[size=52]The benches are preparing to replace the resigned seats in Parliament[/size]
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Baghdad: Muhannad Abdul-Wahhab and Omar Abdul-Latif
73 alternative representatives are preparing to fill the seats of the Sadrist bloc’s deputies who have resigned from parliament, and sources who “requested not to reveal their name” stated that the extraordinary parliament session scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, “will include the replacement of the deputies repeating the oath only, so that the number of parliament is completed after the Sadrist bloc deputies submit their resignations. last week".
While the coordination framework is preparing to declare itself the “largest bloc” in Parliament to proceed with the constitutional elections and elect the presidents of the republic and ministers, the last hours witnessed an intense political movement of the various forces and blocs in order to reach an understanding on the form and formation of the new government.
A member of the House of Representatives, Jassem Atwan Al-Moussawi, said in an interview: “The members were not officially informed of the axes of the extraordinary session tomorrow, Thursday,” noting that “the session will be held at the request of one of the representatives,” expecting that “the session will include the axis of the replacement deputies repeating the oath.” It is likely that “it will be issued within the hours of the agenda for Thursday’s session.”
And the House of Representatives had said in a statement broadcast late yesterday evening, Monday, that “the House of Representatives will hold an extraordinary session based on the provisions of Article 58 first of the Constitution, and at the request of a number of ladies and gentlemen members of the Council,” and indicated that “the session will be held on Thursday, June 23 at 11 am.
For her part, a member of the House of Representatives, Zahra Al-Bajari, said: “Thursday’s session will witness the swearing in of the constitutional oath of the replacement deputies for the Sadrist movement,” noting that “the coordinating framework will provide 123 signatures as the largest parliamentary bloc after taking the constitutional oath.”
She explained that "after the new deputies are sworn in, the coordinating framework will submit a request to the Presidency, accompanied by the signatures of its deputies, for the purpose of declaring itself the largest bloc, and therefore it will be tasked with naming the prime minister after the vote on the next president of the republic is taken."
In addition, the head of the Sabean-Mandaean Parliamentary Bloc, Osama Al-Badri, said in an interview: “The Independents Bloc’s position is firm and will not change; With the government of the national majority,” he said, ruling out the formation of a government soon, and expected “the emergence of a new blocking third in Parliament.”
For his part, the political analyst, Jassim Al-Ghurabi, said in an interview: "In light of the confused political situation and the complex political scene after the withdrawal of the Sadrist movement from the political process, there has become a big problem in the Iraqi political scene."
On the other hand, between the representative of the state of law, Thaer fearful, that “intensive dialogues are taking place in the political arena in order to reconcile the situation and agree to form the new government with the participation of all after an agreement is reached within the Kurdish House on a specific candidate for the presidency in order to vote on it in Parliament. “.
As for the deputy for the coordination framework, Muhammad Al-Baldawi, he stated that “the stage of choosing the president and the prime minister and forming the government is one of the most important stages, sensitivity and accuracy,” noting that “the next stage will be sensitive to the presence of internal and external parties that will stalk the failures,” and he explained that “the coordination framework will legitimize In quick dialogues with all political forces, without exception, in order to expedite the formation of the next government.”...Details
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