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    Information / Baghdad...
    It seems that the path to resolving the Sunni-Sunni dispute is completely blocked, regarding winning the presidency of the House of Representatives, which represents the Sunni political leadership.
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    It also appears that the failure of the Sunnis to nominate a candidate to represent them for the presidency of the House of Representatives has pushed this conflict to expand and reach the Sunni tribes, which have agreed with the problems and begun to express their positions in the space of this conflict.
    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.

    Acting Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, refused to present more than one candidate in the third round to elect the Speaker of Parliament.
    The session witnessed clashes and fistfights between members of the Sunni political forces in the House of Representatives
    The Federal Court in Iraq decided to terminate the membership of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Muhammad al-Halbousi, based on a lawsuit filed by Laith al-Dulaimi, a Sunni MP who belonged to the Taqadum Party led by al-Halbousi.
    With the election of 37 representatives from the Taqadum Party during the 2021 legislative elections, Al-Halbousi assumed the leadership of a large Sunni coalition within Parliament, before splits occurred in his camp. 
    Al-Halbousi, the former governor of the Sunni-majority Anbar Governorate, obtained his first term as Speaker of Parliament in 2018, and began his rapid rise, becoming a major player on the political scene, as a result of his policy of exclusion and political liquidation of his rivals within his component.

    These repercussions prompted the Sunni component to seek help from the Shiite house to resolve this dispute, fearing that the matter would develop and withdraw to the popular Sunni street.
    The representative for Nineveh Governorate, Abdul Rahim Jassim, called on the Shiite House to intervene in the crisis that struck the Sunni House after the end of the second round of electing a Speaker of the House of Representatives.
    Al-Shammari told Al-Maalouma, “The Shiite blocs must intervene to find a solution to the tension that occurred within the Sunni House,” warning against “proceeding with a session to elect the Speaker of the House of Representatives without improving the atmosphere and resolving the differences within the Sunni House.”
    He stressed the need for "the Shiite house, represented by the state administration coalition and the coordination framework, as well as Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani, to have a role in ending the disputes that struck the Sunni house."
    He believed, "The Sunni street will witness divisions and problems if things remain as they are and go to an election session for the Speaker of the House of Representatives without a solution."
    It seems that this call for help received an audible voice from the Shiite house, which expressed its readiness to respond and intervene to resolve the crisis and return things to normal.

    This was confirmed by the State of Law coalition, led by Nouri al-Maliki, on Sunday, which expressed its intention to intervene to resolve the dispute that struck the Sunni House, after the session to elect the speaker of the House of Representatives.
    The official spokesman for the coalition, Aqeel Al-Fatlawi, told Al-Maalouma, “The crisis in choosing the speaker of parliament must end between the factions from the Sunni component, as the president’s seat should not remain vacant, indicating that the coalition and the coordination framework are trying to resolve differences.”
    He explained, "The coming days will be enough to resolve matters and proceed with the selection of the Speaker of Parliament, despite the intensification of disagreements and tensions within the Sunni House." Ended 25 n
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