More than four months after Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi resigned, and after two other Prime Minister-designates failed to form a government, Iraq’s President has tasked Mustafa al-Kadhimi with leading the country forward.
Kadhimi (مصطفى الكاظمي) is 53 years old and he wrote that he will work “tirelessly to present Iraqis with a program and cabinet that will work to serve them, protect their rights and take Iraq towards a prosperous future.” He says he seeks to “put the aspirations and demands of Iraqis at the top of its priorities, safeguards the sovereignty of the country, preserves rights, works to solve crises, and pushes the economy forward…”
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