Vagueness of the fate of the government of Muhammad Allawi .. And the conflict between Halbousi and Kaabi
Ambiguity remains around the fate of the government of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, in light of the conflict between the Speaker and his deputy over the date of the parliamentary session in this regard.
It was not long before the Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Representative Hassan Al-Kaabi, affiliated with the Alliance of Saireon, affirmed that a session of the House of Representatives would be held next Monday to vote on the Allawi government, until Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi denied setting any date for the session.
Al- [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] confirmed in a statement that "the Presidency of the Council of Representatives has not yet decided the date for the special session to vote on the ministerial cabinet."
He also clarified that "it is not possible to set a date for the special session before the arrival of the ministerial platform and the names of ministers, so far we have not received the ministerial curriculum nor the names of the ministerial cabinet."
But he continued, stressing that "once the ministerial platform and the names of the ministers arrive, the presidency will begin to complete the procedures for the session."
In addition, he warned against "the consequences of proceeding with any measures outside the constitution, bylaws and laws, particularly with regard to the work of the parliament."
He considered that "the goal of forming any government is to get out of a crisis and we do not want to go to a government that might threaten societal peace or create a rift between the components of society."
He also indicated that Parliament did not find seriousness in setting a date for the early elections, saying, "I do not see any seriousness from the Prime Minister in charge of setting a date for the early elections."
He continued: "The goal of the next government should be to impose security, restore prestige of the state, and hold early elections."
He also urged to meet the demand of the demonstrators, saying: "Iraq has bled a lot during the past months and there should be a clear position by the political forces to come out with a clear vision that meets the demands of the demonstrators."
It is noteworthy that the coalition of forces headed by Al-Halbousi, had announced earlier, not to vote for the government of Muhammad Tawfiq [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in parliament on the grounds that it does not have the support of the popular movement in the country.
The prime minister-designate, Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, whose demonstrators in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] refused to name him, considered that he was affiliated with the parties.
He also held a ministerial position in the past (Minister of Communications) called the House of Representatives to hold an extraordinary session in order to vote on granting confidence to the government next Monday.
The demonstrators still adhere to the refusal to form a government by Allawi, demanding an independent government away from the parties, and the holding of early parliamentary elections.
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