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    Zebari: America's exit will end international investment in Iraq, and federalism will rewrite the co

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    Post by Rocky Fri 01 Mar 2024, 4:22 am

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    [size=52]Zebari: America's exit will end international investment in Iraq, and federalism will rewrite the constitution[/size]

    [size=45]Veteran politician and former Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said that the demand for the withdrawal of American forces is beyond a security or military demand, but rather relates to plans to reduce the international presence in Iraq, economically and politically, while he described the decisions of the Federal Court in recent periods as tantamount to “rewriting the constitution.”[/size]
    [size=45]Zebari, in an interview with colleague Iman Al-Hamoud, from Radio Monte Carlo International:
    There was an urgent security need for the return of American forces to help defeat the terrorist organization ISIS, which spread over us from the civil war in Syria in 2014, so we submitted an official request to the United Nations and to friendly countries to help us. This is what happened. There is no shame in the presence or presence of American forces, and in many Arab Gulf countries, in Turkey, and in many countries in the world, there is a presence of American forces, there is a presence of other foreign forces, but they are organized by laws and there is no harm in that.[/size]
    [size=45]We believe that there is still a need for their presence, their survival, or the continuation of their mission. The issue has a political aspect, whether settling scores or external desires, meaning that there are desires demanding, not only the exit of foreign forces, but also an end to all aspects of the international presence, especially the United Nations organization or mission, UNAMI, as well. There is a request to end her political mission or to use her good offices to resolve internal problems.[/size]
    [size=45]The issue is not military or security, but rather has to do with economic aspects, has to do with diplomatic representation, and has to do with the issue of investments. It has to do with the security of the region as well, not just the security of Iraq but the security of the region.[/size]
    [size=45]The recent attack on Erbil was a very clear signal from the Islamic Republic. Targeting a civilian residential complex for a businessman. The justifications they gave are not convincing at all, but Iraq will remain an open field, unfortunately.[/size]
    [size=45]We heard about the complaint that Iraq submitted to the Security Council, but in practice events proved that it was not submitted to the Security Council. It was just media talk, but from a diplomatic standpoint, no official or written request was submitted to the Security Council or to the United Nations to examine this complaint.[/size]
    [size=45]There is great communication with the government of Mr. Sudanese, in the economic fields, budget issues, and security cooperation, as well as in many political issues, and we support him, but this support is not open to the end, meaning there are principles and agreements that must be implemented, and this was the basis of our participation in the coalition. The administration of the state that formed this government, and time is not on the side of any party at all.[/size]
    [size=45]The constitution that we agreed upon as a social contract in 2005 recognizes the region’s privacy, its institutions and its laws as they are. The Federal Court came to challenge the Kurdistan Region Elections Law No. 1 in 1992, and also unfairly treated the components by depriving them of representation in the upcoming elections.[/size]
    [size=45]We note, with great regret, that this court sometimes interferes in matters of legislation and in the affairs of the executive authority and considers itself a legislator, and sometimes it rewrites the constitution again.[/size]
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