The new Iraqi president, Abdul Latif Rashid, takes up his duties

Today, Monday, the new Iraqi president, Abdul Latif Rashid, took up his duties during the inauguration ceremony at the Republican Palace in the capital, Baghdad.

In his speech, Rashid said that “the previous phase was difficult for everyone”, stressing that “he is close to announcing his plan to manage the next phase”. He added: “I am trying to establish solid relations with neighboring countries and the international community”, hoping that “the formation of the new government will respond quickly to citizens’ requests”. He stressed that he is committed to protecting Iraq’s constitution and sovereignty and solving internal problems.

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Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid, born in Sulaymaniyah, northern Iraq, on 10 August 1944, is married and has 3 children: Asuz (40), Sarah (35) and Zakros (34).

Rashid speaks 3 languages ​​which are Arabic, Kurdish and English. The political history of Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid begins in the sixties of the last century, when he joined the Kurdistan Democratic Party and became a member, then leader of the Kurdish Student Association in Europe, and participated in meetings and meetings for the formation of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, which emerged from the Democratic Party, and was joined by Abdel Latif after his formation. He was chosen to be the PUK delegate in Great Britain and its representative in numerous European countries. He played a leading role in this party since its founding in 1975 under the leadership of the late Jalal Talabani.