Observers: The quotas agreed between the political process parties do not have gaps or opportunities
Observers confirmed that the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] agreed between the parties of the political process in Iraq do not have gaps or opportunities or outlets to come from outside and cut a bit even a little, which continue to exploit for their benefit.
Observers pointed out that this comes after the absence of qualified leadership, which allowed some politicians, who failed to compete parties of the political process to penetrate these movements in order to gain material or functional gains to ride the wave of previous movements.
They explained that the dominant parties to the political process are trying to exploit any popular movement to gain them, to put any movement under its mercy and leadership.
Activists on social networks have announced the birth of new parties in the southern regions of Iraq, which seek to lead the scene in a politically troubled country.
They stressed that these parties were born from the womb of popular demonstrations, which did not subsided in Basra and the cities of southern Iraq, which have traditionally called for reform of the political process in the country and the fight against corruption.
Observers pointed out that if the situation is appropriate for the birth of parties with different orientations from the trends of the traditional parties, which prevailed after the occupation of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in 2003, but the opportunity is weak for the new parties to prove their existence.
The Electoral Commission has announced that it has registered the establishment of about eight new parties, including secular and Islamic, since the end of the parliamentary elections last year, and that the registration process is still ongoing, not limited to a certain season, and in Iraq is currently about 210 parties.
For her part, the writer said Sheikh Al-Sheikhli that the parties of power lost a lot of false luster because of their inability to solve the problems and crises arising from the downfall of the Iraqi state and the dismantling of its important machinery and the wreckage to the organs of decomposition, which made most Iraqis live in despair.
She added that the failed parties are working to benefit from grassroots movements by establishing parties within their political orientations, feeling that the political process has proved a terrible failure and it needs to patch up to beautify its image and to inform the Iraqis that there are some reforms here and there, so most of these movements are supported by powerful parties.
She explained that the original folk movements are few, the parties that have power are able to restrain them through absolute control over all joints, and possess many means to limit their expansion through money and power.
- She stressed that the liberation of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] stems historically from the south always, and Iraqis still hope mobility is overwhelming in the south , targeting those who refer them occupation in the green settlement and other reserves, wherever they may be the historical moment itself extends to the spirit of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] all, and then no one can accuse the movement that Daasha or That those who are based on it are from Yazeed
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