“The Information” Sheds Light On Al-Kazemi’s Violations And Reveals “Crooked Paths” For The Second Term

“The Information” Sheds Light On Al-Kazemi’s Violations And Reveals “Crooked Paths” For The Second Term

08/13/2022 | 6:13 PM

The Information Sheds Light On Al-Kazemis Violations And Reveals Crooked Paths For The Second TermInformation/private.

The critical situation that Iraq is currently going through, on different levels, political, economic and security, was caused, in one way or another, by the government of Mustafa Al-Kazemi. The issue of overthrowing the prestige of national sovereignty is the latest crisis that Iraq suffers from due to the weakness of the current government, which is unable to find solutions.

dollar crisis

In this regard, the issue of raising the dollar’s exchange rate against the Iraqi dinar left a great deal of weight on poor families, and even contributed to raising poverty rates.

Economic analyst Younes Al-Kaabi believes that restoring the exchange rate to its predecessor contributes to solving the imbalance in the distribution of wealth to society.

Al-Kaabi added in an interview with “The Information” that “after raising the dollar exchange rate, employees’ salaries lost 25% of their value, stressing the need to reduce the exchange rate, albeit gradually, to provide liquidity and financial strength for the poor class in society and move public markets.”

He points out that “the economy is now responding to demand cases only, and there are no new shifts in the economic reality and the private sector.”

Corrupt Circo

For more than 10 years, the British company Serco has been taking a large part of the revenues of the Iraqi Air Navigation Company in the form of contracts that are renewed annually under the pretext of training air traffic controllers and the Air Navigation Department.

Despite the continuous assurances by the concerned authorities that the company is useless and there is no need for its services, the Al-Kazemi government insisted on renewing the contract with it.

Member of Parliament Jawad Al-Ghazali said, during his interview with Al-Maalouma, that “there is a side effect on the Iraqi economy as a result of the imaginary numbers that the company charges from renewing the Iraqi government’s contract with it.”

In turn, MP Rafiq Al-Salihi accuses the current government of selling Iraqi airspace; After the renewal of “Sirco”.

Al-Salihi confirms to “The Information”, that “the British company has many failures and suspicions, and is leaking information to countries that want to target Iraq.”

Gulf Service

Imposing on Iraq in order to drain the hard currency, the Al-Kazemi government went to the Gulf Cooperation Council to sign the electricity link agreement.

And the representative of the State of Law coalition, Muhammad Al-Shammari, considers that the agreement to link Iraq’s electricity with the Gulf Cooperation Council was made with political influence on Al-Kazemi.

In an interview with Al-Information, he says, “The amount of electricity that Iraq will obtain from the Gulf is very small and is not sufficient to meet the need,” stressing that “the agreement means continuing to import electricity and not produce electrical energy.”

He added, “The agreement will cost Iraq high sums because the Saudi electricity system operates according to the American system, which means the continued exit of hard currency from the country by an order imposed on Iraq.”

Al-Shammari calls on the current government to “work on producing electrical energy internally and achieving self-sufficiency to end the era of the electricity crisis in Iraq.”

Submission to the region and the betrayal of the south

Al-Fateh Alliance MP Suhaila Al-Sultani accuses the caretaker prime minister of colluding with the Kurdistan region at the expense of the central and southern governorates of Iraq.

Al-Sultani said in an interview with Al-Maalouma that “despite Kurdistan’s continued violation of the law and the constitution, and the failure to comply with the Federal Court Law on Oil and Gas, Al-Kazemi gives the region their full share of the general budget.”

And she adds, “Kurdistan does not hand over oil and gas revenues to the central government, which are estimated at billions of dollars, amid silence from Al-Kazemi,” noting that “the region claims a 17% share of the central committees, and this is a drain on the central and southern governorates, whose production constitutes more than 90% of exports.” Iraq’s oil.

She also pointed out that “the region also continues to smuggle oil to unknown destinations and does not comply with the Federal Court law, which approved the non-discretion of Kurdistan’s oil law, stressing the current government to deal on the principle of social justice between the provinces of Iraq.”

Basra drain

Al-Kazemi sought to drain Basra, after he ordered the financing of the Gulf Championship scheduled to be held in this governorate, which is located in the far south of Iraq, from its own funds without resorting to central funding, given that the championship is for Iraq and not for Basra only.

MP Dergham Al-Maliki confirms that the cabinet decision, which includes transferring sums of money from petrodollars or the border crossings of Basra to the Ministry of Youth and Sports, is unfair and unjust.

Al-Maliki said in an interview with Al-Maalouma that “the money that will be withdrawn from the share of Basra Governorate, in particular, is in order to organize the 25th Gulf Championship in the province, at a time when it is suffering from the great salinity crisis, which has significantly affected the residents of the city center and the southern regions and changed the course of life.” The Basra citizen is rapidly destroying agricultural lands and animal wealth.”

And he continues, “The championship is for Iraq, not for Basra alone, and it must be deducted from other amounts and budgets that are not limited to Basra’s small financial share.”

Al-Maliki points out, “The amounts allocated from the petrodollar are less than the due to the governorate producing crude oil in a large percentage of its fields, and it must be fair in amounts worthy of the effects it bears from the poisonous effects of oil operations.”

selling sovereignty

The Iraqi sovereignty was not safe under the presence of the Al-Kazemi government, the Turkish bombing continues, the military incursion continues, the migration continues, the northern part of the country is violating Turkey, and perhaps the bombing of Barkh, which inflicted civilian casualties, is one evidence of several similar incidents.

Representative Aref Al-Hamami confirms that the Al-Kazemi government did not use any pressure on the Turkish government, especially the economic paper, which will put an end to Ankara’s abuses against Iraq.

Al-Hamami goes to Al-Maalouma, saying: “The current government is complicit with Turkey, and there is no actual position to limit the attacks it exercises on Iraqi lands and the continuous bombing,” adding: “The government is submissive and silent towards the occupation coming from Turkey and the incursion of Turkish forces, which has reached a depth big in our country.”

normalization conference

Political forces have always warned many of the outgoing president of the danger of going to the recent Riyadh conference, for reasons related to the most prominent attempt to drag Iraq into normalization with the Israeli entity, but as usual, Al-Kazemi did not listen to those calls.

Independent MP Ali Turki said in an interview with / the information / that “Al-Kazemi’s attendance at the Riyadh conference and his meeting with the leaders of normalization will not go unnoticed and he will be questioned in Parliament.”

Turki continues in his speech, “There are serious repercussions on Iraq if there is no serious stand by Parliament against the current government and not to allow the country to enter the battle of settling scores between the conflicting countries.”

second state

Finally, the outgoing Prime Minister aspires to renew and remain in his position, and his devious actions and begging states are proof of that.

Political analyst Muayyad Al-Ali confirms that the biggest beneficiary of the delay in forming the government and the calls to dissolve parliament is the caretaker prime minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi.

Al-Ali says in an interview with “Al-Maalouma” that “Al-Kazemi’s government is taking twisted ways to exploit the political division to stay in power.” Ended / 25J