[size=31]On Friday, the Iraqi politician and former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, leader of the National Coalition, presented a political initiative to bypass the current situation.
Allawi called for holding the Iraqi parliament session anywhere in the country to choose a president and form a new government that would pave the way for early elections.
And the former Prime Minister stated, in a press statement, “We must respect the timing of the constitution… by holding a parliament session anywhere in Iraq in the presence of the President of the Judicial Council and the President of the Federal Court to choose or install the President of the Republic and to form a government that paves the way for early elections with a fair electoral law and a fair election commission.” .
Allawi warned, "Otherwise, the situation will worsen and deteriorate into unimaginable consequences."
He also warned "of the repercussions and dangers of the stage that Iraq and its people are going through, who have suffered scourge and have been deprived of the most basic necessities of life."
On the tenth of this month, Muqtada al-Sadr called on the head of the Supreme Judicial Council in Iraq, Judge Faiq Zaidan, to dissolve the Iraqi parliament.
Demonstrators from the Sadrist movement and the forces of change in the civil democratic movement demanded, in separate demonstrations on Friday, the dissolution of the Iraqi parliament and the holding of early parliamentary elections in Iraq with a new electoral system and an independent electoral commission.[/size]