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    Race for the Presidency of Parliament.. The Sunni conflict is worsening

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    Post by Rocky Sun May 19, 2024 6:25 am

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    What happened during the session of the House of Representatives to elect a Speaker of the House of Representatives, including skirmishes between representatives of the Sunni blocs, is considered shameful against this institution.

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    Rather, what happened expresses the depth of the differences and division between the Sunni blocs, and the struggle over the position of presidency of the House of Representatives, which many believe that whoever gets it will get the Sunni leadership.
    The House of Representatives voted on the candidates for presidency of the House of Representatives, but no candidate obtained the legal percentage (half plus one), that is, 166 votes, to hold this position.
    The candidate of the Azm and Al-Sayyada blocs, Salem Al-Issawi, received 158 votes, and the candidate of the Taqadum Party, which is headed by the dismissed Speaker of the House of Representatives, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani, received 137 votes.
    The failure to resolve the issue of the presidency prompted members of Al-Halbousi’s party to create arguments and quarrels inside Parliament, as a result of which the security forces charged with protecting the Council intervened, forcing the Speaker of Parliament to adjourn the session until further notice.


    It seems that Al-Halbousi was afraid that Al-Issawi would reach this position for many reasons, including his loss of Sunni leadership on the one hand, as well as his loss of his position in Anbar, given that Al-Issawi is from the same governorate.
    This matter was dismissed by the leader of the United Anbar Alliance, Muhammad Dahham, who saw that the Sunni leadership was linked to the position of Speaker of Parliament.
    Dahham told Al-Maalouma, “The Sunni House has been accustomed to leadership since 2005 until the present day, as whoever holds the presidency of Parliament is the leader of the component.”
    He added, "The Sunni component does not have tribal, religious, or political leadership. Rather, the presidency of the House of Representatives is the leadership of this component."
    He added, "If the Sunni component loses the presidency of the House of Representatives, it will lose this leadership."


    Legal expert Ali Al-Tamimi confirmed that the House of Representatives has the right to hold a third round to choose one of the candidates for the presidency of Parliament, noting that there is no legal objection to that.
    Al-Tamimi told Al-Maalouma that “if a president is not elected, there will be a new session at another date,” noting that “the basic condition is for the candidate to obtain 166 votes, and the ballot will be secret and direct.”
    He pointed out that “there were new sessions during which he must take place.” Candidate on this percentage.
    While the representative of the Fatah Alliance, Ali Turki, said that the return of Sunni disputes plunged Parliament into a new crisis, even though most of the political forces were determined to resolve the issue of the presidency of Parliament.
    He told Al-Maalouma, “The other Sunni political parties are trying to prove their presence by obstructing the decision of the presidential position.” End 25 n.

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