Al-Kazemi and Al-Hakim discuss political, economic and security files and discuss the “complete shutdown” of electricity

politicsAmmar al-HakimMustafa Al-Kazemi

 2022-08-07 07:16A-AA+

Shafaq News/ Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and head of Al-Hikma Movement Ammar Al-Hakim discussed, on Sunday, a number of files on the political, security and economic arenas.

Al-Hakim said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, “We received this morning, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and discussed the developments of the political, social and service scene, and explained the importance of keeping the interests of citizens and state institutions away from the differences of political forces.”

He added, “We reiterated the need to invest the financial abundance resulting from the rise in oil prices in improving the economic and social reality and diversifying sources of income, and we said that the financial abundance is an accidental event that must be invested in reviving projects that end the rentier state.”

Al-Hakim added, “We stressed the importance of paying attention to the electricity sector and working to perpetuate it so that cases of complete extinction would not be repeated in some governorates. We also stressed the importance of reforming the political system and combating corruption, and the need to use legal methods and the constitution and adopt the principle of consultation among all so that the reform would enjoy popular and societal support from all spectrums.” .

He said, “We also called on the government and security services to continue military and security operations to strike terrorism in its strongholds, and stressed the need to maintain relations with neighboring countries and the world based on the constant national interest and Iraqi sovereignty.”

Yesterday, Saturday, a year in the national electricity network system in the governorates of southern Iraq, an extinguishing occurred for the second time in a row within 24 hours, coinciding with the sharp rise in temperatures in all regions and cities of the country.

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