Shiaa Al-Sudani responds to Muhammad Allawi: Where did you get this absolute recommendation?
Al-Sudani, one of the members of the government curriculum study committee, said in a statement that “what has been circulated of a statement by Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Allawi and what he describes as attempts to block the passage of his government raises more distress.
He continued, "Although there is corruption and transgression of public money, it cannot be denied or acquitted by any party, but for the matter to reach the Prime Minister-designate to prepare the position of his government as a watershed between truth and falsehood and between integrity and corruption, this is a dangerous thing, it should not be claimed by anyone It is certainly not related to democracy, otherwise, what is the need for voting?
He added, "An important question comes to mind, and from where did Allawi obtain this absolute endorsement of him and his team before they started their work with the greatest respect to all of them?"
And, “We find that the secret vote that Allawi objected to claimed justice and freedom of opinion without fear of a threat or greed for corruption or bribery as stated in the tweet, as the basis of philosophy from secret voting is the consecration of freedom of opinion, and excluding any external influencer from A threat from another greedy bribe or the like, and for this it would have been more useful to call on Mr. Allawi to vote secretly and not vice versa if there was a real concern for the integrity of the choice and freedom of opinion and confidence in the candidates and specifically in an atmosphere like this marred by many attempts of deliberate influence that reached dictations and threats including Contradicts freedom and the rules of democracy.
He concluded, "What we wish for this statement to be not issued by the designated president or to initiate a clarification that could contribute to reducing the damages resulting from it, especially as he stands within hours of holding the session to apply for confidence as scheduled.
The Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi had warned against a plan to thwart the passing of his government, through huge sums paid to the deputies and to make the parliament session secret.
Allawi said in, “I have heard that there is a plan to thwart the government’s passage due to the inability to continue the thefts because the ministries will be run by honest and independent ministers.
Allawi added, "This scheme consists of paying exorbitant sums to the deputies, and making the vote secret, I hope this information is incorrect.
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