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What are the alternatives to the political process in Iraq to get out of the quotas?

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What are the alternatives to the political process in Iraq to get out of the quotas? Empty What are the alternatives to the political process in Iraq to get out of the quotas?

Post by rocky Sat 14 May 2022, 5:50 am

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[size=52]What are the alternatives to the political process in Iraq to get out of the quotas?[/size]

[size=45]Voices calling for the system of government to be changed from a parliamentary system to a semi-presidential or presidential system[/size]
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[size=45]The political crises in Iraq have hindered the country's progress (AFP)[/size]


[size=45]The crisis experienced by the existing political system in  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] since 2003 has created  an unprecedented stagnation that  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] has not witnessed  for a long time, despite the difficulties that successive governments were forming after changing the presidential system to a parliamentary one, where differences are likely between a political majority government and a consensual government in which everyone participates. It has been the norm since the establishment of the system, where ministries and positions are distributed according to the quotas followed since 2003, and with these crises some voices come out calling for changing the system from a parliamentary to a semi-presidential or presidential system in an alternative solution to get out of the crises caused by the election results and the mechanism of forming governments.[/size]
[size=45]Fears of “dictatorship” and ethnicity[/size]
[size=45]What are the alternatives to the political process in Iraq to get out of quotas and [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] ? Political researcher Nabil Jabbar Al-Ali replied, “It is very unlikely that the presidential system will be compatible with the current Iraqi reality, in other words, it is impossible for the political forces to agree to establish a presidential system in Iraq for reasons related to fears of a return to dictatorship, or fears related to the marginalization of racial or ethnic groups from playing roles The main power in power and the exclusion of others, or to be invested by social minorities and dominate the authorities, and the veto of rejection may be from the Shiite political component in the main.”[/size]
[size=45]As for the semi-presidential system, according to Al-Ali, “despite some demands to change the system of government in Iraq to a semi-presidential system, in which the prime minister is elected by direct election, and the Iraqi parliament is elected to be a legislative and oversight body, the aim of which is to ensure the smooth formation of governments, far from deals and bargains, However, this system is likely to contribute to the exclusion of social minorities in favor of the largest social majority, i.e. the Shiite domination of the executive authority by virtue of their representation of the majority. It is obvious that calls for changing the system to another semi-presidential system will face rejection by the Sunni and Kurdish political components.[/size]
[size=45]And he added, “The optimal solution or system may first lie in the expansion of the implementation of federations and decentralization, and it may not be important for the system to remain in its current parliamentary form or to transform it into other models of government such as presidential or semi-presidential, or for the state to return to the era of monarchy with a parliamentary system that legitimizes and forms The government, the task of the throne is to ensure the separation of powers, guarantee liberties, and protect the constitution.”[/size]
[size=45]Politicians are the cause of every crisis[/size]
[size=45]In turn, political researcher Salih Lafta reveals that “there are no major problems in Iraqi laws, and there is no need to search for alternatives if the Iraqi constitution is actually adhered to, and the constitution is not violated for any reason, and silence about those who violate it.” He continued, "The political blockage in Iraq could have been bypassed, and we did not reach it if the largest bloc was committed and its candidate was assigned."[/size]
[size=45]Salih believes that “quotas would be easy to eliminate if the parties that adopt sectarian slogans are criminalized and the personalities who speak sectarian and regional slogans are held accountable. Sometimes people try to escape from their problems to bigger problems, thinking that the solution is in what they promote. Otherwise, what did the Iraqis gain from the presidential system other than that? Wars, destruction, mass graves, dark memories that cannot be forgotten, and there are no guarantees that these tragedies will not be repeated after great powers are concentrated in the hands of the president with huge funds, a strong army and a large country.[/size]
[size=45]He expressed his belief that "the semi-presidential system is worse than the parliamentary and presidential systems. Whoever wants this good for Iraq, whether citizens or politicians, must demand adherence to the constitution and make it the final solution to problems and not leave it in the hands of politicians, they hire it for their interests, and whenever they intersect with it, they demand its amendment."[/size]
[size=45]He stressed, "Politicians are the cause of the political blockage due to personal interests and leadership struggles, and they are the cause of every crisis, and when everyone gets what they want, you will see that they left differences behind their backs, and the solution emerged quickly."[/size]
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