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    Al-Maliki ordered the representatives to be absent from the session “to remove the Americans”... his

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    Post by Rocky Wed Feb 28, 2024 3:22 am

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    Statements of Abbas Al-Moussawi
    Al-Maliki ordered the representatives to be absent from the session “to remove the Americans”... his advisor


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    The advisor to the head of the State of Law coalition said that the absence of young people and Sadrists from elections and politics is “a very big danger,” and therefore the coordination framework itself is looking for an amendment to the election law to address this, stressing that the head of the bloc, Nouri al-Maliki, recommended that the representatives not attend the parliament session that was devoted to discussing the removal of the forces. American, because it is a “government matter.”
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    Al-Maliki's advisor: The lurkers have gloated over us and a party within the framework broke the agreement and we lost Wasit


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    Abbas Al-Moussawi, with journalist Hisham Ali, followed by the 964 network:

    The majority are working to introduce a new electoral law and introduce new mechanisms to encourage participation.
    There is a large percentage of the people who did not participate in the elections, and a movement of the size and presence of the Sadrist movement is isolated outside political work, and (reviewing the law) are factors in order to encourage people. We have a class of youth that is terrible and large and very dangerous in its reluctance to participate.
    The issue of (reinstating the multiple constituencies law) was not officially raised, but we heard from 75% of the leaders preparing for it in the upcoming elections.
    Our message, which we do not give up on, is always that weapons should be the responsibility of the state and not harm civilians, whether it is a tribal, partisan weapon, or any other type.
    Political stability exists somewhat. We are certainly not in Switzerland, but when we look at the regional and international reality and the conflicts that are going on, the most stable country now is Iraq, and all the neighboring countries dream of coming to invest or work in Iraq. We have economic and political stability and the world is confusing, so here is Kuwait, which has had democracy for 50 years. Year and day, the House of Representatives topples ministries and holds new elections.
    We are now stable, and even the ministerial change that Al-Sudani spoke about has disappeared and no one is talking about it. Part of that is a political consensus, and another part is Al-Sudani’s feeling that if one of his ministers is interrogated, even if he is a failure, then that would be targeting him. Al-Sudani was upset when Nabil Jassim was interrogated, because This is considered part of obstruction to his government, but in reality otherwise, interrogation is a payment for his government.
    After the crisis of Mr. Al-Halbousi, Parliament began to recover somewhat, and the representatives began to exercise their real role.
    [color:f1be=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0)]Al-Maliki was prime minister for 8 years and understood the law and understood Parliament (regarding the Parliament session on the American forces). He recommended to the representatives that it is not your role, meaning that it is not Parliament’s role, and the quorum was not achieved because the parliamentarians understood that this is not their role, and that it is the government’s responsibility.
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