[size=36]A struggle for senior positions and special grades. The "opposition" is a weapon that did not receive its share[/size]
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revealed a parliamentary source, Sunday, a heated struggle to obtain a share of senior positions and special grades, pointing out that some blocs threaten to resort to the "opposition" as a weapon in the event of failure to respond to its demands.
The source pointed out, "the existence of the desire of all the large and small parliamentary blocs, to obtain a share of the positions of special grades," stressing that "the debate on them reached a dead end, after the large blocs insisted on the need to distribute according to weights, which resulted from the results of the legislative elections that took place in 2018 ".
He added that "this option did not satisfy the other blocs called for a share of hundreds of positions managed by the proxy for years," explaining that "some parties," the Sunni "as a coalition decision to go to the opposition if not respond to their demands.
The source said that "a number of pro-government forces, most notably the alliance" Al-Fateh "and" Saron "supported by the Sadrist movement, do not want to form an opposition front at the present time, believing that this may affect the work of ministries, and delay the implementation of the government program.
He pointed out that "there are two trends within the coalition of" reform ", the first support for the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi, represented by" Saron "and other small forces, while others waved to go to the opposition, including the" wisdom "led by Ammar al-Hakim
As for the alliance" ", The source said," Some of the leaders of the coalition is also intensive movements to prevent the formation of a strong opposition to the government, "explaining that"