Saleh is in trouble .. The nomination of the Sudanese "played with fire" and the consensus of interests at the expense of the demands of the uprisings
Hours separate us from the end of the legal deadline granted to the President of the Republic, Barham [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , to present the candidate for prime minister to succeed resigned Adel Abdel Mahdi to the House of Representatives to vote on it in preparation for forming a new government preparing for early elections.
During the last period, several names were nominated for a candidate for the position, but the odds were limited to three: Ibrahim Bahr Al-Ulum, Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani and Jaafar Al-Sadr .. However, the Sudanese issued the weightings during the past few days, especially after his resignation from the Dawa Party, which is one of the leaders in it. A step to introduce himself as an independent person, which is one of the agreed conditions for any candidate ..
Muhammad Shi'a Al-Sudani, who previously held more than one ministerial post, was nominated by the "Construction" coalition unanimously and with the approval of most of the blocs in the coalition, according to the deputy of the coalition, Fadel Al-Fatlawi .
Al-Fatlawi explained: "There are many names presented within the building alliance and a comparison was made between them to choose a person for the position of prime minister of the transitional government, and it was agreed unanimously on the proposal of Mohammed Shia Al-Sudani. The
nomination of the Sudanese raised different reactions from the political forces, between a supporter and a supporter and an opponent on the basis that The man is from the political process and its core, even if he resigns from the Dawa Party ..
But as it seems, there is a green light and consensus from some forces, including Sunni and Kurdish, to nominate the Sudanese .. The
coalition of forces headed by Speaker of Parliament Muhammad Al-Halbousi praised Muhammad Shia’a Al-Sudani , And described it as the most abundant Fortunately for the prime minister
, the leader of the coalition, Haider al-Mulla, said: “The Sudanese are the most fortunate, and announcing his resignation from the Dawa Party is a clear and courageous message from him.
Even the Salvation and Development Front, headed by Usama al-Nujaifi, confirmed that MP Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani is a suitable figure to manage the transitional period, and he expressed his support for the popular demonstrations since its inception and condemned the violence against it.
Mishaan al-Jubouri, a prominent leader in the front, shined the image of the Sudanese, and said about him that what distinguishes him from other political class who ran the country after 2003, that he lived the suffering of the people during the stages of wars, siege and oppression and did not leave [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] opponent, and that he worked during his administration of the Ministry of Industry, to operate The suspended factories, despite the deep attempts of the state to obstruct his work, and in the Ministry of Labor had a distinctive role in the widening circle of those covered by social welfare, and he also expressed his support for the peaceful popular revolution since its inception and condemned violence against it.
The Kurdish parties are also not far from this consensus, given the Sudanese pledge to the Kurdish delegation that visited Baghdad recently, to keep all previous agreements concluded during the era of Abdul-Mahdi, according to informed sources .. And
whether the Sudanese were presented to Parliament by the President of the Republic or No, and whether or not it was passed, the position of the demonstrators was clear since he submitted his resignation from the Dawa Party .. And they raised a slogan of unambiguous saying, "We want an independent .. not a resignation" ..
This is confirmed by the "Saeron" coalition, which warned the political blocs against the consequences of nominating A political figure to head the new government, describing the matter as "playing with fire."
He called on the political blocs to "be aware of the street power and the anger of the demonstrators in Baghdad and the provinces."
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