State Of Law: Al-Kazemi Died Politically

State Of Law: Al-Kazemi Died Politically

03/27/2022 | 5:00 PM

State Of Law - Al-Kazemi Died PoliticallyInformation / special

The leader of the State of Law coalition, Haider Al-Lami, considered, on Sunday, the international movements and meetings of the outgoing Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, that he is trying through them to seek help from other countries to remain in his position, while confirming that Al-Kazemi died politically.

Al-Lami said in an interview with the “Information” agency, that “Al-Kazemi breathed his last in his presence at the helm of governance in Iraq,” noting that “Al-Kazemi’s visit to Jordan and participation with the leaders of the countries of the UAE, Egypt and Saudi Arabia is trying to seek help from other countries to maintain his position.” By seducing them with the contracts and agreements that he concluded and no one else will enter into.”

He added, “The methods of seeking help will not benefit Al-Kazemi, because the Shiite house has decided its matter, and the prime minister will only be from within the Shiite house and represents Shiite thought in the political process.”

The leader of the State of Law explained that “it is not possible to bring the dead back to life again, and Al-Kazemi died politically in the eyes of the Iraqi street and the Shiite power.”

And the representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Intisar Al-Jazaery, had confirmed, on Sunday, the existence of a parliamentary movement to host the caretaker prime minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to obtain clarifications regarding the recent meeting with leaders from Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.