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Aladdin: The Coordination Framework Is Capable Of Paralyzing Parliament And Disrupting The Two Presi

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[size=38]Aladdin: The Coordination Framework Is Capable Of Paralyzing Parliament And Disrupting The Two Presidencies
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]A handout picture released by Iraq's Prime Minister's Media Office on January 9, 2022 shows Iraqi lawmakers attending the inaugural session of the parliament in Baghdad, three months after elections. - Iraq's new parliament held its inaugural session Sunday, after elections won by Muslim firebrand cleric Moqtada Sadr, the likely kingmaker of the next government. (Photo by IRAQI PRIME MINISTER'S PRESS OFFICE / AFP) / === RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / IRAQI PRIME MINISTER'S PRESS OFFICE" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTIS = - DISTRISING CAMLIENT=

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The head of the Iraqi Consultative Council, Farhad Alaeddin, confirmed, on Sunday, that the coordinating framework is capable of paralyzing the House of Representatives and disrupting the election of the presidency and the formation of the next government due to its parliamentary weight.
Aladdin said, in a statement reported by the Saudi newspaper, Asharq Al-Awsat, that "the House of Representatives will not vote on electing the President of the Republic without the presence of two-thirds of the number of members of the House of Representatives, which consists of 329 members, and this is the blocking third." According to this vision, if the majority of al-Sadr - al-Halbousi - Barzani remains in place during the session to elect the next president of the republic, who is the candidate of Barzani's party (Hoshyar Zebari), he needs not only to vote in the first round on two-thirds of the number of parliament members; Rather, the number of attendance during the opening of the session must be two-thirds of the number of parliament members.”
He added, "If two-thirds of the deputies attended and voting began in the first round, and one of the candidates did not get two-thirds of the votes, the two losing candidates will be excluded, and only two of the candidates with the highest votes will remain; In the second round, whoever gets the simple majority wins, even if it is by one vote.”
Aladdin clarified that “the blocking third will remain attached to Parliament; As out of the total number of deputies, there are about 75 deputies representing the coordination framework, which means that the remainder of the number of deputies will not exceed 250 deputies, and in the event that 29 deputies from other blocs and independents are absent, there will be a two-thirds quorum in Parliament, and the vote will not take place. finished/25
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