On Sunday, the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, called for “overcoming partisan or personal differences and jurisprudence” in Iraq, stressing that the new deputies have a “duty to restore people’s confidence in political work and democracy” in the country.
Mustafa Al-Kazemi said : “Today we fulfill our pledge before our people, to hold early, fair elections. The people chose who represents them, and these new representatives will exercise their role in the new parliament.”
In this regard, he stressed that the new deputies have “moral and patriotic duties towards their people. Rather, they have a duty to restore people’s confidence in political action and restore confidence in democracy
The Iraqi prime minister on the need to “overcome differences”, saying: “We have to put our hands in the hands of each other and overcome differences and interpretations partisan or personal, to cross our country to safety, and provide what our people deserve the well – being and stability of the building.”
He also pointed out, in a firm tone, that ” politics has become for some to mean blackmail, lying, conflict and deceiving people.”