Three presidencies decided to postpone the resolution of the file of the administration by proxy to October {expanded}

Editorial date: 2019/6/29 20:52

{Baghdad: Al-Furat News} The three presidencies decided to postpone the resolution of the administration’s proxy file to the 24th of next October.

This came during a meeting held by Presidents Barham Salih and ministers Adel Abdul Mahdi and MPs Mohammed Halbusi at the Peace Palace in Baghdad, on Saturday evening ..

A statement to the Presidency of the Republic, received the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it today, “The meeting discussed the amendment of Article {58} of The budget law, and decided during the meeting to grant more time to the government until 24-10-2019, {the end date of the year of the life of the government} for the selection of personalities to run the state institutions, and the end of the file of the administration by proxy and support the government in choosing the best in accordance with the principle of efficiency and integrity and achieve national balance Away from quotas. ”

The meeting also focused on the national framework document for a unified Iraqi policy. The participants also stressed the need to limit the weapons to the state, to protect the promotion of national sovereignty and to confront with force all those who want to engage Iraq in conflicts and conflicts outside the interests of its people.

The participants stressed the need to establish balanced relations with the Arab, regional and international environment in accordance with the national interest.

The three presidencies reaffirmed the importance of protecting the diplomatic missions in Iraq and taking legal measures against those who try to tamper with the security and safety of these missions and their presence in Iraq.

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