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The United Nations welcomes the election of the Speaker of Parliament and his two deputies ... and expresses disappointment with this matter!

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The United Nations welcomes the election of the Speaker of Parliament and his two deputies ... and expresses disappointment with this matter!

Post by RamblerNash on Sun Sep 16, 2018 12:53 pm

The United Nations welcomes the election of the Speaker of Parliament and his two deputies ... and expresses disappointment with this matter!

Calling for the formation of a national government away from sectarianism and corruption

16/09/2018 - 17:15 Iraq

The United Nations welcomed the election of the Iraqi Council of Representatives to the President of the Council and his two deputies, congratulating the elected officials, expressing the disappointment of her representative in Iraq, Jan Kubic, of the failure of "any prominent women qualified" to the Presidency of the House of Representatives.

A statement from the United Nations Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) on Sunday received a copy of Kubic, congratulating the elected officials, namely the President of the Council Mohammed Halabousi and his deputies Hassan al-Kaabi and Bashir Haddad, adding, "The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) ) To work with the new parliamentary leadership and the House of Representatives, and is ready to provide any assistance requested.

"The Special Representative appreciates the perseverance of the President of the Council, who chaired the session, and commends the sense of responsibility that motivated the candidates to compete for positions of leadership in the House of Representatives." "Noting the results of the vote and congratulating the elected officials, Kubis expressed his deep disappointment at the lack of access of any prominent women to the Presidency of the House of Representatives," he said, adding that he "urges deputies and political leaders to fulfill their pledges and elect women to leadership positions Other in the House of Representatives and for ministerial positions and other senior positions in the next government. "

"The Special Representative urges the forces and political blocs to expedite the process of electing the President of the Republic and then the Prime Minister. This will be followed by the formation of a pro-reform and transitional government based on cooperation and partnership between the various components and categories of Iraq, Corruption ". Noting that "a government with these conditions is only able to restore the confidence of citizens, and work quickly to meet their demands to improve public services and provide employment and development and economic reform and protect the interests of Iraq and ensure full respect for sovereignty and independence."


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