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Political Blockage

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Post by rocky Wed 19 Jan 2022, 6:35 am

Political Blockage
01/19/2022
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Younis Al-Kaabi
, the term “political blockage” is frequently used these days, especially after the results of the last parliamentary elections were announced and approved by the Federal Supreme Court.
The term “political occlusion” means that the political system remains closed to a specific group of components only. Access to that system is linked to loyalty to the circles surrounding the group of authority and decision-makers. Or its number expanded, or decreased, its existence remains constant, and it cannot be bypassed to reach power.
In Iraq since 2003, we have reached this situation several times in an open struggle for centers of power, influence and power between the ruling parties, and sometimes reached armed conflict between the contenders for power. Therefore, these parties were placing obstacles in the way of the formation of successive governments, and setting conditions for participation in the government.
The political process almost reached failure after the events of 2019 after the demonstrations that swept across Iraq, including the capital, Baghdad, and the political blocs divided sharply among themselves, ending with the fall of the government of Mr. current government.
No one denies the regional and international role played by the United States and some neighboring countries in escalating the political crisis in Iraq, threatening the political process and reaching the stage of political stalemate. Cases of sharp division occurred within the ruling parties, which led some to go down with the demonstrators and support their demands, which complicated the political scene. more.
This concept leads us to another concept, which is “political decay”, which is the hypothesis presented by the American thinker Samuel Huntington in his book (The Political System in Changing Societies) and through which he explains the crises of the political system that are the result of the imbalance between the political structure and the trend towards modernization policies that want to move society from a traditional style to a modern style.
This thinker tries to say that the problems of political instability lead to a gradual undermining of the government’s authority, and the government becomes weak and ineffective and may lose its legitimacy as a result of the large number of protests and demonstrations, which leads to slow government performance accompanied by slow development of political institutions, which increases popular resentment against this government.
Many developing countries suffer from politically fragmented societies, and the institutions of power are weak, rigid and inflexible, and they do not exercise governance but rather authority.
The political gap occurs when the dynamic society movement faces the stagnation of the political system so that this system is unable to respond to the requirements of the younger generations or the largest part of the masses, and here this public feels frustrated for not participating in political life.
The features of this political decay in Iraq are represented by the protest and demand movements, offset by a bad reality, a powerless government, and a parliament governed by the leaders of the political blocs. The aspirations of society, therefore, we find that changing successive governments does not change anything from reality, but rather more chaos and devastation, and widens the circles of corruption and failure.
Therefore, we can say that the political system in Iraq is in a state of decay, but what prevents the collapse of this system is the absence of an alternative to this political system, as well as a regional and international desire for the survival of this current political system despite its contradictions

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