Shafaq News/ On Tuesday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi cut short his visit to Egypt, which he arrived yesterday to attend an Arab summit, and returned to Baghdad to follow developments in events, warning that disrupting the work of the judicial institution exposes the country to real risks.
Al-Kazemi’s office said, in a statement received by Shafak News Agency, that the latter cut short, this morning, his visit to the Arab Republic of Egypt, and returned to Baghdad; In light of the developments of current events in the country, and for the direct follow-up to the performance of the duties of the security forces in protecting the institutions of the judiciary and the state.
Al-Kazemi warned, according to the statement, that disrupting the work of the judicial institution exposes the country to real risks, stressing that the right to demonstrate is guaranteed according to the constitution, with the need to respect state institutions to continue their work in the service of the people.
Al-Kazemi called on all political forces to calm down, and to take advantage of the opportunity for national dialogue; To get the country out of its current crisis, calling for an immediate meeting of the leaders of the political forces; In order to activate the national dialogue procedures and defuse the crisis.
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