[size=36]Deputy: The initiative of the independents supports the formation of a majority government, and we will not go to consensus[/size]
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MP Al-Sabri said, "Independent deputies and emerging forces have gathered today in the nucleus of a bloc that will invite the rest of the political forces to join with it to form the most numerous bloc."
He added, "This bloc, and let's be frank, currently includes Shiite representatives before allying with other blocs, and there is a prevailing custom that the position of prime minister is for the Shiite component, and there must be a large Shiite bloc, from which the selection of the candidate for this position begins."
He pointed out that "independent deputies and emerging forces represent approximately 50 deputies, while other forces represent more than 270 deputies, and naming a candidate for the position requires the application of special criteria that emphasize competence and integrity and not be controversial."
He stressed that "the bloc emanating from the independents can open up to the rest of the blocs, such as the Sadrist bloc, the coordination framework and the rest of the winning blocs.
And regarding what the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, announced about the position of switching to the national opposition for a period of no less than 30 days, Al-Sabri said, “Mr. The independents went in the same direction, the opposition will be strong, with the participation of the Sadrists and the independents.
The initiative of the independent representatives announced today included "emphasizing the need to achieve the constitutional benefits in all its stages, including the formation of the government, and called on the other blocs to unite with the independents to form the most numerous bloc."
She demanded that the Prime Minister be independent, impartial and efficient, and that the parliamentary blocs supporting the formation of the government pledge to create the reasons for the effective opposition and to ensure complete separation between the work of the political majority and the opposition, while noting that the selection of the President of the Republic is in accordance with the principles and conditions mentioned by the Iraqi constitution.