The quotas of Halbousi and the political forces confirm the falsehood of the slogans of standing with the demonstrators
Observers confirmed that the political forces, headed by Speaker of Parliament Mohamed Al-Halbousi, claim that they stand with the demonstrations and their demands to refuse to quota, have proven that they are just political propaganda and promotion among the demonstrators.
They added that there is a frantic race within the framework of the process of forming the Iraqi Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi for his government where the dominant political forces want to reach a formula that guarantees them the greatest gains in the process of forming the government and its ministries.
They pointed out that the intense meetings between the various parties and political forces continued until late Wednesday night.
Although matters are not finalized yet, the outputs indicate the agreement of everyone to "organize the dispute", following a noticeable decline in the position of each of the Sunni forces "led by Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, and Kurdish forces led by Masoud Barzani.
For his part, the writer and researcher Adnan Abu Zaid said in his article that the insistence of certain parties on the quota system means that they do not care about the demonstrations, do not value them because they consider themselves not concerned with them, and that they express the state of the Shiite street and its struggle with the Shiite forces only.
He added, that the western regions that do not witness demonstrations happen exactly the opposite, as the street aligns with the Sunni forces and pushes them to reap more ministries and concessions.
As for the Shiite street, its slogans are general, and it seems difficult to achieve and impractical. It is embodied in demanding the removal of the entire political system and the removal of the entire political class, particularly the “Shiite” from the scene, without working on possible practical demands with the formation of the new government.
Moreover, the Shiite street raises slogans of rejection to the Prime Minister-designate, while the Sunni and Kurdish forces accept it, provided that the demands are met, and it is a practical position.
He went on to say: The Shiite street does not know how to manage its interests or put it on the path of implementation and obtain gains in a war of fierce negotiations, in which the weak and weak are taken.
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