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    Post by Rocky Sun 27 Feb 2022, 5:51 am

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    [size=52]The Iraqi parliament is preoccupied with the dollar until an agreement is reached on the position of the President of the Republic[/size]

    A meeting between Al-Sadr, Barzani and Al-Halbousi awaits the ruling of the "Federal Union" regarding the reopening of the candidacy door
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    One of the previous sessions of the Iraqi parliament (the presidency of the Iraqi government)

    [size=45]The Iraqi parliament announced the agenda of its session for tomorrow, Monday. In contrast to its first session, in which all the major forces represented in Parliament, including the bloc of the Speaker and his two deputies, announced their boycott, it included a paragraph “electing the president of the republic.” That paragraph was nothing more than an enforced drop. On the day following the session, which was attended only by the 58 independent and opposition deputies, the Presidency of Parliament announced the opening of the nomination for the post of President of the Republic for a period of three days.[/size]
    [size=45]The three-day deadline was enough for the Kurdistan Democratic Party to present a new candidate for the presidency after the Federal Supreme Court dismissed its candidate for the post, former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Finance Hoshyar Zebari. Nevertheless, a number of other Iraqi citizens who are allowed by the constitution to run for the post of President of the Republic, who by convention go to the Kurdish component, ran for the post-2003 quota system.[/size]
    [size=45]While the number of candidates before the opening of the nomination door was 25 candidates, led by the current president, Barham Salih (the candidate of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan) and Hoshyar Zebari (the Kurdistan Democratic candidate) before his expulsion by a sudden and shocking decision from the highest judicial body in the country, their number rose after the opening of the candidacy door again to 33 filter. Since the opening of the candidacy door, which opened the door for interpretations again, was for the sake of only one candidate, Reber Ahmed Barzani, Hoshyar Zebari's replacement, the challenge to the constitutionality of opening the candidacy again was on the table of the nine elderly Federal Court members.[/size]
    [size=45]It cannot be kept waiting, especially since the "Godeau" of the political process that crossed what was previously called the bottleneck to the "political blockage" is not expected to come soon. The Federal Court decided this matter as well, and the content of what was issued by it is that the President of the Republic remains in office until a new president is elected.[/size]
    [size=45]And the government that, once the work of Parliament ends, turns into a caretaker government that continues to function because the selection of the prime minister comes after the election of a president.[/size]
    [size=45]And in the context of what can be done in Parliament, as voices began to rise regarding Parliament’s delay regarding what is before it of the laws, services and control that people expect from the government, it opened its first battle with the caretaker government through the gateway to raising the dollar exchange rate. In this context, the session scheduled for tomorrow will be limited to discussing raising the dollar exchange rate, especially after the violent debate between Finance Minister Ali Allawi and the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament (a prominent leader in the Sadrist movement), Hakim al-Zamili. Allawi strongly rejected the request to be summoned by Al-Zamili to the parliament dome, following a tweet published by the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, in which he asked Parliament to discuss the issue of the dollar exchange rate. This action prompted Allawi to send a message to Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, declaring his refusal to attend the session, saying that “the state is not managed by tweets.”[/size]
    [size=45]This session comes one day before the Federal Supreme Court session to open the door for candidacy for the presidency. The tripartite alliance, which includes the Sadrist movement, the Alliance of Sovereignty and the Kurdistan Democratic Party, had postponed a summit meeting to be held in Erbil between Muqtada al-Sadr, Muhammad al-Halbousi and Masoud Barzani, pending the decisive decision that is scheduled to be taken by the Federal Court on Tuesday. In the event that the Triple Alliance is ruled in favor of the tripartite alliance by not opening the door for nomination as a procedural issue that does not contradict the constitution, the Triple Alliance will work to mobilize its candidate, Reber Ahmed Barzani, in the face of the National Union candidate supported by the Shiite “coordinating framework” Barham Salih. In the event that the Federal Court ruled that the opening of the candidacy door was unconstitutional, it would work to mobilize against the passing of the National Union candidate Saleh in favor of a consensual candidate from within the National Union.[/size]
    [size=45]Baghdad: «Asharq Al-Awsat»[/size]
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