The fireword of the United Nations envoy to Iraq, Hennis Plasschaert, before the UN Security Council, on Tuesday, regarding the political process in this country sparked widespread controversy on social media platforms, and some specialists considered it an international declaration of the failure of political leaders to manage the country, and Iraq turned into a failed state.
In her briefing to the Security Council on the situation in Iraq
, Plasschaert said
that "the negative aspects of Iraqi political life are still repeating themselves in an apparently continuous cycle of zero-sum policy," noting that "Iraqis are still waiting for a political class seeking instead Enough with outdated power battles until they roll up their sleeves to make progress in achieving the country’s long list of outstanding domestic priorities.”
She acknowledged that Iraq is not the only country facing a protracted process of government formation, but it is better for political leaders not to hide behind this argument, as it distracts from what is at stake, stressing that this pretext justifies the political blockage at a time when unaffiliated armed groups launch The state's missiles are free and clear, and it succeeds in impunity.
"What does it take to realize that this is an absolutely untenable situation?" she asked.
And Blackshart pointed out that "missile diplomacy is reckless actions, with potentially devastating consequences," noting that "Iraq does not need armed rulers who establish themselves as leaders," stressing the critical importance of confirming the authority of the state and diagnosing the perpetrators.
Regarding Kurdistan, Plasschaert said that "the divisions in the region have deepened, which has negatively affected the population," noting that "the neighboring countries are violating Iraq's sovereignty and the security of its territory."
Briefing by UN Special Representative Ms. Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert at the 9034th meeting of the United Nations Security Council |
May 17, 2022 https://t.co/0TvTE4Dw6X
— UNAMI (@UNIraq) May 18, 2022
Commenting on this, political researcher Firas Elias said - via his Twitter account - that "Blaschart's briefing on the latest political developments in Iraq represents a clear international declaration of Iraq's transformation into a failed state, controlled by arms leaders, and the language of dialogue in it is missile diplomacy."
The briefing made by the UN envoy, Jenin Plasschaert, before the UN Security Council, on the latest political developments in Iraq, represents a clear UN declaration of Iraq's transformation into a failed state, controlled by arms leaders, and the language of dialogue in which is missile diplomacy.
- Firas Elias (@FirasEliasM) May 17, 2022
Journalist Falah Al-Mishal commented on his Twitter account, saying, "Waiting for the unknown," noting that "Blaschart's briefing to the UN Security Council on the Iraqi reality and its pressing crises to the point of explosion, did not exclude the dialogue of arms and missile diplomacy, as she said, as she indicated the increasing suffering of the people, The lack of respect for the constitution by the political class.
While awaiting the unknown
, the briefing that Plasschaert presented to the UN Security Council on the Iraqi reality and its pressing crises to the point of explosion, it did not exclude arms dialogue and missile diplomacy, she said, as she explained the increasing suffering of the people and the lack of respect for the constitution by the political class.
The Iraqi Hana Adour .. pic.twitter.com/aS90WPH5al
- Falah Al-Mishaal (@Falah_Almashal) May 18, 2022
Political researcher Mujahid Al-Taie wrote - on his Twitter account - that "Blackshart talked about the danger of the continuous decline of the state and its failure to carry out its duties, but the interesting thing is that she did not mention (terrorism) as the danger, but rather the militias and political struggles for power and the failure of the political class in managing the state." .
"It seems that the whole world is preparing for the repercussions and repercussions of the state's great failure," Al-Taie added.
Plasschaert spoke of the danger of the continuous decline of the state and its failure to fulfill its duties;
But the interesting thing is that she did not mention “terrorism” as the danger;
Rather, the militias, the political struggles for power, and the failure of the political class in managing the state.
It seems that the entire world is preparing for the repercussions and repercussions of the great failure of the state.
- Mujahed Al-Taee (@mujahed_altaee) May 17, 2022
Researcher Mustafa Salem said - in a tweet on Twitter - that Plasschaert's speech included important aspects of the failure of the political system after 2003, and the need for change in Iraqi Kurdistan as well.
@JeanineHennis' speech contains important aspects of the failure of the post-2003 regime in #Iraq and the need for change even in Kurdistan.
Plasschaert negotiated with the militias and allowed the ambassadors to harm the state by imitating it..
Khamenei's militias, which bomb civilian targets, were saved from the accusation of terrorism when they presented the issue as a political struggle.
— Mustafa Salem Mustafa Salim (@mustafasalem) May 18, 2022
As for the journalist Ali Farhan, he commented in a tweet on Twitter, criticizing Plasschaert's saying that the Iraqis will pay a heavy price for the country's political inaction, wondering: "And have they not paid yet?"
The UN representative before the UN Security Council:
The Iraqis will pay a heavy price for the country's political inaction.
They will pay!!!
I swear to God, Plasschaert, you will laugh at your sideburns...#Iraq
— Ali Farhan ali farhan 🇮🇶 (@alifarhan85) May 17, 2022
On the other hand, researcher Haider Al-Barzanji saw - in a tweet on Twitter - that replacing Plasschaert has become a national and necessary duty, as it is an essential part of what is happening in the tense political reality.
Replacing Blackshart is a national and necessary duty as it is an essential part of what is happening in the tense political reality, and this identification indicates the presence of government support and some parties benefiting from such a cancerous presence.
— Dr. Haidar Al-Barzanchi (@Hber_iq) May 18, 2022
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