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Saturday Afternoon Iraq Parliament News Highlights 7-23-22

 

Parliament begins its session by discussing the Turkish attacks on Iraqi lands

 

Policy  2022-07-23 | 04:41   Source:   Alsumaria news    714 views  Alsumaria News-Baghdad  Today, Saturday, the House of Representatives began holding its session devoted to discussing the Turkish bombing of Dohuk governorate.  Parliament media said, in a statement received by Alsumaria News, that “the Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, opened the work of session No. 1, in the second legislative term.”   He added, “The number of attendees in the parliament session is 242 deputies.”

 

The House of Representatives had set, earlier, today, Saturday, a date for a session to discuss the Turkish attack on Dohuk governorate, which killed nine citizens and wounded 29 others.

 

Iraq turned to the UN Security Council, asking it to hold an emergency session, to discuss the repeated Turkish attacks on Iraqi territory.   LINK

 

Parliament Members Entered The Emergency Session Hall On The Turkish Aggression

 

Policy   2022-07-23 | 04:36  306 views   Today, Saturday, members of the House of Representatives began entering the emergency session hall on the Turkish aggression.

 

Our correspondent said, “Parliament members began entering the emergency session hall, which is designated to discuss the Turkish attack on Dohuk,” noting that “Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein arrived at the parliament building to attend the session.”

 

The House of Representatives had set, earlier, today, Saturday, a date for a session to discuss the Turkish attack on Dohuk governorate, which killed nine citizens and wounded 29 others.

 

Iraq turned to the UN Security Council, asking it to hold an emergency session, to discuss the repeated Turkish attacks on Iraqi territory.   LINK

 

The Minister Of Foreign Affairs Arrives At Parliament To Attend A Session To Discuss The Turkish Attacks

 

Policy   2022-07-23 | 04:06   Source:  Alsumaria news   847 views   Today, Saturday, Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein arrived at the parliament building to attend a session to discuss the Turkish attacks on Iraqi territory.

 

Our correspondent said, “Foreign MinisterFouad Hussein He arrived at the parliament building to attend a session discussing the Turkish attacks on Iraqi territory.”

 

Earlier, the parliament’s presidency called for a parliament session to be held next Saturday to discuss the repercussions of the Turkish attacks on Iraqi territory.

 

The bombing, which killed 9 civilians and wounded 23, angered the Iraqi public, especially since the majority of the victims are from the center and south of the country, who head to the mountainous areas in the country. Kurdistan adjacent to Turkey escaping from the heat.    LINK

 

 

Observers Of Political Affairs Reveal The Importance Of The Extraordinary Session Of Parliament Regarding The Turkish Aggression

 

Iraq   09:51 – 07-23-2022   Political experts considered the extraordinary session to be held by the House of Representatives today, Saturday, to discuss the Turkish bombing of the tourist resort of “Barkh” in Dohuk governorate, as part of the process of showing rejection by the legislative authority over this violation, indicating that 3 international bodies will adopt the recommendations issued by the session.

 

Today, Saturday, the House of Representatives will hold an extraordinary session in the presence of the Ministers of Defense and Interior to discuss the Turkish attacks on Iraq, amid calls for the necessity of responding to Turkey through diplomatic and economic means, after a request submitted by 100 deputies to Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi.

 

The head of the Political Thinking Center, Dr. Ihsan Al-Shammari, said that “holding an extraordinary session of Parliament is to show a unified position by the parliamentary blocs, within the framework of the general system rejecting the violation of sovereignty, and denouncing that targeting and the crime that killed martyrs in a tourist resort.”

 

He added, “This position will come out with a process of support for the government’s steps in connection with filing a complaint through the UN Security Council, moving against the Arab League and other organizations, and obligating the government to remove the Turkish forces present inside Iraqi territory.”

 

Al-Shammari indicated that “this session came as a result of great pressure from the street, which expressed its dissatisfaction and anger at the casualties and violation of sovereignty, so that Parliament finds itself moving within the framework of the general context in the country.”

 

For his part, Professor of Political Science, Dr. Issam Al-Faili, said that “the importance of this session lies in issuing a decision that the Turkish forces should be removed from the camps they seized inside Iraqi territory.”

 

Al-Faili said, “The secretariat of the Foreign Relations Committee in the House of Representatives must take upon itself the preparation of the list of recommendations and decisions that will be taken in the extraordinary session and their effects on Iraq and Turkey,” stressing that “taking a decision to remove the Turkish forces is a real victory, and to send a copy of it to the Security Council.” The United Nations and the Arab League, to prove its rejection of the occupation since 1996 until now.

 

He suggested, “The resolution includes a complaint to the United Nations, the Security Council and the International Court of Justice, because the Turkish bombing amounts to genocide in international laws, even though the two countries live in a state of peace and good relations.”

 

In turn, the political analyst, Muhammad Al-Faisal, expected that “today’s session will be a storm of dialogue and the options that are being presented, especially that the repetition of Turkish transgressions and aggressions has taken on dimensions of rejection and disapproval in the regional and international surroundings due to its targeting of civilians, farmers, and the personal interests of residents near the border areas.”

 

He added, “On the other hand, it must be mentioned that the rupture and scattering of the unity of the Iraqi political position made Ankara persist in its violations of Iraqi sovereignty, and because Iraq is not in the process of responding in kind, then it is better for the deputies to go to the option of voting on a set of sanctions or legalizing the volume of cooperation and exchange Between the two countries, because Baghdad is a commercial and vital partner of Istanbul, it is difficult to abandon it.”  https://kirkuktv.net/AR/Details/7686

 

Parliamentary Foreign Relations: Neighboring Countries Have Been Exploiting Iraq’s Weakness And Violating Its Sovereignty For Years

 

Political | 12:16 – 23/07/2022   Special – Mawazine News, a member of the Parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee, Representative Muthanna Amin, said, on Saturday, that neighboring countries have “exploited the weakness” of Iraq and “violated its sovereignty” for years.

 

In an interview with Mawazine News, Amin said, “Turkey justifies its military operations by protecting its national security, and that Iraq pays a heavy tax on citizens’ lives and money in a battle in which it is not a party.”  He continued, “It is assumed that such battles will not take place on our lands, and that the armed groups respect the non-exploitation of Iraqi lands for political conflicts.” Ended 29/N33

 

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Iraq Files A Complaint To The Security Council To Hold An Emergency Session On The Turkish Aggression

 

Political | 11:17 – 23/07/2022   Baghdad – Mawazine News   The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced, on Saturday, that it had sent a complaint to the Security Council to hold an emergency session on the Turkish aggression.

 

The ministry’s spokesman, Ahmed Al-Sahaf, said in an interview with the official television, “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent a letter of complaint to the Security Council and asked it to hold an emergency session to discuss the Turkish aggression.”

 

On Friday, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, called for an urgent investigation into the artillery shelling of a tourist resort in Dohuk, which resulted in 9 casualties and 22 wounded. Ended 29/N33    https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=200167

 

Kakai: The Atmosphere Is Calm In The Kurdish House And The Meetings Have Not Reached A Final Understanding So Far

 

Political | 10:22 – 23/07/2022   Baghdad – Mawazine News, the leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Ghazi Kakai, confirmed, on Saturday, the continuation of dialogues between the political parties in order to reach “final understandings that secure the constitutional benefits.”

 

Kakai added in an interview with the official “Al-Sabah” newspaper, followed by Mawazine News, that “the atmosphere is calm in the Kurdish house after two meetings between the head of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Sulaymaniyah and then in the Salah al-Din resort.”

 

The union is still demanding the presidency as a partisan and Kurdish entitlement, but the deputy says: “The meetings so far have not reached a final understanding, and the dialogues are continuing, and the union’s door remains open to all endeavors to reach a final and mutually acceptable solution.”

 

He continued, “The failure to reach a unified candidate in Parliament for the position of President of the Republic may make us reach the parliament dome with candidates from the Union and the Democratic Party,” pointing out that “open dialogues with the coordination framework regarding the next prime minister.” Ended 29/N33     https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=200161

 

Foreign Minister To His Iranian Counterpart: The Government Will Take Measures That Will Protect Iraq’s Sovereignty

 

Political | 10:08 – 23/07/2022   Baghdad – Mawazine News, Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein affirmed, on Saturday, that the government will take all measures guaranteed by international conventions to protect the citizens and the sovereignty of Iraq.

 

In a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated, “Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein received a phone call from the Iranian Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, in which he expressed his condemnation and denunciation of the bombing of a tourist resort in the city of Zakho in Dohuk governorate, which led to the death and injury of a large number of people. of the safe Iraqi civilians, including women and children.

 

The Iranian foreign minister expressed his sympathy with the families of the victims and the government and people of Iraq, stressing the “importance of stabilizing Iraq’s security,” stressing that “the Islamic Republic of Iran is ready to provide any assistance to the people and government of Iraq.”

 

The Iranian Foreign Minister also briefed his Iraqi counterpart, during the phone call, on the “tripartite talks that took place in Tehran between the presidents of Russia, Turkey and Iran on 7/19/2021.”

 

For his part, Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein thanked his “Iranian counterpart for calling and offering his condolences to the Iraqi people,” stressing that “the Iraqi government will take all measures guaranteed by international conventions that would protect Iraqi citizens and the sovereignty of Iraq.” Ended 29/N33

 

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Sheikhs Lead An Initiative For Reconciliation Between Al-Sadr And Al-Maliki

 

political| 11:57 – 07/22/2022   Special – Mawazine News, a member of the State of Law coalition, Wael al-Rikabi, revealed, on Friday, the details of a reconciliation initiative between the head of the coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, and the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr.

 

Al-Rikabi said in an exclusive interview with Mawazine News Agency, that Sheikh Muhammad Al-Sayhoud, accompanied by tribal sheikhs, adopted an initiative for reconciliation between Al-Sadr and Al-Maliki.

 

He added that the initiative is not a political one, but rather a social one from the tribal sheikhs.

 

Al-Rikabi indicated that a delegation will be sent to Najaf, specifically to Al-Hanana, to determine the date and place of the meeting, after the approval of the opposing parties. Ended 29 / h

 

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With The Support Of The Reference And The Acceptance Of Al-Sadr.. The Framework Injects A New Personality Into The Prime Ministerial Race

 

political| 07:38 – 22/07/2022   BAGHDAD – Mawazine News   A political source said, on Friday, the nomination of a new figure for the prime minister, stressing that the name presented is currently holding the position of governor.

 

The source told / Mawazine News /, that with the support and support of the reference and acceptance of the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr, the coordinating framework is in the process of nominating the governor of Karbala, Nassif al-Khattabi, as head of the next government.

 

He added that the head of the Hajj and Umrah Commission, Sami Al-Masoudi, plays a major role in persuading the other political blocs to agree to nominate Al-Khattabi to take the position.

 

A source in the coordination framework revealed, last Monday, 7-18-2022, the names of the candidates for the post of Prime Minister.

 

And the source told (Mawazine News): “Things were resolved within the coordination framework by nominating only 3 names for the position of Prime Minister to choose one of them, and they are Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, Qasim Al-Araji and Tariq Najm,” while he indicated: “Al-Sudani’s chances are stronger than others to take over. position”. Ended 29/R77     https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=200125

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