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    The service process was obstructed.. The Sudanese is “preoccupied” with the dilemma of the “Diyala-K

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    The service process was obstructed.. The Sudanese is “preoccupied” with the dilemma of the “Diyala-K Empty The service process was obstructed.. The Sudanese is “preoccupied” with the dilemma of the “Diyala-K

    Post by Rocky Mon 26 Feb 2024, 2:11 pm

    The service process was obstructed.. The Sudanese is “preoccupied” with the dilemma of the “Diyala-Kirkuk-Salahuddin” triangle.
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Representative of the Coordination Framework, Salem Al-Anbaki, confirmed today, Monday (February 26, 2024), that Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani is seeking to resolve political differences regarding the formation of the remaining local governments.
    Al-Anbuki told “Baghdad Today” that “local governments are considered the executive bodies for implementing the government curriculum on the ground in the governorates, and for this reason Al-Sudani seeks to resolve the political differences regarding the formation of the remaining local governments (Diyala, Kirkuk, Salah al-Din), so that they do not There will be an obstacle to the implementation of government plans.”
    He stated that "Al-Sudani enjoys the support and backing of all the conflicting and conflicting political parties in those governorates, and he is working to bring viewpoints closer together to speed up the formation of local governments. Perhaps there will be positive results for Al-Sudani’s efforts during the next week, as he is in constant contact with all parties to the dispute."
    In Diyala, differences still exist between renewing the current governor, Muthanna al-Tamimi, or appointing a governor from Bani Tamim, and the desire of the Sunni political forces, in coordination with the Badr bloc, led by Hadi al-Amiri, to appoint a new governor. As for Kirkuk, the differences do not seem to be resolved soon, with each nationalist bloc insisting that The position of governor belongs to them, especially the Kurdish and Arab forces, and in Salah al-Din, political differences and judicial indicators led to the withdrawal of Ahmed al-Jubouri “Abu Mazen” from the position of governor after he was elected.
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