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Learn about the map of the Iraqi political forces supporting and rejecting the dissolution of Parlia

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Post by rocky Tue 16 Aug 2022, 7:11 am

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Most of the political forces in Iraq agree to dissolve parliament (Mustafa Al-Sudani/Anadolu Agency)
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Most of the political forces in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] agree on the demand to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , but they differ in the mechanism of dissolution and the initiation of [url=https://www.alaraby.co.uk/%D8%A7%D9%86%D8%AA%D8%AE%D8%A7%D8%A8%D8%A7%D8%AA %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B9%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%82]new elections[/url] , which is the reason that observers find that it leads to more political blockage and the continuation of protests, specifically by [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , which refuses to form a new transitional government from Before the " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] ", which is close to Iran, it is sponsoring the process of holding the elections, due to what might harm the results of the supporters of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr.
The civil forces are also intervening on the line of dissolving Parliament, but they are divided over Mustafa Al-Kazemi’s government, as some argue the need for its survival, while others demand its end.

The situation is no different with the Sunni Arab parties, specifically the Alliance of Sovereignty, as it comes close to Sadr's vision, but clings to the constitutional details.
Although the Kurdish parties have no objection to dissolving the parliament, they are not far from what is happening in the capital, Baghdad, where the two major Kurdish parties (the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Democratic Party) ruling in the Kurdistan region, in northern Iraq, offered their conditions for dissolving the parliament.
The last comment of the Iraqi Judicial Council, in response to a previous request by al-Sadr, to dissolve the current parliament, that he does not have the authority to do so, prompted al-Sadr to announce “million” demonstrations in more than one Iraqi city, to increase public pressure on the political forces to accept his terms and demands, most notably Dissolving Parliament, without dissolving the Al-Kazemi government.
In this context, the representative of the "coordinating framework" forces in the Iraqi parliament, Ahmed Al-Moussawi, told Al-Araby Al-Jadeed that "most of the political and popular forces in Iraq are convinced of dissolving the parliament, but there is a lack of agreement and the absence of similarity in views on the mechanism of dissolving the parliament." ".
He pointed out that "the coordination framework with all its components, in addition to the "Azm" alliance headed by Muthanna al-Samarrai, and the "PUK" party agree that the dissolution of parliament should be through constitutional frameworks and what the laws stipulate, meaning that the new government is formed under the leadership of the "coordinating framework" candidate. Then he will go to hold a parliamentary session on dissolving parliament.
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For his part, a member of the Sadrist movement, Essam Hussein, indicated that “dissolving the parliament has become the most important demand for the Sadrist movement, because the current parliament does not represent the viewpoint of the Iraqi people, especially after it was reused to implement partisan and sectarian quotas schemes in the mechanism for choosing the prime minister, and that the Sadrist movement He refuses to continue the work of Parliament."
And he indicated that "the Sadrist movement's approach in this regard has the support of a number of civil and national parties and forces, and we see that the Sovereignty Alliance and the Kurdistan Democratic Party are standing by us, even though they have their own observations."
Al-Araby Al-Jadeed contacted one of the members of the "Sovereignty" coalition, to get the opinion of the coalition. The spokesman, who declined to be named, explained that "the alliance's position is fully consistent with the dissolution of Parliament, but provided that it is in accordance with the provisions of the constitution, through a parliamentary decision to present members of the House of Representatives in a special session, requests by a third of the members, and to vote on its dissolution. The other two-thirds unanimously, without any pressure from the masses to disrupt political life."
The leader continued, "Mustafa Al-Kazemi's government has no alternative at the present time, so we support the continuation of its work even after the dissolution of Parliament, and its holding of elections, which it recently succeeded in implementing."
The interpretation and the process of dissolving parliament and accepting it or not are also intertwined with the civil forces as well, as most of the "forces of change", which includes the new political movements and the Iraqi Communist Party, see the need to dissolve parliament while maintaining the Al-Kazemi government, but other entities such as the "civil national movement" that Managed by politician Shorouq Al-Abayji and MP Basem Khashan, she sees the dissolution of Parliament as a subsequent step after the abolition of the presence of the Al-Kazemi government, and its replacement through the powers of the President of the Republic, Barham Salih.
Civil activist Wadih al-Bayati, who belongs to the "National House" party, said, "All the new parties and national entities are in agreement to dissolve parliament, except for the national civil movement and some independent representatives who fear losing themselves in the event the parliament is dissolved and the elections are repeated." His conversation with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed said that "the Iraqi parties all agree to dissolve parliament, but they do not want to face a loss in the upcoming elections, so the Sadrist movement knows perfectly well that it will not lose in anything, so it goes to strongly demand this demand."
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As for the independent deputy in the Iraqi parliament, Hadi Al-Salami, he pointed out that “dissolving the parliament is one of the options to end the political blockage, but there is a difficulty in achieving this, because the large forces currently in Parliament, specifically the “coordinating framework”, reject this approach, while the The Sadrist movement is increasing its momentum within the Green Zone to push for the achievement of this goal in all ways, stressing to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed that “independent MPs also do not agree on this demand. Going with al-Sadr, while a number of MPs have dissolved their positions, and their directions are not known.”
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