The Wisdom Movement resolves the controversy over the dissolution of Parliament and early elections
Shafaq News/ The Wisdom Movement led by Ammar al-Hakim resolved on Tuesday the controversy over dissolving the current parliament and going towards early elections, and while he indicated that the coordinating framework would present a set of criteria for choosing the next prime minister, he stressed that he would not be in its booth.
The leader of the movement, Rahim Al-Aboudi, told Shafaq News, "The Al-Hikma Movement will not participate in the next government, and we will study the options presented to choose its head, as the next stage does not bear strong barriers to forming a government."
Regarding the option of holding early elections, he explained that “the proposal for early elections is not agreed upon, and that holding early elections requires more than a year and a half at least,” noting that “the results of the elections that took place on the tenth of last October It created a political imbalance."
And regarding the meeting of the leaders of the coordination framework yesterday, Monday, Al-Aboudi said that "the meetings of the forces of the coordination framework revolve around developing a road map to draw the details of the political process in the country, given that the Shiite framework is open and seeks to achieve inter-understandings within the components of the political process (the Sunni house and the Kurdish house).” .
He pointed out that "the framework will announce or present a set of criteria for choosing or naming the next prime minister, and so far he has not specified a specific name for the prime minister, and what is happening about that are only dialogues. It is hoped that the coming days will reveal the features of the prime ministerial candidate who will definitely not be a leader." The first row for any of the Shiite political forces participating in the government."
The leader of the Al-Hikma Movement stressed that "the forces of the Shiite framework are understanding and strong and have convictions that work according to them, which inevitably serves the interest of the country."
On the role of the framework in the Kurdish understandings, Al-Aboudi said that "the framework worked seriously to activate dialogue and understanding between the two main parties (the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan) and so far there is no agreement between the two parties on the personality of the President of the Republic, but there is insistence from the Union Party to pass its candidate. Barham Salih, who enjoys the acceptability of the framework forces.
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