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    Al-Mandalawi and the acting Presidency of Representatives... it is likely to continue until the end

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    Post by Rocky Fri 01 Mar 2024, 4:52 am

    [size=38]Al-Mandalawi and the acting Presidency of Representatives... it is likely to continue until the end of the parliamentary session[/size]


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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: The process of electing the Speaker of the House of Representatives in Iraq is one of the sensitive political challenges that requires the consensus of the various political forces, especially in light of the sectarian and ethnic diversity that exists in the country, and consensus must be achieved between the various parties, including the Sunni and Shiite forces, from In order to secure political and institutional stability in Iraq.
    It appears that the Shiite forces do not express much concern about the delay in the election of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, as the current situation remains favorable to their political interests.
    The closest solution is to reach an agreement on a compromise candidate to end the parliamentary presidency crisis, so that he meets the ambitions of the various forces and maintains the balance of power in the country.
    It is noted that there is a distribution of Sunni forces between two competing movements, which increases the challenges facing the process of electing the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
    The Federal Court's decision not to issue a preventive order to stop the election of the Speaker of the House of Representatives sends a clear message to the political blocs of the necessity of completing the democratic process.
    However, the Sunni forces warn of the danger of losing the right of the Sunni component to head the House of Representatives, which highlights the importance of reaching a quick and just solution to this crisis.
    The court issued a brief statement postponing the session until the beginning of next April.
    The First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, assumes the presidency of Parliament.
    Parliamentary viewpoints believe that the realistic solution is for the acting Speaker of Parliament, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, to remain to manage the representatives until the end of the current session.
    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, political analyst 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.
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