The prime minister-designate postpones his speech today until tomorrow


(Baghdad: Al Furat News). The Prime Minister-designate, Mustafa Mustafa Al-Kazemi, decided to postpone his scheduled speech today to tomorrow, Wednesday.

An informed source had revealed to {Al Furat News] that the Prime Minister-designate, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, had signed the government curriculum for his cabinet.

The source stated that “Al-Kazemi signed the government curriculum in its final form and will send it tonight to the Presidency of the Parliament.”

It is noteworthy that Al-Kazemi is conducting intensive negotiations with the political blocs to form his cabinet, and announced yesterday evening his rejection of any pressure that “undermines the state.” is over

Mohammed Al-Marsoumi


Deputy: Al-Kazemi will submit a request Thursday to hold a session of granting confidence


Editing Date: 4/28/28 22:27 
confirmed the MP for the current wisdom Star Jabri, said on Tuesday that Prime Minister – designate Mustafa Kazemi will present a formal request to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives next Thursday to give confidence to hold a meeting of the ministerial cabin.
Al-Jabri said in a statement quoted by the official agency, that “Al-Kazemi will present an official request for the presidency of the House of Representatives next Thursday to hold an emergency session to give his government confidence after handing the CVs to the candidates,” noting that “early next week the parliament will determine the date of the session.”

He added that, “Since his appointment, Al-Kazemi conducts meetings with the leaders of the political blocs to form the government and choose his cabinet,” noting that “most political forces, including the Shiites, authorized Al-Kazimi to choose his cabinet, provided that he submitted it to them before voting on it in the House of Representatives to know the biographies of the candidates.”

The World Bank is ready to restructure the loans granted to Iraq

Posted on Wednesday, April 29, 2020. 12:00 am

BAGHDAD – The World Bank announced its readiness to support Iraq and restructure the loans granted so as to protect the vulnerable sectors of society.
Ramzi Numan, the Resident Representative of the World Bank in Iraq, during a meeting with the Iraqi Minister of Planning Nuri al-Dulaimi, yesterday, Tuesday, that the World Bank seeks to provide an integrated vision to address the future repercussions that will be produced by the Corona Virus crisis, including high levels of poverty and unemployment, as a result of economic contraction and declining growth rates , Lower GDP. Noaman pointed out that the World Bank is ready to provide possible support and restructure the loans granted to Iraq, in a way that contributes to protecting fragile segments of society, noting the inclusion of 11 Iraqi provinces in the Social Fund for Development project that supports the Iraqi government’s strategic plans to reduce poverty. (Petra)

An initial agreement for Al-Kazimi’s booth to be presented for voting Thursday evening

Political | 11:07 – 04/28/2020

Baghdad – Mawazine News 

Well-informed political sources revealed that an agreement was reached in principle on the offer of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazimi’s booth to vote on Iftar on Thursday evening.

The sources revealed in an interview with “Mawazine News” that the agreement reached by the meeting in the house of the President of the Al-Fath Alliance Hadi Al-Amri was accepted by the partners, which paved the way towards the passage of the ministerial and agreed to vote on it next Thursday.

She indicated that after the breakfast, voting will take place to ensure the quorum due to the blessed month of Ramadan.

The sources pointed out that Al-Kazemi signed his government curriculum tonight and that he will be presented to the media before the vote and that he will send the names of his ministerial team tomorrow to parliament.

The sources revealed that it was agreed to grant the Block of Other Walkers the ministries of “Electricity, Health and Water Resources” while the Al-Fateh block was granted the ministries of “Interior, Communications and Transport”. As for the Oil Ministry, it will go to the Wisdom Block, while the State of Law coalition and the Victory Coalition will be the Ministry of Higher Education, while the Ministry will go Work to the Virtue Party and the Ministry of Agriculture will be the share of the new contract block (Al-Fayyad Alliance and Aras Habib). As for the Finance Ministry, it will remain with the Kurdistan Democratic Party, while the Justice and Defense Ministries will go to the Sunni blocs.  

The source added that “the new list includes changes With four ministries from the first list that he recently submitted, “explaining that” the four ministries whose candidates have been changed are oil, telecommunications, finance and labor. ”

On 9 April this year, Iraqi President Barham Salih commissioned Mustafa Al-Kazemi to form the new government within 30 days, which is the third official after Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi and Adnan al-Zarfi apologized for forming the government after they failed to persuade the Kurds and Sunnis.   M hn


Al-Kazemi sends his program to parliament and requests an appointment for a session of confidence


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Shafak News / A source in Hadi al-Amri’s Al-Fateh coalition revealed on Tuesday that Prime Minister-designate Mustafa al-Kazemi will send his government curriculum to parliament tomorrow, Wednesday, with a request to renew the confidence-giving session.

The source said in a special statement to Shafaq News, that “Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi will send tomorrow morning, Wednesday, the ministerial curriculum to the Presidency of the Parliament in addition to a request to set a date for a session to give confidence to his government.”

On Friday, Al-Kazemi presented a list of 14 cabinet ministers to Shiite forces, but the latter objected to some names and called on the prime minister-designate to replace them.

On April 9, Iraqi President Barham Salih tasked Al-Kazimi to form the new government within 30 days.

Initial indications were that Al-Kazemi won the support of the majority of the Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish political forces, which made belief prevail that his mission would be easy, unlike his predecessors Adnan Al-Zarfi and Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, who failed to mobilize the necessary support to form a government.

However, disputes escalated in recent days over candidates for ministerial portfolios, especially within the Shiite house, where Shiite leaders held several meetings without containing the differences so far.

The new government will succeed the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, who resigned in early December 2019 under pressure from popular protests calling for the departure and accountability of all political class accused of corruption and waste of state funds.

source for Al-Furat News: Al-Kazemi signed the government curriculum and sends it to the presidency of the parliament tonight

Time: 4/28/2020 21:14:23 Reading: 1,235 times Categories: Animated news tape, Slider, Iraq News

{Baghdad: Al Furat News} An informed source revealed that the Prime Minister-designate, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, signed the government curriculum for his cabinet.

The source stated to {Euphrates News} that “Al-Kazemi signed the government curriculum in its final form and will send it tonight to the Presidency of the House of Representatives” … Continued

Alliance of Forces: Al-Kazemi has made good progress with understandings on the cabinet

Tuesday 28 April 2020 | 11:03 am

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Baghdad / … Deputy of the Iraqi Forces Alliance, Muhammad Karbouli, confirmed on Tuesday that Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi has come a long way with understandings regarding the cabinet, while he indicated that he will pass through Parliament.

He said in a press statement, “Everyone is still supportive of the Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi, but the problem lies in distributing the shares where the dispute is now concentrated,” noting that “Al-Kazemi is going inside Parliament.”
He added, “Al-Kazemi is now in the process of settling his differences with the Shiite blocs, which seem to have come a good way in the framework of the understandings.”
And on whether there are differences within the Sunni component, Karbouli stressed that “the Sunnis have those who represent them in Parliament and who defend their rights that everyone knows and that we do not bargain over for whatever reasons.” Finished 2

Urgent: State of Law: Al-Kazemi asked us to nominate a figure for his cabinet, and we refused

Baghdad / Al-Ghad Press:

The head of the State of Law Coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, revealed today, Tuesday, that the Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi asked the coalition to nominate a figure for his cabinet, but he refused.


Al-Maliki said in a statement, “Tomorrow Press” received a copy of it, “The media space is witnessing irresponsible words and incorrect news about forming the government. Efficient. ”

He added, “The coalition of the rule of law continues with the partners in accomplishing this difficult task, but we are really told. We did not nominate any minister to any ministry, and the brother in charge asked us to participate in the nomination, but we refused to do so.”

Al-Maliki continued, “We have said explicitly, that what concerns us is that the government be strong and capable of assuming its constitutional responsibilities, and the ministry and the location do not interest us as much as the ministerial formation concerns us.”

The World Bank confirms its readiness to structure the loans granted to Iraq

04/28/2020 14:40

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Baghdad / Obelisk: Minister of Planning Nuri Sabah Al-Dulaimi received, on Tuesday, 28 April 2020, Ramzi Numan, the World Bank’s representative in Iraq and his accompanying delegation.

Al-Dulaimi valued the meeting, which was attended by Undersecretary of the Ministry of Planning Maher Hammad Johan, according to a statement of the ministry the level of support provided by the World Bank mission to the efforts of the Iraqi government.

Al-Dulaimi called for restructuring the international support provided to Iraq according to the priorities of the current health and economic conditions, outlining the measures adopted by the Ministry to reduce these consequences, and to provide an integrated vision to address the future repercussions that the crisis will produce, represented by the high rates of poverty and unemployment, as a result of the economic downturn and declining growth rates, Low GDP.

Al-Dulaimi announced the inclusion of the governorates of Diwaniyah, Maysan, Dhi Qar, Wasit, Baghdad, Anbar, Diyala, and Sulaymaniyah in the Social Fund for Development project supporting the Ministry’s strategic plans to reduce poverty, bringing the total of the 11 governorates included to the provinces of Muthanna, Salahuddin and Duhok in the year. The past, stressing adding the remaining provinces during the next year.

For his part, the Resident Representative of the World Bank in Iraq praised the efforts of the Minister, and the quick measures taken by the Ministry of Planning to face the repercussions of the current crisis, stressing the readiness of the World Bank to provide possible support and restructuring of loans granted to Iraq, and in this way, which contributes to protecting fragile segments of society.

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