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    Spreading dirty laundry, insults, and intrigues... behind the scenes of the Sunni battle over the pr

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    Spreading dirty laundry, insults, and intrigues... behind the scenes of the Sunni battle over the pr Empty Spreading dirty laundry, insults, and intrigues... behind the scenes of the Sunni battle over the pr

    Post by Rocky Wed 29 May 2024, 7:01 am

    [size=38]Spreading dirty laundry, insults, and intrigues... behind the scenes of the Sunni battle over the presidency of parliament[/size]


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    Baghdad / Obelisk Event:
    The crisis in forming the presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives continues due to deep disagreements between the Sunni forces over their candidate for this position, in light of the absence of consensus and the exchange of accusations between the conflicting parties.
    While candidate Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani called for an investigation into the counting and sorting process that took place during the last parliamentary session, accusing his opponents of manipulation, other political forces raised the forgery file attributed to former President Muhammad Al-Halbousi, which was proven by the Iraqi judiciary.
    The intensity of Sunni disputes escalated to unprecedented levels, reaching the point of mutual insults and threats, according to sources. Attempts to buy MPs' votes in exchange for money were also monitored.
    Representative Muhammad Saadoun commented on this crisis, saying: “Halbousi’s attempt, after agreeing with Al-Sadr’s alliance, to win the position did not succeed,” pointing out that “political interests made yesterday’s conflicting leaders friends today.”
    This Sunni impasse comes more than 6 months after Al-Halbousi was dismissed from the presidency of Parliament, in light of the failure of the current council to resolve many important files and laws that concern citizens, according to observers.
    Analysts accuse the Sunni political forces of faltering and being preoccupied with internal conflicts at the expense of national interests, calling for a serious dialogue table to agree on a unified candidate to head parliament and end this crisis that has been going on for months.
    The Iraqi Sunni political scene is witnessing severe tensions and conflicts between various forces and blocs over the position of Speaker of the House of Representatives, in light of the absence of consensus and the escalation of smear campaigns and mutual accusations between the competing parties.
    The battle for the Presidency of Parliament has turned into an arena for settling scores and attacking opponents by publishing so-called “clean laundry” or scandals related to corruption and abuses, in an attempt to weaken the candidates of other parties.
    Some parties also resorted to using verbal violence and threats against their competitors, as cases of insults and insults exchanged between prominent Sunni leaders were observed during the past weeks.
    Matters did not stop there, as attempts to buy the votes of representatives by some candidates were revealed, through attractive financial and in-kind offers to ensure that they would vote for them in the elections for the presidency of Parliament.
    On the other hand, mutual accusations of corruption and forgery emerged between the competing parties, as the forgery file attributed to former President Muhammad al-Halbousi was raised, which was proven by the Iraqi judiciary.
    These practices reveal the intensity of the conflict and the lack of trust between the Sunni forces regarding this issue, in light of their preoccupation with narrow interests and sectarian calculations at the expense of the higher national interest and the ambitions of the Sunni street.
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