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    Post by Rocky Sun Feb 18, 2024 6:17 am

    The "tug game" in Kirkuk may be decided between 6 parties: the largest by the number of parties sharing the positions
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    Baghdad today - Kirkuk
    Today, Sunday (February 18, 2024), a member of the Kirkuk Provincial Council revealed the latest agreement to resolve the issue of forming the local government in Kirkuk through a meeting of the State Administration Alliance, where 6 parties and parties will participate in the positions, which is the highest division of positions among the rest of the provinces.
    The member, who refused to reveal his name for partisan reasons, said in his interview with “Baghdad Today” that “the situation in Kirkuk is very complex, and solutions cannot be reached by members of the Provincial Council, since each component adheres to its position and its right to name the governor.”
    He added, "The leaders of the blocs in the state administration, led by Bafel Talabani, leader of the National Union, Khamis al-Khanjar, head of the Sovereignty Alliance, Muhammad Tamim, Arshad al-Salhi and others, are the ones who will decide the fate of Kirkuk."
    He pointed out that "the currently proposed solution is to assign the position of governor to the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the position of head of the provincial council to the Arab coalition headed by Rakan al-Jubouri, while the position of first deputy head of the provincial council is given to the Kurdistan Democratic Party, the position of first deputy governor to the Turkmen, and the position of second deputy." for the Leadership Alliance, and granting the position of Assistant Governor to the Christian component.”
    Kirkuk Governorate is witnessing a great paradox, which shows the effectiveness of the "numbers game", as the door becomes blocked on deciding the local government in the governorate that witnessed the largest number of electoral participation compared to all other governorates.
    The governorate’s council consists of 16 seats, in which the Kurds and their various parties hold 6 seats, and one Christian seat is lined up with them, making their total 7 seats out of 16 seats. This makes them need two additional seats to be able to achieve a majority quorum and hold the first session of the governorate council.
    On the other hand, the Arabs have 6 seats, and the Turkmen joined them with two seats, making a total of 8 seats, which makes this “league” need only one seat to achieve a majority and form the local government, which means that the “Arabs and Turkmen League” are the closest to achieving a majority because they need For only one seat, while the Kurds need two seats, according to the analysis of the political section of the “Baghdad Today” newsroom, but it seems that the “polarization game” did not succeed and neither party was able to attract an additional seat from the other party, which makes consensus the only way.
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