Allawi raises heated political differences .. and political alliances are on the verge of a new crack
Political alliances are on the verge of a new rift, due to accumulated differences, the latest of which was the appointment of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and the pressure on several blocs rejecting this option.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] announced that he will present his cabinet in the next Monday in front of Parliament.
The coalition of Iraqi forces led by Speaker of Parliament Muhammad Al-Halbousi called on the partners to provide an alternative to Muhammad [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to form the government.
An informed source confirmed that it had become difficult to pass the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] government without the approval of the Kurdish component and the Speaker of Parliament.
Meanwhile, Kurdish anger escalated due to Allawi's disregard of their views and candidates within the upcoming cabinet, amid threats to boycott the government permanently.
Political sources stated that the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] government did not include members of the ruling parties, but rather adopted the representation of the components through independents, without adopting the parties' nominations and accepting them, which is rejected by those parties.
In defending its access to ministries in previous governments and demanding positions in the current interim government, the current parties say that they really represent their sects, have supporters and masses and have a duty to defend them, and that this is done by granting positions to the parties, claiming that they truly represent the components, Via the polls.
Several Kurdish delegations have been conducting meetings with Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, days ago, without agreeing on the nature of Kurdish participation in the government.
The dispute revolves around Allawi's desire to include the Kurdish component in his government, but from his personal choice without consulting the parties in the Kurdistan region, while those parties and forces reject this path.
For his part, Ali Gholam Al-Lami, the deputy representative of Saireon, said that new political alliances have matured in the coming stage, indicating that the Alliance for Reform and Building has ended (their role ended).
Al-Lami said that the coming stage will witness the emergence of new alliances in the political arena, and the maturity of new alliances from members of the House of Representatives, especially from the Sunni brotherhood.
He stressed that politics does not have a coherent alliance, but all alliances have an interest first, pointing out that all alliances will change in the next stage.
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