Fri. AM TNT News Articles 4-1-22



The Prime Minister of Iraq, contrary to expectations, Al-Kazemi for a second term by pushing the Triple Alliance

Today, Thursday, a member of the State of Law coalition, Fadel Mawat, revealed the Triple Alliance’s desire for the current Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to remain in .his position

Mowat said in a statement to (Baghdad Today), that “the tripartite coalition wants AlKazemi to remain as prime minister, so the tripartite coalition insists on holding a session to choose the president of the republic despite his knowledge that the session was not completed, and this contributes to extending the period of stay of the caretaker government headed by Al-Kazemi, who is considered close to The .Sadrist Movement

He added, “The politicians in the Triple Alliance do not think about the interests of the people, especially the central and southern regions, which have been suffering “.from economic and service problems for many years

Mowat added, “The Sadrist movement is trying to exclude 80% of the Shiite component in favor of other components, so it will be unable to respond to the “.decisions that the Kurds and Sunnis are trying to pass  link

Iraq: Al-Sadr gives the “coordinating framework” a deadline to negotiate with all blocs to form a national majority government without his bloc

The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr , announced that the ” Coordination Framework ” coalition , which includes political forces described as allies of Iran , gave him an opportunity for about 40 days to negotiate with all political blocs to form a national majority government, stressing that his bloc, the Sadrist bloc, will not be part of it.

Al-Sadr said, in a tweet to him, that he “thanks God for enabling him and those with him to be the largest winning bloc in the parliamentary elections, with an unprecedented victory, as I was the first to succeed in forming the largest national bloc (save a homeland) and nominating a prime minister acceptable to all.” He stressed that “these alliances have bothered many, and they have obstructed and are still obstructing.”

He stressed that “in order that Iraq does not remain without a government, and the security, economic, service and other conditions deteriorate, I give the blocking third (the coordination framework) an opportunity to negotiate with all the blocs without exception, to form a national majority government without the Sadrist bloc,” noting that “the opportunity will be from the first day Ramadan until the ninth of the next Shawwal,” calling on his bloc to “not interfere with this, either positively or negatively.”

Al-Sadr’s move comes one day after the Iraqi parliament failed, for the second time in a row in less than a week, to proceed with the session to elect a new president for the country, due to the lack of the legal quorum required to hold it, with 220 out of 329 deputies, as the “Coordination Framework” coalition succeeded In disrupting the two sessions, this prevented the project of the “Save a Homeland” coalition, which includes the “Sadr Movement,” the “Kurdistan Democratic Party” and the “Sovereignty” coalition, from passing the position of the President of the Republic, which would entail the task of assigning the candidate of the largest bloc to form The new government.

The Coordination Framework has not yet responded to al-Sadr’s call, at a time when the Framework was hoping for a return to dialogue with the Sadrist movement, especially after the latter’s failure to secure a quorum for the presidential election session.

The “coordinating framework” seeks to launch an initiative to get out of the political impasse, without revealing its details, but political sources in Baghdad told “Al-Araby Al-Jadeed” earlier today that the initiative comes within a new Iranian movement to resolve the crisis between the political parties.

The former parliament member, from the Kurdish forces, Ahmed Hama, commented on Al-Sadr’s call, and said in a tweet to him, “The coordinating framework and its allies do not accept the formation of a majority government as Al-Sadr proposed. They say that they did not and will not form a government without forming the largest Shiite bloc.” Because the goal for them is to keep the component unified.

Political specialists interpreted Al-Sadr’s call as being directed towards the opposition. The political researcher, Ali Al-Baydar, said in a tweet to him, “Al-Sadr’s going to the opposition means that the situation is further aggravated. Two-thirds of patriots were unable to form a government, so how about a disabled third?”

It is noteworthy that the new failure to hold the session puts the political crisis that has afflicted the country for nearly 5 months at new turns, after political blocs threatened to dissolve Parliament, go to new early elections, and propose other forces to go to the Federal Supreme Court in Iraq regarding the constitutional vacuum resulting from the failure In choosing a new president of the republic, who, after his appointment, assigns the major bloc to form the government.   link

The conclusion of the Iraq International Real Estate and Investment Exhibition

The activities of the Iraq International Real Estate and Investment Fair, which was held in its first session under the auspices of the Baghdad Investment Authority, was concluded yesterday evening, Thursday, March 31, 2022, on the grounds of the Baghdad International Fair. 

During four days, the exhibition hosted a large number of investment companies operating in the residential and real estate sector, and during its opening days, many visitors flocked. The participating companies offered their services to citizens and introduced them to the registration mechanism for their housing projects.

Engineer Haider Al-Ansari, head of the Baghdad Investment Commission, stressed during his attendance at the closing of the exhibition that this forum is considered a strategic platform for investment companies, and that the establishment of these activities is an ideal opportunity to communicate with investors and businessmen in order to make the investment process successful in the capital, Baghdad, and expand the horizons of cooperation with local, Arab and foreign companies. . 

The pavilion of the authority witnessed an intense activity represented by visiting a number of officials and holding fruitful meetings and important discussion sessions with investors and businessmen to introduce the work of the authority and the mechanism of granting investment licenses and the facilities and support it provides to investors as well as answering the inquiries of visitors who flocked to the exhibition.

For its part, the managing director of the organizing company confirmed that, with this exhibition, they targeted all real estate companies located in Baghdad and Erbil to provide an opportunity for citizens wishing to purchase housing units in investment projects by collecting them in one place and providing them with all information related to residential complexes, explaining that the company will work to expand this activity.

Next year, it will include a larger number of Arab and foreign companies. She also expressed her thanks and gratitude to the management of the authority and presented its head and the public relations and media department in the authority with a shield of excellence and creativity for their support and the great role they played for the success of the exhibition and providing the appropriate atmosphere for its establishment.

In conclusion, Al-Ansari praised the efforts of the organizing company and the participating investment companies, who reflected a positive and civilized image that cast a shadow on the work of the authority and its role in developing and reviving the investment process in the capital, and presented them with a shield of excellence. The extraordinary they made for the success of the exhibition.  link

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