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The UN Security Council looks forward to a comprehensive Iraqi government: consensus is the best solution to problems by Moahmad Editor Iraq news 1 Hour ago The UN Security Council looks forward to a peaceful, comprehensive Iraqi government, and observers confirm: consensus is the safest to solve problems After the statement of the UN Security Council on the Iraqi elections, which expressed its aspiration to form a comprehensive, peaceful government, observers indicated that the chances of the national majority declined after this position, stressing that the consensus between the political parties is the safest to solve intractable crises. It seems that the question about the shape of the next government has begun to be answered through some comprehensive and peaceful local and international positions. This is what the UN Security Council is looking forward to in its talk about the government formation after its broad welcome to the election’s success. This means that there is a clear international position that pushes towards a consensual government that includes everyone, not a majority. according to what he sees The chances of the national majority in light of positions looming political consensus seem to be in decline despite the insistence of some winning blocs to go towards a majority government formed by the winner and established by the loser, but this insistence still faces a wide front of objectors and rejecters. The aspirations of the UN Security Council for a comprehensive, peaceful government are much like the aspirations of most of the political forces that are currently working behind the scenes on a government formation that balances between consensus and the majority, even if it is under a new name.