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    Barzani's party presents a new candidate, and "Al-Ittihad" threatens to sue him

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    Barzani's party presents a new candidate, and "Al-Ittihad" threatens to sue him Empty Barzani's party presents a new candidate, and "Al-Ittihad" threatens to sue him

    Post by Rocky Thu 17 Feb 2022, 5:25 am

    [size=52]Barzani's party presents a new candidate, and "Al-Ittihad" threatens to sue him[/size]


    [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Journalist  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  [/size]
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    [size=45]The number of candidates for the post increased from 24 to 60 after the decision to reopen the door for candidacy for the Iraqi presidency (AFP)[/size]


    [size=45]The rhetoric escalated between the two main Kurdish parties, "the Kurdistan Democratic Party" and "the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan", at the height of their fierce struggle for the presidency of the republic, with the "Democratic" party led by  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] putting forward the name of a new candidate for the presidency of the republic, to announce the "National Union". Led by Bafel  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , seeking to challenge this candidate before the Federal Court, in light of the exchange of accusations between leaders and representatives of the two parties, and the warnings against practicing the policy of “twisting arms”, “treason” and “bullying by an external party.”
    It was the presidency of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]It reopened the door for candidacy for the presidency despite the end of the constitutional period, after most blocs boycotted the current session of February 7, which was devoted to electing the president, against the background of a decision by the Federal Court to exclude the "Democratic" party candidate Hoshyar Zebari for previous accusations related to his involvement in “Corruption,” and his biography contradicts his “good conduct” when he was Minister of Finance in 2016, with the decision of the current president, Barham Salih, of the Union Party, to continue in his duties until a new president is elected.
    The number of candidates for the position increased from 24 to 60 after the decision to reopen the candidacy door, without announcing a date for the presidential election session, according to the House Rapporteur, Baida Khader.[/size]
    [size=45]new filter[/size]
    [size=45]In the midst of this confusion, Barzani’s party quickly chose a new candidate after a meeting between its leaders, and the announcement came in a statement by the party’s spokesman, Mahmoud Muhammad, who confirmed that the selection had taken place on “the nomination of Reber Ahmed Khaled, Minister of Interior in the Kurdistan government,” noting that “the decision It came in order to continue the constitutional steps of the political process in the country, against the background of the obstacles that were placed before the process of electing the president.”
    Ahmed Khaled, born in 1968, holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering and a master’s degree in national security, and he is the only survivor of his family who was killed in the “Anfal” campaign launched by the former regime against the Kurds in the eighties of the last century, and he held important positions in the Kurdish government, and he is currently holding position of Minister of the Interior.
    The President of the Region, Nechirvan Barzani, who is the deputy leader of the "Democratic Party", warned that "the success of the Kurds depends on the unity of the ranks in order to protect and promote gains, not positions, and all Kurdish forces must continue the struggle to achieve the goals for which we sacrificed and for our constitutional rights despite the differences." .[/size]
    [size=45]Dialogues fail[/size]
    [size=45]Both Talabani and Barzani failed in their last meeting for the second time to reach a “consensual” candidate, with each party insisting on his eligibility for the position, unlike the political custom that has prevailed since the first elections in 2005. According to an agreement entered into by the two parties at the time.
    Attention is drawn to the position of the Federal Court regarding the legality of reopening the door for candidacy by the parliament presidency, which caused a sharp division in opinions between those who considered it a constitutional step “for not holding the voting session for the election of the president after the removal of Zebari,” and another who saw it as “contrary to the constitution,” after overtaking The three-day period specified for candidacy, and the 30-day period specified for electing the president as a maximum from the date of the first session of Parliament.
    Against the background of this race, the leader of the “Union” Bafel Talabani hastened to hold direct talks in Baghdad with the leaders of the “coordinating framework” forces, which includes most of the Shiite forces with the exception of the Sadrist movement, to agree on understandings that lead to attracting votes in favor of the party’s candidate for the presidency and the position of Kirkuk governor, and after That entitlement to elect the Prime Minister.
    The crisis between the two parties is not limited to the presidency, as the position of Kirkuk governor was often in dispute, especially since the Kurds call the oil-rich province “Quds of Kurdistan,” and demand its inclusion in the region.
    And the leader of the Democratic Party, Hemin Hawrami, announced that "Ahmed Khaled's nomination for the position came by a decision of party leader Massoud Barzani personally." Representatives of the party bloc also described the decision to reopen the nomination door as “legal”, as a result of Parliament’s failure to elect the president after exceeding the thirty-day period, and in the event the Federal Court contested the constitutionality of the step, they see that “this will include the exclusion of the current President of the Republic (Barham Salih) from His position as well.” They also ruled out voting “in any way for the Union Party candidate.”[/size]
    [size=45]Accusations of "treason"[/size]
    [size=45]Barzani's party officials issued strongly worded statements to the party's media against what they described as "the union's scheme that will not pass without a heavy response." The leader, Baland Ismail, said that "what happened against Zebari was a big scheme." He added, "The Union Party must understand that it will not win the presidency without Barzani's approval, and history says that any scheme against our party will not pass without its perpetrator paying a heavy price."
    The leader of the "Democratic" Party, Ali Awni, confirmed that "the decision to expel Zebari was political. How is his candidacy accepted and then challenged? Unfortunately, the Union once again stabbed the back of the Kurds with the dagger of betrayal, and our party is at the forefront. This dagger in their hands is not for them but for others,” accusing the Union of “bullying by an external party,” in reference to Iran. He said, "They were sure that they would fail in the competition, so they deliberately aggravated the situation, by not holding the parliament session and President Saleh remaining in office. Our party will not stop, the game is not over, and it has options."
    Barzani's party is counting on his alliance with the "Sadr movement" and the "Progress" alliance led by Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi.
    On the other hand, the prominent member of the "Union" Anwar Hussein, stated that the commander of the Iranian "Quds Force" Ismail Qaani "presented, in his recent visit to Erbil and Sulaymaniyah, offers to bargain with the two parties the Union and the Democratic Party in exchange for them not becoming a supportive party to any party in the existing differences between Shiite forces “. And he wrote on his account on “Facebook” that “Qaani, in return for these offers, pledged to the Democrats to solve the problem of the region’s share of the budget in Baghdad, and that the latter would continue to pay the 200 billion dinars that it sends monthly to the Erbil government, and also pledged to the Union that Barham Salih’s term as president would be renewed. of the Republic.” Hussein stressed that "Qaani also promised to resolve the Kurdish disputes with the Arab and Turkmen parties in the Kirkuk governorate."[/size]
    [size=45]lawsuits and corruption[/size]
    [size=45]Union representative Hauri Mulla Star, for his part, revealed that the Democratic candidate, Reber Ahmed Khaled, “is facing a lawsuit, so his fate will be the same as the names of the previous candidates put forward by the Democrat,” at a time when the Union representative in the regional parliament, Karwan Kazni, announced That Ahmed Khaled “is accused of abusing his position as Minister of the Interior in the region for personal interests, and that the lawsuit that I filed against him with the Public Prosecutor in the region has not been resolved now as a result of political pressure, and in the event that the Public Prosecution repudiates, I will sue him at the Federal Court.”
    Kazni stressed that "the lawsuit filed against the Democratic candidate relates to corruption charges, when he seized a financial grant from the United Nations that was intended to establish a national humanitarian organization in the name of the Red Crescent, and transferred the funds to Barzani's charitable organization, which is in its content a partisan institution."[/size]
    [size=45]Calls for calm[/size]
    [size=45]For his part, Union representative Abbas Fattah said in a statement, “If we look from a narrow partisan standpoint at the decision to expel a rival candidate (in reference to Zebari), this will undoubtedly be welcome. To be denounced by the Kurds, as it is the second time that a Kurdish politician has been excluded before the Iraqis and the world. Undoubtedly, this pleases the peoples and countries around us when they witness this division between the influential Kurdish forces,” blaming Barzani’s party the largest share of the responsibility, “because it offended the reputation of one of its leaders, and this is their affair, as well as offended the Kurds, which is the affair of all of us. We hope that this will not be repeated. for the third time".
    The leader of the Democratic Party, Akram Salih, stressed that his party's differences with the Union "do not mean a break in communications between us, there is a dispute and dialogue, and in the end we must reach a solution." He stressed, in a statement to the Kurdish section of "Voice of America" ​​radio station, "the presence of external interference, while the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, is trying to strengthen the Iraqis' authority over their country, but it seems that he will not succeed completely."[/size]
    [size=45]legal obstacles[/size]
    [size=45]A section of legal observers and jurists go to say that the steps for Ahmed Khaled’s candidacy will be encountered by legal obstacles, with the possibility of the court approving the appeals submitted about reopening the nomination by the Presidency of the Parliament due to exceeding the legal period for the nomination, while others believe that the constitutional article related to the election of the president “is devoid of any Any indication of alternative procedures in the event of his failure to be elected within the specified deadline,” which raised questions and debates about the “gaps and problems” facing the Iraqi constitution.
    According to the interpretation recently issued by the Federal Court regarding the presidential election session, its holding requires the presence of two-thirds of the 329 members of Parliament, with two-thirds agreeing to pass the name of any of the candidates, to finally put forth the term “blocking third”, which also sparked controversy among the forces Iraqi politics.[/size]
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