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    “The People’s Way”: on the occasion of the Prime Minister’s visit to Washington

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    Post by Rocky Sun 14 Apr 2024, 4:59 am

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    [size=52]“The People’s Way”: on the occasion of the Prime Minister’s visit to Washington[/size]

    [size=45]There are many challenges on the path of the people
    ... and the solution is to abandon quotas[/size]
    [size=45]The Prime Minister prepared for his visit to Washington by publishing an article written by him in the American foreign affairs magazine “Foreign Affairs,” in which he addressed basic and important issues that are relevant not only to the future of the relationship between Iraq and the United States, but also to many of the contractual issues that pose major challenges to the government and the ruling political forces. , various political and social activities, and the Iraqi people of all shades.
    Regarding the relationship with America, its main axis, from Iraq’s point of view, will be its reorganization and arrangement not only with regard to the presence of American and coalition forces, but also by ending the repercussions and effects of the occupation and lifting the various forms of interference and guardianship over Iraqi affairs in the military and financial fields, and only an agreement can be reached. On the importance and necessity of building it, as with the rest of the countries of the region and the world, on the basis of common interests and mutual benefits, respecting Iraq’s sovereignty and its independent national decision, and stopping any interference in its internal affairs, military and otherwise. In this regard, concrete steps must be taken and with a clear direction to strengthen Iraq's capabilities and capabilities at various levels, enabling the Iraqi military and security forces to perform their constitutional and legal tasks in achieving security and stability, and protecting sovereignty and the federal democratic system. And to be clear about the importance and necessity of completely rejecting any foreign military presence on the lands of our homeland, from any party or country, and to spare our country from a conflict of interests that our people have no problem with.
    In this context, while the Prime Minister’s article pointed out the presence of weapons outside state institutions, and pledged to address the matter with the great complications it entails, stressing that control over the decision of war and peace should be exclusively in the hands of the government and the state, which is a sound matter, the steps and procedures for implementing this approach remain very modest, and have not Tangible and significant results can be seen in this context so far, in addition to the increase in the number of military or paramilitary formations and the pouring of money into them, which places the government and various relevant forces before a major challenge and a test of their seriousness in raising the slogan of restricting weapons to the state.
    In this important visit, the issues of the Middle East must be on the discussion table, especially the ongoing Zionist aggression against the Palestinian people, and the due demand for an immediate cessation of the war of extermination, for the United States of America to stop supporting the Zionist entity and its ongoing aggression, and for the just rights of the Palestinian people to be fully met.
    On the other hand, and in connection with our country’s internal situation and the course of events there, the article stated that Iraq has a path full of challenges ahead of it, and that it is necessary to enter the path of development, undertake economic and financial reforms, promote human rights, empower women, strengthen the principles of freedom and democracy, fight corruption and terrorism, and diversify... Sources of national income, and other issues.
    There is no doubt that talking about these important issues and considering them as challenges facing the government and the forces that form and support them, indicates the need for serious treatment of them, and drawing up a road map with specific timings for implementation and transition from one stage to another. Many of these pledges were made in the government program, but some aspects of them were not implemented, and even deviations from them and decisions that contradict them are observed, especially with regard to public freedoms and the promotion of democratic practice. Some governorates and ministries greatly exaggerated their relevant measures, in full view of the government and Parliament, which did not lift a finger to preserve the spirit and principles of the Constitution and stop this gradual diminishment of democracy under various headings.
    Here an important question arises regarding the biggest challenge, as we see. It is not possible to move forward in fulfilling the promises without introducing serious and fundamental reforms to the state administration approach and building its institutions, and a serious move towards getting rid of the quota approach. Without that, it is not possible to put an end to the spread of the phenomenon of corruption in light of the modest procedures regarding it.
    Peoples' experiences indicate that facing challenges such as those referred to by the Prime Minister is closely related to strengthening the state's civility and strengthening the construction of its institutions on the basis of citizenship and social justice.
    Here lies the starting point. Unless clear, serious steps are taken to redistribute the national income fairly, achieve a measure of social justice, provide basic services, and build solid civil and societal peace on the basis of enhancing the prestige of the state and the possibility of actually enforcing the law on everyone, promises will remain promises.
    It is certain that the fulfillment of pledges also does not combine Jammeh with any effort to monopolize power, transform its peaceful transfer into changing the roles of the influential, and narrowing the circle of national decision-making.
    Announcing trends is useful and important, but the point does not lie in good intentions, despite their importance, but rather in seeing the light of these trends and turning into a tangible and lived reality, and being in the service of all citizens without discrimination. “The People’s Way” newspaper, p. 1,
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