With the participation of Iraq.. The start of the meeting of Arab Ministers of Economy and Trade in Algeria
The meeting of Arab economy and trade ministers began today, Friday, in the Algerian capital, with the presence of Iraq.
A reporter for (Al-Oula News): “The meeting of the Council of Arab Trade and Economy Ministers began in the Algerian capital, with the participation of Iraq.”
He added: “The ministers will discuss a number of works that have been prepared by the economic and social committees, including the rules of origin, the customs union, the Arab free trade zone, and the report of the Secretary-General of the Arab League. link
A source for Mawazine: Al-Kazemi will hand over the tasks of the government to Al-Sudani today
Baghdad – Mawazine News
Today, Friday, a political source said that Prime Minister Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani will take over the government’s duties from Mustafa Al-Kazemi this afternoon to start holding his first meeting with members of his government.
The source told “Mawazine News”, “The Sudanese will officially take over the government’s duties from former Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi this afternoon, to start holding his first meeting with members of his government.”
It is noteworthy that the Iraqi parliament granted confidence to the government of Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani and voted on his cabinet yesterday, Thursday
I’m thinking it might happen this next week but still it’s Iraq and the Middle East so maybe not till January but trying try not to get my hopes up Too much
Ivan,,,,the pressure from the UN is still on. They wouldn’t of pressured them for a program rate. All the currency swaps Iraq did with the other nations, they wouldn’t swapped for no value and a program rate. The markets are on the verge of spiraling and the release of the ReIssued dinar will give value to the other currencies of the world.
I hope they RV to at least $1.21. 1200 just keeps the gravy train on the tracks for those who steal from the currency auctions. We need to stop the stealing.
The first demonstration against the Sudanese government
Eyewitnesses in Dhi Qar Governorate, southern Iraq, reported on Thursday evening, the emergence of angry protesters against the government of Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani.
Witnesses told Shafaq News Agency, “Angry protesters went out in Al-Haboubi Square in the center of Nasiriyah, the provincial center, in protest against the government cabin of Al-Sudani, while they used burning tires on the roads to express their anger.”
They added that “the protesters threatened to escalate, because the cabin that the Sudanese came in came through quotas, which is something the street rejects,” they said.
And the Iraqi parliament voted, earlier today, on the cabinet of the new Prime Minister, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, after he voted by an absolute majority on his ministerial program.
Popular discontent and anger after the announcement of the Sudanese government
The political editor in (Iraq Today) wrote:
The Iraqi street faced the announcement of the Sudanese government, with rejection and grumbling
And resentment, after the narrow partisan quotas and self-benefits revealed its teeth, and it continued to impose its reality or this is what it tried, but these attempts will disappear affected by the state of frenzy in the street.
Commentators said that “what happened in the Sudanese government represents a clear and major setback for the efforts to combat nepotism, as there are those who passed this booth by imposing their will on everyone, and taking the lion’s share of it, but through the option of wrapping and rotation, closed rooms and deals that kept national talents away and brought people closer.” Certain, they are satisfied to be fronts for hidden forces that control them from a distance, and want to continue the equation of looting and theft.
Otherwise, everyone knows that the removal of the top and best candidates was due to the movement of a certain cartel that controls the scene and tightens its grip on power within the winning political forces that were entrusted with the task of forming the government after the resignation of the Sadrist movement.
This cartel played an important role in bringing out the most dangerous part of the political game with this weakness and emaciation, and this terrible regression. Is it possible for someone to be called the Minister of Youth and Sports when he did not watch a single football match in a stadium?
It is believed that a senior national officer, a man with a long history in the security work and has travels and tours in the face of terrorism, is excluded from assuming the position of Minister of Defense or the Interior, because of the dissatisfaction of a person like (….) who tells his close relatives that this officer did not answer in Once on my phone!!
Who would believe that this cartel would exclude a prominent and powerful oil figure in favor of a weak one, and the reason is that this man did not fulfill the wishes and requests of one (pachos) of that terrible cartel..?!
There are dozens of examples and similar situations that prevented the arrival of great professional competencies and capabilities in various fields to take over the management of ministries and advanced positions..
Of course, behind them stand trivial reasons that have nothing to do with their specializations, and we will soon reveal these positions by names, so that the Iraqi people know How is the catastrophic evaluation carried out, the type of measurements against which the level of the candidate to take over the ministry portfolio is measured, and the type of people who evaluate these competencies.. And the coming days are really fraught with surprises. link
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