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    Signs that Al-Mandalawi will remain Speaker of Parliament until the end of the current session: The

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    Post by Rocky Mon 12 Feb 2024, 7:06 am

    [size=38]Signs that Al-Mandalawi will remain Speaker of Parliament until the end of the current session: The challenges are great, most notably the “American departure”[/size]


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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: The escalation of tension within the Iraqi parliament is clearly evident through the statements of representatives and political analysts, as different voices begin to struggle to determine the course of the political scene in the country.
    In the context of this tension, Representative Faleh Al-Khazali stressed the continuation of the position of Speaker of the House of Representatives under the leadership of Al-Mandalawi until the end of the current session, pointing to the desire of the political forces, especially the Shiites, for him to continue in this position.
    In his statements, Al-Khazali warned the Sunni political forces that failed to legislate the law to remove American forces from Iraq against trying to think about assuming the presidency of the Council, noting that they would face strong resistance if they tried to do so, just as they did when they broke the voting quorum for the session to remove American forces.
    At the level of political analysis, Hussein Palestine indicated that the best scenario that might be a solution to the outstanding issues is for the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament to remain as interim President of the Council.
    He explained that this proposal was agreed upon among the political forces, and now enjoys the support of independent representatives, which reflects the magnitude of the challenges facing the Iraqi parliament at the present time.
    Analyzes indicate Al-Mandalawi's ability to bring about consensus in Parliament between the conflicting parliamentary blocs, especially with regard to sensitive files such as the withdrawal of American forces from Iraq.
    The consensus of parliamentary blocs is affected by multiple political factors, including political orientations and local and regional interests. There may be differences of opinion between the Shiite, Sunni, and Kurdish blocs about the future of Iraq and its relationship with the United States.
    There are external pressures affecting the decisions of the Iraqi Parliament, including American pressure and pressure from other countries interfering in Iraqi affairs. These pressures may affect Al-Mandalawi's ability to achieve consensus.
    There are internal dynamics in Parliament that make it difficult to achieve consensus, such as internal divisions within political blocs and personal conflicts between representatives.
    Based on these factors, achieving consensus in the Iraqi parliament can be difficult, and may require serious initiatives and sacrifices from different parties. It is important for Al-Mandalawi and the rest of the political leaders to work to strengthen dialogue and enhance confidence between the competing blocs in order to achieve consensus and achieve the interests of Iraq and its people.
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