[size=36]Al-Sudani: The mass movement must be active in parliament to become a partner in the reform process[/size]
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MP in parliament, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, saw Monday the importance of arriving at a true translation of the mass movement in order to be active in parliament and state institutions to become a partner in the reform process until reaching the desired goal.
Al-Sawadani said, "October demonstrations are a popular movement that represents a growing state of Iraqi awareness, and cannot be separated from the demonstrations of 2011, 2015 and 2017, and they are overall representing the mobility of the young generation, in a period in which Iraq’s crises spread from unemployment, poverty, administrative and financial corruption, poor services and the absence of justice. The weak rule of law, and that this generation communicates with the world, and monitors the development and progress of peoples, while he believes that his country is still mired in its problems, posing a permanent question about the reason behind this.
Al-Sudani added, “The Iraqi political forces, for their part, did not listen to the voice of this generation. Rather, they went to form the government of Abdul-Mahdi, which was dominated by specific blocs through quotas, confirming that its authority, which spoiled corruption and nepotism and the seizure of public money, and by extending Account of state institutions, what caused the latter to lose its prestige, as the October Uprising erupted.
He pointed out, "The demonstrations started with simple service demands, but ended with radical political and reform demands, which earned her respect for the spectrum of society, and the interaction of women, the elderly, and various classes of clans and others with them."
Al-Sudani continued, “The October uprising resulted in the prevalence of the Iraqi national identity over the rest of the sub-national, sectarian and regional identities, so that the national feeling becomes the dominant one in the country, with the slogan of wanting a homeland in which sovereignty, justice, equality and dignity prevail, and a country that preserves the rights of everyone.”
He stated, “Among the achievements of the movement also, political reforms that would not have been achieved had not been achieved without the demonstrations, so there was talk publicly about amending the constitution and forming a committee around it, and that the reforms went to discuss important detailed laws that would not have been legislated without the movement, such as the Parliament’s election law , And the Electoral Commission Law, after party representatives were appointed to the commission without trusting the integrity of the elections you were holding, as well as the new election law that aborted the previous mechanism.
And Abizaid: "As for what is necessary, it is the need of the movement to formulate specific goals and turn into a political actor to secure its presence in the early elections."
Al-Sudani believes that "to reach a true translation of this movement, it is important that he be active in Parliament and in state institutions to become a partner in the reform process until reaching the desired goal, which is a sovereign state that possesses the national decision, and adopts institutions that protect all citizens away from the power of any A team, which is the goal that everyone calls for, "stressing that" the goals of the protests will be achieved if the movement translates into political action in the future. "Ended 29 / A 43