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Political forces back down on the dismissal of Abdul Mahdi on the eve of the presidencies meeting wi

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Political forces back down on the dismissal of Abdul Mahdi on the eve of the presidencies meeting wi Empty Political forces back down on the dismissal of Abdul Mahdi on the eve of the presidencies meeting wi

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[size=52]Political forces back down on the dismissal of Abdul Mahdi on the eve of the presidencies meeting with the blocs[/size]

[size=45]It is expected to hold the three presidencies meeting attended by leaders of political blocs to discuss the dismissal of the government and arrangements for the formation of a new government, at a time when political parties began betting on the factor of time to keep the government through a "questioning interrogation" re-put confidence.
[size=45]A coalition of leading figures - demanding the resignation of the government - adheres to the demand to dismiss the government before agreeing on a new prime minister, which is rejected by the Fatah alliance "for fear of the return of former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to the helm of government."[/size]
[size=45]No coalition has offered a substitute for Abdul-Mahdi, but Fatah sees Abadi as the closest to power, so power will be given to someone "backed by America," as she describes it.[/size]
[size=45]In response to the demands of the demonstrators, the House of Representatives voted on the twenty-eighth of October, to form a parliamentary committee to amend the provisions and paragraphs of the Constitution, to deliver its final report in a period not exceeding only four months.[/size]
[size=45]Since the outbreak of the second wave of protests several days ago, President Barham Saleh held a political movement with the heads of blocs and political parties focused in its entirety on the possibility of adopting a new election law and change the election commission and replace the government.[/size]
[size=45]He says MP from the stream of wisdom Mahmoud Mullah Talal (term) that "the three presidencies and leaders of political blocs are working together to find a political solution to get out of the current crisis," calling on political leaders to "take constitutional and legal action within the House of Representatives to prevent chaos."[/size]
[size=45]The second wave of protests erupted in the capital Baghdad and all cities and provinces of the center and south on October 25, demanding the resignation of the government and dissolve the parliament and amend the constitution and prosecute corrupt and abolish the provincial councils and amend the election law and call for early parliamentary elections.[/size]
[size=45]Talal stresses that "there is no agreement between the components and parliamentary blocs to dismiss the government of Abdul-Mahdi or not," revealing that "the three presidencies and leaders of the blocs will gather today (tomorrow) Tuesday in the Peace Palace to find a way out of the crisis."[/size]
[size=45]Regarding the retreat of Al-Hikma bloc from its positions calling for changing the government of Abdul-Mahdi, the MP from Wasit province said that “Al-Hikma bloc did not back down from its previous positions, but believes it is necessary to resolve the dismissal according to the legal frameworks.” Government program. ”[/size]
[size=45]On the other hand, the Fateh Alliance led by Hadi al-Amiri stresses that "the opposition movement of wisdom retreated from its previous positions and began supporting the survival of the government of Abdul-Mahdi."[/size]
[size=45]The MP for the Alliance Hamid al-Moussawi in an interview with (term) that: "There is a parliamentary mood to renew confidence in Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi and not dismissed if he was questioned by alliances and the victory in the House of Representatives," pointing out that "a lot of blocks began She is worried about the dismissal of Abdul Mahdi and allowed the head of the US-backed Al-Nasr coalition to return to the premiership again.[/size]
[size=45]He adds that "the output of impeachment seems vague to all blocs and components and the results are not guaranteed," noting that "alliances and victory with the dissolution of the government and parliament and the formation of an interim government and change the election commission and the holding of early parliamentary elections."[/size]
[size=45]The MP for the victory coalition Adnan Zarfi submitted a request to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives at the beginning of the month of October to interrogate Abdul-Mahdi, supported by a coalition of Sairon and deputies from different parties and parliamentary blocs.[/size]
[size=45]The MP from Karbala province commented on this questioning by saying that "the supportive blocks of Abdul Mahdi began to activate his interrogation within the House of Representatives in order to vote with conviction on his answers to renew confidence," stressing that "meetings continue between the political forces to come up with a unified project to avoid the current crisis."[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that "the coalition of Saraon refused to discuss an alternative to Adel Abdul-Mahdi and insists on dissolving parliament and the government and the formation of an interim government to amend the election law and change the election commission before the early parliamentary elections."[/size]
[size=45]It is believed that "there is a complaint among many people to the continuation of the crisis without little solutions as well as that sympathy with the demonstrations began to decrease with the lack of a clear vision to solve the problem and therefore the time that passes in favor of the government," noting that "there will be a surprise in the coming days to resolve the crisis".[/size]
[size=45]On the other hand, the Alliance of Iraqi Forces asserts that the meeting of the three presidencies will focus on the development of a specific mechanism to change the paragraphs of the Constitution rigid and inflexible, believing that "the solution to the current crisis lies in the change of the system radically and complete to establish a homeland for all."[/size]
[size=45]"The past experience was unsuccessful and requires rethinking in a way that meets the aspirations of all the components and parties," Deputy Alliance Vice President Mohammed Karbouli told Al-Mada. "Replacing Abdul Mahdi's government with a new government will not solve the problem."[/size]
[size=45]Karbouli calls for the "writing of an interim constitution until a real parliamentary elections," stressing that "this proposal will be presented at the meeting of the three presidencies with heads of parliamentary blocs scheduled for Tuesday to find solutions to the current crisis."[/size]


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