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Sovereignty rules out holding a session of Parliament and reveals: 80% with the dissolution of the C

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The leader of the Sovereignty Alliance, Jaber Al-Jabri, confirmed today, Thursday, that the Federal Court’s decision to dismiss the case for dissolving the parliament was expected, noting that most of the political blocs agreed to dissolve parliament and hold early elections, while he ruled out holding a parliament session without political understandings.


Al-Jabri said in an interview with the "Oana" program broadcast by Alsumaria satellite channel, that "the decision of the Federal Court to dismiss the case for dissolving Parliament was expected, and the court had previously given its opinion on the matter and that it was not within its competence to dissolve Parliament," explaining that "the constitution included the separation of powers and that the courts It is not within its power to dissolve Parliament.”






He added that "80% of the political blocs agreed to dissolve parliament and hold early elections," explaining that "if there are no mechanisms to dissolve parliament, the country will enter a state of chaos."

Al-Jabri pointed out that "the coordinating framework cannot alone decide whether or not to dissolve parliament, and it suffers from a lack of unity of leadership and opinion like other blocs and political entities," noting that "there are blocs from the framework that support dissolving parliament."

He pointed out that "there is ground available to form a majority government, and parliament must dissolve itself by setting a timetable, as happened in 2021 through steps such as electing the president of the republic and assigning a prime minister to supervise the elections."
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Al-Jabri stressed that "the war of tweets will not build a country, and we will not reach a solution through it, and unless there is a dialogue, there will be no solution," explaining that "if there is a political agreement, a session of Parliament will be held."

He stressed that "Al-Halbousi believes that if a quorum is provided and there is agreement on the outcome of the session, there is no objection to holding it, otherwise what is the point of holding it unless the quorum is complete to elect the president of the republic," noting that "Al-Halbousi put in place a mechanism of several basic points, namely (electing a president, appointing a president). ministers, approving the budget, and changing the election law). And he indicated that "the Alliance of Sovereignty does not mind Al-Kazemi remaining at the head of the government," noting that "custom is the one who governs the current political process."

Al-Jabri continued,[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]The Kurds are not the cause of the current crisis, and everyone knows who is the cause of the crisis," stressing that "[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]The Kurds played an important role in calming the situation."



Al-Jabri pointed out that "the international community has warned that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] is on the edge of the abyss and that it has red points that should not be crossed. It does not interfere until after they are exceeded. If their interests are not harmed, they will not interfere. The security agreement governs their intervention in the Iraqi situation, and I do not think that there is external interference so far."

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