[size=36]Allawi between rejection and apology and calls to revive the government of Abdul-Mahdi[/size]
Political | 06:11 - 01/03/2020
Private- Mawazine News
once again, the House of Representatives failed to achieve a quorum, to hold the emergency session devoted to voting on the ministerial cabinet of the taxpayer, Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi, to further complicate the Iraqi political scene in conjunction with calls to revive the caretaker government headed by Adel Abdul-Mahdi, in preparation for early parliamentary elections.
A parliamentary source said in an interview with Mawazine News that "the parliament failed today to hold the emergency session, after only 108 deputies attended, and other deputies stayed in the cafeteria of the council."
Sunni Kurdish refused,
and member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Mayada Al-Najjar, confirmed today, Sunday, that the Kurdish parties agreed not to participate in the parliament session.
"The Kurdish parties agreed not to participate in the parliament session, nor to vote for the Allawi government," Najjar said.
She added that "nothing was agreed with the rest of the parties."
For his part, the deputy for the alliance of forces, Muhammad al-Karbouli, called on the supporting forces to Allawi to nominate another non-controversial figure.
Proposals for an apology
from his side, the deputy of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Muhammad Karim, suggested Sunday that Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi presented his apology for forming the new government after the parliament failed to hold a session today.
Karim said, "Allawi is still meeting with the heads of political blocs to determine the date of the parliament session to give his government confidence," pointing out that "Allawi's position on his mandate to form the government will show his features after the end of the meeting."
He added that "the postponement of the session came due to the lack of a quorum and the absence of some political blocs from today's meeting," suggesting "Allawi will present his apology from the mandate to form the government."
Calls to revive the government of Abdul-Mahdi
The deputy of Basra Governorate, Uday Awad, called on the political blocs to act wisely and reasonably and to consult with Adel Abdul Mahdi to extend the possibility of his government with three conditions.
Awad said, "The government of designate Muhammad Allawi was unable to obtain the majority and was accompanied by many constitutional violations and the search for an alternative is another drain on time, and we will not reach a result and in dangerous conditions the world is living now from the spread of the Corna pandemic that has afflicted our country with it as well as delaying the approval of the budget Which has negative returns for our Iraq and delay in paying the salaries of thousands of our children because of it, and therefore we must act wisely and reasonably and consult with Adel Abdul Mahdi to extend the possibility of his government. "
"We put three points, namely setting an early date for the elections for the parliament and governorates, and sending the 2020 budget within days to the parliament for approval, in addition to focusing on prevention and treatment of the Corona epidemic and setting plans for that at the highest levels."
Awad stressed, "With this, we may be able to get Iraq out of a new crisis and from disputes that we need to do in difficult and confusing circumstances." Ended 29 / h