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Deputy: Soleimani was leading the Shiite house, now divided

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[size=18]Deputy Muhammad Salem al-Ghabban affirmed on Sunday that there is a sharp division in the Shiite house over the prime minister crisis, while noting that the commander of the Revolutionary Guards, Qassem Salmani, was leading the case of the Shiite house divided now.


Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper quoted al-Ghabban as saying that "there is a sharp division in the Shiite house over the prime minister crisis, and there does not appear to be any light at the end of the tunnel, despite the efforts being made to find out the matter and resolve the differences between Shiite leaders and leaders."






 
Al-Ghabban added that "the reason that no solution has been reached so far is due to the commitment of some leaders within the Shiite house to their opinions without expressing any flexibility that could eventually lead to reaching an acceptable consensus."
 
In response to a question about whether the disputes continued unresolved, and the second constitutional deadline was exceeded, Al-Ghabban says, "My expectation is that they will exceed the new constitutional deadline, despite all the attempts, meetings and meetings taking place throughout the day with a view to reaching a solution," noting that "General Qassem Soleimani , Who was described as representing Iranian influence in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , was always the one leading the blame for the Shiite house divided now. "


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Deputy: Soleimani was leading the Shiite house, now divided Empty A sharp division between the Shiite leaders and expectations of a new violation of the "constitution

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Baghdad / Sky Press

Former Interior Minister, head of the Al-Fateh parliamentary bloc, Muhammad al-Ghabban, confirmed today that the Iranian general, the commander of the Quds Force, Qassem Soleimani, who was assassinated by Washington earlier this year, was always leading the gathering of the Shiite house divided by itself now, as he put it.

Al-Ghabban said in a press statement, there is a sharp division in the Shiite house about the crisis of the prime minister, and there does not appear to be any light at the end of the tunnel, despite the efforts being made to get to the matter and resolve the differences between Shiite leaders and leaders.

Al-Ghabban added, “The reason that no solution has been reached yet is due to the commitment of some leaders within the Shiite house to their opinions without expressing any flexibility that could eventually lead to reaching an acceptable consensus.”

Regarding the continued unresolved differences and the possibility of exceeding the second constitutional deadline, he said, "My expectation is that they will exceed the new constitutional deadline, despite all the attempts, meetings and meetings taking place throughout the day with a view to reaching a solution," noting that "General Qassem Soleimani, who was described That he represented Iranian influence in Iraq, he was always leading the blame of the Shiite house divided itself now.

The deputy of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hussein Al-Yasari, had revealed, last week, a movement led by three political and religious leaders in order to dictate the ranks of the Shiite blocs, to run the country in the next stage.

Hussein Al-Yasari said, in a press interview, that the reality of the situation in which the country passes, starting with a vote on the decision to remove foreign forces inside the House of Representatives, and the Shiite blocs bear responsibility for the decision, with which everyone realized the necessity of re-familiarization with the ranks of the Shiite blocs.

Al-Yasiri added, "The crises that the country is going through cannot be overcome except with the unity of the Shiite and Sunni homes, as well as the Kurdish one," pointing out that "what is important for the country is to unite within the blocs because fragmentation of any party will affect the other and the entire political process."

The deputy from the Al-Fateh Alliance confirmed that there are "continuous discussions to restore the unity of the Shiite ranks, not sectarian, but rather to administer the country in the next stage." The law has a big role in the ongoing negotiations. ”

And Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi presented his apology to President Barham Salih, on Sunday, for the formation of the new government after he spoke of political pressure that he was subjected to which hindered the passing of his ministerial list in Parliament.

After that, the Presidency issued a statement regarding the Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi’s apology for forming the transitional government.

The presidency stated in a statement, “With reference to the statement of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi on his inability to form his government during the specified constitutional period, and based on the provisions of Article 76 of the Constitution, the President of the Republic begins consultations to select an alternative candidate within a period of 15 days within the scope of his constitutional and national responsibilities ”




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