Al-Kazemi: Iraq will become a workshop for construction and investment
Mustafa Al Kadhimi, Prime Minister of the Iraqi Council of Ministers and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces
A new year we wish for a year of good and reform prosperity, and progress for our people and humanity. The Iraqis have faced great challenges with the courage and steadfastness of vibrant peoples, and they are able to create the future, united and united, adopting the principles of equity, work, and reconstruction, and rejecting demolition and retreat.
The state derives its existence from the cohesion of its people, while the non-state lives on rivalry, conflict and deterioration, and our people deserve the state of good governance that they seek.
The government has succeeded in improving Iraq’s foreign relations, smoothing the atmosphere regionally and returning Iraq to its regional and international weight. A year has passed, sweet and sour, during which we presented the white paper for economic reform, which was well received by many national and international sectors, and a plan of action for the next five years.
The year of the departure of foreign forces from Iraq and their replacement by a group of advisors to support our forces in the war against ISIS, after our forces succeeded in eliminating the largest leaders of the terrorist organization, and it is the year of restoring the people’s confidence in state institutions, the democratic system, and opening up horizons for social dialogue. We stretch our hands together in all parts of the country;
To prove that Iraq in 2022 and the following years is a workshop for investment, construction, development, culture, eradication of corruption, and peace-making, and that the limits of Iraqis’ ambitions, such as their stature, competencies and dear souls, touch the sky. link
Al-Kazemi’s advisor: The Central Bank currently enjoys efficient reserves compared to Iraq’s debts
The financial advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, identified, on Saturday, three factors that contributed to strengthening the financial reserves in the Central Bank of Iraq, while confirming the success of the government’s economic policy in the year 2021.
Salih said during a press statement, “These factors are good behavior in public finance as well as good management.” of the economy and its external payments, as well as managing the oil sector in conjunction with the rise in oil prices,” noting that “these factors contributed to strengthening the financial reserve and helped develop the central bank’s reserves at an almost efficient level.”
He pointed out that “the Central Bank currently enjoys reserves at the level of efficiency with regard to its ratio to wasteful debt, its ratio to the money supply, and its ratio to Iraq’s other foreign obligations, as the balance of payments is almost all in a positive situation,” stressing “the success of the government’s economic policy in year 2021” link
Al-Uqabi: International and regional pressures to renew Al-Kazemi’s mandate
Today, Saturday, the leader of the National Nahj Alliance, Hussein Al-Aqabi, revealed that there is international and regional pressure to renew the mandate of the outgoing Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, indicating that the Sunni forces will never agree on Muhammad Al-Halbousi’s candidacy for the presidency of Parliament.
Al-Uqabi said in a press statement carried by the correspondent of (Iraqi Media News Agency / INA) that “regional and international pressures towards renewing Al-Kazemi’s term of office are disturbing, but the political forces must categorically reject these pressures.”
He added, “A consensus on renewing the three presidencies is not possible, especially the Sunni consensus on the former parliament speaker, Muhammad al-Halbousi, which makes the selection of new personalities more likely.”
Al-Uqabi pointed out that “there is no way for the Shiite forces but to agree between the coordination framework and the Sadrist movement, and to resolve the selection of a prime minister acceptable to the Kurdish and Sunni forces. link
Source: Dinar Recaps
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