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After 300 days of blockage... Re-elections or regime change, which is closer to Iraq?

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After 300 days of blockage... Re-elections or regime change, which is closer to Iraq? Empty After 300 days of blockage... Re-elections or regime change, which is closer to Iraq?

Post by rocky Wed 03 Aug 2022, 2:58 pm

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[size=52]After 300 days of blockage... Re-elections or regime change, which is closer to Iraq?[/size]

[size=45]Iraqis have varied opinions about political calls to dissolve parliament, re-elections, and make constitutional amendments, to end the political crisis in the country, while others believe that the solution lies in changing the system of government from a parliamentary to a presidential one.[/size]
[size=45]And after 297 days of not choosing the country's new prime minister and republic, political differences are still exacerbating, especially between the "Shiite" parties, and one of the results of which was the storming of thousands of supporters of the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr, the parliament building, on July 27, 2022 in protest against the trend The framework for the formation of the new government by the nomination of Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, an ally of former Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki.[/size]
[size=45]Frame VS Mainstream[/size]
[size=45]The political crisis entered a new curve after the Sadrist movement's demonstrations turned into open sit-ins, forcing the other party (the framework) to also take its audience to the street in demonstrations to emphasize "legitimacy and respect for the constitution."[/size]
[size=45]In order to avoid a clash between the framework and the current, political blocs proposed the idea of ​​holding early elections, to break the current political blockage, but this option may face rejection from some political forces, as well as the lack of popular desire to participate in them on the grounds that it “will not change anything,” according to citizenship Maryam (from Baghdad), which indicated that “the previous elections were to change the corrupt parties, but this change did not happen. The masses of the parties will elect their candidates again, in light of the timid presence of independents within the government.”[/size]
[size=45]regime[/size]
[size=45]Maryam believes that “the solution lies in changing the system of government to a presidential one,” calling on the international community to “intervene to change the system of government and end the chaos in Iraq for 19 years.”[/size]
[size=45]As for the citizen Muntazer (from Karbala), he believes that “the citizens’ reluctance to participate in the previous elections benefited the parties from the coordination framework and the Sadrist movement in obtaining the largest percentage of votes, and if the elections are repeated, the scenario will be repeated again.”[/size]
[size=45]Montazer adds that “the end of party control will be through the effective participation of citizens in the elections.” While Muntazer agreed with Maryam on the importance of transforming the government into a presidential one, he declared his rejection of any foreign interference inside the country, as it “creates internal problems, and does not look for the country’s interest as much as its own.” Personal".[/size]
[size=45]dissolution of parliament[/size]
[size=45]The call for early elections is not new, as it was raised in earlier times as well. In this regard, the independent deputy, Basem Khashan, states, “I submitted a request to dissolve the House of Representatives more than once, and also demanded an amendment to the election law, which the Federal Court canceled a number of its articles.”[/size]
[size=45]Khashan explains that "the initiative of the independents has proven in light of the current situation that it was a solution to end the political crisis," noting that many MPs have chosen the side of neutrality at the present time, and these lack courage, as the representative must have an opinion on important issues.[/size]
[size=45]Amend the constitution[/size]
[size=45]With regard to the transition to the presidential system, the representative says, “Changing the system to a presidential one requires amending the constitution, and amending the latter is a complex issue,” pointing out on the other hand that “Al-Sadr’s call to amend the electoral law is unreal, as the election law was established by the current, so Al-Sadr’s call for a change The political system, the constitution and the election law are all false calls,” he said, suggesting that al-Sadr will try to end the crisis and retract his previous positions.[/size]
[size=45]Muqtada al-Sadr, who won the largest number of votes in the October elections, withdrew his 74 deputies from parliament last June, after he failed to form a government that excluded his Shiite rivals (the coordinating framework).[/size]
[size=45]After months of negotiations, al-Sadr left to his opponents in the framework the task of forming a government after he took a surprising step by withdrawing his deputies from Parliament.[/size]
[size=45]The framework includes the bloc of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the Fatah bloc representing the Popular Mobilization, and blocs that did not achieve significant results in the elections, such as the Wisdom Movement.[/size]
[size=45]Analysts believe that holding early elections is the strongest option in the event that no agreement is reached that brings the framework together with the current, or that one of them concedes to the other the government.[/size]
[size=45]And the political analyst, Sabah Al-Agaili, explains that the early elections are “related to the government. Will the Al-Kazemi government remain, or will a prime minister be chosen and given a period that may extend for a year in order to call for early elections, and this proposal may suit the political process if we reach political closure.”[/size]
[size=45]And the path of dissolving parliament and holding early elections is different from changing the regime and the constitution, according to political analyst, Muhammad Nana’, who says that “changing the regime to a presidential one or practicing a coup against the current political class, with a party taking these steps supported by the people, is an undemocratic path, as you Certain forces and parties outside the constitutional, parliamentary and democratic contexts and adopt rebuilding the state anew according to their vision, as sometimes put forward by the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr.[/size]
[size=45]As for the call for the dissolution of parliament and the elections, Nanaa explains, during his speech to the agency, that “this is within the current system itself, given that the current parliament was shaken by its Sharia with the withdrawal of the Sadrists from it, and the current parties were unable to form a government.”[/size]
[size=45]He continues: "There is a custom in parliamentary contexts that if elections are unable to form a government within a maximum period of 60 days, then early elections are held to fix the situation, and therefore there is a difference between calls to change the regime from a parliamentary to a presidential one, and calls to dissolve parliament and hold early elections."[/size]
[size=45]In light of this political complexity, the outgoing government of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi continues to “carry out daily business,” and if the parties do not agree on a new government, this government may continue for a transitional phase until new elections are held.[/size]
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