The President of the Republic: Najaf Al-Ashraf will remain a center of culture and brotherhood
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Al-Najaf Al-Ashraf: Hussein Al-Kaabi
The President of the Republic, Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid, said: Najaf Al-Ashraf Governorate was and still is a center of culture, religion and brotherhood, and has represented throughout its history an incubator for coexistence and stability.
This came in his speech at the first national forum on the passing of President Jalal Talabani, which was organized by the Bahr Al-Uloom Charitable Foundations and President Jalal Talabani, and hosted by the Al-Alamein Institute for Graduate Studies in Najaf on the occasion of the sixth anniversary of Talabani’s passing.
Rashid pointed out in his speech that “Najaf was and still is an incubator of brotherhood, a culture of coexistence, and a guarantee of stability and legitimate rights, and it is still a religious, cultural and scientific witness to civilization and a bridge of communication between brothers, sons of the country and the people.”
He added, "The late president always emphasized the wisdom of the supreme authority, Mr. Ali al-Sistani, who was and still is a tent for all Iraqis," indicating that "the holding of the first national forum of the late president in Najaf shows the great cohesion between the governorates of Iraq, regardless of their components, as well as It came as a result of the close cooperation between the two institutions sponsoring the conference, and as a reminder of the late president’s participation in laying the foundation stone for the El Alamein Institute for Graduate Studies, which was founded during his reign.” In his speech, Rashid renewed his pledge to the late president "to continue to reunite Iraq and maintain its unity."
The President of the Republic, Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid, and the First Lady, Shanaz Ibrahim Ahmed, arrived yesterday morning, Wednesday, in Najaf, where they were received by Governor Majid Al-Waeli and Dr. Ibrahim Bahr Al-Ulum, to participate in the first national forum that was held in the hall of the Al-Alamein Institute for Postgraduate Studies in Najaf Governorate. Al-Ashraf commemorates the sixth anniversary of the passing of former President Mam Jalal Talabani under the slogan (Najaf is present in the thought and behavior of President Talabani).
The President of the Republic performed a visit ceremony to the shrine of Imam Ali bin Abi Talib, “peace be upon him,” and met with the Secretary-General of the Shrine of the Holy Shrine, Issa Al-Khurasan, and those in charge of it. The President of the Republic was briefed on the expansion and development projects being implemented by the Shrine of the Holy Shrine, and Al-Khurasan presented a gift to the President of the Republic as an expression of the welcome and pride of the Shrine. By visiting him.
In addition, the leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Rabha Hamad Abdullah, said in an interview with “Al-Sabah”: “The forum held at the Al-Alamein Institute for Graduate Studies has a special consideration, as it is being held in the Najaf Governorate, because this holy governorate has a special presence among all Iraqis. The forum highlights the national role of the late President Jalal Talabani, and we, as a National Union Party, are proud to hold it in Najaf.” Regarding the existing disputes between the Kurdistan region and the central government and the reasons for this dispute, Abdullah said: “The reason for the dispute is the lack of commitment to the constitution that more than 70% of the Iraqi people voted for, and unfortunately we have not yet seen any commitment to it as it should be, in addition to the failure to implement it.” Laws enacted by Parliament.
Regarding the most prominent differences between the two parties, she explained that “the differences are economic and some are political and geographical, but there is a focus on the economic problems related to oil and non-oil revenues,” pointing out that “the solution could be in adhering to the federal budget law for three years, as well as accelerating Enacting the oil law
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