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    The “Sunni majority” calls for the inclusion of a clause about electing a new speaker of parliament

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    The “Sunni majority” calls for the inclusion of a clause about electing a new speaker of parliament  Empty The “Sunni majority” calls for the inclusion of a clause about electing a new speaker of parliament

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    [size=52]The “Sunni majority” calls for the inclusion of a clause about electing a new speaker of parliament in the next session: court procedures have no effect[/size]

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    03-02-2024
    The parliamentary majority of the Sunni component of the Resolve, Sovereignty and Decisive Alliances confirmed, on Saturday, to proceed with the election of a president for the Iraqi Council of Representatives, away from the procedures of the Federal Court regarding the case raised regarding the previous president’s election session, calling for the inclusion of the election clause in the next session. .[/size]
    [size=45]The parliamentary majority of the Sunni component of the (Resolve, Sovereignty, and Decisive) coalitions said in a statement, “The parliamentary majority of representatives of the Sunni component, represented by the Resolve, Sovereignty, and Decisive Alliance, the Mass Party, and representatives of the National Contract of the Sunni component and independent representatives, and in the presence of a number of political leaders, met this evening, Saturday, in Baghdad.” To discuss the constitutional entitlement related to the position of Speaker of the House of Representatives.”[/size]
    [size=45]She added in the statement that “the meeting has reached a final agreement aimed at completing this constitutional entitlement and the necessity of completing the procedures for electing a new president of the Council and including it as the first paragraph in the first session of the Council.”[/size]
    [size=45]The majority continued: “Representatives of the Sunni component confirmed that the lawsuit filed before the Federal Court does not affect the election procedures and does not constitute any obstacle to completing this important constitutional process, and that achieving political consensus is necessary to choose a new president of the Council.”[/size]
    [size=45]The statement indicated that “the parliamentary majority decided to continue its procedures to elect a new president from among the candidates confirmed by the Presidency of the Council, and is committed to working diligently to achieve this goal.”[/size]
    [size=45]She called on all political partners to “join this path in order to preserve the political process and respect political norms and the democratic approach, which will enhance political and social stability and contribute to achieving the aspirations of our Iraqi people, especially the residents of the liberated provinces.”[/size]
    [size=45]On the evening of Saturday, January 13, the House of Representatives held an extraordinary session to choose the new Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the first round of voting ended with the victory of the “Taqaddum” Party, Shaalan Al-Karim, with 152 votes out of 314 votes, followed by Representative Salem Al-Issawi with 97 votes, and Representative Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani received 48 votes, Representative Amer Abdul-Jabbar received 6 votes, and Representative Talal Al-Zubaie received one vote. However, verbal altercations occurred inside the Council hall, forcing the Council Presidency to adjourn the session until further notice, and no other session was held until the preparation of this report.[/size]
    [size=45]However, the next day, January 14, the two representatives, Youssef Al-Kalabi and Falih Al-Khazali, filed a lawsuit with the Federal Court that included a request to issue a state order to stop the election session until the case was resolved, due to suspicions of paying bribes to some representatives in order to vote for candidates for the Presidency of the Council.[/size]
    [size=45]A judicial source announced last Tuesday that the Federal Supreme Court decided to postpone the decision on the claim of canceling the session to elect the President of the Iraqi Parliament until the beginning of next April.[/size]
    [size=45]On the 17th of last January, the Federal Integrity Commission announced its launch of investigations into allegations of bribery offers to representatives to vote in favor of a specific candidate for the presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives.[/size]
    [size=45]On Tuesday, the 23rd of last January, the Acting Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, formed a parliamentary investigation committee regarding the allegations that accompanied that session of receiving bribes and money in order to vote for a specific candidate who would be the successor to the expelled Muhammad Al-Halbousi.[/size]
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