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Iraq calls on the Arab League to monitor the Iraqi elections next October 10

 The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs demanded that the League of Arab States send envoys to follow up on the upcoming elections, and the Iraqi (Alsumaria News) channel reported that Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein called on the League of Arab States to send observers to follow up the progress of the upcoming electoral process.


Iraqi elections are scheduled for October 10.


It is reported that French President Macron assured Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi of France's support for sending observers to support the work of the Iraqi Electoral Commission, and support the Iraqi government in preparing for early elections.

And the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, received the Vice President of the World Bank Group for the Middle East and North Africa, Farid Belhaj, and his accompanying delegation.

During the meeting, they discussed ways to enhance cooperation between Iraq and the World Bank in various programs and fields, as well as mechanisms to combat corruption and rebuild the structure of the public service in a way that increases efficiency, establishes sustainable development and optimal investment of human wealth. Some of the World Bank's lagging projects in Iraq were also discussed. And agree on ways to reactivate it.

The Iraqi Prime Minister stressed Iraq's determination, despite all challenges, to proceed on the path of economic reform, according to long-term visions based on effective solutions.

Al-Kazemi indicated that the government puts in mind the interests of Iraq first and the needs of the Iraqi people, in addition to benefiting from the advice provided by discreet financial institutions such as the World Bank.