The three presidencies held, today, 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.
And the Presidency of the Republic stated in a statement received by the National News Center that “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 manner that ensures the provision of the best services to citizens.”
The statement added, "The meeting emphasized the importance of unifying political discourse at the local and international levels, and the need to legislate the laws that were agreed upon in the political agreement and within the specified periods for them."
He explained that "the meeting stressed the need to proceed with the holding of provincial elections next year, according to what was emphasized in the government curriculum."
And he indicated that “the economic situation in the country was discussed, and the need to legislate the budget law was emphasized, and the importance of strengthening measures to preserve public money, combat corruption, and promote reform steps in this regard. 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.”
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