Mustafa Al-Kazemi: The appointments did not come to bring about qualitative changes in the institutions

Baghdad-AlSHARQIYA   September 15 : The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazimi, confirmed today, Tuesday, that the administrative appointments announced yesterday did not come to effect qualitative changes in the institutions and were consistent with an administrative and legal context imposed by the end of the official legal terms of some officials and exceeding those periods from their ceilings for long periods. .
 In his statement, Al-Kazemi stressed that most of the names presented were chosen from within the institutions themselves or from specialists in certain fields, taking into account the factor of integrity and experience and ensuring the national balance.
 And Al-Kazemi indicated in his statement that the positions of some political blocs on the issue of quotas must be accompanied by specific information about this alleged allocation, and we will deal with this information seriously and verify it within the applicable contexts.

Al-Kazemi added in his response to the allegations of quotas in his appointments that if the political forces declared their innocence of these changes and they really did not interfere with them and did not affect them, how would you be accused of that the changes relied on partisan quotas?


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