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    Victory Coalition: Nouri al-Maliki's name was proposed to head the next government

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    Post by Rocky Tue 05 Jul 2022, 7:07 am

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    A spokeswoman for the Victory Coalition, Ayat Muzaffar, revealed the details of the meeting held by the coordination framework on Monday, noting that the meeting discussed bringing the Kurdish views closer to resolving the crisis of choosing a president of the republic, and the name of the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, was not raised to head the next government.
    The coordination framework also held its regular meeting yesterday evening, Monday (4 July 2022), in the presence of all the leaders and heads of the political blocs affiliated with it. Recently related to the ongoing dialogues with the political forces, preparing the government program that meets the aspirations of the Iraqi people, defining criteria and mechanisms for selecting the prime minister and ministers in proportion to the importance and sensitivity of the stage, and setting decisive times for that.
    The attendees stressed “the importance of stabilizing the political process through the formation of a harmonious government capable of meeting the demands of all Iraqis without exception,” calling on “the Kurdish forces to unify their efforts and work to resolve the presidential candidate for the purpose of completing the rest of the constitutional entitlements,” according to a statement issued after the meeting.
    On March 26 and 30, the Iraqi Council of Representatives held two parliamentary sessions to elect a new President of the Republic of Iraq from among 40 candidates for the position, but the boycott of some political blocs and parties, including the coordination framework for the session, led to the adjournment of the parliamentary session due to the lack of a quorum to hold it.
    In this regard, Ayat Muzaffar told Rudaw Media Network on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, regarding the position of the Al-Nasr coalition regarding the nomination of Nuri al-Maliki for prime minister, that “in general, the nomination is an explicit constitutional right for every personality, but as an official nomination for Nuri al-Maliki, his name was not presented in the last framework meeting.” .
    She added that "what was circulated in the last coordination framework meeting was regarding the Kurdish-Kurdish agreement and bringing the Kurdish views closer to resolving this crisis by choosing a president of the republic."
    The coordination framework differs with the Sadrist movement on the form of the new government in Iraq, where the Sadrist movement called for the formation of a national majority government, while the leaders of the coordination framework insist on forming a consensus government, in which everyone participates, similar to the previous Iraqi governments that took over the affairs of the country after 2003.
    A spokeswoman for the Victory Coalition noted that “the criteria for the prime minister’s personality were discussed and presented, a capable and competent figure who has the ability to achieve an economic renaissance, provide job opportunities, is non-controversial, and is reliable for internal political forces, especially for those outside the political authority. This is what was done. Discussing it frankly, a set of criteria,” noting that “these criteria will be dropped after the Eid holiday on the names and the selection will be made.”
    Regarding the victory coalition’s approval of al-Maliki’s name as a candidate for prime minister, al-Mudhaffar said that “for the victory coalition for every recent incident, if the criteria are applied to this character and acceptance is achieved with the internal and external levels, we will have a positive attitude.”
    Several months after the Iraqi parliamentary elections were held on October 10, 2021, the winning parties in the elections did not reach an agreement to elect a new president of the republic and form the new Iraqi federal government, which led to the continuation of the “political blockage” despite the announcement of more than Ten initiatives to form a government so far, none of which have yielded any tangible results.
    It is noteworthy that achieving the quorum in the House of Representatives, which is required to hold a session to elect the President of the Republic, which is set at 220 deputies out of 329, was not achieved, in light of the political differences and tension, which threaten to dissolve Parliament and go towards early elections if the failure of the election of the new President of the Republic is repeated, while The leader of the Sadrist movement took a decision to resign all of the 73 deputies, as the Sadrist movement submitted their resignations to Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, and then the latter approved them, after which the replacement representatives took the constitutional oath.
    Iraqis fear the continuation of the political impasse that hinders the formation of state institutions, which are responsible for the advancement of the country, which suffers from security, economic and political turmoil.
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