Al-Haddad: We support the Prime Minister’s initiative in calling for a real, deep national dialogue at all official, party and popular levels, including political forces, popular and youth protesting activities, and government opponents to the dialogue table.

In a statement issued by him, Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Dr. Bashir Khalil Al-Haddad highly valued the efforts of the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government to make the visit of His Holiness Pope Francis to Iraq a success and was fill of organization and the official and public reception and welcome, and a national consensus to invest in this historic visit to consolidate the principles of peaceful coexistence, to strengthen the spirit of brotherhood and human love among all components of the people, and to spread the values ​​of tolerance and peace throughout the country.
The Deputy Speaker of the Council referred to the speech of the Prime Minister, Mr. Mustafa Al-Kazemi, which he delivered on the occasion of the ceremony to bid farewell to His Holiness, Pope Francis, which stated that Iraq has a real opportunity to restore its historic role in the region and the world despite all obstacles and challenges, Al-Haddad stated, “We support the initiative of the prime minister in his call for a deep and real national dialogue at all official, party and popular levels, and all the different political forces, popular and youth protesting activities, And opponents of the government to the dialogue table, Adding that Al-Kazemi’s call for an open and frank dialogue with the government on the basis of the country’s interest, security and sovereignty and on the basis of preserving the security of Iraq and the sovereignty of law is very important, Efforts and negotiations must continue to reach the final agreement framework for the relationship between the central government and the Kurdistan Region, and to fundamentally solve the outstanding issues and files between the two parties.
Media Office of the Deputy Speaker of the Council of Representatives
Monday 8 March 2021