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    Al-Halbousi Party calls on Al-Sudani to intervene: We are not a minority, but we want a Shiite gover

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    [size=52]Al-Halbousi Party calls on Al-Sudani to intervene: We are not a minority, but we want a Shiite governor for Diyala[/size]

    [size=45]The Taqadum Party preferred that the position of governor of Diyala go to the Shiite component, while it provided details about the crisis of forming the local government and Al-Halbousi’s alliance with Al-Amiri, indicating that the divisions within the blocs exacerbated the problem, while calling on the Prime Minister and the Secretary-General of the Badr Organization to intervene in Diyala and resolve the crisis. Forming the government before the situation slides into undesirable consequences.[/size]
    [size=45]Jamal Al-Taie, in an interview with the journalist Ahmed Al-Tayeb:
    After the results, we stand far away, outside of progress and outside our identity in Diyala, and we look at Diyala as the son of a monastery, and we must appoint a person to manage it.[/size]
    [size=45]What is happening is a health condition, but we must stay away from partisan and even tribal entrenchment, as they are required to support the state in its choices.[/size]
    [size=45]Muthanna Al-Tamimi gave what he gave to the governorate and took it over while it was under the weight of terrorism, and there is no shame in renewing it, and the other party also has the right to find a new personality.[/size]
    [size=45]Clinging to power has made the citizen in Diyala fearful of what is coming, all interests are stalled, and the reconstruction movement is almost at a standstill.[/size]
    [size=45]The Taqadum Alliance had from the beginning an alliance with the Badr Organization for Renewal of the Governor (Muthanna Al-Tamimi), but the escalation of political conflicts caused divisions within the bloc.[/size]
    [size=45]There are members of the Council who came forward who supported Omar Al-Karawi, and a group of members who came forward who supported Nizar Al-Lahibi, and there was an exchange of roles, and the failure to choose the Speaker of the Council and his deputy played a role in aggravating the situation.[/size]
    [size=45]If a deal occurs, Nizar Al-Lahibi will be with the governor, her football counterpart and another person with the agreement of Bani Tamim, and stubbornness, as is found among the brothers in Bani Tamim, is present in progress at this point.[/size]
    [size=45]Even within Muthanna Al-Tamimi’s bloc, there are those who have reservations about the governor’s work. Diyala has a lack of services and strategic projects. When a guest or an official delegation comes to Diyala, where do you host him? In House? We don't even have a hotel in Diyala.[/size]
    [size=45]Currently, Bani Tamim are not equal among themselves, and this is reflected in the presidency of the Council. The issue is also consensual. I support you for the presidency of the Council, and you support me for the position of governor.[/size]
    [size=45]There are also demographic changes in some areas, such as the villages of Al-Khilaniya and Al-Jabour, which are endemic to terrorism, and when the security forces took them, the area was destroyed due to fighting, and the people were displaced. In some areas, their people returned, and in others they did not.[/size]
    [size=45]It is in the interest of the Sunnis of Diyala that the governor remain Shiite “not because we are a minority, we are not a minority.” Representative Raad Al-Dahlaki proposed an initiative and received the support of some members of the Council, and after Al-Amiri proposed a settlement candidate, Taqadum agreed and supported it. (Why did he reject the position?) Ask the Sunni political blocs themselves. They fear failure, clashes, confrontation, and aggravation in the street.[/size]
    [size=45]The strongest challenge for the next governor is the council itself, because each member has a different opinion and follows a specific party.[/size]
    [size=45]My message to Hadi Al-Amiri and the Prime Minister is to intervene in the Diyala issue and resolve the matter. This issue may lead to internal fighting and security problems, as the situation is worrying in Diyala.[/size]
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