Al-Maliki: There is no need for early elections, and the Sudanese government can continue. Urgent[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.][You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] |Today, 18:04 |
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The head of the State of Law Coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, suggested that the government of Muhammad Shia al-Sudani will continue until the end of the parliamentary session and that early parliamentary elections would not be held.
Al-Maliki said in a press interview: "If we return to a new political blockage and failure in managing the state by the government, then we must go to early parliamentary elections."
And he added, “But as long as things are sound, the political process is stable, and the government is continuing to implement its program that it promised, then why the early elections?”
Al-Maliki stressed, "If the need arises, there is no objection to holding elections in the event that continuing with the current electoral results does not work, but so far we have not reached this stage, and we believe that the electoral results and the consequent formation of the (current) government and its advances can continue to end of the parliamentary session.
It is noteworthy that the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, whose government won the confidence of the House of Representatives on October 27, 2022, will hold parliamentary elections within a year.
Al-Sudani said, during his presentation of the ministerial curriculum of his government to Parliament, that he pledges to "amend the parliamentary elections law within 3 months and hold early elections within a year," in addition to "holding provincial elections and setting a date for their holding in the government program."