Mourning: exceeding harmonization will harm the country and revive sectarianism
09:11 - 02/24/2020
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The second deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Bashir Al-Haddad, warned on Monday that exceeding consensus will harm the country and revive the spirit of hateful sectarianism, noting that the Kurds want to meet their legitimate demands and deal with them as a region and not a province.
Al-Haddad said in a statement reported by "Al-Sabah" newspaper and seen by him / information / that "any unilateral decision and reliance on the parliamentary majority will not address the crisis situation in the country, since the political process since 2003 depends on partnership and balance", noting that "exceeding consensus will harm the country more than its benefit" It adds tension to the political process and revives the hateful spirit of sectarianism.
Al-Haddad added, “We want a government that is able to shoulder its responsibilities and rid the country of crises. Indeed, it does not bear an immature and incomplete experience and lacks the support of all.”
Al-Haddad stressed that "the Kurds want to meet their legitimate demands and deal with them as a region, not a province, and a constitutional entity with legislative, executive and judicial powers, in addition to their demand not to circumvent the demands of the popular movement and the rights of the components, and thus they insist on national unity and partnership."
And on the extent of the success of the Prime Minister in charge of passing the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
in the session of granting confidence, Al-Haddad pointed out that "Allawi's success in passing the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
dependent on respecting the privacy of the components," calling for "commitment to dialogue and taking into consideration the interest of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
and not neglecting the criteria of national partnership." Ended / 25