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    Iraq: Doubts about the success of the Sudanese government in implementing its promises

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    Despite the passage of about a month and a half since the formation of the government of Muhammad Shia al-Sudani on October 27, supported by the "Coordination Framework" coalition, which brings together blocs and parties close to Tehran, this government faces obstacles in achieving the promises it made within its government program. 
    Amidst these difficulties in achieving government promises, observers warn that failure to implement them may prevent the government from gaining the confidence of the Iraqi street.

    Al-Sudani began his government work by making many promises, pledging to fulfill them within a maximum period of one year, and then go to early parliamentary and local elections. Among the most prominent of the Sudanese government’s curriculum is ending the phenomenon of uncontrolled weapons outside the scope of the official and legitimate institutions of the state, and working with the competent authorities to reveal the fate of the missing and including them in the Victims of Terrorism Law after conducting a security audit.
    Salem: Failure to implement promises will be the closest to the Sudanese government
    The promises also included the abolition of the Accountability and Justice Commission, and the issuance of a general amnesty for some detainees, as well as raising the value of the Iraqi dinar against the dollar exchange rate, which has declined inversely during the past few days (the US dollar is equivalent to 1,459 Iraqi dinars).
    [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] included the implementation of the "Sinjar Agreement" between Erbil and Baghdad, which would remove the PKK forces from Sinjar district in Nineveh Governorate, as well as combating corruption and holding the corrupt accountable. And many other promises that were part of the political agreement, on the basis of which the current government was formed.

    The Sudanese government is unable to implement promises

    Meanwhile, an independent deputy in the Iraqi parliament, Sajjad Salem, said, in an interview with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, that "Al-Sudani and his government, until this hour, have not fulfilled any of the promises made within and outside his government program." 
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    And he indicated that "the Sudanese has not yet taken any real and realistic action regarding his government's control of uncontrolled weapons and restricting weapons to the hands of the state." He pointed out that "the uncontrolled weapon is still the same in the Iraqi street, and this weapon constitutes a real threat to civil peace, in addition to threatening the existence of the Iraqi state."
    Salem suggested, "Al-Sudani's inability to fulfill many promises, due [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] by some parties to the coordination framework." He also stressed that "failing to implement promises will be the closest to his government, as is the case with previous governments, because it was formed according to the quotas that brought Iraq to its current state of corruption and failure."
    In turn, the leader of the Sovereignty Alliance, Hassan al-Jubouri, said in an interview with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed that " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] agreements on the basis of which the Sudanese government was formed." 
    He pointed out that the most prominent of these promises are "restricting weapons to the state, revealing the fate of the kidnapped, reconstructing liberated cities, compensating those affected, resolving the issue of the Accountability and Justice Commission, as well as a general amnesty and many others." 
    He pointed out that "although more than a month has passed since the formation of the government, it has not implemented what was previously agreed upon, and we are still following and monitoring government moves and decisions to implement those promises, and we do not know the true reasons for delaying this achievement, especially since there is a political agreement on implement it.”
    Al-Jubouri stressed that "if procrastination and [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to fulfill those promises and agreements, we will have a political position." He stressed that this position "is not only on the part of the political forces in the Sovereignty Alliance, but also the Kurdish forces, and even some Shiite political parties."

    The "coordination framework" confirms the government's determination to implement promises

    On the other hand, the representative of the “coordinating framework,” Rafik al-Salhi, confirmed to “The New Arab” that “the prime minister is serious and determined to fulfill all the promises he made within his government program, or through the political agreements that took place within the state administration coalition, but there is a schedule.” time to fulfill these promises and agreements. 
    Al-Salihi stressed that "Al- [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and the file of fighting corruption among the priorities of their work in the first months of the life of the government, and there is a clear achievement in these two files, and the next stage will include steps and decisions to implement the rest of promises and political agreements."
    Al-Salihi pointed out that "the decline in the price of the Iraqi dinar [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and the measures to control it are the responsibility and authority of the Central Bank of Iraq, which is an independent body from the government."
    He pointed out that "the government is communicating with the Central Bank to find appropriate solutions to reduce the price or control it, and there is a decision that will be issued after approving the budget that contributes to reviving the financial situation."
    For his part, political analyst Ghazi Faisal, in an interview with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, underestimated the possibility of fulfilling promises. He emphasized that "Iraqi governments are accustomed to having [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and very little is implemented from it." 
    Al-Salihi: The next stage will include steps to implement the rest of the promises
    He also pointed out that the reason for not implementing the promises is "the control of the political blocs and parties over the state's decisions and the formation of a deep state affiliated with it that implements its political and personal agendas."
    He explained that "the Sudanese government will not be different from previous governments, and the promises made will remain mere slogans." He also pointed out that "even the political agreements on the basis of which the government was formed with the Sunni and Kurdish political forces will remain fake agreements without implementation, especially related to uncontrolled weapons, the file of the kidnapped, and resolving disputes with the Kurdistan Regional Government." 
    Faisal stressed that "if the promises are not implemented in the coming months, this may push the political forces that supported the government to oppose it, especially with the presence of popular opposition behind which supporters of the Sadrist movement and the October Coordinators stand behind."
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