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    Al-Halbousi’s fears and ambitions waste the entitlement of the Sunni component: Parliament events are “planned” - urgent
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    Political affairs researcher Muhammad Ali al-Hakim confirmed today, Sunday (May 19, 2024), that the leader of the Taqaddum Party, Muhammad al-Halbousi, deprived the Sunni component of his entitlement to the position of Speaker of Parliament for his personal benefit, while indicating that what happened yesterday in the parliament building was “planned.” ". 
    Al-Hakim told “Baghdad Today” that “according to all the data and events that took place, Al-Halbousi does not want there to be any new speaker of Parliament, neither from his party nor from outside his party,” noting that he “fears the arrival of any figure who may be a political competitor to him.” And electorally during the next stage.”
    He added, "Political custom confirms that the presidency of the House of Representatives is the right of the Sunni component, but Al-Halbousi squandered this right for his own personal benefit," adding that "yesterday's problem in Parliament was planned to prevent the arrival of a speaker to Parliament, especially from Anbar Governorate," considering that "what happened In the House of Representatives yesterday there was a threat to Al-Halbousi’s influence and power in that governorate.”
    He pointed out that "Al-Halbousi is ready to do anything in exchange for preventing any new speaker from entering Parliament for his own benefit, in exchange for losing the right of the Sunni component."
    Yesterday, Saturday, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, postponed the 25th session until further notice after the failure of the vote to elect a new Speaker of Parliament. Parliament has moved to hold a third round of elections for “Speaker of the House of Representatives” after Representative Salem Al-Issawi, the candidate of the “Azm” bloc, won the election. “Sovereignty and Decisiveness” received 158 votes, and Representative Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani, the candidate of the “Taqadum” bloc, received 137 votes, while 3 votes went to Representative Amer Abdul-Jabbar, and 13 votes were considered invalid (empty).
    The Parliament’s Media Department stated in a statement received by “Baghdad Today” that “the House of Representatives has completed the second round voting process to elect the Speaker of the House of Representatives,” indicating that “the number of voting representatives reached 311 representatives.”  
    The voting process was limited to candidates Salem Al-Issawi, Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani and Amer Abdul-Jabbar, after Talal Al-Zubaie withdrew. 
    One candidate needs 166 votes to win the position of Speaker of Parliament, and in the event that no candidate among them obtains these votes, Parliament will go to a third round of voting among the same candidates except for those who withdraw.
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