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    Kirkuk faces a new obstacle.. “No minister can be nominated for the position of governor”

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    Post by Rocky Sun 24 Mar 2024, 7:01 am

    Kirkuk faces a new obstacle.. “No minister can be nominated for the position of governor”



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    Shafaq News/ The former head of the Legal Committee in Kirkuk Provincial Council, Maan Muhammad Al-Hamdani, considered, on Sunday, talk about nominating current ministers in the federal government to fill the position of acting head of the local government in Kirkuk as “not possible.”
    Al-Hamdani told Shafaq News Agency, “The new Kirkuk Provincial Council, whose results were announced by the Election Commission about two months ago, has become legal, and its members enjoy legal and legitimate cover.”
    He added, "After 15 days had passed, the acting governor of Kirkuk, Rakan al-Jubouri, called the council to convene, and a number of council members, including the eldest council president, attended for the purpose of holding the first session. Due to the Arabs and Turkmen not agreeing with the Kurds, no session was held until today."
    He added, "Managing the governorate by proxy by any minister is neither permissible nor possible, because the council and its membership are specified in accordance with the governorate council elections law. According to Law 20, the House of Representatives can dissolve the governorate council and hold new elections in the event of disagreement. Likewise, the law did not specify the time period for the purpose of Agreement on sharing powers between the winning blocs.
    Al-Hamdani confirmed that “Kirkuk went through a crisis in forming the local government in the year 2017 after the law enforcement operations, as there was an administrative vacuum after the withdrawal of the late former governor of Kirkuk, Najm al-Din Karim, and 13 members from the Kurdistan Democratic Party to Erbil, and at that time the Arab and Turkmen members, and members of The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Party worked to elect a governor and hold a session for the provincial council, but we were not able to.
    He pointed out that "the withdrawal of the members of the Democratic Party, along with the former acting head of the Kirkuk Provincial Council, Rebwar Talabani, in 2017, and the inability to gather members for the purpose of holding a session. The deputy governor was named to the position of acting head of the local government at that time, and the Kirkuk Provincial Council was unable to convene, and the previous council remained Until the end of 2019, when the decision was issued to dissolve the local councils, and Governor Rakan Saeed Al-Jubouri continued to run the position by proxy.”
    It is noteworthy that Kirkuk Governorate held its first local elections on December 18, 2023, since 2005, 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 In return, the Arabs won six seats, divided as follows: three seats for the Arab Alliance, two seats for the Leadership Alliance, and one seat for the Pan-Arabism Alliance, 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 two meetings 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.
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