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[size=52]A political researcher rules out holding any parliamentary session before October 1: The political situation is still tense[/size]

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[size=45]The researcher in political and economic affairs, Nabil Jabbar Al-Ali, said, on Sunday, that “the political situation is still tense between the parties to the political process in Iraq, especially between the coordination framework and the Sadrist movement, since it reached the summit on the night of the storming of Al-Khadra.” He ruled out holding any parliamentary session before October 1 Next first.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Ali added to (Basnews), that “despite the truce that took place without an agreement during the past weeks during the period of the Arba’een visit, which is the most important and most extensive religious occasion for the Shiites, the political parties are still to this day trying to extend the truce in an attempt to find out what is happening on Day 1. Next October, which marks the anniversary of the start of the October demonstrations in 2019.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Ali believes, “The Sadrist movement is counting, with government parties, on feeding and activating the upcoming demonstrations instead of holding them in the form of memorials or memorials in an attempt by the movement to include popular parties supporting its demands to dissolve parliament and hold urgent elections, while the coordination framework sees the need to deal cautiously with the demonstrations. coming and trying to absorb its expected momentum.”[/size]
[size=45]The political researcher explained, "The Sunni and Kurdish parties remained in the middle of the road, trying to grab the stick from the middle, waiting for the end of the existing crisis inside the Shiite house and then continuing the political work after the results were resolved, whether they were in favor of the current or the framework."[/size]
[size=45]Al-Ali expected the impact of the upcoming events and the effectiveness of the demonstrations on the decisive battle between the framework and the current, “which will end either by imposing broad and large popular pressures that may force the framework to respond quickly to popular demands from which al-Sadr may benefit, or the demonstration may end with a limited traditional memorial and remembrance that will result in a loss.” Al-Sadr’s project is to impose his will, support the coordination framework and his orientation towards forming a government according to his visions and program.”[/size]
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[size=45]The political researcher ruled out holding any parliamentary session before October 1, for reasons related to the positions of Sunnis and Kurds on the ongoing conflict between the current and the framework, and no parliamentary session will take place without an explanation of the features of the end of the existing conflict.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Ali added, “The issue of re-election is exclusively linked to the political will of the parties, a decision that is exclusively linked to the desire of the House of Representatives to end the continuation of the work of the Council and move towards holding upcoming elections, not to mention the general preparations for the Commission, which may not be less than 6 months at the very least after approving Funding to feed the Commission’s activities and preparations, which also requires the enactment of parliamentary legislation that allows the Commission to spend.”[/size]
[size=45]The researcher in political and economic affairs, Nabil Jabbar Al-Ali, suggested amending the election law because it is one of the compelling reasons that require an upcoming parliamentary working period, especially after the recent court decision in which the House of Representatives demanded to make amendments to some paragraphs of the current election law, indicating that there is a political desire From the coordinating framework for making other amendments to the effective election law, based on fundamental changes in the origin of the law.[/size]
[size=45]The axes of the Iraqi crisis are currently summarized in the insistence of the coordinating framework forces on resuming parliament sessions and resuming its work in full. It also adheres to electing a president and a prime minister with full powers instead of the current caretaker government headed by Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and then going towards amending the current election law.[/size]
[size=45]On the other hand, the Sadrist movement rejects this, and insists on dissolving parliament and holding early elections within 9 months. It also proposes amending paragraph 76 of the constitution regarding the major bloc that has the right to form a government.[/size]
[size=45]He also raises another demand, which is to amend the Federal Court law to be more independent from the political parties that have actually taken over, since 2005, the selection of the 11 members of this court, using sectarian and partisan quotas. In addition, the Sadrist movement refuses to amend the election law.[/size]
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