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    I announce the closure of official working hours on the 18th and 19th of this month... Empty I announce the closure of official working hours on the 18th and 19th of this month...

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    [size=45]Al-Sudani: We are working on preparing a draft law to prevent torture and the Iraqis are now fighting the battle of reconstruction and corruption
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    12/11/2023
    Hussein Al-Saadi:
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’ Al-Sudani announced work on a draft law to prevent torture and inhuman treatment, calling on the House of Representatives to complete the selection of members of the High Commission for Human Rights While he indicated that the Iraqis are now fighting the battle of reconstruction, construction, and fighting corruption, he discussed with the Chairman of the Board of the Independent High Electoral Commission, Omar Ahmed Muhammad, the suspension of official working hours on the 18th and 19th of this month.
    Al-Sudani said in his speech during the second conference of the National Plan for Human Rights in Iraq, which was held by the Ministry of Justice under the slogan (The State of Man is Our Goal), coinciding with the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, followed by Al-Zawraa: “The historic victory achieved over gangs The terrorist ISIS represents a victory for the will of our people and our armed forces of all types and formations,” noting that “the human rights file in Iraq received special importance in the government’s program and in executive steps, and work on it expanded to include various aspects of an individual’s life.”
    The Prime Minister called on “the House of Representatives to complete the selection of members of the High Commission for Human Rights, so that it will be a constitutional and legal support for consolidating the basic principles of human rights and including them in the performance of the government apparatus,” pointing out that “the government’s responsibility regarding the human rights file extends to the right to a dignified life, and the right By escaping the inheritance of poverty, and the right to education, health, and services.”
    He stated that “the state has the right to search for job opportunities in a free and productive market, the right to protect public funds and pursue corruptors, and for the displaced to return to their areas strengthened and safe.”
    He continued, “We have opened the windows of communication to any complaint, no matter how small or minor, as it will be given the required attention, and we issued clear and strict directives to adhere to humane and legal dealings between law enforcers and citizens,” pointing out “to bring to justice, through legal procedures, anyone who has committed a crime.” He carried out inhumane and violating practices, exploiting his authority, in accordance with Article 37 of the Constitution.”
    He explained, “We worked to approve the national strategy to combat human trafficking in Iraq, and the national plan attached to it,” noting that “the Council of Ministers approved the national strategy for suicide prevention, and the draft law on the right to obtain information was referred to the House of Representatives.”
    He stated, “We activated the Yazidi Women Survivors Law, and lifted the injustice against this Iraqi component, and the Yazidis took ownership of their places of residence after this file had been stalled for more than 40 years, in addition to amending the draft law on freedom of expression of opinion, assembly, and peaceful demonstration, in a way that guarantees the establishment of constitutional rights.” And consolidating it,” pointing out, “We are currently working on a draft law preventing torture and inhuman treatment, to be an addition to the system of laws protecting human rights, and raising the level of social care was an important path in caring for human rights.”
    He stressed that “new categories have been included, and the coverage of existing categories has been expanded, so that social protection will be an umbrella under which the dignity of the Iraqi human being is preserved and the specter of poverty is kept away,” pointing out “to stand with the Palestinian right to decent living and to establish the Palestinian state on Palestinian soil, and to demand an end to the aggression against Gaza".
    The Prime Minister pointed out that “the priorities adopted by the government, in economic reform, combating corruption, providing services, providing job opportunities, and combating poverty, constitute the core of the citizen’s right,” pointing out that “protecting society from the scourges of intellectual, cultural, and health destruction, psychotropic substances, and deadly toxins.” “It is a responsibility we assume, believing in the right of the Iraqi person to be protected.”
    In another context, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani confirmed that the battle of reconstruction, construction, and fighting corruption is the one that the Iraqis are fighting at the present time.
    Al-Sudani said, in his speech on the occasion of the sixth anniversary of the great victory over ISIS terrorist gangs, followed by Al-Zawraa: “We remember this historic victory, in which the Iraqis were able to defeat ISIS and its terrorism, on behalf of the world and all of humanity, and we recall with reverence and honor the titles of sacrifice of our heroic martyrs. And with them are the leaders of victory, who would not have seen freedom, victory, and safe living except through their great sacrifices.”
    He added, “We express our pride and pride in the heroic performance of our heroic armed forces in all their ranks, which set out towards victories armed with the great stance of the wise supreme authority, and the blessed fatwa on the efficient jihad of His Eminence Grand Ayatollah Sayyed al-Sistani (may his soul be long), which mobilized all the nation’s energies against terrorism.”
    He continued, “We also salute the Iraqi woman and her great stance, as the confrontation claimed the lives of martyrs, the disappeared, and the kidnapped, just as it claimed the lives of men,” thanking “all the brothers and friends who supported Iraq in its true war against the forces of evil and darkness.”
    The Prime Minister pointed out that “Iraqis today are fighting the battle of reconstruction and construction, fighting corruption, and the challenge of providing services, based on the stability achieved thanks to those sacrifices, which we cannot allow anyone to neglect, under any circumstances.”
    Meanwhile, the Prime Minister’s Media Office announced the suspension of official working hours on the 18th and 19th of this month.
    The office stated in a statement: “Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani received the Chairman of the Board of the Independent High Electoral Commission, Omar Ahmed Muhammad, accompanied by the Head of the Electoral Administration of the Commission, Abbas Al-Fatlawi,” noting that “Al-Sudani reviewed a briefing that included the Commission’s latest preparations for holding council elections.” Governorates scheduled for December 18th.
    According to the statement, the Prime Minister affirmed: “The government’s keenness on the success of the electoral process; “It is a constitutional entitlement, and the importance of preparing all the requirements for success so that the results are the true expression of the will of the Iraqi people, ensuring that they are conducted with integrity and transparency.”
    The statement added, “During the meeting, December 12 was set as the date for handing over the schools to the Commission’s staff. In order to prepare the requirements for the electoral process, and to suspend the official working hours in schools for a week, as well as to suspend the official working hours in all government institutions on the 18th and 19th of December, which will be approved by the Council of Ministers in its next session.”[/size]
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