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    Baghdad, al Sadr populists and premier Abadi allies form new government

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    Post by chouchou Mon 03 Sep 2018, 3:16 am

    Sixteen movements and political parties reached an agreement for the birth of the most important parliamentary block. The list can count on 177 seats (out of a total of 329). Today inaugural session of the Chamber, called to elect the next Speaker of Parliament. Within 30 days the Head of State.

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    Baghdad (AsiaNews / Agencies) - Sixteen Iraqi political movements and parties, including the populist list of radical Shiite leader [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] - winner of last May's [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] - and the faction of outgoing prime minister Haider al-Abadi, will give life to the most important parliamentary block. The agreement, reached late yesterday evening, will guarantee its signatories the possibility to start work on the formation of the new government.

    A close associate of Abadi explained that the block includes 177 deputies elected to the May legislatures. More than half of the 329 seats of which Parliament is formed and which represents a solid basis in the classroom for the future executive.

    This morning the inaugural session of the new Parliament is scheduled, during which the president will be elected (a Sunni, by tradition). This will be joined by two other deputies.

    The deputies then have 30 days to choose the future president of the Republic, in this case a Kurd according to the recent history of the country. He will have to get two thirds of the parliamentary seats and, once elected, will have 15 days to entrust the task to the largest block - in this case Sadr and Abadi - for the formation of the government.

    The Kurdish parties, divided within them, have yet to formalize the names of the candidates for president, the most important in the country although it plays a largely symbolic role. At the same time, the outgoing premier Haider al-Abadi. supported by the West and having reached third place in the last elections with its 42 seats, will almost certainly maintain his position as head of government.

    Analysts and experts recall that the Iraqi political system is designed so that no one, leader or political group, can dominate parliament; the goal is to prevent the return of a dictator or strongman, after the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003.

    The start of parliamentary work and the birth of a block that has the numbers to form the new government ends months of doubts and uncertainties related to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] that emerged following the vote. The country can therefore put behind itself a long period of political stalemate and face the many unresolved challenges: the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] (IS, ex Isis), the economic crisis, unemployment, corruption, the return of migrants and displaced, even Christians.

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    Post by chouchou Mon 03 Sep 2018, 3:20 am

    So if today session goes well and we have the 3 presidencies of the parlement, we could wait another 30 days to have the President and then anothor 15 days for the government.

    This could take us to mid October and then God knows how long forthe RV.
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    Baghdad, al Sadr populists and premier Abadi allies form new government Empty Iraq’s Muqtada Al-Sadr Forms Parliamentary Majority Bloc

    Post by chouchou Mon 03 Sep 2018, 3:24 am

    After three years of war with Daesh and three months of a vote recount, Iraq can now form a new government and begin the process of rebuilding.
    Sixteen political groups in Iraq, including those of Shiite cleric Muqtada Al-Sadr and outgoing Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, reached an agreement Sunday to form the largest bloc in the Iraqi parliament.

    This agreement, reached just before the first session of the Iraqi Parliament on Monday, gives Al-Sadr the exclusive right to form a government.

    Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi, reportedly backed by the West, is also a part of the coalition. Al-Abadi is purportedly interested in extending his position into a second term, but as he is no longer the only candidate from the alliance, it is uncertain whether he will succeed.

    Al-Sadr, who positions himself as a nationalist and a fighter against US and Iranian influence in the country, has, according to reports, plans to create parliamentary blocs, a move which is reportedly intended to break the cycle of corruption and conflict that has plagued Iraqi politics.

    While the first bloc would be responsible for the formation of an administration and a government, the other would act as opposition and would oversee the performance of the government. Both blocs are expected to include Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish parties.

    "We will not repeat the previous scenario and we will not allow any forces to participate in the government and in the opposition at the same time."

    On Monday, the nation's new parliament will hold its inaugural session during which it must elect a speaker as well two deputy speakers, the Daily Mail reported. Following that, the parliament will have 30 days to elect a new Iraqi president, a position that goes to a member of the Kurdish minority with at least two-thirds of the vote. The new president will then have 15 days to task the largest parliamentary bloc to form a new government.

    The new government will face the task of rebuilding Iraq after three years of war with Daesh terrorists. The vote took place in May, but a recount process delayed the results for three months.

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