Baghdad - INA
's "Under Two Lines" program, presented by my colleague Karim Hammadi via Al-Iraqiya News, hosted three MPs from different blocs to discuss the political impasse and ways to address it, titled "Political life in Iraq is suffocating.. Why?".
The spokesman for the State of Law coalition, MP Bahaa Al-Nouri, said during the program that was followed by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the coordinating framework is open to all political forces for negotiation," noting that "the recent elections produced a new problem, which is the differences within the single component."
He added, "The coordinating framework consists of 88 deputies," noting that "the initiative put forward by the coordinating framework consists of 4 paragraphs."
He pointed out that "the largest Shiite bloc is the one who chooses the prime minister," stressing that "the rights of the component must be preserved within Parliament."
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For his part, a member of the Sovereignty Alliance, MP Adnan Al-Juhaishi, said, during the program, that "House of Representatives Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi's latest tweet came as a reaction to the threats facing the western regions."
He stressed the political forces to think in the interest of the people and leave the differences, pointing out that "the results of the elections were shocking and surprising for most of the political forces."
He added, "The Federal Court should take its role in resolving the political crisis."
In addition, the head of the New Generation bloc, MP Sarwa Abdel Wahed, said, during the program, that "the struggle of political forces is for the sake of distributing positions," noting that "the political blockage is caused by the struggle over political gains."
She expressed her astonishment that the prime minister is a Shiite and the president of the republic is exclusively Kurdish, stressing that there is no text in the constitution that refers to that.
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