Al-Fath: Al-Kazemi’s Alleged Reformist Papers Were Brought From Abroad

Al-Fath: Al-Kazemi’s Alleged Reformist Papers Were Brought From Abroad

02/12/2022 | 6:49 PM

Al-Fath - Al-Kazemis Alleged Reformist Papers Were Brought From AbroadInformation / special

A member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Aid Al-Hilali, considered, on Saturday, that the reform papers brought by the outgoing Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, as “written and ready, were brought from abroad.”

Al-Hilali told the agency, “The Information”, that “the white and green papers presented by the caretaker government headed by Mustafa Al-Kazemi are unrealistic and impractical and will not serve the Iraqi street or provide it with any service benefit mentioned,” noting that they are “written papers ready and brought from abroad.”

He added, “In order to improve the Iraqi economic reality, large international companies must enter that can relieve the pressures on the Iraqi government by providing job opportunities and the money that these companies bring,” noting that “Iraq will hit more than one bird with one stone through These companies start with building the country, developing the economic field, providing employment and eliminating unemployment, and thus a great economic and service development that serves the Iraqi people.”

Al-Hilali explained that “what the current government is talking about are just dreams, and there is no seriousness by Al-Kazemi to address the crises that the country is going through,” stressing that “the papers that the prime minister brought and that were imposed by the political partners are unrealistic.” Done/25 SR