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The coordination framework announces its position on Al-Sadr's call for early elections and the dissolution of Parliament 2022.08.04 - 23:32 Baghdad - people On Thursday, the coordination framework announced its position on the demand of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, to dissolve parliament and hold early elections. A statement of the framework, a copy of which was received by “Nass”, a copy of it (August 4, 2022), stated that it “confirms its support for any constitutional path to address political crises and achieve the people’s interests, including early elections after achieving national consensus around them and providing a safe environment for conducting them, and all of this precedes work on respecting institutions.” Constitutionalism and not to disrupt its work,” stressing in the same regard, “Our roof remains the law, the constitution, and the people’s interest.”
Alaa Al-Rikabi: Dissolving Parliament Without Setting A Date For Elections Means That The Current Government Will Remain Aug 13, 2022 Earth News / The Secretary-General of the extension movement, Alaa Al-Rikabi, said today, Saturday, that the dissolution of Parliament without setting a date for a new round of elections means that the current government will remain. Al-Rikabi wrote in a blog post on the “Twitter” platform, which was seen by Earth News, that “the parliament is now dissolved … without forming a temporary rescue government for a year, for example, and it will be formed of independent ministers, without setting a date for a new round of parliamentary elections, without changing the election law.” What does it mean... it just means that Al-Kazemi and Barham will remain, both of whom have expired, and the government will remain, but without parliamentary oversight.” About ten months after the early parliamentary elections were held in Iraq, the political process is witnessing a blockage, which began with the opposition of the coordinating framework forces on the results of the elections, followed by the suspension of the sessions for selecting the president of the republic by the framework, and the failure to form a “majority government” by the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada Al-Sadr, which prompted the Sadrist bloc’s deputies to resign from Parliament, before Al-Sadr directed his supporters to an open sit-in inside the parliament building in the Green Zone in central Baghdad; In protest against the nomination of Muhammad Shia al-Sudani for prime minister, it was met with an open sit-in similar to the tire crowd in front of the Green Zone gate from the side of the suspension bridge, in response to al-Sadr's calls to dissolve parliament and re-elections after his demand to change the system and the constitution.