Editing date: 9/13/2020 18:46
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi confirmed, today, Sunday, that the government is determined to hold accountable those involved in the blood of Iraqis, while indicating that the reference path and its guidelines are our permanent guide towards achieving the aspirations of our people in early free, fair and fair elections.
In a statement, Al-Kazemi said, “With an abundance of appreciation, respect and gratitude, we have received the directives of His Eminence, the Supreme Leader, Ali Al-Sistani (may God bless him), during his reception with Jenin Blashardt, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to Iraq,” stressing that “the path of the rational reference and its guidelines that represent the starting points The priorities of the honorable Iraqi people are our permanent guide towards achieving the aspirations of our people in early, free, fair and just elections, and for the government to continue the steps it has taken on the path to preserving sovereignty, imposing the prestige of the state and fighting corruption despite the challenges and obstacles it has faced.
He added, “The government is determined to hold accountable those involved in Iraqi blood, and the first stage of verification and investigation procedures has ended by counting the victims of the martyrs and wounded of the events of October 2019 and its aftermath, and the second stage of judicial investigation will soon begin, identifying those involved in Iraqi blood and handing them over to justice,” indicating “The reference was and still is indicating defects and weaknesses for the sake of the common good, and warns of the dangerous consequences, God forbid, that wrong policies have created on the future of our dear homeland, its unity, territorial integrity and the dignity of its people.”
Al-Kazemi added, “We pledge to our people, and we pledge to our rational authority, to be faithful to the covenant and steadfast on the path of reform, to advance the interests of the nation and take care of the rights of people with justice, and we do not fear the right to blame.”