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Map of the positions of the blocs from Al-Zarfi .. Will the Prime Minister-designate succeed?
March 18, 2020
Al-Zrafi faces a major challenge in garnering political support to pass his government (Ultra Iraq)
Ultra Iraq - Editorial Team
The positions of the Shiite political blocs varied, with regard to the assignment of the representative of the Al-Nasr coalition, Adnan al-Zarfi, to form the interim government, amid a refusal expressed by the majority of the protest squares.
Shiite political parties loyal to Iran confirm that they will not give confidence to the Adnan Zarfi government
On Tuesday 17 March, the United Nations Representative to Iraq, Jenin Henness Blackshart, welcomed the appointment of a new Prime Minister, describing the new government's mission as "arduous", calling for its support from all political forces.
However, the support that Blackshart talked about does not seem to be available to the new taxpayer, as the Al-Fatah coalition led by Hadi al-Amiri announced his rejection of what he described as the "unconstitutional step" that the President of the Republic commissioned a candidate outside the constitutional contexts which stipulated the announcement of the largest bloc candidate and his declaration officially.
In a statement, the coalition stated, "Barham Salih's repetition of the constitutional violations is a violation of the constitution on the one hand, and lack of commitment to harmony between political forces on the other hand," bearing the president of the republic fully responsible for "the repercussions of these provocative steps," while stressing his taking all measures to "This disregard for the law and the constitution is prohibited."
For his part, Al-Fateh MP Abbas Al-Zamili told Ultra Iraq, "The assignment of Al-Zarfi is a legal and constitutional violation, and therefore we will not allow it to be passed within the parliament."
He added, "Al-Zarrafi's chances of passing his cabinet inside the parliament dome and forming the interim government are greater than the previous commissioner, Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, given his great American support."
On the Shiite poles that supported his candidacy, a member of the House of Representatives points out that "the alliance of marching and a large part of the rule of law, in addition to victory and then joined the stream of wisdom after his opposition at first," stressing that "the alliance of the conquest completely refuses to assign Zarrafi."
The Kurdish parties are preparing to start a round of internal talks before announcing their position with the Prime Minister-designate
On the other hand, Saad Saeed, a member of the Political Bureau of the Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq Movement, led by Qais Khazali, pledged passing the ministerial cabinet to the Prime Minister-designate, Adnan al-Zorfi, “political accommodation between the Shiite political blocs, especially between the Al-Fath and al-Fateon coalitions.”
Saeed said, "Ultra Iraq", "Al-Zarfi’s mandate came contrary to the prevailing political norm since the fall of the regime in 2003, which is the principle of political accommodation between the blocs," stressing that "the Zarfi government will not pass unless there is a consensus."
And while the representative of the State of Law Coalition, Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani, said in a statement that "the national duty requires us to work to facilitate the task of the Prime Minister-designate and support him in accomplishing his mission in the area of restoring the prestige of the state and the rule of law, fighting corruption and preserving the sovereignty of the country." Tawfiq Allawi, the Iraqi politician who was tasked with forming the interim government and later apologized for assignment, Tuesday, March 17th, that the person in charge of forming the next government, Adnan Al-Zarfi, will enter into a conflict with the political class if competent and impartial ministers are appointed.
The Iraqi Forces Alliance, he saw in a statement, that "Al-Zarfi is well aware of what Iraq needs by virtue of his previous experiences and believes in partnership and has a professional and national orientation away from narrow sectarian and sectarian strangles," noting that "through touching Al-Zarfi’s work during his assumption of various positions, whether executive or his work within The House of Representatives, as we see the crossing of the country to safety. "
In turn, the Salvation and Development Front, led by Osama Nujaifi, announced on Tuesday that it would "strive to ensure the success of Adnan Al-Zarfi to form the new government," expressing its hope to "form an honest government."
As for the Kurds, they welcomed the assignment of Zarfi via official positions of both the Democratic and National Patriotic Parties, stressing that they would start consultations with other Kurdish forces to announce a unified position from the Prime Minister-designate.
The Reform Alliance blocs expressed support for al-Zorfi, unlike most parties in the Construction Alliance
In the midst of this, the protesters insist on forming a government independent of political parties and not subject to any external ties, so that the pressure of the popular movement remains the biggest refusal to nominate Zarfi in light of the street's insistence on his demand to assign an independent prime minister and his rejection of the candidate of the current parties .