[size=36]Parliamentary alliance: two constitutional options to end the political blockage[/size]
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The head of the Alliance for the Parliamentary People, Alaa Al-Rikabi, said that "there is a clear political blockage and a violation of all deadlines in completing the constitutional requirements, and the parliament failed to abide by its duties."
He added, "It was assumed, and for a maximum period of 30 days, after the first session of the House of Representatives, held on January 9, that the president of the republic would be elected.
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With regard to the deputies who are absent from the sessions, Al-Rikabi pointed out that “the articles of the internal system of the House of Representatives must be activated, which hold those absent from its sessions accountable,” noting that “the boycott method of some blocs for the sessions, which has been going on for 90 days, is no longer feasible and people’s interests must be looked at because we will enter the fifth month without a government and budget.” ".
Regarding the proposed solutions, he indicated that "there are constitutional solutions to end the paralysis, which is to set a date for the election session of the president of the republic after the feast at a parliamentary request. A second option."
He pointed out that "the reluctance of 60% of the people to participate in the elections, we pay the price for it today. If there was a wide participation, it would have allowed for a change to take place that would raise the number of independent representatives and make them able to participate in the decision. We believe that holding new elections falls within the ceiling of the constitution." Ended 29 / p. 87