The fate of Allawi's government is at stake ... and the ministerial formation before Parliament
The government of the designated Iraqi Prime Minister, Mohammed Allawi, faces a difficult test, Thursday, in front of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] who will vote on it in public.
Although the Saeron bloc, "which is led by the Sadrist movement," confirmed on Wednesday its support for the ministerial formation, nothing is decided yet, according to what the Parliament Speaker, Muhammad al-Halbousi, explained yesterday evening.
Al-Halbousi, who heads the Iraqi Forces Alliance, said in a television interview that holding the session does not mean passing the government.
He also clarified that Allawi is not independent, saying: "Allawi is not independent, he is involved in the political process, and he has been involved in negotiating delegations for nearly 12 years."
It is noteworthy that Allawi, had met Wednesday, with a delegation from the Iraqi Forces Alliance, at the invitation of the leader of the coalition, Osama Najafi, according to the Iraqi News Agency.
Infusion of names
A document was leaked yesterday with the names of the squad, and showed that some of the ministers belonged to previous parties, which the protesters reject, as well as Al-Halbousi.
It also indicated that it was devoid of candidates from the Ministry of Interior, Finance, Trade, and Justice and the Ministry of State for Regional Affairs.
Commenting on that list, political analyst Hisham Al Hashemi said, in a tweet on his Twitter account: "According to the leaks from the list of Allawi's Ministry, the aforementioned ranges between a relatively independent and independent and a resigned party and most of them are not technocrats from the ministry that was assigned to him, and I think the list will not satisfy the demonstrations, and also Nothing in the names mentioned according to my knowledge of some of them personally has the ability to eradicate corruption and economic offices. "
In addition, the Al-Fatah coalition announced that it would not vote for the government if it included ministers of dual nationality.
On the other hand, the parliamentary wisdom bloc confirmed its participation in the voting session, today, to give confidence to the government of the Prime Minister-designate.
In turn, the State of Law coalition confirmed the need for all blocs to participate in the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] session to give confidence.
And between this position and that, the demonstrators adhere to their position rejecting the assignment of Allawi in the first place, considering that he is affiliated with the parties, especially since he was Minister of Communications in the past.
They also adhere to the demand for early parliamentary elections, which is the point that Wednesday Allawi touched upon during his meeting with the Alliance of Forces, according to what the official agency said, quoting him as saying: "Holding early elections is the best solution to overcome the country's problems."
Does this statement satisfy the demonstrators in Iraq?
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