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Are the resigned Sadrist MPs preparing to return to Parliament under a political settlement?

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Are the resigned Sadrist MPs preparing to return to Parliament under a political settlement? Empty Are the resigned Sadrist MPs preparing to return to Parliament under a political settlement?

Post by rocky Fri 30 Sep 2022, 5:12 am

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Baghdad / Obelisk: Sources reported that a political settlement is expected, including the return of the Sadrist bloc's deputies to parliament through legal adaptations, and new political consensus that will bring the country out of the crisis.
Al-Awda’s proposal won the blessing of Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, the Kurdistan Democratic Party and Sunni deputies. The position of the framework is not known precisely, but expectations are that he will accept this according to conditions, most notably the holding of parliament sessions and the formation of the government that prepares for the elections.
The sources talked about preparations by the Judicial Council and the Federal Court to formulate a legal way out for the return of the Sadrist bloc.
And the political observer, Ahmed Al-Alaq, reported that major political forces are conducting a movement within the corridors of the House of Representatives with the aim of the return of the Sadrist bloc's deputies through a statement of the legal opinion of the Council's Special Legal Adviser.
Hussein Al-Obaidi, a follower of Iraqi affairs, believes that the most appropriate solution at this time is the return of the Sadrist bloc's representatives to parliament, not to form a government, but to dissolve parliament, set a date for early elections and preserve the current electoral law, and this is what al-Sadr wants.
The Secretary-General of Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq, Sheikh Qais Khazali, had said that for the return of the Sadrist bloc's deputies, there is no solution other than early elections.
And the legal expert, Ali Al-Tamimi, explained to Al-Masala that “the return of the resigned members of the Sadrist bloc is constitutionally possible; By submitting a request to the Federal Supreme Court in accordance with Article 93 / III of the Constitution, because the resignation was not voted on by Parliament, and also submitted under great psychological pressure, and this prejudices the element of will required to resign.
And he indicated, "Anyone with an interest can appeal the procedures related to accepting the resignation, and the decision first and foremost belongs to the Federal Supreme Court, and its statement is binding and binding on all authorities."
Al-Tamimi pointed out that “the appeal focuses on the eligibility to accept the resignation of Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi and its unconstitutionality, and any person has the right to appeal, whether he is a lawyer or an ordinary citizen; Because the people were elected and they are the source of authority according to Articles 5, 6 and 20 of the constitution.”
 

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