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From the demonstration grounds to the Fifth Parliament... 3 years full of radical changes

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Parliament - From the demonstration grounds to the Fifth Parliament... 3 years full of radical changes Empty From the demonstration grounds to the Fifth Parliament... 3 years full of radical changes

Post by rocky Fri 21 Jan 2022, 6:16 am

[size=52]From the demonstration grounds to the Fifth Parliament... 3 years full of radical changes[/size]

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The European "Modern Diplomatic" website sheds light on the past three years in Iraq, which were marked by prominent events since the start of the "Tishreen" protests in 2019, leading to the election of Muhammad al-Halbousi as speaker of the Iraqi parliament, for a new term and the possibility of electing a new president in the next few days.[/size]
[size=45]October movement[/size]
[size=45]According to the European report, translated by Shafak News Agency, Iraqi politicians in 2019 did not realize the size of the gap between the demands of the demonstrators, which have accumulated for more than 17 years, and the isolation of politicians from people's needs.[/size]
[size=45]The protests, which began as small waves in different regions, quickly expanded like a “rolling snowball in many provinces.” The report pointed out that “social networking sites and influencers had a great influence in uniting the people against the government and strengthening the protest movement.”[/size]
[size=45]The protest movement, which witnessed “ups and downs in its pressure on the political authority,” was the demands of the demonstrators related to “the recovery of looted rights, economic reform, creating job opportunities, changing the authority and overthrowing the government of former Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.”[/size]
[size=45]new stage[/size]
[size=45]However, the European report considered that the history of Iraq entered a new stage, after clashes erupted between demonstrators and security forces in Tahrir Square, “the icon of the protest movement in Baghdad,” and many provinces in the south, where tear gas and bullets were used to force the demonstrators to retreat and disperse them where they fell. A large number of them were killed or injured as a result of the violence against them.[/size]
[size=45]The report noted that the strong pressure from the protest movement and the fall of many martyrs, “came to fruition when the House of Representatives moved to respond to the demands of the demonstrators by changing the electoral law. On December 24, 2019, Parliament approved changing the election law ( Saint Lego) the unjust, and the adoption of the open constituencies law that divided Iraq into 83 electoral districts.[/size]
[size=45]In addition, the violent demonstrations led to the collapse of the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi, who was forced to resign in late 2019, and while politicians nominated many political names to succeed Abdul-Mahdi, the demonstrators rejected them because the candidates were associated with different political parties, until Mustafa was nominated Al-Kazemi, who ran the intelligence, had no political party, and was known for his ambiguity and far from the media spotlight.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Kazemi's rule[/size]
[size=45]Soon, Al-Kazemi pledged to the demonstrators to organize early elections scheduled for June 10, 2021, but many politicians tried to postpone or cancel the early elections, until they were postponed under their pressure and fixed for October 10 of the same year.[/size]
[size=45]arabic depth[/size]
[size=45]In a parallel context, the report also reviewed some prominent events in the past three Iraqi years, noting that during Al-Kazemi's presidency of the government, "new channels were opened with Arab countries to enhance cooperation, and many summits were held to support Iraq in the next stage."[/size]
[size=45]The defeat of the political “elites”[/size]
[size=45]After the elections were held on time despite attempts to postpone them, the European report pointed out that “many (Octobers) and influential figures sought to encourage citizens not to participate in the elections, and that the election day witnessed a low turnout, as people were convinced by these calls and that change is not possible. Despite the existence of a new electoral law.[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that after the Iraqi Electoral Commission announced the results of the poll, "it was subjected to many condemnations and accusations of fraud and manipulation of results, following the heavy defeat of many leaders of the political elite."[/size]
[size=45]new struggle[/size]
[size=45]The report considered that “the results of the elections gave a new start through new leaders who were supporting the October revolution,” noting at the same time, “a new conflict began between the losers and the new winners, and that many independent people won the elections, and that this conflict It will deepen the rift between losers and winners.[/size]
[size=45]And he indicated that “all the allegations raised regarding electoral fraud did not lead to a change in the political situation,” as the final results of the elections were announced, and the date of the first session of Parliament was set to nominate and elect a new speaker for the Iraqi Council of Representatives.[/size]
[size=45]chest and frame[/size]
[size=45]The European “Modern Diplomatic” report stated that one of the repercussions of the election results was that the Sadrist movement won 73 seats, overthrew its Shiite rivals and forced the losers of them to form an alliance (the Coordination Framework), while the Alliance of Progress led by Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi ranked second in the elections. With 37 seats, which facilitated his re-election for a new presidential term in the House of Representatives, while the movement to elect a new President of the Republic continues, it is likely that he will be resolved in the coming days.[/size]
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