Baghdad: Muhannad Abd al-Wahhab
Political analysts called on the political blocs to go for the national option and form a political majority government, warning at the same time that going to a consensus government according to the principle of (quotas) would create a new crisis by relying on a settlement or violation of the constitution and the law.
The researcher in political affairs, Amir Al-Saadi, said in an interview: “All the governments formed after 2003 were consensual governments as satisfactory processes between the political parties and giving dues to the extent of the impact of power cuts by those political parties, and they are not democratic rights that can be imposed in the form of the political process in The administration of state-building, so Iraq has so far not aroused the full capabilities of the people in building the Iraqi state, nor their political capabilities, and therefore we believe that it is more appropriate to go to the government of the political majority and not the consensual government.”
He added that “consensual governments succeeded in most countries of the world, but failed in Iraq, because they became a disease and a cure for the political process. That is, whenever a crisis occurred, the political parties and the political decision-maker went to consensus, and after accepting that, they created a new crisis in relying on a settlement or violation of the law or constitution, so the best option is to go to the political majority.”
And he indicated that "the scenario of preparing future coalitions to form the most numerous parliamentary bloc in the House of Representatives is still not fully mature, because the final word has not yet been heard from the Federal Court approving the results and the Independent High Electoral Commission has not announced those results, so some political parties are still The actor and winner of a number of seats from the Kurdish and Sunni parties is waiting for the results of the coalition for the Shiite house until it announces the largest parliamentary bloc according to Article 76 so that it goes with this or that political party to form the government and agree on the nature and balance of power according to electoral volumes.
For his part, political analyst Manaf al-Moussawi stated in a hadith that “the political process in Iraq needs a qualitative change in its infrastructure in the process of transition or transformation and the abolition of consensual governments (quotas) and thus going to a national majority government that provides us with (loyalty) and (opposition) blocs. )”.
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