his failure to respond to the insults he was subjected to by armed groups in an inappropriate manner, as well as his failure to respond to the bombing and encirclement of the Green Zone several times. And his failure to respond to the assassination attempt he was subjected to via drones, all of these are negative indicators of his rule.
As for the external security level, security and strategic expert Sarmad Al-Bayati points to a number of security successes, among which is that Iraq witnessed a qualitative leap in the nature of operations against ISIS fighters, especially that the Iraqi intelligence was able - in cooperation with neighboring countries - to bring many leaders Organization.
Al-Bayati added - in his speech to Al-Jazeera Net - that the Counter-Terrorism Service was very active in the last four months of the life of the Al-Kazemi government, as the Iraqi provinces did not witness major security breaches, and the military operations against the organization's fighters were qualitative through precise air strikes, intelligence work and the adoption of The security forces had plans that were not implemented before.
Al-Bayati concludes by talking about the government’s success in dealing with the Syrian refugee camp of al-Hol, which includes thousands of Iraqis, explaining that the government was able to return many Iraqis who were not involved in “terrorist” crimes to Iraq, which eased the international pressure that was being exerted on the state.
For his part, the Iraqi journalist Hussam Al-Hajj tweeted, "My friend, I bowed in front of weapons and political money, and I was a lifeline for the quota system. Fear and hesitation weakened the political role of your government. ..!".
On the other hand, political writer Essam Hussein tweeted, expressing a different point of view, saying, "Until this moment, the package of framework accusations (in reference to the coordination framework) for Al-Kazemi is still trapped in statements and tweets, so they should, after their comfortable parliamentary and governmental majority, turn this encyclopedia of accusations into Parliamentary and judicial files, especially since the man (Al-Kazemi) left and handed them the highest financial reserve since 2003.”
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