International and regional welcome to give confidence to the new Iraqi government

The United Nations mission, the United States, Britain, Germany and Iran extended their congratulations to the government of Mohamed Shia of Sudan

27.10.2022

International and regional welcome to give confidence to the new Iraqi government

International and regional welcome to give confidence to the new Iraqi government

Iraq

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On Thursday, the United Nations, the United States, Britain, Germany and Iran welcomed the new Iraqi government headed by Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, who received the confidence of Parliament by a majority to succeed the government of Mustafa Al-Kazemi.

The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq, “UNAMI”, said in a statement, that it “welcomes the Iraqi parliament’s granting of confidence to the new government headed by Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani,” renewing “the firm commitment of the United Nations to support the Iraqi government and people.”

The mission indicated that “the new government faces many serious challenges that require decisive action, and this will include addressing systemic corruption in Iraq, implementing much-needed reforms, and providing appropriate services to all citizens.”

The US ambassador to Iraq, Alina Romanowski, was the first foreign official to congratulate the new Iraqi prime minister.

And she said in a tweet on her Twitter account, seen by Anatolia, that her country’s government “looks forward to working with the new government to promote our common goals during this pivotal stage for Iraq and its people.”

British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly, via his Twitter account, also congratulated Al-Sudani on his appointment to the position of Prime Minister.

Cleverly expressed his country’s readiness to “support the Sudanese and his government in taking urgent measures to address the challenges facing Iraq.”

In this context, the German ambassador to Iraq, Martin Jaeger, said in a tweet on his Twitter account: “We congratulate the new Iraqi Prime Minister for his government’s obtaining the confidence of Parliament.”

“We look forward to working closely with you and your government,” he added, noting that Germany “will remain a reliable and stable partner for a sovereign, united and democratic Iraq.”

In turn, the Iranian ambassador to Baghdad, Muhammad Kazem Al Sadiq, said in a tweet via his Twitter account: “We congratulate the vote on the Iraqi government and the exit from the political impasse that lasted for a whole year.”

Al-Sadiq wished the government success in serving the Iraqi people of all stripes and components.

And the ministerial curriculum, which was distributed before the parliament session was held to give confidence to the Sudanese government on Thursday, stated that the program includes strengthening Iraq’s relations with countries on the basis of the principle of mutual respect and common interests, especially with neighboring countries, the Gulf Cooperation Council and Arab countries, and not allowing Iraq to be a corridor or As a base for attacking other countries, and asking other countries for reciprocity.

He also pledged to continue dialogue between Iraq and the countries of the international coalition regarding the presence of international forces in Iraq, according to the needs and requirements of perpetuating security and stability in a way that preserves Iraq’s sovereignty and unity.

After more than a year of political crisis, the Iraqi Council of Representatives granted today, October 27, by an absolute majority, confidence to the Shiite government, the candidate of the Coordinating Framework Forces.

Experts believe that passing the Sudanese government so easily came as a result of the absence of the “Sadr movement” from the House of Representatives after the withdrawal of its 73 deputies last June.

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Barzani congratulates the Sudanese and stresses the importance of joint cooperation

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 2022-10-27 15:28A-AA+

Shafaq News/ Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani congratulated on Thursday Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani on the occasion of granting his government confidence by the House of Representatives. 

Barzani’s headquarters said in a statement that “the Kurdish leader, Massoud Barzani, contacted the elected Iraqi Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia al-Sudani, by phone.”

The statement added that “Barzani congratulated, during the Sudanese meeting, on granting his government confidence by the House of Representatives, wishing him success,” stressing “the importance of joint cooperation between the two sides.”

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Barzani congratulates the Sudanese and stresses the importance of joint cooperation

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 2022-10-27 15:28A-AA+

Shafaq News/ Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani congratulated on Thursday Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani on the occasion of granting his government confidence by the House of Representatives. 

Barzani’s headquarters said in a statement that “the Kurdish leader, Massoud Barzani, contacted the elected Iraqi Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia al-Sudani, by phone.”

The statement added that “Barzani congratulated, during the Sudanese meeting, on granting his government confidence by the House of Representatives, wishing him success,” stressing “the importance of joint cooperation between the two sides.”

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Al-Kazemi, in his farewell speech, enumerates his government’s “achievements” and gives “advice” to the Sudanese

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 2022-10-27 15:18A-AA+

Shafaq News / Former Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi listed today, Thursday, his government’s “achievements” at the political, security, economic and social levels, while giving “advice” to the current Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia’a Al-Sudani.

Al-Kazemi said, in his farewell speech, which was reported by his media office and seen by Shafak News Agency, “I hand over the national secretariat in the leadership of Iraq to my brother, the State of President Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, who voted for the House of Representatives on his government program, wishing him success in performing his national duty, and completing The journey of serving our people.

Al-Kazemi recommended that all political forces “support every endeavor of the new government on the path of stability and growth and defend democracy and human rights, and not to expose those who stand up to this noble mission to appeal, abuse, pressure and extortion at the expense of the interests of the people and the homeland.”

Al-Kazemi believed, “He delivered the trust and the country is not only in a better condition, but Iraq is the fastest growing Arab economy in 2022, with rates of 9.3 percent, according to the International Monetary Fund, at a time when the global economy is witnessing a widespread slowdown.”

He explained that in terms of numbers, “we received a cash reserve of 49 billion dollars, and a reserve today of 85 billion dollars; we received a gold reserve of 95 tons, and now 134 tons… We received an almost empty treasury, even the employees’ salaries could not be paid, and today the country’s treasury is full, praise be to God, and it is Waiting for a responsible and fair budget to spend resources on building the nation and investing in the Iraqi people.”

He continued: “One of our most important priorities was to preserve public money and increase the treasury and reserves, and not waste people’s money, as some promote with the aim of diverting responsibility from those who are actually involved in corruption cases, and creating confusion so that they have space for manipulation; all this despite the fact that my government was not granted the budget Only for six months.”

Al-Kazemi indicated, “The economic crisis requires long-term rational measures, which we have laid its foundations in economic reforms, which we hope will be continued to protect the future of our generations.”

And he stressed the need to “achieve political solidarity to support strategic projects such as: the great port of Faw, which has made great strides recently, and gas, energy and alternative energy projects, hospitals, schools, construction and housing projects, which have entered service or are still under construction; maintaining the level of economic growth What has been achieved and developed requires solidarity among all in the spirit of brotherhood, not in the spirit of confrontation that weakens the nation, drains its capabilities, and misses opportunities to achieve the aspirations of the people.

With regard to the security situation, Al-Kazemi noted, “Today he is delivering a coherent security situation in which pockets of terrorism have been eliminated, and the security forces of all kinds have been strengthened, with professional training, equipment and armament, which led to an increase in the global rating of the Iraqi army from 57 to 34, and the government will have to Building on and developing all of this, continuing to support the army and security services, and maintaining social peace.”

Concerning the social crisis, the former Prime Minister added, “The crisis that accompanied the popular demonstrations in October and beyond has established an atmosphere of mistrust between the people and state agencies, and many innocent and pure blood has been spilled from our people,” adding: “We made every effort to restore the people’s confidence.” We have worked hard by training our forces to deal peacefully with the demonstrators, and prohibiting the use of violence and weapons against them. We have adopted a policy of recognizing the great sacrifices made by the young men and women of Iraq, we have compensated the families of those affected, and we have preserved their rights, and we also call for the completion of this duty.”

Al-Kazemi concluded by saying: “Today we hand over responsibility to the new government, and Iraq is enjoying increasing regional and international appreciation, and has become a destination for resolving complex disputes, in which regional and international conferences are held, such as the Baghdad Conference on Partnership and Cooperation.”

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UNAMI reminds the Sudanese government: You face serious challenges

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 2022-10-27 14:04A-AA+

Shafaq News/ The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq “UNAMI” welcomed, on Thursday, the Iraqi Council of Representatives granting confidence to the new government headed by Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani, and while noting that the government faces many challenges, it affirmed at the same time a set of treatments for various Iraqi problems, foremost of which is corruption. and reform.

The mission said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, “We welcome the parliament’s granting of confidence to the government of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, and the rapid completion of his cabinet formation now represents the next essential step.”

He pointed out that “the new government faces many serious challenges that require decisive action, and this will include addressing systemic corruption in Iraq, implementing much-needed reforms, and providing appropriate services to all citizens.”

The UN mission stressed “to diversify the economy, encourage the meaningful participation of women and youth, address the effects of climate change, end impunity, hold perpetrators accountable, and rein in armed non-state actors while extending state authority.”

She concluded by saying, “It will prove the importance of the determination of all parties to provide tangible solutions. The United Nations reaffirms its unwavering commitment to support the government and people of Iraq.”

The Iraqi parliament held a session this evening, Thursday, during which it voted to grant confidence to the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, and his government ministers, as well as the government curriculum that he presented in the session as a work program.

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Al-Kazemi, in his farewell speech, enumerates his government’s “achievements” and gives “advice” to the Sudanese

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 2022-10-27 13:59A-AA+

Shafaq News / Former Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi listed today, Thursday, his government’s “achievements” at the political, security, economic and social levels, while giving “advice” to the current Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia’a Al-Sudani.

Al-Kazemi said, in his farewell speech, which was reported by his media office and seen by Shafak News Agency, “I hand over the national secretariat in the leadership of Iraq to my brother, the State of President Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, who voted for the House of Representatives on his government program, wishing him success in performing his national duty, and completing The journey of serving our people.

Al-Kazemi recommended that all political forces “support every endeavor of the new government on the path of stability and growth and defend democracy and human rights, and not to expose those who stand up to this noble mission to appeal, abuse, pressure and extortion at the expense of the interests of the people and the homeland.”

Al-Kazemi believed, “He delivered the trust and the country is not only in a better condition, but Iraq is the fastest growing Arab economy in 2022, with rates of 9.3 percent, according to the International Monetary Fund, at a time when the global economy is witnessing a widespread slowdown.”

He explained that in terms of numbers, “we received a cash reserve of 49 billion dollars, and a reserve today of 85 billion dollars; we received a gold reserve of 95 tons, and now 134 tons… We received an almost empty treasury, even the employees’ salaries could not be paid, and today the country’s treasury is full, praise be to God, and it is Waiting for a responsible and fair budget to spend resources on building the nation and investing in the Iraqi people.”

He continued: “One of our most important priorities was to preserve public money and increase the treasury and reserves, and not waste people’s money, as some promote with the aim of diverting responsibility from those who are actually involved in corruption cases, and creating confusion so that they have space for manipulation; all this despite the fact that my government was not granted the budget Only for six months.”

Al-Kazemi indicated, “The economic crisis requires long-term rational measures, which we have laid its foundations in economic reforms, which we hope will be continued to protect the future of our generations.”

And he stressed the need to “achieve political solidarity to support strategic projects such as: the great port of Faw, which has made great strides recently, and gas, energy and alternative energy projects, hospitals, schools, construction and housing projects, which have entered service or are still under construction; maintaining the level of economic growth What has been achieved and developed requires solidarity among all in the spirit of brotherhood, not in the spirit of confrontation that weakens the nation, drains its capabilities, and misses opportunities to achieve the aspirations of the people.

With regard to the security situation, Al-Kazemi noted, “Today he is delivering a coherent security situation in which pockets of terrorism have been eliminated, and the security forces of all kinds have been strengthened, with professional training, equipment and armament, which led to an increase in the global rating of the Iraqi army from 57 to 34, and the government will have to Building on and developing all of this, continuing to support the army and security services, and maintaining social peace.”

Concerning the social crisis, the former Prime Minister added, “The crisis that accompanied the popular demonstrations in October and beyond has established an atmosphere of mistrust between the people and state agencies, and many innocent and pure blood has been spilled from our people,” adding: “We made every effort to restore the people’s confidence.” We have worked hard by training our forces to deal peacefully with the demonstrators, and prohibiting the use of violence and weapons against them. We have adopted a policy of recognizing the great sacrifices made by the young men and women of Iraq, we have compensated the families of those affected, and we have preserved their rights, and we also call for the completion of this duty.”

Al-Kazemi concluded by saying: “Today we hand over responsibility to the new government, and Iraq is enjoying increasing regional and international appreciation, and has become a destination for resolving complex disputes, in which regional and international conferences are held, such as the Baghdad Conference on Partnership and Cooperation.”

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The President of the Republic to the Sudanese: I have full confidence in your leadership of the Council of Ministers

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The President of the Republic to the Sudanese: I have full confidence in your leadership of the Council of Ministers

  {Political: Al Furat News} President Abdel Latif Rashid congratulated Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani on the occasion of gaining the confidence of the House of Representatives.

In the text of congratulations obtained by Al-Furat News Agency, Rashid said: “With pride and appreciation to you and the ministers, I extend my warmest congratulations and blessings for your government’s attainment of the confidence bestowed upon you by the esteemed Parliament.”

He added, “On this occasion, I extend to you my sincere wishes for success, success and success in your work tasks, and I have full confidence in your ably commanding the Council of Ministers in facing the responsibilities and tasks awaiting the country and the people.”

And he continued: “On this occasion, I affirm the keenness to cooperate between the Presidency of the Republic and the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, and to work by devoting our efforts to everything that would serve our people and their aspiration to a free and dignified life that Iraq deserves and Iraqis hope for.”

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In the names .. the Sudanese government obtains the confidence of the House of Representatives.

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 2022-10-27 12:38A-AA+

Shafaq News/ The Iraqi parliament voted, this Thursday evening, on the cabinet of the new Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, and his ministerial program.

The government line-up was as follows: Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani, his deputy, Fouad Hussein, who is also foreign minister, a second deputy, Minister of Oil Hayan Abdel Ghani, and a third deputy prime minister, who is also Minister of Planning Muhammad Tamim.

The ministries were distributed as follows: Minister of Finance Taif Sami, Minister of Defense Thabet al-Abbasi, Minister of Interior Lieutenant-General Abdul Amir al-Shammari, Minister of Health Saleh Mahdi, Minister of Immigration and Displacement Evan Faeq, Minister of Transport Razak Muhaibes, Minister of Water Resources Aoun Diab, and Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Ahmed Al-Asadi, Minister of Youth and Sports Ahmed Muhammad Hussein, Minister of Education Ibrahim Namis, Minister of Commerce Atheer Daoud, Minister of Justice Khaled Shwani, Minister of Electricity Ziyad Ali, Minister of Communications Hiam Al-Moussawi, Minister of Agriculture Abbas Al-Maliki, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Naim Al-Aboudi, Minister of Industry and Minerals Khaled Battal, Minister of Culture, Tourism and Antiquities Ahmed Fakkak.

It is noteworthy that Iraq has witnessed a difficult political blockage since the announcement of the results of the early elections in October 2021, after which two opposing blocs were formed, namely the Coordination Framework, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, the Azm Alliance and some independent representatives, and the Sadrist bloc with which the Allied Sovereignty Alliance of most Sunni forces allied. And the Kurdistan Democratic Party under the name of the Triple Alliance, and the latter was unable to elect the President of the Republic, who in turn assigns the candidate of the largest bloc to form the government, due to the boycott of the coordination framework for those sessions, according to what later became known as the “blocking third.”

After a tug of war, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, surprised him by withdrawing from the political process and calling on deputies to submit their resignations from the House of Representatives, which complicated the scene further, before the dispute escalated after the coordination framework announced the nomination of Muhammad Shia al-Sudani to head the government, which prompted the Sadrist movement to storm the region. Then the Sadrists left the parliament building, stormed the presidential palace and besieged the Judicial Authority building, which prompted the security forces to use force to get them out of the Green Zone, which led to armed confrontations during which dozens of victims and hundreds of wounded. .

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