Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein confirmed that the government did not request international supervision of the elections, and that “there will be no international observers if the attack on diplomatic missions continues with missiles.”
“The Iraqi government did not request international supervision of the elections, but rather how to find a mechanism to help the Iraqis and the election commission,” he said in an exclusive interview with Alsumaria News.
He added, “The abstention from the previous elections was caused by corruption and fraud.”
Hussein pointed out, “Iraq is a democratic country and there is no resistance … that those who launch the missiles are terrorists and work against the Iraqi government and people,” explaining that “Iran has denied its connection with the attacks on the US embassy in Baghdad.”
Regarding the appearance of the daughter of the late Iraqi president Raghad Saddam Hussein on a Saudi satellite channel, Hussein said, “Iraq has no problem with Saudi Arabia because of the emergence of Raghad, and this meeting is no more than a normal media meeting,” considering that “the Baath Party will not return because it has fallen intellectually.” .
Source: “Alsumaria News”