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Sulaymaniyah: Muhammad al-Baghdadi
Observers and politicians see the continued stalemate and deadlocks in many internal political discussions as a conflict with uncalculated consequences, especially with regard to the recent dispute over the position of President of the Republic.
The leader of the Kurdistan Islamic Movement Dara Muhammad Amin says: "The current situation in Iraq suffers from major problems, the most important of which is clinging to power and confusing the means and the end." Amin added in a statement that “acquisition of positions has become a primary goal instead of achieving the welfare of the people, and this is negatively reflected on the components after the dispute due to political confusion, utilitarianism and the monopoly of chairs, especially the struggle between the Patriotic and the Kurdistan Democratic Party over the presidency of the Republic, which has reached the bone-breaking stage, as well. The Shiite conflict between the framework and the movement over the position of prime minister, and the rest of the positions and the strange mixture in the type of alliances,” he said. With the continuation of the political impasse and its impact on the formation of the next government, the leader of the Iraqi Communist Party, Ali Mahdi, told Al-Sabah: “The state of obstruction regarding the election of the President of the Republic, and the approaching end of the period of time set by the constitution for his survival, coincided with his election as appointing the candidate of the most numerous parliamentary bloc to form the Council of Ministers.” Along with some symbolic authorities, but this period is not absolute, as it has been linked to the term of the House of Representatives, which has the power to elect it. While the legal expert, Ali Al-Tamimi, said in a statement that "this decision changed the constitutional time ceilings because the Federal Court is superior, supreme, irreversible and obligatory for all authorities."
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