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    There is no agreement to hold the session, and the Arabs are clinging to the position.. Kirkuk is aw

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    There is no agreement to hold the session, and the Arabs are clinging to the position.. Kirkuk is aw Empty There is no agreement to hold the session, and the Arabs are clinging to the position.. Kirkuk is aw

    Post by Rocky Mon 26 Feb 2024, 2:32 pm

    There is no agreement to hold the session, and the Arabs are clinging to the position.. Kirkuk is awaiting a second round under the auspices of the Sudanese



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    Shafaq News/ Kirkuk Provincial Council member from the Western Bloc, Raad Saleh, revealed on Monday that there is no agreement to hold a council session during the current week, pointing out that everyone is going towards holding the session at the table of Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani.
    Saleh told Shafaq News Agency, “The Arab bloc sees that there is no agreement to hold a council meeting in the governorate building, but rather all the blocs are preparing to present the demands paper at the upcoming meeting of Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani,” noting that “the date of the meeting for the winning blocs will be Next Sunday at three in the afternoon.”
    He added, "The Arabs will present a paper of demands explaining their position. There is rapprochement with the Turkmen members, and work is underway to present a unified paper at the Prime Minister's meeting. This means that the council will not be held this week."
    In response to a question about the demand for the position of governor for the Arabs and the existence of a specific personality, Saleh stressed that “the Arabs are committed to the position of governor, as it is an electoral entitlement for the Arab masses in Kirkuk, and the blocs will not agree on a specific person for the position, but there is agreement on the necessity of forming the Kirkuk administration and activating the council after listening to the Special demands of the Kurds.
    He pointed out that "the talk about a joint administration for two years between the winners did not receive the support of the Arab members, and it is best to agree on nominating a governor and council president according to the agreements. The demands of the Kurdish members will be heard and discussed at the Prime Minister's meeting next Sunday."
    It is noteworthy that Kirkuk Governorate held its first elections since the year 2005, on December 18, 2023, in which the Kurds won seven seats, divided into 5 seats for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, two seats for the Kurdistan Democratic Party, and one seat for the quota (Babylon), bringing the total number of seats to eight, and in return it won The Arabs have six seats, divided as follows: the Arab Alliance has three seats, the Leadership Alliance has two seats, and the Pan-Arabism Alliance has one seat, while the United Iraqi Turkmen Front got two seats.
    The electoral scene became complicated in the process of equality in the number of seats between the Kurds, Arabs, and Turkmen (8-8), which led to the inability of any of them to form the local government.
    Federal Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani sponsored a meeting of the political forces that won the Kirkuk Provincial Council elections, and announced an “agreement of principles” to proceed with the formation of the local government in the province.
    The attendees announced the formation of a "Kirkuk Administration Coalition" from all the winning forces in the Provincial Council, headed by the Prime Minister until the implementation of constitutional entitlements in forming the local government. They also agreed on the program, its mechanism, and the internal regulations of the coalition.
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