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To revive the memory .. The most important events witnessed by Iraq in 2018

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To revive the memory .. The most important events witnessed by Iraq in 2018

Post  claud39 on Sat Dec 29, 2018 8:26 am

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To revive the memory .. The most important events witnessed by Iraq in 2018


 December 29, 2018









Baghdad / SNG - Iraq witnessed in 2018 many important events, most notably the parliamentary elections and the formation of a new government in addition to the outbreak of demonstrations in the southern provinces to protest against unemployment and the deterioration of services and the spread of corruption, as well as continue to fight the organization is calling. 

The following is a chronology of the most significant events in Iraq in 2018. 
January 2018: IOM announces the return of three million displaced Iraqis to their homes, while more than 2 million people are still waiting to return. 

January 7: Oil Minister Jabbar al-Allaibi announces the start of exporting oil from the fields of northern Kirkuk to Iran at the rate of 30 thousand barrels per day.
 
January 13: Declaration of a new alliance called "Iraq Victory" headed by Prime Minister Haidar Abadi.

January 22: Parliament votes unanimously on the date of the new legislative elections set for May 12. 

February 4: The Iraqi authorities publish for the first time the names of 60 of the most wanted for belonging to an organization calling and Al Qaeda and the banned Baath Party. 

February 6: Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi reveals the existence of a government plan to gradually reduce the number of international coalition forces in Iraq during the next phase. 

11 February: The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) issues a statement indicating that one in four children in Iraq lives in poverty and 4 million children need assistance as a result of the war.
 
February 14: Iraq's allies pledge to contribute some $ 52 billion in loans, community facilities and investments to help rebuild the affected areas.

February 19: 27 Popular Forces forces are killed in an ambush by gunmen near the city of Kirkuk. 

March 5: The government issues a decision to seize assets and property of former President Saddam Hussein and his relatives in addition to more than 4,200 officials in the former regime. 

March 13: Iraq lifts ban on international flights to airports in Kurdistan region. 

March 16: The fall of a US military aircraft carrying a number of military near the area of ​​Qaim border in western Iraq. 

March 17: FIFA lifts ban on Iraq hosting international matches. 

April 14: The propaganda campaign for the legislative elections in Iraq began, with some 7,000 candidates participating in the elections to win 329 seats in parliament. 

April 19: Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi's media office announces that the Iraqi air force has launched raids on the positions of the Da'ash organization in Syria near the Iraqi border.

May 10: About 1 million Iraqi security forces begin voting to select 328 members of parliament in the country's first legislative elections since a crushing defeat. 

May 12: Iraqis go to the polls to choose their representatives in parliament in the fourth legislative elections Iraq has witnessed since the fall of the former regime in 2003. 

May 13: Electoral Commission announces that turnout in the legislative elections did not exceed 45 percent of Iraqi voters. 

May 19: Independent Electoral Commission announces the victory of the coalition, "Surun" led by Moqtada al-Sadr in the recent legislative elections. 

June 6: Parliament decides in a special session to recount the votes manually in the last legislative elections under judicial supervision.

June 10: A fire broke out in the election fund store building of the Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) near Rusafa in central Baghdad. 

June 13: Muqtada al-Sadr, winner of the parliamentary elections and leader of the Fatah bloc, Hadi al-Amiri, announce the formation of a political coalition to form the new Iraqi government. 

June 23: Iraqi army announces the killing of 45 members of an organization calling for air raids carried out in the Euphrates valley in eastern Syria. 

June 29: The execution of 13 convicted terrorists in accordance with the directives of Prime Minister Haider Abadi. 

July 8: Protests erupt in southern provinces to protest unemployment, poor services and corruption. 

July 14: The government puts its security forces on high alert after a surge in demonstrations in the southern province of Basra.

July 15: Security forces face protesters in Basra province and attempt to break into the town building fails. 

July 16: Two people are killed and more than 20 injured in clashes between protesters and security forces in Samawah province.
 
July 23: Three gunmen killed by Kurdish security forces after liberation of Erbil governorate building. 

August 15: Hundreds of demonstrators in the southern provinces burn the building of the Qurna district council, which is 74 km from the city of Basra after the killing of two of the protesters by the security men in the city. 

August 19: The Supreme Federal Court of Iraq endorses the results of parliamentary elections held on 12 May. 

September 5: One demonstrator killed and 25 injured in violent clashes between demonstrators and security forces in Basra province. 

September 7: Demonstrators in the province of Basra storm the Iranian consulate building and bomb the city.

September 16: Anbar governor elects Mohammed al-Halbusi as its president. 

September 25: Assassination of human rights activist Suad al-Ali in the city of Basra. 

September 27: Miss Baghdad is assassinated by Tara Fares in Baghdad. 

September 28: The United States closes its consulate in the city of Basra, evacuates its staff and holds Tahran responsible for the safety of its nationals in Iraq. 

September 30: Kurds in the Kurdistan region are directed to the ballot boxes to cast their votes in the parliamentary elections at their fifth and first session after the 2017 independence referendum. 

2 October: Barham Salih The Constitutional Right leads Iraq after winning majority votes in the House of Representatives. 

October 5: New President Barham Saleh appoints Adel Abdul Mehdi to form the government. 

October 25: Parliament approves the appointment of 14 ministers to the new government headed by Adel Abdel Mehdi.

December 11: Authorities open the Green Zone in central Baghdad to traffic and civilians in part. 

December 15: Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad awards the prize to build a hospital for victims of sexual abuse in the northern city of Sinjar. 

December 24: The House of Representatives votes in favor of two new ministers within the government of Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mehdi out of five portfolios still pending because of the political differences between the blocks. 

December 26: US President Donald Trump arrives in Iraq on a surprise visit to inspect his country's troops there and congratulates them on the birthdays. At the same time, there are no plans to withdraw US troops from Iraq.

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