The Sadrist bloc won first place in the early elections with 73 out of 329 deputies, but withdrew from Parliament after it was unable to form a government
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The Shiite coordination framework during a previous meeting (communication sites)
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Iraqi politicians revealed the most prominent names for discussion within the Shiite forces affiliated with what is known as the "coordinating framework" to take over the presidency of the next government, provided that the matter is resolved after the Eid al-Adha holiday.
The "Mehr" news agency quoted Ali Hussein, a member of the "Al-Fateh" coalition, as saying on Wednesday that the most prominent names nominated and proposed among the "coordinating framework" forces for the position of prime minister are 3 personalities, namely Nuri al-Maliki, head of the State of Law coalition and former Prime Minister (2006-2014). ), Iraqi National Security Adviser Qassem al-Araji, and former Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani.
Hussein added that he is inclined "towards the Sudanese choice of prime minister, as he distinguishes between relations, work, the political situation, political parties and benefits, not to mention that he is a strong and non-controversial figure."
Meanwhile, the "Baghdad Today" news website quoted what it described as a "responsible source in the coordination framework" as saying that during its recent meetings, the framework "concluded agreement on 5 personalities, with consultations taking place in the second step on one of them assuming the premiership."
And he added, "These personalities are the current prime minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, Nouri Al-Maliki, Haider Al-Abadi (the prime minister between 2014 and 2018), Hadi Al-Amiri, and Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani."
He stated that "the official agreement on the name of the candidate will be after the end of the Eid al-Adha holiday and the resolution of the issue of electing the president of the republic."
The President of the Republic is elected by the representatives of Parliament, and the President is the one who assigns the largest number of parliamentary blocs to form the government.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Al-Baldawi denied putting forward any name for the prime minister and accused parties of promoting such rumors (Al-Jazeera)
NegationAnd on Tuesday, the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, MP Muhammad Al-Baldawi, denied, in statements to local news sites, that the meeting of the leaders of the "Coordination Framework", on Monday, had put forward or circulated any of the names that the media are talking about, including Hadi Al-Amiri and Nuri Al-Maliki. Al-Baldawi considered that there are "parties that promote such rumors", and are trying to "shuffle the cards or try to provoke some parties or promote a specific personality."
A member of the State of Law coalition, Aref Al-Hamami, denied to the "Al-Maaloma" website on Wednesday evening, the nomination of the coordination framework for any name for the position of the Prime Minister so far, noting that the names in circulation have not been officially nominated.
According to previous statements by leaders in the "Coordination Framework", the "Coordination Framework" forces set criteria for choosing a prime minister to run the country in the next stage, the most important of which is that he is acceptable to the religious authority in Najaf and is not covered by the Accountability and Justice Law and who is not accused or convicted of corruption cases.
The leaders of the "coordinating framework" intend to hold wide discussions on a group of candidate names to agree on a personality that meets the requirements, to end the ongoing political crisis since the last parliamentary elections were held on October 10, 2021.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Al-Abadi demanded a moderate governance equation that would defuse crises and be accepted by all parties (Al-Jazeera)
median judgment equationIn this context, former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said through his Twitter account, "The political division, and the political, economic and sovereign challenges, require a moderate governance equation that defuses crises and is widely accepted, and a capable and efficient national government for a specific stage to reform the economy, provide services and provide job opportunities." .
Al-Abadi added, "Otherwise, we are not with it and we will not be part of it, because it will complicate the crisis and lead us to the unknown."
The writer Mithaq Saleh said, via his Twitter account, that "the coordinating framework must know that the next government is their government, and they bear all responsibility for its failure and success, so they must impose their candidate and the program of their government without paying attention to courtesies." Saleh added, that the framework "should not be led by the myth of a prime minister who does not provoke opponents, because the opponent is provoked even if you nominate an angel."
For his part, politician Qusai Mahbouba wrote, on his Twitter account, that “Al-Maliki’s insistence on running for the position of prime minister, despite my conviction that this matter is impossible to achieve, represents the biggest gift that the framework offers to the leader of the Sadrist bloc, Muqtada al-Sadr, and also represents the biggest motive for the liberal forces to regroup themselves.” and its association with political parties. Mahbouba added, "In politics, half of the victories are gifts from your opponents."
Political researcher Shaho Al-Qara Daghi commented, through his account on Twitter, saying, "In respected countries, when the official feels that he has made a mistake in some policies and harmed people, he either commits suicide, resigns or retreats quietly, and after the accumulation of mistakes, disasters and bad experiences, he returns again and tries to market himself as a savior." . Qaradaghi asked, "How can someone who caused problems turn into solutions?"
For his part, political analyst Haitham al-Khazali says that al-Maliki will face strong competition with the rest of the candidates of the coordinating framework forces over the position, while noting that the Sunnis and Kurds will not have any problem, whether al-Maliki or others are named by the framework, provided that their interests are guaranteed.
For about 8 months, Iraq has been experiencing a political crisis due to sharp disagreements over the formation of the government between the "coordinating framework" and the Sadrist bloc, which won first place with 73 deputies out of 329, but withdrew from Parliament on June 12 after it was unable to form a government.
After 11 days, 64 new deputies took the constitutional oath, most of them from the "coordinating framework" forces or close to them, including independents, which guarantees the "framework" the parliamentary quorum required to form a government.
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