Al-Kazemi: There are those who are trying to incite violence and chaos

Al-Kazemi: There are those who are trying to incite violence and chaos

The Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi confirmed that the government faced the most difficult circumstances, indicating that it was able to overcome them through measures It is difficult and an important task that has proven successful.

During the cabinet session today, Tuesday, Al-Kazemi explained that there are those who are trying, through social media, to incite violence and chaos, stressing that this is not an issue. It is acceptable and will be subject to legal accountability.

In this context, he said that there are those who use media platforms to call for being drawn into violence and harming the public interest of citizens, stressing that political forces must assume their responsibilities towards The people and the country.

Prioritizing the interest of Iraq

He called on everyone not to be deceived and not to be led astray. Such are calls, pointing out that everyone must be patient, wise and rational and give priority to the interests of Iraq and the Iraqis. It proceeds with its projects to serve the citizen, and to stabilize the living conditions of citizens.

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In parallel, Al-Kazemi recalled the fall of the city of Mosul to ISIS in these days, saying that “these moments call us to reflect and reflect on the reasons that led to this to avoid what happened eight years ago.”

He added that “the time is now to think about the present and the future, learn from what happened in the past years, and work with all our energies for the sake of the future of our generations.”

There are those who use media platforms to call for being drawn into violence and harming the public interest of citizens

Mustafa Al-Kazemi

He also referred to the establishment of security, pointing out that he supervises on a daily basis military and security operations.

He stressed that the Iraqi forces are ready and present to defend all of Iraq.

It is reported that Iraq has been in a state of political impasse for months, against the background of the inability to elect a new president for the country, and the formation of a government with The reason for the conflicts between the winners of the parliamentary elections that took place on the tenth of last October.