Al-Moussawi: America Is Besieging The Iraqi Economy And Preventing Its Development
The dissolved parliament member, Mukhtar al-Moussawi, said on Monday that Iraq’s repeated crises during the past two decades are due to two main reasons: the American occupier and the poor economic performance of successive governments.
Al-Moussawi said in a statement to “The Information”, “The United States of America is besieging the Iraqi economy and making it surrounded by it and preventing its launch towards global investment countries.”
He added that “the American occupation and the poor performance of the previous and current governments made the Iraqi economy without regard to growth and development,” noting that “the United States of America has shackled Iraq with economic, political and security crises during the past two decades.”
And the dissolved parliament member, Mazen Al-Faili, had seen in a previous statement, that the government of the outgoing Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, had failed miserably in the economic file, indicating that the recovery of the Iraqi economy needed bold and urgent decisions. link
The Sadrist movement is winning major political parties to form the government
The Sadrist movement, led by Muqtada al-Sadr, announced that it is committed to forming a government of the political majority because it is the only option to “save” the country, indicating that there is great political support for this trend.
The leader in the movement, Riyadh Al-Masoudi, said, “The Sadrist movement is Egypt and is determined to form a majority government, as it is the only option to save Iraq from all its crises and problems that it has been suffering from for many years.”
And he indicated that “there are many political parties that support the choice of the majority government, and that is why it will be within the coalition of the largest bloc after the approval of the Federal Court on the results of the early parliamentary elections.”
Kati’ al-Rikabi, a leader in the State of Law coalition, one of the most prominent parties to the Shiite coordination framework, which includes the blocs rejecting the election results, revealed the framework leadership’s move to form an alliance and agree on the formula for selecting candidates for the three presidencies.
Al-Rikabi said that “there is a higher committee composed of all parties to the coordination framework whose mission is to meet the political forces, including the Alliance of Resolve and Progress and the Kurdish parties.”
He added that “one of the tasks of the Supreme Committee in the coordinating framework is to meet with the leadership of the Sadrist movement as well,” noting that “the meetings began with a meeting of resolve and will meet with progress and the Kurdish parties and the Sadrist movement during the coming period.”
Al-Rikabi explained, “The meetings are a prelude to the formation of a political alliance after the Federal Court’s decision and the approval of the election results.” link
Member: A Year After Raising The Dollar… Economist: The Government Defrauded The Salaries Of Employees And Harmed The Poor
Economic expert Diaa Abdel Rahman confirmed, on Monday, that the decision to raise the dollar exchange rate did not achieve its goal, but was a government ploy to steal the salaries of employees and harm a wide segment of the Iraqi people from the middle and poor classes, noting that the decision to raise prices led to a rise in prices. Necessary goods by 33%.
Abdul Rahman said in a statement to / the information /, that “a year after the decision to raise the exchange rate of the dollar, the citizen of the middle class and the poor suffered a lot from deprivation of some necessary commodities as a result of the commodity increase by 33% than it was before the decision to raise the exchange rate.”
He added, “The increase in the exchange rate was a government ploy to absorb the increase in the salaries of employees, as it was legally stolen,” noting that “what the government claims that it paid the internal debt of 28 billion dollars was not at the expense of the rich and affluent classes and from the corrupt, but rather the payment was at the expense of the citizen. The simple.”
Abdul Rahman indicated that “the process of raising the exchange rate was offset by a decrease in non-oil imports that went into the pockets of the corrupt, and the government did not achieve stopping the thefts of those funds, but rather increased, including the lack of control over the resources of the border outlets and the continuation of central bank sales, government fees, taxes and others,” calling for “the government to return to the exchange rate to what it was.” link
Source: Dinar Recaps
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