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    Blaskhart: We cannot defend the post-2003 regime if it is left as it is..and the Sudanese government

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    Post by Rocky Wed 15 Mar 2023, 7:49 am

    [size=38]Blaskhart: We cannot defend the post-2003 regime if it is left as it is..and the Sudanese government needs time to reform[/size]


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    Baghdad / Obelisk: The United Nations warned of political problems in Iraq, expecting that the situation would lead to the eruption of new protests, while Al-Sudani refused to drag his country into conflicts between neighboring countries and their opponents.
    Blaskhart said in a speech that she had warned in 2019 that intense anger boils easily, and that failure to act will inevitably lead to a new cycle of violence, something that actually led to mass demonstrations in October of that year when many Iraqis - from all walks of life - descended. To the streets, protesting against the lack of economic, social and political prospects and against the futility of corruption and partisan interests.
    Plasschaert noted in a speech that the heavy loss of life as well as the many injuries, along with the lack of accountability and the hijacking of peaceful protests with all kinds of power dynamics led to the rapid expansion of an already huge crisis of confidence.
    She noted that while it was widely acknowledged that early elections in 2021 were transparent and credible - no small feat for a young democracy - soon after, Iraq found itself in a very volatile and politically charged post-election environment, as calls went to parties to overcome their differences. A situation that led to armed clashes in the heart of the capital and other places, leading to the emergence of the new government of Muhammad Shia al-Sudani.
    Plasschaert stressed that the political, security, economic, environmental and institutional challenges - to a large extent - remained constant, which means that many aspirations and demands - that emerged in October 2019 - are still alive, and this means that first aid solutions do not work, and it means that inaction must be abandoned. It also means that the patience and steadfastness of the Iraqis will continue to be tested.
    “Now these events of the past 20 years have not only multiplied existing vulnerabilities inherited from previous decades, but also revealed new vulnerabilities,” she said. In other words: While Iraq has traversed, throughout its history, some very dark and difficult times, the drivers of instability in the country's recent past remain largely unchanged - resulting in a pattern of recurring crises. These include, among others, systemic corruption, and weak governance. Poor service delivery, unemployment, and over-reliance on oil all in turn affect the average Iraqi citizen, fuel public grievances, and exacerbate tensions within and between communities.
    And she indicated that the current Iraqi government has shown its determination to address a number of pressing issues, so any government needs time to get things done and put the national interest above everything.
    Plasschaert stressed the need to ensure justice and accountability for all – regardless of affiliation or background and they should see that creating an enabling and “inclusive” environment is the core of any policy or legislation.
    And she warned that high oil prices cannot keep the country afloat, just as sustainable job creation cannot be achieved by increasing public sector inflation, stressing the urgent need for economic and financial reforms. Efforts to combat systemic corruption in Iraq must go beyond individuals or events.
    The UN envoy stressed that the system that was established after 2003 is untenable and if left as it is, it will backfire again. In addition, many of the outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil require institutional relations.
    Blaskhart warned that if measures are not taken to address this, Iraq will fail this test, and therefore it is important to stabilize the country in the stability it needs to withstand future shocks, and for this to happen, we must learn collectively from recent history.
    The UN envoy concluded her speech by emphasizing, “We sincerely hope that, drawing on Iraq's vast wealth, diversity, opportunities and capabilities, it will be able now and thus be enabled to move forward successfully. After 20 years, the country deserves to rise above endless cycles of instability and fragility. Iraqis are well aware of the life that They promised it after Saddam and two decades later, they deserve better.
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