Militias missiles target the Iraqi Prime Minister during his visit to the Intelligence Service

Monday, November 01, 2021 – 02:00

BAGHDAD – d . Hamid Abdullah :

Pro-Iranian militias in Iraq carried out an attempt to assassinate Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi with a missile launch.

Security sources said that more than four missiles fell in the Mansour district, which is one of the wealthiest neighborhoods And paper in the Iraqi capital, indicating that the missiles were targeting the building of the Iraqi intelligence service, which remained Al-Kazemi His president even during his tenure as prime minister.

She said that what was rumored about missiles targeting the Green Zone, and the US Embassy in particular, is untrue, because those The missiles landed in areas far from the Green Zone, and that one of them exploded near the Red Crescent Hospital, which It is only hundreds of meters from the Iraqi intelligence building. 

And she indicated that intelligence information was available to those militias, according to which Al-Kazemi was at the moment the missiles were launched A working visit to the intelligence service and that the missile salvo was a failed assassination attempt on the Iraqi prime minister.

A spokesman for the Iran-backed Hezbollah Brigades had called for Al-Kazemi to be tried.

Abu Ali Al-Askari said that Al-Kazemi should be referred to trial, in an explicit reference to his accusation of complicity With the Americans in the assassination of Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis near Baghdad Airport by a drone, and the militias fear Shiites are of two things:

The first is to dry up its sources of financing by removing its control over some important joints in the state.

The second is the dissolution of the Popular Mobilization Forces, in which most of the armed factions are involved.

A member of the Iran-backed Al-Fateh Alliance, Hussein Al-Yasari, said that there are fears of targeting and dissolving the popular crowd .

He added that the upcoming parliament and government may work to obtain a legislative decision from Parliament to integrate the popular crowd With government forces, this is what we warn of.

He indicated that such attempts were made during the past few years, and if those parties succeeded in their endeavors The factions have a word they will say at the appropriate time.

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The Commission announces the end of the appendices of appeals: there is no difference between the results of the electronic and manual screening

10/31/2021 21:03

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Baghdad / Obelisk: The Electoral Commission clarified, on Sunday, October 31, 2021, the position regarding the invalid ballot papers, and while it confirmed the completion of the application process for the appendices of appeals, it indicated that it had not yet recorded a difference between the results of the electronic and manual sorting.

Electoral Commission spokeswoman Jumana Al-Ghalay said in a statement followed by Al-Masala: There is no new appeals process, and what has been opened since the 29th of this month and for a period of 3 days ending today are supplements to the appeals to reinforce the evidence and evidence for the appeals submitted earlier, and new stations may be re-counted and sorted Other than the previously announced, amounting to more than two thousand stations.

She added: Today, the commission completed counting and sorting 238 stations, appealing their results, and there is no difference in the results.

She pointed out that there is no difference between the electronic and manual results in the stations recounted and sorted so far, indicating that the Dhi Qar stations whose results are contested are more than 600 and will be sorted over the course of two days tomorrow and the day after tomorrow.

In response to the questioning of the counting and sorting process, Al-Ghalai said: The candidates who submitted appeals attended the counting and sorting process, they or their representatives, and the process is carried out with complete transparency, and the observers praised the counting and sorting process for the first time in the presence of observers and representatives of candidates and entities.

With regard to the excluded invalid papers, Al-Ghalay indicated that their number is few, noting that the invalid papers are those that the verification device does not read, as there are few cases in which the voting stamp is outside the space designated for the candidate’s name, number, or logo, and thus the device rejects them, and the device also reads the designated ink The seal and any unofficial seal are not read by the machine.

She concluded by saying that the counting and sorting process does not end with its completion, but with the completion of the judicial body reviewing all the results submitted to it by the Board of Commissioners and issuing decisions in their regard.

According to the preliminary results of the legislative elections, the Sadrist movement, led by Muqtada al-Sadr, won the largest number of parliament seats, 73 out of 329.

The Taqadoud Alliance, led by the outgoing Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, came in second place after winning 37 seats.

The State of Law bloc, headed by the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, came third with 34 seats, then the Kurdistan Democratic Party with 32 seats.

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The coordinating framework informs Al-Sadr of his refusal to renew Al-Kazemi’s rule

politicsIraqMuqtada al-SadrMustafa Al-KazemiShiite Coordination FrameworkFormation of the Iraqi government 2021-10-31 16:04A-AA+

Shafaq News / The coordination framework of the Shiite forces informed, on Sunday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, his refusal to renew the second term of the outgoing Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.

The source told Shafaq News Agency, “The envoy from the coordination framework sent a message to the negotiating delegation of the Sadrist movement, its content is that the leaders of the Shiite blocs agreed in a previous meeting that the prime minister in the next stage would be consensual and from within the Shiite house and that he would be chosen according to the supreme interest of Iraq.” With everyone’s consent.”

The source added, “There is agreement and consensus within the coordination framework to reject, grant and renew the second term of the outgoing Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.”

The coordinating framework urged, according to the source, the Sadrist movement to “sit down to a dialogue table with the Shiite blocs represented by the coordinating framework in order to agree on choosing a suitable person for the prime ministership in the next stage.”

On Sunday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, announced his intention to form a national majority government, while indicating that he had no disagreement with other political blocs, except for “the issue of internal and external reform.”

The Sadrist bloc, led by Muqtada al-Sadr, had confirmed earlier on Sunday that its political vision had changed from the previous one and would not accept quotas and power-sharing this time.

The Sadrist bloc, headed by al-Sadr, topped the results of the Iraqi legislative elections that took place on October 10, with 73 parliamentary seats, according to the preliminary announcement of the results by the Electoral Commission.

It is noteworthy that well-known political parties have declared their fear of forming a Sadrist government, for fear of al-Sadr’s direct intervention in its administration, as well as their fear of arranging a specific order to reopen corruption files and the consequences that follow.

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Sadr bloc of losing forces: No power sharing this time

politicsIraqi electionsthoracic massShiite Coordination FrameworkFormation of the Iraqi government 2021-10-31 14:14A-AA+

Shafaq News / The Sadrist bloc, led by Muqtada al-Sadr, commented on Sunday on the movement of the losing political forces in the October elections, hoping to gain time to rearrange matters and participate in forming the next government, while indicating that its political vision has changed and will not accept quotas and sharing. power this time.

The Sadrist bloc, headed by al-Sadr, topped the results of the Iraqi legislative elections that took place on October 10, with 73 parliamentary seats, according to the preliminary announcement of the results by the Electoral Commission.

An informed source told Shafaq News Agency, “The political forces that lost in the elections are seeking to block Al-Sadr’s path and prevent him from forming the government in various ways, the first of which is adhering to the demands of re-counting and sorting manually for all electoral stations.”

The source stated, “If these demands are taken, and despite their violation of the law, the manual counting process will take more than 8 months, which is a sufficient period to redraw a loving scenario that rearranges matters,” noting that “there are surprises coming from all parties objecting to the election results.” or believe in it.

For his part, the former MP and leader of the Sadrist movement, Riyad Al-Masoudi, said in a statement to Shafak News Agency, “Re-counting and manual counting of all stations, centers and electoral districts in all governorates needs to be enacted.”

Al-Masoudi added, “The adherence to this option by the coalitions and the non-winning blocs is a political issue par excellence.”

And Article 76 of the Iraqi constitution, according to Al-Masoudi, states, “The President of the Republic assigns the largest bloc in number to form the government (the Sadrist movement), stressing that “the Shiite political parties, according to the equation of the components, will be (the head of government) for the (Shiite component) meaning (the Sadrist movement). “.

He pointed out that “the Sadrist bloc has a new political vision that differs from the previous one based on quotas and power-sharing, which it does not believe in.” “.

Al-Masoudi continued, “The political parties or parties that do not want to participate in the government should go towards reforming the political process through the portal of understandings and real work in the House of Representatives.”

The leader of the Sadrist movement suggested that political forces that did not obtain seats that suited their ambitions would go to “create a kind of instability in the political process or work to bring down the government, inflaming the street or being bullied by external forces.”

Al-Masoudi continued, “The government is part of the political process, not the whole political process, and that the main axis in the political process is the Iraqi parliament, and the understanding of political forces on real oversight, legislation and real representation of the people or the voters who have given their confidence to their representatives.”

He noted that “the political forces that did not obtain seats wish to participate in the government regardless of the number of seats, and this means that the political forces do not believe that there is a new political map after each election, and from here it becomes clear the reasons why some parties adhere to the demands of manual counting and sorting.”

It is noteworthy that well-known political parties have declared their fear of forming a Sadrist government, for fear of al-Sadr’s direct intervention in its administration, as well as their fear of arranging a specific order to reopen corruption files and the consequences that follow.

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Al-Sadr announces his intention to form a majority government

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Shafaq News / The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, announced on Sunday his intention to form a national majority government, while indicating that he has no dispute with other political blocs, except for “the issue of internal and external reform.”

Al-Sadr stressed in his tweet on Twitter, the need for Parliament to have “two parties, a loyalist party, which forms the government and undertakes reforms at all levels.”

As for the second party, according to Al-Sadr, it is “the opposition, and their consensus is a binding consultation for the former without marginalization,” noting that all of this is “within the foundations of democracy.”

The Sadrist bloc, led by Muqtada al-Sadr, had confirmed earlier on Sunday that its political vision had changed from the previous one and would not accept quotas and power-sharing this time.

The Sadrist bloc, headed by al-Sadr, topped the results of the Iraqi legislative elections that took place on October 10, with 73 parliamentary seats, according to the preliminary announcement of the results by the Electoral Commission.

It is noteworthy that well-known political parties have declared their fear of forming a Sadrist government, for fear of al-Sadr’s direct intervention in its administration, as well as their fear of arranging a specific order to reopen corruption files and the consequences that follow.

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Al-Halbousi meets Tuller to discuss three important files

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{Politics: Al Furat News} The head of the Progress Alliance, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, discussed today, Sunday, with the US ambassador to Iraq, Matthew Tueller, three important files, including the election file. 

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A statement by his office, of which {Al-Furat News} received a copy, stated that “the meeting discussed developments in the political and security situation in Iraq, the results of the parliamentary elections, in addition to topics of common interest.”

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UNHCR announces the completion of manual counting and sorting of stations in 6 governorates

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Shafaq News/ The Independent High Electoral Commission announced today, Sunday, the completion of the manual counting of the contested stations in the governorates of Erbil, Kirkuk, Karbala, Muthanna, Qadisiyah and Anbar.

The commission said in a statement received by Shafak News Agency, “This took place in the presence of representatives of the contesting candidates, international observers and authorized media personnel.

She added, “The result of the manual counting and sorting of stations in these governorates will be submitted to the Board of Commissioners to take the appropriate recommendation in light of the procedures followed.” 

And the commission added that “tomorrow, Monday, will witness the process of counting and sorting the stations of Dhi Qar governorate, while on Tuesday, the stations of Dhi Qar itself will be completed.”

And earlier today, Sunday, a member of the media team of the Commission, Imad Jamil, told Shafaq News Agency that the number of stations given to it in Karbala reached 101 stations, Erbil 29 stations, Kirkuk 67 stations, Muthanna 10 stations, Diwaniyah 4 stations, and Anbar 6 stations. Yesterday, Saturday, the Independent High Electoral Commission announced that the results of the contested polling stations on the Karkh side of Baghdad were 100% identical.

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Finance: The government adopts a set of programs and plans to stimulate the economic situation

10/31/2021 12:39

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Baghdad / Obelisk: The Minister of Finance, Ali Abdul-Amir Allawi, received, on Sunday, October 31, 2021, the South Korean ambassador to Baghdad, Mr. Jang Kyung-wook and his accompanying delegation.

During the meeting, aspects of joint cooperation between the two countries were reviewed, emphasizing the strengthening of the partnership aspect in the economic and commercial fields and opening new horizons for partnership between the two friendly peoples.

Allawi reviewed the fundamental reforms achieved by the Ministry of Finance and raising the indicators of commercial activity in light of the current economic challenges and the Corona pandemic crisis.

Allawi said that the Iraqi government is adopting a set of programs and plans that have an impact on stimulating the economic situation and enhancing development opportunities.

For his part, the Korean ambassador praised the rising performance of the Iraqi economy, expressing the country’s government’s tendency to raise levels of cooperation with Iraq, and the desire of sober Korean companies to expand their activities and partnership with Iraq in various fields, especially those related to investment and infrastructure aspects.

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Katyusha rockets fall in central Baghdad, no injuries

10/31/2021 08:59

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Baghdad / Obelisk: A security source revealed, on Sunday, October 31, 2021, that 3 Katyusha rockets fell in the Mansour area in the center of the capital, without injuries.  

 The source told the media, which he followed, that a missile exploded in the Syndicate Street near the Red Crescent Hospital, and another landed in the Princesses Street, near the external fence of the Economic Bank.  

He added, that a third missile landed at the entrance to Al-Zaytoun Street inside the Al-Mansour Water Department’s liquefaction station, indicating that all accidents did not result in casualties, with damages recorded to a civilian car and the external fence of the liquefaction department.  

The source indicated that preliminary information indicates that the missiles were launched from the Al-Bayaa area and were targeting the Green Zone.  

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The commission reveals the latest details of the manual counting of the polling stations

politicsbreakingElectoral CommissionManual counting and sorting 2021-10-31 08:23A-AA+

Shafaq News/ The Independent Electoral Commission in Iraq revealed today, Sunday, the latest details of the manual counting and sorting of polling stations.

Imad Jamil, a member of the media team of the commission, told Shafaq News Agency, “Today, the electoral stations whose results are contested will be manually counted and sorted in 6 governorates, which are in Karbala with 101 stations, Erbil 29 stations, Kirkuk 67 stations, Muthanna 10 stations, Diwaniyah 4 stations, and Anbar 6 stations.”

Jamil indicated that “tomorrow, Monday, and beyond, will be dedicated to the province of Dhi Qar, as it includes more than 600 stations, Salah al-Din 325 stations, then Basra 162 stations, thus ending the appeals process submitted in this regard.”

Yesterday, Saturday, the Independent High Electoral Commission announced that the results of the contested polling stations on the Karkh side of Baghdad were 100% identical.

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