Baghdad – Mawazine News , the coordination framework spoke today, Saturday, about the possibility of maintaining the Al-Kazemi government with a cabinet reshuffle, in the event that the political blockage remains unresolved. The leader in the framework, Ali Al-Fatlawi, said, “There are political parties working to maintain Al-Kazemi’s government with a cabinet reshuffle, but this matter did not and we will not accept it at all. Al-Fatlawi indicated that “the survival of the Al-Kazemi government with a cabinet reshuffle, means the acquisition of specific political parties over the state, and Al-Kazemi is ready to hand over any political party to the entire state, in the event that he remains in his position during the coming period, but this matter cannot be accepted by the political forces and popular bases.” Ended 29 / p. 87
Baghdad / Obelisk: Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and head of the Azm Muthanna Al-Samarrai Alliance discussed, on Saturday, April 16, 2022, the political and service reality of the governorates.
Al-Samarrai’s office said in a statement received by Al-Masala that the head of the Azm Alliance visited Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, today, Saturday, and the two sides discussed the most recent developments in the political scene and the possibility of finding a way out that satisfies all political forces and parties.
He called al-Samarrai, according to the statement during the meeting, that he continues to work to expedite the resolution of political differences and activate the language of dialogue to end the state of political stalemate, explaining that work is continuing in order to overcome all obstacles facing Salah al-Din Governorate.
The meeting discussed the political and service reality of the Iraqi governorates in general, and Salah al-Din governorate and the city of Samarra in particular, due to the historical symbolism of this city.
Baghdad / Obelisk: The representative of the State of Law inside Radi said, on Saturday, April 16, 2022, that the continuation of the political blockage may lead to a discussion of the continuation of the current government until a way out is found.
Radi said, in a statement monitored by the obelisk, that “the current government is proceeding according to the administrative contexts entrusted to it, but discussing the matter of continuing to perform its work until the next elections may be the subject of discussion among the political spectrum if the current political blockage continues.”
And he indicated that “despite the different visions and the adherence of the political blocs to their positions, there is an active political movement in the political arena and an attempt to break the current stalemate, and there are serious and effective dialogues led by some blocs and independent personalities that we hope will lead to realistic solutions in order to form the government and expedite the approval of the budget and thus the launch of the process.” politics on the right track.
Al-Kazemi sets his goals in the event of renewal.
And last Sunday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi spoke, via the Washington Post, about his goals, if something new is done for him, and they focus on strengthening sovereignty, privatization and economic reform.
The political blockage continues, in the absence of consensus among the Shiite blocs, in particular, and is reinforced by the struggle for positions between the Kurdish parties, while the same conflict is taking place behind the scenes between the Sunni forces.
In light of a crisis that will continue, the sources of the tripartite framework talk about no change in the existing equation now, as the coordination framework talks about being able to attract deputies to it, to form a coalition that includes two-thirds of the members of the House of Representatives.
The US newspaper Al-Monitor says in an analysis that there is a possibility that the current government will continue indefinitely as a transitional government and hold another early election in 2023. This is likely, given the fact that the constitutional deadline for forming a government has passed.
Baghdad / Obelisk: The financial advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, confirmed, Friday, April 15, 2022, that Iraq is living in its best financial conditions, while ruling out the government’s resort to external borrowing.
Saleh told Al-Masala, that Iraq is living today in its best financial conditions in its modern history in terms of cash flows.
He called for the necessity of utilizing these cash flows in productive investments for the national economy resource, as well as employing national human resources in activities that should be income-generating and wealth-promoting at the same time.
He added that investment policies for large resources require operating them with economic joints in order to achieve financial and economic sustainability, pointing out that exceptional circumstances are what impose a borrowing policy, including the deficit of government revenues due to the cycle of declining oil assets.
He stressed that the rise in oil prices and the resulting large rentier revenues would obviate the idea of external government borrowing.
Al-Rasheed Bank announced, on Friday, the launch of a new meal from the credit card advance granted to employees. The statement of the media office of the bank stated that Mawazine News received a copy of it, that this advance is granted to the credit card holder, according to which the beneficiary receives an amount three times the salary, with a maximum limit of (5) million dinars. The bank called on all employees wishing to obtain it to apply through the Al-Rasheed Bank application. Ended 29/R77
Today, Saturday, the Ministry of Transport explained the reasons for the increase in air traffic over Iraq, while stressing that “the federal aviation considers Iraqi airspace safe and valid for international companies.”
A spokesman for the Ministry of Transport, Hussein Jalil, said, according to the official agency, which was seen by Mawazine News, that “the noticeable increase in the number of aircraft crossing Iraqi airspace, which exceeded 450 aircraft per day, compared to the same period last year, is a result of the directives and field follow-up of the Minister of Transport, in addition to To the quality of the navigational services provided by the employees of the General Company for Air Navigation Services, especially the air traffic controllers in the air control units, and their commitment to the standards of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and their high concern for the safety of Iraqi airspace to become a safe corridor linking the east of the earth to its west.
He continued, “The number of aircraft transiting Iraqi airspace reached more than 450 aircraft per day, compared to the same period last year, which was 250 aircraft, after the FAA, through multiple meetings, announced by it the lifting of the NOTAM pilots’ announcement of the Iraqi airspace. He considered the high altitudes above 32,000 feet as safe and suitable for the passage and transit of international airlines in Iraqi airspace.
He referred to these characteristics and factors that led to an increase in air traffic and increased the financial return to the company, the ministry and the state treasury.
Special- Mawazine News , legal expert Haider Al-Sufi confirmed, on Saturday, that there is no legal impediment to the caretaker government sending the draft budget law for the purpose of approval in Parliament.
Al-Sufi said in an interview with “Mawazine News”, “The constitution and the law do not contain any constitutional or legal text that prevents sending and approving the budget law at the time of the caretaker government, especially since the internal system of any institution is not considered higher than the constitution.”
He pointed out that “Law 12/1 is not sufficient at the present time, as there are economic variables and new projects that need to be spent, in addition to the need to disburse sums of money for the ration card and others.”
He added, “The government of daily affairs is concerned with financial financial disbursement, and this needs the budget law, so there is no objection to sending and approving the budget at this time.” Ended 29/N33
Shafaq News/ The former US ambassador to Kuwait, Alina Romanowski, sent a letter to the Emir of the country, Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, and the Kuwaiti people, on the occasion of the end of her missions in Kuwait.
On the embassy’s Twitter page, Alina Romanowski called Kuwait, an emir and a people, at the end of her mission and her move to Iraq, where she will represent Washington in Baghdad.
In her video, Alina said, “Before I end my term as US Ambassador to Kuwait, I would like to express how grateful I am for all that we have accomplished in the past two years.”
And she continued, “I arrived in the country in January 2020, a few weeks before the start of the Corona virus epidemic, and I felt all the welcome and friendliness from the Kuwaiti side, and despite the health crisis, I found many ways to get to know many of you, and I am very proud of the work we accomplished together.” during my time here.
The ambassador added: “We have celebrated the 30th anniversary of the liberation of Kuwait, and the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between our two countries, as we continue our efforts to advance our common goals in food and health security, regional security, culture and education, as we stood together to evacuate thousands of people from Afghanistan, in one of the most important military, diplomatic and humanitarian missions.” complexity in the history of the United States, and we did it together during an unprecedented health crisis.”
“I would like to extend my sincere thanks to His Highness the Emir and the Kuwaiti people for their hospitality and the strength of our bilateral partnership…This enduring relationship between the United States and Kuwait only grows stronger when we work together,” she added.
Alina Romanowski concluded, “I have been honored to work to represent my country as the eighteenth US Ambassador to Kuwait, and I am excited to begin my new job as US Ambassador to Iraq, but I will have many beautiful memories from my time here.. I will miss many things in Kuwait, especially The diwaniyas, the culture of delicious food, and the many friends I made while I was here..so, thank you very much, Kuwait, and in God’s safety.”