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Three presidencies call for calm, and Parliament Speaker: We do not need to vote on the resignation

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Post by rocky Tue 14 Jun 2022, 8:07 am


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Amman - Al-Zaman - Baghdad - Abdul Hussein Ghazal
Baghdad woke up with the dust storm to political anxiety and an atmosphere of caution after the Sadrist movement withdrew from the operation political. while
The Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, confirmed on Monday from Amman that he flew directly to it after a political decision It has emerged in the Iraqi arena that the resignation of the representatives of the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr is effective, and he will succeed them. Who came after them in the number of votes in the elections.
Al-Halbousi, who was received by Jordan's King Abdullah II in Amman yesterday, said in a joint press conference With his Jordanian counterpart Abdul Karim Al-Daghmi, “The membership of any member of the House of Representatives directly ends.” Upon submission of resignation, death or participation in an executive act, and therefore (the resignation of the members of the bloc Sadriya) does not need a vote » the Iraqi parliament.
He explained that the parliament’s vote on the resignation of members of it is “limited to only three cases: the first is to appeal.” the validity of membership, the second, a serious breach of the rules of electoral conduct, and the third, the representative exceeded the permissible absence limit.” Noting that these cases do not apply to resignations.
In Baghdad, which will not recover from the shock of Sadr's sudden decision, the rest of the presidencies, represented by the President of the Republic, met Barham Salih, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zaidan, stressed the necessity of Reaching a real and realistic solution to the political crisis.
And the Supreme Judicial Council stated in a statement yesterday that  the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zeidan, received the President of the Republic.” The Republic, Barham Salih and Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and discussed with them the developments of the political scene and its repercussions on the economic and service reality for the country .”
The statement added, " The parties to the meeting agreed to invite all political forces to unite and unite the ranks. " To reach a real and realistic treatment of the political crisis in a way that guarantees the unity and interests of Iraq at all levels .”
The statement continued,  The meeting parties also called on all elites and media and cultural events to calm down and spread the spirit of love and societal solidarity among all sects and components of the Iraqi people .”
The coordinating framework also confirmed, on Monday, its respect for the decision to resign the Sadrist bloc from the House of Representatives, explaining that it is going ahead. In dialogues with political parties in order to form a government.
A statement by the framework stated that  the coordinating framework held its regular meeting to discuss the latest developments in the political arena Continuing with the necessary steps to address the political crisis and continuing dialogues with all political forces to complete the constitutional entitlements and form national service government .
He added, " The coordinating framework had hoped that it would go with all the political forces, but it respects the decision of the Sadrist bloc. " to resign from Parliament .
He stressed that he will continue to work with everyone to ensure broad participation and achieve the aspirations and hopes of the people for security, stability and livelihood Karim and enhances the role and position of Iraq in the region and the world .”
However, Iraqi analysts and politicians believe that the resignation of al-Sadr's representatives must be approved in the parliament.
Regarding the next step, Al-Halbousi said, "We will proceed with the legal procedures, and according to the electoral law and the mechanisms of electoral work, he will be compensated." Losers (those with the highest number of votes) in each electoral district instead of women And gentlemen from the Sadrist bloc, who unfortunately resigned.”
The Iraqi electoral law stipulates that, upon the resignation of a representative, the position of the resigned representative, the second largest, shall take over Number of votes in his circle.
"The next steps may go quickly," al-Halbousi said. We seek to form a government in which the political forces will bear responsibility for its outputs and management, and the assessment will remain before the people.”
On Sunday, deputies of the Sadrist bloc submitted their resignations at the request of al-Sadr, amid an ongoing political crisis since the early legislative elections In October 2021. Al-Sadr described the step as "a sacrifice on my part for the sake of the homeland and the people to rid them of an unknown fate." ‮ ‬
On Sunday, Al-Halbousi announced the acceptance of the resignations, saying in a tweet on Twitter, "We reluctantly accepted the requests Our brothers and sisters, the Sadrist bloc’s deputies, have resigned from the Iraqi parliament.”
The constitutional consequences of this step are not yet clear, but it is feared that it will lead to demonstrations and increase fears of violence A politician in a country where the majority of political parties own armed factions.
The early parliamentary elections in the fall of 2021 came as an attempt by the government to make concessions to the street, after illegal demonstrations The country witnessed unprecedented repression in 2019, and was subjected to severe repression, in which 600 people were killed.
Eight months after the legislative elections, which did not produce a clear majority, but the size of the parliament's bloc declined Pro-Iranian, the country's main political parties are still unable to agree on the next government.
Parliament also failed three times to elect a President of the Republic.
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