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Kubic: Iraq needs a non-sectarian government Prime Minister is strong and capable

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Kubic: Iraq needs a non-sectarian government Prime Minister is strong and capable

Post by RamblerNash on Wed Aug 08, 2018 10:56 am

Kubic: Iraq needs a non-sectarian government Prime Minister is strong and capable

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The Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, called for the formation of a non-sectarian government and the selection of a strong and able prime minister.

"Complaints and allegations of election fraud and mismanagement after the parliamentary elections resulted in a decision to sort out a partial manual promise," Jan Kubic said during his presentation to the UN Security Council on Iraq.

"The unprecedented low voter turnout during the May 12 parliamentary elections, where about 60 percent of eligible voters did not participate, sent a strong message of dissatisfaction with the current situation in the management of public affairs," he said.

"The situation has been further complicated by the demonstrations, where the majority of participants were young people who complain about the lack of basic services, lack of electricity, lack of employment opportunities and widespread corruption."

"However, their messages have become more politicized, criticizing national leaders and successive governments for ignoring the needs of the people and social justice, expressing their deep and growing frustration with former political leaders, and the political system based on sectarian quotas, which they saw as a form of corruption, Internal affairs ".

"I would like to note with great appreciation that Prime Minister Abadi has made great efforts to provide prompt and appropriate solutions to legitimate popular demands, which has temporarily alleviated the burdens facing people living in difficult circumstances," he said.

"I urge political leaders to listen to the voice of the people and to accelerate the process of forming a national, non-sectarian, inclusive government with a strong and capable prime minister that gives priority to political, economic and social reforms, job creation, reconciliation, justice, equality, accountability and good governance, That will put all armed formations under the strict control of the state, which will act with firm resolve against militias operating outside the control and criminal gangs, which will ensure the full sovereignty and real independence of Iraq away from external interference. "


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