The coordination framework talks about the date of forming the government: after the Eid al-Adha holiday
Today, Sunday, the coordination framework set the date for forming the new government, while indicating that no political party will be marginalized from .participating in the next government
The leader in the framework, Ali Al-Fatlawi, told (Baghdad Today) that “the data indicate that the date for forming the new government will be after the Eid al-Adha holiday, especially since the current period will be devoted to dialogues and negotiations between all political “.blocs and parties
He added, “There is almost a political consensus on the need to expedite the process of forming the new government,” noting that “the negotiating committees will start their meetings soon to resolve political positions on the government formation process, and no “.political party will be marginalized from participating in the next government link
Eid al-Adha 2022 in Iraq will begin in the evening of Saturday, July 9
and ends in the evening of Wednesday, July 13 Dates may vary
Al-Kazemi’s advisor: The white paper was written systematically, away from politics
Adviser to the Prime Minister and Executive Director of the Reform Cell Alaa Al-Saadi set, on Sunday, June 19, 2022, the objectives of the white paper, while noting that it was written systematically away from .politics, stressing that it is not linked to the next government
Al-Saadi said in a speech during the Sixth Energy Conference, which was followed by the obelisk, that “the white paper aims to achieve two strategic goals: the first is to initiate a radical and immediate reform program to stop the budget’s bleeding and deficit and to provide sufficient financial and time spaces to start reform, and the second goal is .to put the economy and the budget on a sustainable path.”
Mashreq for future options He explained, “Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi launched the actual implementation of the white paper projects at the beginning of August of last year,” stressing that “the Reform Department cell in the Prime Minister’s Office will “.continue to follow up on the ministries behind in the implementation process
He added, “The white paper was written to diagnose economic problems accurately and systematically,” noting that “work on it is not done spontaneously or on an individual project, but through plans that diagnose the problem and “.determine the appropriate treatments for it
He continued, “The paper was designed to present a mixture of strategies and policies to confront Iraq’s economic problems,” noting that it “sought to redefine the role of the economy in society, in application of the principles of the Constitution, as well as its endeavor to improve the state’s management of public financial systems and create the appropriate environment to create a dynamic and dynamic economy.” competitiveness, in addition to its endeavor to restructure the financial and banking system, and to address the factors that led to low productivity in all its forms .through the implementation of works and through commitment to applications
And he added, “The white paper did not forget to protect the fragile classes in society, and this tool was achieved through several axes, including achieving sustainable financial stability, economic reforms, facilitating infrastructure, providing basic services, giving priority to fragile groups, in addition to developing governance and the environment.” .
Legal and administrative capacity to enable institutions and individuals to implement reform He stressed, “The white paper is a paper for economic reforms for Iraq in a purely professional manner, as it did not target political factors, that is, it was not drawn in a political way, but was written in a purely professional manner and provided the appropriate environment for the development process regardless of the form of the next government, “.and its political and intellectual orientations link
Al-Kazemi: Building the homeland requires patience and time
Today, Saturday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi stressed that building the homeland requires patience and time, indicating that the 1,000 school project will be completed within the Iraqi-Chinese agreement and according to specific timings.
Al-Kazemi said during the celebration of laying the foundation stone for a project to build 1,000 model schools across Iraq, according to a statement issued by the media office of the Prime Minister, received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA): “I am happy to be among you and with you in this celebration, and to set out to lay the foundation stone for a project.”
Building 1,000 schools in all governorates of Iraq.
He added, “This strategic project is important for building society and developing our generations towards building leaders to serve Iraq in the future
.” He noted: “We must be proud and proud of the history and heritage of our ancestors, and we must be aware that education and science are essential parts for the advancement of any society, but unfortunately there has been no interest in education since 2003,” stressing that “this project will be implemented within the Iraqi-Chinese agreement, which Many have previously questioned the government’s lack of seriousness in implementing it.”
He continued, “Today we lay the foundation stone for the implementation of this agreement, in order to send a message that education is very important in the life of our society and the needs of our children,” stressing “the need for us to work on paying attention to education, not only in building schools, but in changing and developing educational curricula, and this is not Not only the government’s responsibility, but the government’s, the prime minister’s, the relevant sectors, the community, and the specialists.”
He continued, “We have to search for these specialists, and support them to contribute to building Iraq,” explaining that “the project includes building 1,000 schools, and it will include all of Iraq’s governorates, and we will follow up on the project and work within the timetable for its implementation.”
Al-Kazi thanked “the people in charge and the Higher Committee for School Construction for this project, who worked day and night to implement it.”
He pointed out: “We must make our choices between building the homeland or being lazy. Building requires patience and time, and demolishing is easy and can be destroyed within a short period.”
He concluded by saying: “Today I announce the launch of this project, and lay the foundation stone for it for the sake of Iraq and the Iraqis.” link
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