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    [size=47]Will "Al-Sadr's Letters to the Judiciary" resolve the deciding session on the claim of dissolving the Iraqi parliament?[/size]


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    The judiciary is expected to decide on the request to dissolve parliament submitted by the Sadrist movement (Ahmed Al-Rubai/AFP)
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    The leader [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , whose supporters carried out, yesterday, Tuesday, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] inside the Green Zone, in the center of the capital, Baghdad, which lasted for several hours, put the judicial authority on the line, one week before a scheduled session of the Federal Court, which is expected to decide on a request The [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] presented by the current, which did not hide its fears of procrastination, was dissolved due to what it described as "the judiciary being subjected to pressure. "
    The Federal Court had announced, last Wednesday, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to the 30th of this month, in an attempt to gain time, in the hope that the political forces would reach a solution to the crisis, which prompted Al-Sadr to wave what he called “other options”, declaring his rejection of any dialogue with Iran's "Coordination Framework" alliance.

    Yesterday, al-Sadr directed his supporters to withdraw from the judiciary building, but he directed them to keep their tents and not raise them from the front of the building, in a clear message to the possibility of returning to the sit-in in the event that the court did not resolve the file, especially since those sit-in tents gave them names for crimes and violations It took place in the country over the past years, and the judiciary did not investigate them, including the “Sit-in of the Speicher Martyrs”, “the people of Mosul”, “returning the looted funds”, “accounting the corrupt”, “without bias”, “dismissing the corrupt”, “separation of the Public Prosecution” , "An independent and impartial judiciary", and other titles.
    In this tense atmosphere, which was countered by the escalation of the " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] " alliance , its speech, calling on its supporters to be highly prepared and fully prepared for the next step against those he called "the kidnappers of the state", to restore its prestige and its powers, a prominent member of the Sadrist movement confirmed that "Al-Sadr wanted the sit-in." To send a letter to the judiciary, and that message has arrived.”
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    He explained to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, on condition of anonymity, that "keeping the tents in front of the judiciary building is an indication that the return is close again," noting that "the judiciary may not be able to postpone the case again, due to the aggravation of the crisis, but his decision It will be a turning point in the current political crisis."
    In Iraq, attention is directed towards the judiciary, which cannot disassociate itself from politics, especially since its decisions have a significant impact on exacerbating or dismantling the political crisis. In this context, the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Hoshyar Zebari, stressed the need for the judiciary to be "impartial, and not use double standards."
    Yesterday, Tuesday, Zebari said, commenting in a tweet on the events, that "the sit-in of the Sadrist movement in front of the Supreme Judicial Council, and then its peaceful withdrawal, delivered the required message. by two standards, and to stand at the same distance in action and not in words, for the constitution is the reference.”


    As for the political parties associated with the "Coordination Framework" coalition, they issue warnings of "slipping into chaos" in case the judiciary is not respected. Politician Baqir Jabr Solagh Al-Zubaidi said, in a tweet, that "the Federal Supreme Court, with its judges and expertise, is the safety valve of the political process, and any attempt to attack it will enter the country with major problems and crises that cannot be resolved, and the country may slip into great chaos.. All partners have accepted Politicians by decisions of the Supreme Court, and we call on everyone to respect the supreme judicial authority in the country, which rules according to the articles of the constitution, which everyone participated in writing, and the people accepted it through a referendum.
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