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    Political splits..a new "stumbling block" in the face of government formation

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    Post by Rocky Tue 24 May 2022, 5:19 am

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    The issue of withdrawals and schisms that took place in some local political forces and blocs raised several question marks behind their real causes and the results they would lead to on the scene, especially in light of the state of blockage and the stifling crisis experienced by the entire political process.

    At a time when an expert in the political affairs confirmed that these divisions and schisms stand behind many reasons, but as a whole they will lead to the weakness of these parties politically, electorally and popularly. It was the hope of a large segment of Iraqis, as it would increase the size of the political division, which is already divided.


    The observer of political affairs, Ali Al-Jawadi, pointed out that the state of dissent and siding with one political party over the other by some independents is an immature behavior that will destroy hope in the existence of a real opposition bloc, as a large segment of Iraqis had hoped, and will increase the size of the political division that is already divided. .






    Al-Jawadi said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The presence of more than forty independent deputies in the parliament in the current session represents a glimmer of hope in the presence of a real opposition that aims at the work of the government and other blocs, but as soon as the political movement began and the conflict between the large blocs intensified until the independents became a target for those blocks to favor one over the other.

    He continued, "In the past days, and before the first session of Parliament, we began to see that the number of independents began to be reduced little by little, after we found that many political parties involved personalities in the elections independently as a kind of maneuver. Therefore, when the conflict intensified, a number of independents took off the mask of independence and took sides. To the party they belong to mainly or to sided with a party on sectarian grounds or for other reasons and interests.
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    Al-Jawadi added, "This immature political behavior, unfortunately, will destroy hope in the existence of a real opposition bloc, as a large segment of Iraqis had hoped, and will increase the size of the political division that is already divided."

    The observer for political affairs, Ali Al-Jawadi, pointed out that "the state of dissent within the independent forces began with the first session, which is the session of electing the Speaker of Parliament, where their attendance was varied, although we heard from them at the time of the election campaigns that they would not vote for so-and-so and they would take the neutral path, but they have not succeeded since the session. The first to take the path of neutrality."

    He explained, "Unfortunately, most of the independents were not impartial and were accused of bias and voting for a certain party and some political figures experienced in previous sessions, and what happened in the first session of nominations made on the basis of my quotas, even though they had previously announced that they were against political quotas. Therefore, we do not know how the tested figures were voted. It was better for them to attend the sessions and present an independent candidate even if he did not win, but in order to give the impression to their supporters that they do not support any previously tested political party or a previously tried figure or the political quotas for which they declared their hostility.

    Al-Jawadi added, "These unsuccessful steps gave a negative impression and messages to their supporters and their masses, which made some accuse them of co-opting a party or position, and led to the shaking of the street's confidence in them," explaining that "some of the independents wanted to save face and went out to declare their independence and not affiliation with any party." political".



    In turn, the political expert, [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/3237187421/%D8%AD%D8%B3%D9%86 %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AD%D8%A7%D8%AC/ar/]Hassan Al-Hajj[/url], said that the scene of defections or withdrawals that occur within some parties and political forces are behind many reasons, but they all lead to the weakening of those parties or blocs politically, popularly and electorally.

    Al-Hajj said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The splits within political parties or blocs fall within several paths, the first of which is the control of loyalists to one party at the expense of the other, the absence of democracy, the exclusivity of decision-making, the sharing of positions and the isolation of others, which leads to fragmentation and schisms within the blocs," noting that "the splits and withdrawals We finally touched it within an extension movement, in addition to other divisions and withdrawals in various forms within other blocs."

    Al-Hajj added, "The method of treason and exclusivity in decisions was one of the reasons for political dissent, in addition to internal objections as a result of attempts to hijack a particular party or achieve personal gains under the title of the party or bloc, or the attempt to impose some people's control over the decision and marginalize others, which leads to the ire of the rest of the members and push them." to announce the withdrawal or defection in objection to this matter."

    He continued, "Personal, factional and partisan interests and the sharing of positions are not far from the causes of some splits," stressing that "these splits will have a negative impact within those blocs and weaken their entity and their negotiating ability politically, popularly and electorally, and [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] the political scene in general later."


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