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    A "negative" political outlook towards progress after Saturday's incident... and expectations of its

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    Post by Rocky Tue 21 May 2024, 4:31 am

    A "negative" political outlook towards progress after Saturday's incident... and expectations of its disintegration soon

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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    The Bayraq Al-Khair bloc considered, today, Monday (May 20, 2024), that the Taqadum Party is approaching “complete fragmentation,” noting that what happened in Saturday’s session proved the party’s weakness and the loss of its last cards. 
    The Secretary-General of Bayraq Al-Khair, Muhammad Othman, said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “no two people disagree that what happened in the voting session for the Speaker of the House of Representatives two days ago showed the undoubted weakness of the Al-Halbousi alliance,” considering that “the chaos that occurred was an insult to him before.” The others showed that he lost his last cards, so he was forced to adopt a fight scenario to postpone the session.”
    He added, "Salem Al-Issawi has become the winner in the eyes of most members of the House of Representatives, and any upcoming date for voting will be a decided session in his favor," pointing out that "any postponement will not change the result that all the leaders of the blocs know about, including the leaders of the Taqaddum coalition."
    He pointed out that "the last parliament session reflected 3 important messages, which are the weakness of the Alliance for Progress agreements and changing the compass of the representatives, contrary to the will of the leaders of their blocs and the desire for change. This is what produced results that were not expected by some, but it is a parliamentary choice that broke the will of consensus."
    He continued, "Losing an advance for the presidency of the House of Representatives will inevitably lead to comprehensive fragmentation and the defection of its most important leaders to join other blocs," pointing out that "it is just a matter of time."
    Last Saturday, the second round session to elect the Speaker of Parliament witnessed a state of chaos led by members of the Taqadum Party who admitted to working to “sabotage” an attempt to hold the third round session after candidate Salem Al-Issawi led with the number of votes in the second session, which amounted to 157 votes, which made his victory decided in the election. In the third round, 166 votes were obtained, but a violent quarrel broke out among members of the council to prevent the session from being held.
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