Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi said today, Tuesday, that there are those who tried to drag the country into the unknown, stressing that the logic of the state and law enforcement in the country was installed last week.
Al-Kazemi said during a speech at today’s cabinet meeting that “the past week witnessed events that were dealt with wisely, and there were those who tried to drag us into the unknown, but we proceeded from the principle of preserving the country’s supreme interest, and taking care of all our people,” according to a statement issued by Library. Read also The repercussions of the arrest of a leader in the crowd and the renewed protests in Iraq.. Will Al-Kazemi face the fate of Abdul-Mahdi?Amid concern about drone attacks, the US is divided over the complete withdrawal from Iraq To joke, to gain likes, or to have a political orientation.. That is why Iraq has turned into a fertile ground for fake news
Al-Kazemi stressed that “a difficult year has passed for the government’s life, punctuated by many challenges, we were able to cross some of them and seek to overcome others.”
Following the arrest of Musleh on May 26, the Green Zone in central Baghdad was completely closed due to threats from pro-Iranian factions, and later forces from the Popular Mobilization Forces deployed for some time in the vicinity of the Green Zone, raising fears of a worsening of the situation, and counter-terrorism forces, in turn, deployed inside the Green Zone. The Iraqi army deployed in other areas of the capital, cutting off some roads.
And media reports spoke of the government’s release of Mosleh hours after his arrest.
The “Popular Mobilization” is an institution affiliated with the armed forces, and is directly linked to the Prime Minister, but observers believe that the influence of the crowd has increased on a large scale and has become stronger than other state institutions.