Al-Sudani affirms his pride in all Iraqi components and the government’s keenness to provide all of their requirements

The Prime Minister, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, affirmed his pride in all Iraqi components, and the government's keenness to provide all of their requirements.

A statement by the Prime Minister's Office stated that Al-Sudani received today, Thursday, a member of the House of Representatives for the Kakai component, Ahlam Ramadhan, and her accompanying delegation. During the meeting, the conditions of the Kakai component, their living conditions, and their life requirements were reviewed.

The delegation presented a set of requirements that fall within the rights of the constituents as Iraqi citizens, especially with regard to compensation for the Kakai families who were displaced in 2014 due to the terrorist gangs of ISIS.

The Prime Minister affirmed his pride in all Iraqi components, and the government's keenness to provide all their requirements, as stipulated in the ministerial curriculum, and made it one of the priorities of the government program that has been initiated, assuring the delegation of working to meet the needs of the Kaka'i component and following up on the problems faced by the people of this authentic Iraqi spectrum.

He referred to his recent visit to Al-Hamdaniya district in Nineveh Governorate, and his knowledge of the stability of families there from different sects and components, and the practice of their worship and rituals in accordance with the freedom guaranteed by the constitution, stressing that diversity in Iraq is a source of strength and a source of pride for our integrated society.

For her part, Representative Ahlam Ramadhan expressed her thanks to the Prime Minister, stressing that all components feel hope and optimism in the government's work and vision in caring for the components, consolidating their constructive coexistence, and restoring their stolen rights since the time of the former regime.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency