Al-Kazemi: I received reports of an assassination plot during the visit to Mosul
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi stressed, Thursday, not to accept any attack on state institutions under any title, revealing security reports that a plot to assassinate him during Mosul’s visit took place.
Reform measures and announced the continuation of a series of reform measures soon related to the financial and administrative situation, stressing not to compromise the sovereignty of Iraq during the strategic dialogue with America.
The Iraqi Prime Minister indicated to give importance to the dialogue with America, indicating that Iraq “will say enough to wars and slogans.”
He also stressed that “the goal of the government is to achieve fair elections and protect the economy from collapse and preserve the prestige of the state,” adding, “We do not want Iraq to be a zone of conflict but rather peace.”
To that he added that his country suffers from “poor planning” and has no economy, noting that the government will support the private sector, which he described as Rejection of bids.
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi confirmed that the deductions in some salaries were a financing operation due to a lack of liquidity and included 27% of retirees.
“These funds will be returned in the coming days or with the salary of next month,” he added during the conference.
He continued, “We reject the political auctions and the mistakes of the previous stages that led to this last collapse,” pointing out that “these auctions come from those who want to continue to exhaust the state, and insist on comprehensive reform.”
He continued, “The goal of my government is to achieve fair elections, protect the economy from collapse and preserve the prestige of the state,” noting that “we do not want Iraq to be a zone of conflict, but peace.” Source