Baghdad / Obelisk: The assignment of the head of the Intelligence Agency, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to the position of Prime Minister, Thursday, April 9, 2020, presents a serious challenge to the political class, in particular, after the failure of previous costs, and it is a new test of the ability of the major political forces to agree. At a time when citizens are demanding decisiveness, to move to a new stage of reform and pave the way for early elections.
The political forces lost a long time and great effort to form a government, to escalate criticism of the dominant forces.
Shi’ite, Sunni and Kurdish forces were unanimous in choosing Al-Kazemi to resolve the disputes over the mandate of the head of the parliamentary victory bloc, Adnan al-Zarfi, who was rejected by most political blocs.
And the Alliance of Sunni Forces issued a statement on the commissioning of support for Al-Kazemi, considering that it is acceptable and the consensus of all the blocs.
Attending Al-Kazemi, the Speaker of Parliament, Mohamed Al-Halbousi was present.
And the President of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, issued a statement expressing his welcome to the national efforts that seek political and security stability in Iraq and work hard for Iraq, calling on everyone to support Al-Kazemi to complete the assignment tasks.
The head of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hadi Al-Amiri, expressed support for Al-Kazemi, after the constitutional contexts returned to normal and the largest bloc obtained their entitlement.
Activists in Al-Haboubi Square in Nasiriyah demanded that Al-Kazimi not accept the conditions of the political blocs because he would have the support of the people, while adopting the demands of the people and taking into account the investigation of the killing of the demonstrators, the justice of the families of the martyrs, and the holding of early elections.
The Allied Coalition also expressed support conditional on Al-Kazemi’s pledges to form a government that puts the aspirations and demands of Iraqis at the top of its priorities.
The Al-Nasr coalition expressed its hope for the new taxpayer Mustafa Al-Kazemi to succeed and move forward in completing his government curriculum and ministerial formation to vote on it in the Iraqi parliament.