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Professor of Political Science Nadim Al-Jabri to (Tigris): provincial councils an early step to develop Iraq

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Professor of Political Science Nadim Al-Jabri to (Tigris): provincial councils an early step to develop Iraq

Post  claud39 on Fri Dec 14, 2018 1:05 pm

http://www.dijlah.tv/index.php?page=article&id=219031



[ltr]Professor of Political Science Nadim Al-Jabri to (Tigris): provincial councils an early step to develop Iraq[/ltr]




14-12-2018 07:21 PM
















[ltr]The professor of political science at the University of Baghdad Nadim Jabri told the (Tigris) that the experience of the provincial councils represents an early step to develop Iraq.[/ltr]

[ltr]Commenting on the mass demonstrations in Basra and not political, al-Jabri considered that the demonstrations in Basra is the key to reform the general situation in Iraq and demands its project[/ltr]

[ltr]Praising the mobility of the visual street, which has risen from demands to solve the problems to diagnose the major ills and shortcomings in negligence and neglect and prosecute those responsible for that failure,[/ltr]

[ltr]Al-Jabri expressed surprise at the call to hold a session in the provincial council of Basra to replace the governor, who is at the head of his executive work and did not leave it[/ltr]

[ltr]Explaining that the process of replacing the conservatives in Baghdad, Basra is a political deal between Ssron and wisdom, as he put it[/ltr]

[ltr]Adding that the visual street and the Iraqi generally tends to independents after the failure of party figures in several locations,[/ltr]

[ltr]As for the parties' adherence to executive positions, al-Jabri stressed that the political parties have gone bankrupt politically and politically in front of the public and are fighting to stay in positions to preserve the public benefit from them[/ltr]

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