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    Al-Sadid: The Speaker of Parliament will be elected according to the conditions of the Shiite compon

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    Today, Thursday, the head of the National Forces Alliance, Wadah Al-Sadid, considered that the election of the Speaker of Parliament depends on the conditions of the Shiite component, indicating that there is no real leadership for the Sunni component; While he stressed that the constitution accepts the existence of a “western region,” but we do not want it.


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    Al-Sadid said in his interview with the (Twenty) program broadcast by Al-Sumaria TV, that “the representatives of the Sunni component established themselves only by building houses superior to the Abbasid palaces and collecting money in full view and with encouragement from the other party,” indicating that “the new speaker of parliament will be elected according to the conditions of the Shiite component and his acceptability to them.” ".


     
    He added that "obtaining any sovereign position in Iraq is exclusively in the hands of the Shiites," explaining that "there is no real leadership for the Sunni component and they are all just election slogans."
     
    He continued, "Those who dominate the Sunni political scene have worked to weaken the leaders and leaders by buying off some of them with cars, money, and gifts, or political pressure by exploiting the position," stressing that "the political decision is in the hands of the Shiite component because they possess money, weapons, and power, and they can impose their will with many decisions." They talk about a partnership that suits them, not one that serves everyone, and the differences over the position of Speaker of Parliament are among the Shiites, not the Sunnis, because they were the ones who adjourned the session to elect the new president and they were the ones who set the conditions.”
     
    Al-Sadid pointed out that “the Sunni component was fragmented into empires, and Al-Halbousi was able to weaken the Sunnis with the approval of the other party and their silence regarding many of his wrong decisions, and thus he took control of the Sunni political decision and took the lead on the scene,” adding that “the two Sunni alliances must choose a real, honest and independent figure who has a decision and presents it and not partisanship so as not to serve only its affiliations.”
     
    Al-Sadid continued, “The weakest influence on Iraq with the political decision is the countries that support the Sunni component, and the evidence is that they supported Al-Kazemi and he did not remain in a second term,” noting that “the state has become the hands of the component parties and the people are fed up, and we hope that the Sudanese will keep the constitution in mind and give the entitlements, jurisprudence, and activation of Where do you get this and the protection of the judiciary?
     
    He pointed out that "there is a flaw in those who control the political system in Iraq because Shaalan Al-Karim was not held accountable for his affiliation to the Baath Party before being nominated for the presidency of Parliament, and the recycling of faces under the name of submission to parties (a political farce)," indicating that "we hope that the new Speaker of Parliament will be neither one of the advances nor Sovereignty so that the Sunni component can breathe, and Al-Halbousi is the head of a party and not a leader, and if his administration had been successful, he would not have left the House of Representatives and would not have provided anything to the Iraqi provinces.”
     
    He stressed that "Osama Al-Nujaifi is the best person to assume the position of presidency of the House of Representatives, and during his reign there was a parliament and Iraq," considering that "the American occupation is the reason for what is happening in Iraq, in order to ensure their survival."
     
    Regarding the establishment of a “western region,” Al-Sadid said, “The constitution accepts the matter and does not oppose it, but we do not want it and those who promote it are the ones who have lost everything and are using it as a pressure card on the Sudanese government,” stressing that “the external and internal will also do not allow this, and we will use the tribalism card if This project was proposed so that the region would not be led by a subservient person and become a leader, in addition to dividing Iraq.”
     
    The head of the National Forces Alliance concluded his speech by saying, “The sit-ins in the western governorates began as real and were politicized as was the case in October,” noting that “as a matter of decency and humanity, the girl who raised a picture of Saddam on her hat should not be fired because what she did might be emotional and not a promotion because of the Baath Party.” "It ended after the occupation of Iraq."
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