Clare » May 3rd, 2022
UNAMI calls for a “genuine collective will” to end the political stalemate in Iraq
Shafaq News/ The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) stressed on Monday the importance of having a sincere collective will to end the political stalemate in the country, calling on Iraqi leaders to agree on forming a government “without delay.”
In a telegram of congratulations to Eid al-Fitr, received by Shafaq News Agency, the mission said, “On this holiday, we stress the importance of overcoming the political stalemate for the benefit of all Iraqis, and as major weaknesses at the local level are exacerbated by the ongoing effects of the pandemic and global geopolitical tensions, a sincere collective will to resolve should now prevail. Political differences in order for the country to move forward and meet the needs of its citizens.
The mission urged the political leaders in Iraq to “assume their responsibilities and expedite the process of forming the government, observing the constitutional timeframes, and agreeing without further delay on a government capable of quickly and decisively to address Iraq’s long list of outstanding local priorities.”
Iraq enters a “political blockage” between its political blocs in light of a desire to form a national majority government, with another party calling for the formation of a consensual government with each party’s commitment to its demand, which has been unsuccessful in any attempt to form a government so far. LINK
Source: Dinar Recaps
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