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    Iraq: The three presidencies agree to support the implementation of the Sudanese government program

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    Post by rocky Fri 02 Dec 2022, 6:14 am

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    The three Iraqi presidencies agreed to support the implementation of the program of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] government , stressing the importance of unifying the political discourse at the local and international levels.
    And the three presidencies held, late yesterday night, Thursday, at the Peace Palace in Baghdad, a meeting that included the President of the Republic, Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid, the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, and the Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad Al-Halbousi.



    According to a statement by the Presidency of the Republic, "the meeting discussed the overall political, economic and security situation in the country, and ways to support the government in implementing its program and in a way that ensures the provision of the best services to citizens," noting that "the meeting stressed the importance of unifying political discourse at the local and international levels, and the necessity Enacting the laws that were agreed upon in the political agreement and within the specified periods.
    The conferees did not announce any position on holding early parliamentary elections, which were included in the government programme
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    She added, "The meeting stressed the need to proceed with holding provincial elections next year, as emphasized in the government curriculum," noting that "the economic situation in the country was discussed, and the need to legislate the budget law, and the importance of strengthening procedures for preserving public money and combating corruption, was stressed." And the promotion of reform steps in this regard, and the conditions of the displaced in the country were also discussed, as the meeting stressed the need to make more efforts to end their suffering and work for their return to their homes in a way that guarantees them a decent, safe and stable life.
    The conferees did not announce any position regarding holding early parliamentary elections, which were included in the government program, provided that they are held within a year of forming the government.
    This comes with signs of retreating from holding early elections, which Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani pledged to do within his government program, which Parliament voted on at the end of last October, amid assurances of parliamentary support for the movement, as a report prepared by the "State Administration" coalition proposed. It includes the Coordination Framework coalitions, the Kurdish forces and the Sovereignty Coalition, holding parliamentary elections on time in 2025.
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    And a deputy in the Iraqi parliament had confirmed, earlier, to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, that “in the event that the state administration coalition agrees not to hold early elections, the file will be referred to Parliament for approval, and that there is a rapprochement between the political blocs to pass it in parliament, not Especially since the state administration coalition owns most of the parliamentary seats.
    Iraqi political parties had previously questioned Al-Sudani's ability to achieve his government program, which Parliament voted on in the confidence-giving session that took place last Thursday, considering that the program is "mere unimplementable promises," warning of the consequences of non-implementation.
    It is noteworthy that Iraq witnessed early elections on October 10, 2021, but the vote on the government did not take place until a year later due to political differences.
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