[size=36]Meetings before the constitutional deadline to nominate the prime minister[/size]
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Various political forces are trying to reset the hour of the constitutional deadline granted to the President of the Republic Barham Saleh to nominate a new prime minister, by considering the beginning of the deadline be from the time the Iraqi president received the official letter of mandate issued by the House of Representatives, not from the date of its issuance, in an effort to win Two more days, after a final agreement was stalled over the name of the prime minister, who would likely take over an interim government with limited files, before going to early elections.
The Iraqi constitution provides for a period of 15 days to nominate a new head of government instead of the resigned, to be submitted by the President of the Republic to the House of Representatives to vote on it, without explaining the consequences in the event of a breach of the constitutional deadline, which was considered by experts of the constitution another new gap added to the gaps in the constitution Iraqi, and subject to the interpretations and interpretations of politicians.
The deadline is due to end at midnight on Tuesday, given that the letter of the House of Representatives that mandated the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, was issued on the second of this month, but political blocs and forces have been promoting, since Sunday morning, that the time limit begins with the arrival of The book is to the office of the Iraqi president, and not from the date of its issuance, although the distance between the office of the House of Representatives and the office of the President of the Republic is two streets, the path between them requires five minutes and no more.
According to an Iraqi official and another leader in the "victory" coalition, led by former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, "consultations and meetings have been going on since last night between the various forces and political blocs."
They affirmed that "there are attempts in the meantime to reach an agreement to announce a political agreement directed primarily at the street, to announce that the next government is temporary, with the aim of persuading the protesters or those who refuse to nominate Mohamed Shiaa Al-Sudani to head the government, or any other name. He gets out of the current parties, which is the same case for Moqtada Al-Sadr. "
This comes as the Iraqi street is ready to escalate the popular protest in the capital, Baghdad, to prevent the passage of the Sudanese, in the event that he is assigned to form the next Iraqi government.
To that, a person close to the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, said that "Al-Sadr delivered a message to his audience by closing the page of his minister (Saleh Muhammad Al-Iraqi) on Facebook, which was like a postman between him and his supporters, and this message is that you have to move quickly." To thwart the deal to pass and nominate the Sudanese to head the next government. "
Those close to Al-Sadr indicated that the Sadrists' supporters are preparing to go out in a million-day demonstration in the capital, Baghdad, during the next two days, and that the methods of protest will witness an escalation to prevent the completion of the Sudanese deal, especially after giving Al-Sadr the green light for his fans to move.
"It is not excluded that crossing into or entering the Green Zone, in order to put pressure on political forces, to prevent Iran from nominating anyone to head the next government, is not excluded," concluded a source close to the Sadrist leader.
Moreover, Bassem Khashan, an independent Iraqi Council of Representatives member, said, "The Iraqi street is on the way to completing the demands, after the dismissal of the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi," adding that "the attempt to impose the de facto political forces to nominate Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani will be a motivation for the demonstrators." To complete the reform and change process. "
Khashan said: "We do not expect the parties to vote or choose the Sudanese, as they are afraid of facing the will of the people, after realizing the strength of the popular movement, as they are afraid of the lesson that the people gave them in the October Revolution."
He added that "in the event that the political forces insist on nominating the Sudanese, the methods of protest and demonstration will develop towards escalation, as the revolutionary youth with every escalation by the parties of power will have a escalation of protest according to peaceful methods."
The MP continued, "We warn the power parties against the danger of facing the will of the demonstrations in change and reform. Everything is contained in connection with the escalation of the popular protest, especially with the lack of leadership for the movement."
In contrast, Iraqi political analyst Ahmed Al-Sharifi said, "The political blocs and parties will not be able to impose their will on the Iraqi street. The issue of nominating a person and imposing a fait accompli is unlikely, as these blocs fear the reaction of the Iraqi street."
Al-Sharifi added, "The issue of accepting the Iraqi street with a candidate by the political blocs and parties is very unlikely as well. Therefore, the political blocs will cancel the case of Muhammad Shia’a al-Sudani, for fear of the reaction of the street to that process if it occurred."
And the political analyst warned that "in the event that the political blocs impose a candidate before them on the Iraqi street, it will push the popular protests to escalate, and there may be a crossing towards the Green Zone, and the protest style may shift from peaceful to non-peaceful, and these fears are present with the political blocs." Ended on 29 / h