Who is the Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi? Get to know his biography

Who is the Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi? Get to know his biography

1/2/2020 18:28

Who is the Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi - Get to know his biography[Baghdad-Wayne]
The All Iraq News Agency publishes [Wayne] CV of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, succeeding Adel Abdul-Mahdi, who resigned.

The following is the curriculum vitae of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, who is appointed by the President of the Republic, Barham Salih: –

Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi,

an Iraqi politician, was elected as a member of Parliament after 2003 for two terms and was Minister of Communications for two sessions in the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

His studies:

He completed his primary, intermediate and secondary studies in Baghdad and then joined the University of Baghdad College of Architecture and in the final year he had to leave the university and leave Iraq to Lebanon after the wave of arrests at the beginning of 1977 in the aftermath of the events of forty, he joined the American University in Beirut and received a BA in Architecture 1980.

His professional activity:

He participated in the establishment of the Tawfiq Allawi Lab for the production of electrical wires and cables in Abu Ghraib in Iraq as well as the mosaic, PVC and plastic industries in Iraq before all his and his family’s money was confiscated by Saddam Hussein’s regime. He founded (First Call) a CD manufacturer in Britain. He worked in the field of architectural design, contracting and trade in Britain and Lebanon.

His social activity:

an active member of one of the United Nations formations in Geneva, ECOSOC through (Interfaith International) with a consultative capacity at the United Nations to defend human rights, especially the Iraqi person during the siege of Iraq and the persecution of the Iraqi people by the defunct regime .

The founder of the Kosovo Appeal organization for the defense and relief of the persecuted minority in the 1990s in the former Yugoslavia (1).

His political activities are

his relations with the Islamic and opposition parties:

his orientation was Islamic and close to Mr. Muhammad Baqir Al-Sadr (2) since he was a student at the University of Baghdad, and he had to leave Iraq in the ending class at Baghdad University beginning in 1977 and finished his studies at the American University in Beirut. He belonged to the Islamic Dawa Party and then left the party when they disagreed with Mr. Muhammad Baqir Al-Sadr. Many Islamists objected to him because of his proximity to Iyad Allawi and his difference with the Islamic parties, and his position was made clear at this in a general conference in the Jordanian capital Amman at the beginning of 2015 (3).

His joining the national blocs:

Muhammad Allawi was adopting the concept of a civil state in differentiating between politics and religion (4). Therefore, the political battle entered the liberal Dr. Iyad Allawi’s list from the year 2005 until today to its various names, the Iraqiya List, the National List, and the National Coalition.

The political positions he holds:

He was elected a member of the Iraqi Parliament from the beginning of 2006 until his appointment as Minister of Communications from mid-2006 to the end of 2007.

He joined again in the House of Representatives instead of the deceased MP Aida Asseeran in 2008 until the 2010 elections.

He was elected in 2010 as a member In the House of Representatives, then he was appointed Minister of Communications at the end of 2010, and he submitted his resignation from the Ministry of Communications due to his disagreement with the Prime Minister at the end of 2012, and he explained the reasons for his resignation in a lengthy letter published in many news agencies at that time.