Al-Kazemi receives the ambassadors of the European Union countries in Iraq
Today, Thursday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi received the ambassadors of the European Union in Iraq, and discussed with them the monitoring of elections and the continuation of support for Iraq in its war against terrorism.
A statement by his office, of which Al-Nour News received a copy, said, “During the meeting, they discussed Iraqi-European relations and ways to develop them, stressing the importance of European support for Iraq in its war against terrorism and in the field of election monitoring, and renewing European support for UN Security Council Resolution No. 2576, which supports To contribute to the international monitoring of the Iraqi elections.
During the meeting, Al-Kazemi stressed, “The government has prepared all the requirements for holding the early elections on time, on October 10, and providing the appropriate conditions to ensure that their results are the true expression of the will of the Iraqi people.”
For their part, the ambassadors expressed the European Union’s support for the Iraqi government’s directions aimed at imposing the rule of law and economic reform, as well as its growing interest in developing investment opportunities that will result in providing more job opportunities.
The ambassadors of the European Union expressed their confidence in the government’s ability to meet the demands of citizens, achieve their aspirations for a dignified life and fulfill human rights standards.
The ambassadors affirmed the readiness of the European Union and its states to provide the support that Iraq needs to organize early elections, according to the priorities set by the Iraqi government, and in a manner that promotes broad participation and respects Iraqi sovereignty. link
Al-Bayati: Parliament is required to reveal who is with the people and who is against them regarding the dollar issue
The leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Muhammad Al-Bayati, was surprised, on Thursday, that some blocs cried over the citizen and were the ones who voted to raise the price of the dollar.
Al-Bayati said, in a statement to the “Information” agency, that “Parliament should hold a session and re-vote on the exchange rates and clarify the truth of the blocs that cry in the media for the interest of the citizen, which is false.”
He added, “In the event that this is done and a session is held and a quorum is achieved, the people will show the reality of many blocs that show solidarity with the citizen and conceal in secret deception.”
He pointed out that “there are many steps through which Parliament can expose the lies and falsity of some political blocs in the issue of raising the dollar and deceiving citizens.”
It is noteworthy that some blocs that announced their refusal to raise the exchange rate refused to reconsider the dollar and reduce it to its old status or choose an average price. link
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