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    The obsession with leadership is over... and Al-Halbousi’s party is inevitably fleeting

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    The obsession with leadership is over... and Al-Halbousi’s party is inevitably fleeting Empty The obsession with leadership is over... and Al-Halbousi’s party is inevitably fleeting

    Post by Rocky Fri 14 Jun 2024, 4:25 am

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    [size=52]The obsession with leadership is over... and Al-Halbousi’s party is inevitably fleeting[/size]

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    06-13-2024
    Since the Federal Court’s decision to dismiss the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, due to Laith Al-Dulaimi’s lawsuit, Al-Halbousi has lost the Sunni leadership that he had deluded himself with. Rather, he worked to rearrange his papers in order to dominate the Sunni scene again, and all his attempts failed. His deputies withdrew between From time to time, he reduced his political size, until the withdrawal of 11 representatives from his party made him appear like a grain of wheat in the large field of politics.
    The party's audience was convinced that the latter's betrayal of him came as a result of his adherence to decisions and the imposition of dictatorship within the party, which forced most of his deputies to leave it. This departure is the first step in the end of the political party's life, so a major question remains: how long will Al-Halbousi and his party continue to struggle for survival, and when will this obsession with leadership end? .[/size]
    [size=45]*It ended politically
    . Speaking about this file, member of the State of Law coalition, Saad Al-Muttalabi, considered Al-Halbousi’s attempts to persuade some Sunni parties as compensation for his failure in the political process, while he confirmed that Al-Halbousi’s party had ended politically.
    Al-Muttalabi said in a statement, “Al-Halbousi has ended politically, and his attempts to persuade some political blocs are a cover-up for his failure in the political process,” noting that “Al-Halbousi has lost his ability to influence the political blocs.”
    He continues, “Al-Halbousi’s party will inevitably disappear, if not in the next elections, then in the elections that follow and after that there will be no political movement called progress,” pointing out that “the end of Al-Halbousi’s party will take place in a gradual process that begins with his surrender of the presidency of the House of Representatives and the withdrawal of most of the party’s representatives and ends.” By losing the trust of his remaining audience.”[/size]
    [size=45]What affects the Iraqi citizen in general and not the Sunni citizen is the disruption of the work of the House of Representatives through Al-Halbousi’s commitment to the position of Speaker of Parliament.[/size]
    [size=45]*Chaotic sessions.
    In addition, member of the State of Law coalition, Haider Al-Lami, expected that the House of Representatives would have a more chaotic session to elect the president than the previous one due to the lack of consensus and divisions that have been plaguing the parties recently.
    Al-Lami said in a statement, “The intervention of the Shiite parties to resolve the issue ended because of throwing charges and considering them as those obstructing the decision of the position,” noting that “the next session, even if it takes place after the legislative recess, will be more chaotic than the one that preceded it.”
    He continues, “The leaders of the Sunni component have no real movement to agree on a settlement candidate, and the new session is of no use,” pointing out that “the recent defections and the withdrawal of 11 deputies have made the matter more complicated.”
    It is noteworthy that more than 8 months have passed since the dismissal of Al-Halbousi from the House of Representatives, and the Sunni blocs have not agreed on a single figure to manage the House, which obstructs the work of legislation and the oversight role within Parliament. Ended 25/C[/size]
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