[size=38]Because Of The “Majority Government” .. The Framework Threatens To Boycott The Political Process[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]LAST UPDATE 01/27/2022 | 2:50 PM
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The coordination framework forces considered, Thursday, that the insistence of some parties on the position of prime minister in the majority government will make Iraq face a major obstacle, while noting that the framework will go to the opposition or boycott the political process if some political parties insist on a majority government.
Member of the framework, Wael Al-Rikabi, told "Al-Maalouma" agency, "The complexity of the political decision as it is now raised by those who believe that they succeeded in winning the results of the first session will make it difficult to form the Iraqi government," noting that "the framework is committed to and believes in the decision of the Federal Court about the events of the first session." “.
He added, "The political negotiation process is not concerned with the court's last decision, but will lead to it being compatible and consistent with the decision of the eligibility of the first session," stressing the political blocs "the need to find consensus and go to political action and start forming a national government to serve the interests of the Iraqi people."
A member of the coordination framework explained, "The Kurdish parties' struggles over the presidency of the republic and the insistence of some parties on the position of prime minister and the formation of a majority government will make Iraq face a big problem," noting that "if there are intentions to break up the framework or form a government in isolation from it, we will turn to the opposition." or boycotting the political process. Done/25 SR