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Until this moment, Prime Minister-designate Mustafa al-Kazemi is following in the footsteps of his successor, Adnan al-Zarfi. His chances to pass his cabinet cabinet from the House of Representatives have become very weak in light of the dispute around him from most political blocs, due to his dual dealings with the Sunni and Kurdish political blocs on the one hand, and the Shiite on the one hand Others.
It seems that the Shiite blocs feel that they are being subjected to attempts to exclude them from the political scene, and this is what they do not allow, as these blocs stood as the most rejecting the approach of Al-Kazemi in the process of forming his government.
This is what the political analyst, Ahmed Al-Sharifi, said, that he considered that the purpose of the cabins of the president-designate Mustafa Al-Kazimi was to exclude the majority Shiite component.
Al-Sharifi said in an interview with “Al-Ahed News” that “the path now is to give rights to the Kurds and Sunnis and the lack of clarity of Al-Kazemi’s dealings with the Shi’ites is it a desire to dismantle the Shi’ite alliance by nominating a party on the other side or is it intended to cause confusion in the Shiite position and these have question marks ”
Al-Sharifi added that "what is happening is transient to form a government, so why quota with the Sunnis and Kurds and refuse to quota with the Shiites unless there is a desire to create a crisis or a clash between the same component and a desire to disperse the Shiite component and not the purpose of forming the government."
On the negotiation committee of Al-Kazemi and its revenge against the Shiite component, Al-Sharifi asserted, “In terms of the description is a correct thing, it is a committee that wants to take revenge and revenge on the component with the majority, and if Al-Kazemi works with dictates of Sunnis and Kurds, then this means that the Shi’ite component is the target.”
This matter makes us a real front that must be circulated and put to the public opinion, that Al-Kazemi’s disregard of powerful blocs within the parliament that has the right to run for prime minister, lacks the simplest elements of political interaction and experience, otherwise it is unreasonable to ignore blocs that have the ability to name any candidate And bring it down at the same time quickly.
Also, this matter reveals the weakness of Al-Kazimi's political capabilities, and his lack of clear visions in the process of forming his government, or experience in dealing with political blocs, as well as the issues of the Iraqi people, especially in the current period that witnesses serious repercussions, in light of the Corona pandemic that swept the whole world, and also In light of the difficult situation the Iraqi economy is going through as a result of the drop in oil prices to the lowest levels.
All these things must provoke the mindset of any Iraqi, and push him to ask a question worth asking, which is: Can Al-Kazemi lead a country like Iraq that has a special situation and needs great experience to deal with it?
Certainly, this answer will be answered by the Shiite political blocs, which are the privileges in this equation, and which can pass Al-Kazemi whenever she wants, and drop it whenever she wants.
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