[size=52]Today.. Independents announce their initiative[/size]
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Baghdad: Muhannad Abd al-Wahhab
After the “majority” and “consensual” thesis put forward by the tripartite alliance and the coordination framework through their two initiatives failed to solve the intractable crisis for months, about 40 independent deputies are preparing to announce today, Saturday, the formation of their front and a new initiative, the first for them to solve the crisis and proceed with the formation of the government and benefits other.
Political analyst Dr. Talib Muhammad Karim said, in an interview: "After the failure of the two theses: the political majority and political consensus, the ball began to return again to playing the card of the independents group, and therefore the party that can attract the largest number of this group can proceed with its initiative and project."
He added, "A large part of those we describe as independents agree with the coordinating framework bloc or may have left its womb, and therefore cannot rely on the new option through the independents' paper, but there is another trend that may be very close to unraveling the political knot, which is that a large part of the The coordinating framework participates in the next government.”
And he indicated that "the part that will participate in the coordination framework in the new government synthesis, will preserve the rights of the minority from within the framework, and therefore those who did not participate will go to the opposition and their rights may be preserved as well, and perhaps this scenario will be the closest solution to the political reality that could be the subject of discussion."
In the meantime, independent MP Yasser Watout said, yesterday, Friday: “The Front will announce (today, Saturday) at 11 am in the House of Representatives its own initiative in response to the political initiatives put forward by the blocs,” adding that “the Front consists of 38 to 40 independent deputies.” Its name will be announced after the initiative is launched.” In turn, political analyst Hafez Al Bishara indicated, in an interview, that “so far, there is no positive development in the political situation that predicts the existence of a solution to the crisis, because the framework initiative was met by an initiative by the current, and the two initiatives contain contradictions, considering That the framework initiative gave a solution in which all parties are able to be present and influential, and participate in the formation of the government by everyone.”
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