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    Alsumaria News - Politics

    With the end of the holiday and the end of the atmosphere of the provincial council elections, Parliament, which is preparing to hold its first session in the new legislative term tomorrow, Tuesday, stands before the “urgent task”, represented by electing an alternative speaker of the House of Representatives, to fill the seat that has been empty for more than 50 days after the end of the... Membership of former Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi by the Federal Supreme Court.


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    Delaying the decision to fill the seat and choosing the alternative raised several questions and suggestions about the reasons for the delay, despite the fact that the internal law of the House of Representatives requires that the first regular session of Parliament be dedicated to electing the Speaker of the House if the seat of the Presidency of the House is vacant.



    Among the proposals proposed was to postpone the decision of the position until the completion of the provincial council elections in order for the political blocs to be sorted according to popular weight, and to know the balance of power for each political bloc, especially with the existence of a movement not to assign the seat to the former president’s “Taqadum” party, but rather to other competing blocs, including Determination and Decisiveness. .

    However, the parallel balance of power will not only create competition between these blocs, but there will be competition by other figures from outside these blocs. The lack of agreement and fragmentation has encouraged some representatives from outside the major well-known blocs to compete for the position of Speaker of Parliament and bet on a “secret vote.” By representatives.


    This was actually confirmed by a member of the House of Representatives, Hussein Al-Sabari, indicating that the election of the Speaker of Parliament may require two rounds.
    Regarding whether the position is left until the formation of local governments is decided or made an additional negotiating card, Al-Sabari said in an interview with Al-Sumaria, “The position of Speaker of Parliament is a strong position as it represents one of the presidencies,” noting that “there is a strong movement behind the scenes to resolve the position of Speaker of Parliament, but the matter is not "Abandoned."

    He pointed out that "there is a Sunni-Sunni, Sunni-Shiite, and Sunni-Kurdish movement in this regard," considering that "the issue requires time because of the importance of the position."

    He confirmed the existence of "an idea to hold a session to elect the Speaker of Parliament next Saturday, corresponding to January 13," suggesting that "the selection of names will be completed at the end of next week, as the internal regulations of Parliament require that the first regular session be dedicated to choosing the election of the Speaker of the House of Representatives."

    Al-Saabari reinforced the indicators presented that indicate the entry of new names into the line from outside the known political blocs to decide them by the “individual voting” method, noting that there is “more than one name and perhaps there will be more than one election round and the possibility of up to more than two rounds,” indicating that “ A group of names have been proposed by Progress and Determination, and even by some representatives outside these blocs, but the nomination will be limited to 3 names.”

    Recent indications indicate that the position of Speaker of Parliament will not be a card related, perhaps, to the competition for the position of governor, as all Sunni political forces have won their known seats in their governorates according to the distribution of their influence, and there will not be a waiver of the position of governor in a specific governorate in exchange for obtaining the Speaker of Parliament, but rather he will take Each Sunni party has its assumed share in the governorates, and competes for the parliamentary presidency seat according to a secret vote.

    But independent MP Haider Al-Salami does not rule out linking the position of Speaker of Parliament to negotiating the positions of governors and heads of provincial councils.

    Al-Salami told Al-Sumaria, “A while ago we called for the necessity of holding a session to elect the Speaker of the House of Representatives, but unfortunately there were attempts to postpone the issue,” noting that “it is not unlikely that the postponement is linked to studying the balances again after the provincial council elections, according to the quota system in force.” Since 2003.”

    Regarding moving toward “individual apportionment” through secret voting, he stressed that “everything is on the table now, and it is assumed that the legislative term begins tomorrow, Tuesday, January 9, and there will be a meeting between the heads of the political blocs, and one of the topics discussed is discussing the date of the first session to elect the Speaker of Parliament.”

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