[size=32]Assurances of "not" passing the government formation tomorrow .. This is what the US administration told Al-Halbousi and Barzani ..![/size]
Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at 10:43 am (237 views)
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Baghdad / Sky Press
The Government Curriculum Study Committee held yesterday its first meeting, headed by the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Hassan Al-Kaabi, who confirmed, according to a statement, the importance of the government curriculum, as it takes into account the priorities of the stage, noting at the same time that it is not a detailed curriculum for the work of the ministries that will be tasked with preparing a special detailed curriculum With each.
Meanwhile, attention is turning to the session scheduled for Thursday to give confidence to the government. Until now, there are those who confirm that the session will not witness a pass for formation, in light of the rams that exist between the parties and political forces on the one hand, and Allawi on the other hand, as well as the harsh confrontation between President of the Republic Barham Salih supporting Alawi, on the one hand, and Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi and the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party Masoud Barzani, on the other hand, for their refusal to give the government its current form of confidence.
According to information published by international media, the US administration has informed both Al-Halbousi and Barzani that she does not very much welcome this government and continues to hand over tasks to Saleh, as according to the constitution if the Allawi government does not gain confidence on March 2, Saleh automatically authorizes the administration of the country's affairs, Especially in light of Adel Abdul Mahdi's adherence to returning to his home after this date. Based on the foregoing, political sources say that passing the government will be hard-won, not easy, citing her speech during yesterday's tweet to Allawi, in which he revealed the scheme to foil the pass by buying the votes of deputies and paying exorbitant sums to make the vote secret. The sources also base, in their estimation, on the positions of the Sadrist leader, Muqtada al-Sadr, which have shown a decline in the dose of support granted to him by Allawi.