Fadi Al-Shammari, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani’s political advisor, ruled against the dollar’s continuous growth against the dinar.
Al-Shammari stated in a statement to the press. “The dollar will not continue to rise continuously and the state is working to strengthen the dinar, and within a short period the dinar will be stronger and we will witness the collapse of the black market,” he went on to say.
“The government is determined to hold local elections, which must take place in a safe and stable environment,” he said. The administration will not tolerate electoral interference, and nothing is above the law.”
“The Sadrist movement’s fans are disciplined and follow the guidance, and Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr is aware and remembers,” al-Shammari stated.
He went on to say, “The Coordination Framework and the Prime Minister called on the Sunni political forces not to be the speaker of the next parliament (Decor).”
According to Al-Shammari, the House of Representatives session to pick the Speaker of Parliament will take place “on Saturday or Sunday next week.”
He went on to say that “there are ongoing negotiations with the American side that began months ago regarding the American presence in Iraq, and many understandings were reached about air and ground cover in Iraq and the nature of the American presence, leading to the formation of a committee that sets the deadline for the withdrawal of American advisors.”
“The Iraqi government rejected the American arguments after it targeted the Popular Mobilization Forces” in Jurf al-Nasr, north of Babylon, last week, according to al-Shammari.
He went on to say that “the Sudanese government will fulfill its obligations regarding exposing the killers of the demonstrators and punishing them,” and pointed out that “the government has formed the Diwani Order Committee, which was announced weeks ago, which will work to hold the perpetrators accountable, address the legal status of the martyrs of the demonstrations, and close the door on traffickers in this file.”