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    A political deal is behind the acceleration of choosing a replacement for Al-Halbousi, and the frame

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    A political deal is behind the acceleration of choosing a replacement for Al-Halbousi, and the frame Empty A political deal is behind the acceleration of choosing a replacement for Al-Halbousi, and the frame

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    [size=52]A political deal is behind the acceleration of choosing a replacement for Al-Halbousi, and the framework agrees on two candidates[/size]

    [size=45]Baghdad/ Tamim Al-Hassan[/size]
    [size=45]Two scenarios are likely behind Parliament's decision to submit elections for a new president of the Council after a quasi-political agreement to postpone the file until after the local elections that will be held next Sunday.[/size]
    [size=45]According to a document issued by Parliament yesterday, a replacement for Muhammad al-Halbousi, the dismissed Speaker of Parliament, is supposed to be chosen in a session the day after tomorrow, Wednesday.[/size]
    [size=45]There is conflicting information about the existence of an “unannounced” agreement to satisfy Al-Halbousi with a consensual candidate, a deal supervised by the coordination framework.[/size]
    [size=45]And other information about fears that may affect the results of the upcoming elections is what prompted the Shiite framework to accelerate the step of choosing Al-Halbousi’s replacement.[/size]
    [size=45]The “Framework” seemed to be the first to control the issue of the Speaker of Parliament, as the list of alternative candidates was placed at its disposal about two weeks ago, to compare the names presented.[/size]
    [size=45]There is now talk about two candidates, the most likely to obtain the position, one of whom is strongly supported by Nouri al-Maliki, the leader of the state of law.[/size]
    [size=45]The crisis overthrowing Al-Halbousi threatened to drag parties within the Shiite framework into accusations of dealing with American companies, some of which worked in Israel, in a case known as “pressure groups.”[/size]
    [size=45]The opponents of the sacked Speaker of Parliament raised the issue of American companies in an attempt to deal the final blow to Al-Halbousi and end any ambition for the latter to return to office, before it emerged that multiple forces, including the “Framework,” were dealing with these companies.[/size]
    [size=45]Political sources who spoke to (Al Mada) indicated that dealing with Al-Halbousi “was not interrupted by the coordination framework,” and there were “unannounced agreements to prevent the crisis from expanding.”[/size]
    [size=45]Muhammad Al-Sudani, the Prime Minister, had previously requested, following the dismissal of Al-Halbousi last month, to go to dialogue.[/size]
    [size=45]The Speaker of Parliament alone has about 35 seats in Parliament, at a time when the Shiite forces fear that they will “confiscate the Sunni decision openly for fear of interference by the Sunni force in choosing the Shiite positions, the most important of which is the position of Prime Minister,” according to what the sources say.[/size]
    [size=45]The unannounced agreement included reaching understandings between the two wings of the leadership coalition, which includes Al-Halbousi and Khamis Al-Khanjar, to support one candidate, with the “framework” voting for him.[/size]
    [size=45]The talk is about the candidate closest to the position, which is Salem Al-Issawi, the MP who defected from the Taqadum Party led by Al-Halbousi, but remained in the Sovereignty Alliance, which is the alliance that was established after the 2021 elections between the sacked Speaker of Parliament and Al-Khanjar.[/size]
    [size=45]This agreement is denied by Al-Halbousi’s opponents, as former MP Mishaan Al-Jubouri, who also defected from Taqadum, wrote on the X platform that this news aims to “confuse.”[/size]
    [size=45]Hikmat Suleiman, spokesman for the Al-Hasam Alliance, one of Al-Halbousi’s most prominent opponents, told Al-Mada that the recent discussions that led to setting Wednesday’s session “were far from progressing.”[/size]
    [size=45]The House of Representatives has set two o'clock in the afternoon tomorrow, Wednesday, as the date for holding a session to elect its new speaker. According to a document published in the media.[/size]
    [size=45]Suleiman reveals that the recent consultations that took place ended in selecting two candidates, from an unknown number of replacements for Al-Halbousi.[/size]
    [size=45]A Hasm spokesman confirms that the two names that were agreed upon informally in internal consultations are “Salem Al-Issawi and former Speaker of the House of Representatives Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani.” There is talk behind the scenes that Al-Maliki, the leader of the state of law, supports the second candidate because of what is said to be “returning the favor” to Al-Mashhadani, who obstructed a session last year that almost overthrew the Shiite framework’s ambition to rule.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Mashhadani was at the time the senior speaker of the parliament that had just taken place following a political debate and “framework” demonstrations against the results of the legislative elections in 2021, when the former pretended that he had been beaten - according to what he declared in television interviews - to prevent what was known as the tripartite alliance (Al-Sadr, Al-Halbousi, and the Democratic Party). From forming the government.[/size]
    [size=45]On the other hand, other parties in the "Frame", such as Ammar al-Hakim and Haider al-Abadi, tend to agree with a candidate presented by al-Halbousi, while Qais al-Khazali (the leader of Asaib) supports the Hasm coalition.[/size]
    [size=45]Two weeks ago, the Shiite framework received a list of names of Al-Halbousi's replacements, which included between 5 and 7 candidates, after which it would conduct interviews with the candidates.[/size]
    [size=45]The “Framework” had reached the conclusion that the issue would be postponed until after the elections, in order to avoid any political instability that might hinder the vote.[/size]
    [size=45]However, conflicting information says that Al-Halbousi’s opponents convinced the “Framework” that the former was planning “something unknown” behind his attempts to postpone the session to select the Speaker of Parliament.[/size]
    [size=45]Suleiman points out that the disruption of the elections for a new speaker of Parliament was due to “the obstruction of the deposed person (referring to Al-Halbousi) from holding the selection session.”[/size]
    [size=45]Suleiman stresses that “the coordination framework is keen to choose a new speaker for Parliament, and that it is a mistake to hold elections without the presence of a president.” The last week witnessed sharp verbal exchanges between the sacked Speaker of Parliament and his opponents at conferences promoting electoral lists, which reached the point of insults.[/size]
    [size=45]According to the last list of leaked names that was delivered to the “Framework,” it included the two representatives for Taqadum, Abdul Karim Abtan and Shaalan Al-Karim, and the representative for Sovereignty, Salem Al-Issawi.[/size]
    [size=45]Later, additional names were leaked: the representatives; Yahya Al-Muhammadi for “Taqaddam,” Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani, and Talal Al-Zubaie for the Azm Alliance (headed by Muthanna Al-Samarrai).[/size]
    [size=45]Arif Al-Hamami, a member of the Legal Committee in Parliament, tells Al-Mada that “choosing a new speaker of Parliament will pass easily because there is a political agreement.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Hamami believes that Sunni forces, whom he does not know specifically, were the ones who collected the signatures of no less than 50 representatives (according to what is stipulated in Parliament’s bylaws) to schedule an extraordinary session.[/size]
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