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The President of the Republic congratulates the Iraqis on Eid Al-Adha and stresses the importance of holding early elections

President of the Republic Barham Saleh congratulated the Iraqis on the occasion of the blessed Eid Al-Adha, while stressing the importance of holding early elections and restoring confidence to the Iraqis.

Saleh emphasized in congratulations on the occasion of the blessed Eid Al-Adha, according to a statement of his office, on the need for “synergy and unification to face the challenges that the country is going through and the effects of the Corona Virus pandemic and its economic repercussions”, noting “the importance of holding early elections and restoring confidence to all Iraqis in ensuring the fair exercise of their rights” .

The following is the text of the congratulations:

With the advent of the blessed Eid Al-Adha, I extend the most sincere congratulations and blessings to our people and to the entire Islamic nation, asking the Almighty to make this holiday a good opening, blessing, security and peace for our country.

This blessed occasion calls us today to synergy, cohesion and unite efforts to face the challenges that our country is going through in light of the outbreak of the Corona Virus pandemic and its repercussions on economic and health conditions, and that the national responsibility and duty calls all political forces and blocs to join hands and work together to meet the demands of our people in a capable country Sovereignty, consolidating the foundations of reform, fighting corruption and providing the necessary services to all citizens, creating job opportunities for our conscious youth, and ensuring its vital participation in building Iraq and making a decent future for our generations.

Holding early elections and restoring confidence to all Iraqis in ensuring the fair exercise of their electoral rights is an irreversible demand, hoping to create the appropriate atmosphere and requirements needed to contribute to building a state of citizenship, equality and justice. Source