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    Shaalan Al-Karim and Article 12 increase the problems of progress... dispersion dominates the positi

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    Shaalan Al-Karim and Article 12 increase the problems of progress... dispersion dominates the positi Empty Shaalan Al-Karim and Article 12 increase the problems of progress... dispersion dominates the positi

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    [size=52]Shaalan Al-Karim and Article 12 increase the problems of progress... dispersion dominates the positions of the Sunni component[/size]

    [size=45]Every time that passes increases the dispersion of positions within the Sunni House. All the factors and data currently present do not herald an imminent date for resolving the issue of the presidency of Parliament. Disagreements are increasing and rifts are continuing. What made matters worse is the withdrawal of the Shaalan Karim Taqadum Party candidate from the race to win the “seat.” President,” which will force the Orange Party to choose an alternative to him, and this is not possible unless Article 12 of the bylaws of the House of Representatives is amended at a time when political forces, especially those competing for the position, refuse to move towards this option.[/size]
    [size=45]A member of the House of Representatives, Karim Al-Daoudi, said in an interview with Al-Mada: “There is a dispersion in the positions of the Sunni forces on the issue of choosing a new speaker for the Iraqi House of Representatives, at a time when we need to unify their opinions in order to proceed with resolving this issue.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Daoudi calls on the Sunni forces in particular to “advance, prevail, and resolve to unite opinions and come up with a candidate to fill the position of Speaker of the Fifth Session of the Iraqi Council of Representatives,” noting that “there is a discussion taking place to resolve this issue within the next two weeks, maximum.” But despite that talk, a problem emerges that hinders the decision, represented by Article 12 of the Parliament’s internal regulations. Without amending it, this means that the Orange Party, led by the dismissed Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, will not be able to nominate a representative to compete for the position, especially after its candidate, Shaalan al-Karim, withdrew and declared his “innocence” even from the election. progress. According to Al-Daoudi, “There is a problem related to amending Article 12 of the bylaws, so that the Taqadum Party can nominate an alternative figure to Shaalan Al-Karim,” explaining that “if it goes to a second round and that article is not amended, this means that the Taqadum Party will not be able to present a new candidate.” Therefore, he is eliminated from the competition for the position, and according to the data, the presidency of Parliament goes to Salem Al-Issawi.”[/size]
    [size=45]It is noteworthy that, on January 13, the House of Representatives held a session dedicated to electing the new Speaker of Parliament, while it was satisfied with the first round, which was presented by Al-Halbousi’s candidate, Shaalan Al-Karim, with 152 votes, while his competitor, MP Salem Al-Issawi, received 97 votes. The candidate must obtain an absolute majority, i.e. 165 votes, to obtain the seat of Speaker of Parliament. It was then scheduled to hold a second round confined between the top two candidates who received the highest number of votes in the first round, but the acting Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, adjourned the session to notice. Another due to quarrels that occurred between members of Parliament.[/size]
    [size=45]Last January 14, the Federal Supreme Court received a lawsuit to invalidate Shaalan Al-Karim’s nomination for presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives. The lawsuit was filed by Representative Youssef Al-Kalabi and Representative Faleh Al-Khazali, and the lawsuit included a request to issue a state order to stop the election session until the lawsuit is resolved.[/size]
    [size=45]Last February, the Federal Supreme Court rejected the lawsuit filed before it to invalidate Shaalan Al-Karim’s nomination for the position of Speaker of the House of Representatives.[/size]
    [size=45]On the first of this month, the Federal Court rejected the lawsuit to cancel the session to elect the Speaker of Parliament. Last Wednesday, April 17, MP Shaalan Al-Karim, the candidate for the presidency of Parliament, announced that he was withdrawing his candidacy for the presidency of the Council and his withdrawal from the “Taqaddum” party headed by Muhammad Al-Halbousi, attributing this to “unjustified confusion that was based on injustice, slander, and betrayal of those closest to us, and to move away from the ongoing controversy,” ( According to his expression). Sunni forces are still competing for the presidency of Parliament, since the removal of Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi from his position in November of last year after he was convicted of forging the resignation of Representative Laith al-Dulaimi, amid an “unknown future” for the position of “president.”[/size]
    [size=45]It is noteworthy that the head of the Taqadum Party, Muhammad al-Halbousi, said last month that “First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohsen al-Mandalawi, hopes to delay the decision on the position of Speaker of Parliament because he remains in the position in the (acting) form.”[/size]
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