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    Politician: Sunni forces are confused in choosing the Speaker of Parliament

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    Post by Rocky Sat 20 Jan 2024, 4:47 am

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    [size=52]Politician: Sunni forces are confused in choosing the Speaker of Parliament[/size]
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     Independent politician Ibrahim Al-Sumaidaie confirmed that it is not possible to resolve the session to choose the Speaker of Parliament before the Federal Court considers the validity of the session, indicating that the Sunni forces are confused in choosing the Speaker of Parliament.
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     Al-Sumaidaie said in a televised interview followed by “Al-Maalouma” that “the session to elect the Speaker of Parliament will not be held before the cases are resolved before the Federal Court.”
     He added, "The dispute between Al-Khanjar and Shaalan Al-Karim brought the videos between them to the previously 'misguided,'" noting that "prospects are moving toward reopening nominations for the presidency of Parliament."
    He pointed out, “Al-Halbousi presented 4 figures in addition to Shalan Al-Karim to head Parliament, and presenting the dagger to a candidate competing with Al-Halbousi’s candidate is considered treason.”
    Disagreements escalated between the Sunni political forces over the position of Speaker of the House of Representatives, after they presented more than one candidate, which prompted some political parties to pay huge sums of money in exchange for buying the votes of some representatives, according to sources. End/25
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