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-Iraqi Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi announced, yesterday evening, Tuesday, that his new government will include qualified and independent ministers.
Allawi stressed, in statements after his meeting with a number of members of the House of Representatives, that his government will “work to improve the performance of various sectors in the country, and that meets the aspirations and respond to the hopes of the Iraqi people to live a decent and safe life”, pointing out that “the coming days will witness the release of all Those arrested because of the popular demonstrations that have continued since last October, and the accompanying events, “he said agency Iraqi news.
Member of the Security and Defense Committee, MP Saad Al-Halfi, said, “During the meeting, views were exchanged on the various issues on the local scene,” noting “the issue of the demonstrations taking place in the central and southern governorates and the unfortunate repercussions that accompanied hundreds of martyrs and thousands of wounded.”
Al-Halfi added that “the Prime Minister-designate confirmed his endeavor to form a government that includes independent ministers of competent personalities, and aspires to raise the level of the country at various levels, in order to meet the aspirations and respond to the hopes of the Iraqi people to live a decent and safe life.” Detained because of the demonstrations and the accompanying events. “
The prime minister-designate indicated, according to Al-Halfi, the need to preserve the peacefulness of the demonstrations, to proceed with the reform movement, and to prepare a government program that can be implemented according to the data that the local scene is witnessing.
And Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi announced, last Saturday, that he was assigned to head the Iraqi government against the backdrop of continuing demonstrations denouncing the economic situation and political turmoil in the country.
In a televised speech after his assignment by the Presidency of the Republic to form the new government, Allawi pledged, to form a government that is far from sectarianism and work to hold early elections, as well as dialogue with demonstrators against political and economic conditions.
This nomination comes to end a political crisis that has been going on for more than two months, as Allawi will run the country until early elections, and he must form a new government within a month.