“Despite the crises” .. How does the international community view Iraq?
Politician 08/14/2022 | 7:58 pm
The researcher in political affairs, Nabil Jabbar, explained today, Sunday, the extent of Iraq's acceptability and international legitimacy at the United Nations, while stressing that
the international community, despite the country's internal problems and recurring crises, views them as challenges that can be resolved and reformed.
Jabbar said in an interview with the Information Agency, that
"although the Iraqi regime was forcibly changed in 2003 without international legitimacy or a UN mandate from the Security Council, it has received wide international attention and support from the international community." He added:
"Many international conferences on Iraq have been held, many debts have been extinguished, and many embassies have been opened,
in addition to removing Iraq from the restrictions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations," stressing that
"this matter means Iraq's independence and recognition of its sovereignty and international legitimacy."
The researcher explained
in the political affairs that “internally, Iraq suffers from
weak state authority and the enforcement of the law, the
spread of corruption, the
spread of the power of uncontrolled political weapons, in addition to the
weakness of successive governments in providing basic services, which generated
a state of widespread popular discontent.” He continued,
"Despite all that, the international community views these challenges as internal problems that can be resolved and reformed with the help of friendly countries or international systems,
and do not require international or international intervention, which would make a broad political change by military force or regime change measures." Done/25 SR