[size=36]Commissioning Allawi .. Al-Sadr blesses, the nations welcome, and prominent political forces disavow and the masses refuse[/size]
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Reactions varied in the popular and political circles regarding the appointment of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi as head of the transitional government after more than two months after the popular protests demanding change. While the demonstrators in Iraq rejected the mandate.
The Islamic Dawa Party distanced itself from Allawi's candidacy for prime minister, explaining in a statement that he is not part of the scenario assigning any candidate to head the new government.
He continued, "The Islamic Dawa Party announces to all Iraqis that it has nothing to do with the election of any person who does not comply with the specifications agreed upon by the Iraqis."
He pointed out, "The party wanted, from the first day to start the nomination process, that the candidate for prime minister be an independent, competent, honest, capable of preserving the sovereignty and unity of Iraq, and satisfying the aspirations and movement of the people, and was able to provide a safe electoral environment so that the Iraqis can vote without any illegal practices until the funds are Polling is the constitutional change mechanism. "
He added that "the Islamic Dawa Party, as part of the rule of law bloc, declares that it is not part of the scenario of assigning any candidate for prime minister now."
Immediately after his assignment was announced, demonstrators in Baghdad and the provinces announced their rejection of Allawi by chanting against him, and he cut several methods to protest this.
For his part, the Victory Coalition reiterated that it is not a party to choose the candidate to head the Council of Ministers at this stage, and that a qualified candidate must gain the trust of the people.
The coalition said: "We show that the candidate must prove his eligibility by moving away from the abhorrent quotas and holding all those who caused innocent Iraqi bloodshed in and outside the demonstrations square, and taking care of the families of the martyrs and the wounded."
He added: "We point out that the candidate must re-consider the state by restoring the money and positions that were illegally seized, restoring confidence in the armed and security forces to protect and defend the people, and holding early, fair and fair elections."
While the "National Coalition" led by Iyad Allawi said that he "has not nominated anyone to head the new government," explaining in a statement, "We did not nominate anyone for the prime minister, but it is the responsibility of the Iraqi people, especially peaceful demonstrators."
The coalition indicated that it "does not accept a candidate imposed from outside Iraq," adding that "a government formed outside the will of the Iraqi people will not be with us."
In the context, the head of the "Bayraq al-Khair" bloc in the Iraqi parliament, Muhammad al-Khalidi, said that "the head of the" State of Law coalition "Nuri al-Maliki, and the leader of the" National List "Iyad Allawi, refused to assign Allawi to form a new government, stressing that they" still reject him. " ".
And he explained that "the political forces that signed the nomination of Allawi pledged not to interfere in the selection of any person in his government and left the authority to choose him completely."
However, a member of the House of Representatives, Kazem Al-Sayyadi, said that "the forces that supported Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi's mandate to form the new government agreed to distribute positions among themselves, and that each political bloc took its share in the government to be formed."
On the other hand, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, welcomed the appointment of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi to form the new government, saying in a tweet on Twitter.
He continued, "Today we, the revolutionaries, are obligated to continue with the peaceful demonstration in order to complete the independent ministerial cabinet emanating from the people and the people. Today we hope Brother Muhammad Allawi not to give in to external and internal pressures, to announce his program, and speed up the start of early elections, and to strive for the sovereignty and independence of Iraq. , So as to preserve the country’s standing, decision and prestige of its security forces.
He added: "I hope that the assignment of the President of the Republic to Brother Muhammad Allawi is acceptable and satisfactory to the people, and that they will be patient and continue their peaceful approach in their demonstrations for Iraq."
While the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General in Iraq, Jenin Henness-Blachhardt, welcomed the "appointment of a Prime Minister, Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi. It urges that we work quickly, first and foremost, to achieve fundamental reforms and meet the legitimate demands of the people for justice and accountability."
"Iraq is an urgent need to move forward. The prime minister-designate faces a huge task: to quickly form a cabinet and to ratify parliament to move forward with meaningful reforms that meet popular demands and achieve justice and accountability," she said.
"The path forward remains fraught with difficulties. Progress will require the support of all actors involved in the Prime Minister's work in the service of the Iraqi people. The commitments contained in the Prime Minister-designate's statement fulfill many of the demands of peaceful protesters. While this is certainly an encouraging sign," she added. It is worth noting that the Iraqi people will ultimately judge the leadership of the country through results and achievements.
She noted, "The United Nations has repeatedly supported all stakeholders to move beyond partisanship and put the national interest first. The time has come to act."
Henness-Blackshart urged that "every effort be made to get Iraq out of its crisis. The United Nations will continue to support the Iraqi people and their government to build a more peaceful, just and prosperous Iraq." Ended 29 / A 43