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These are the steps to announce the largest bloc in the next parliament

political01:47 - 10/11/2021

 
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, a former member of the Legal Committee, Rabiwar Hadi, revealed, on Monday, the steps to announce the largest bloc in the next parliament.
Hadi said, in an interview with "Mawazine News", that "the announcement of the election results and the approval of the Federal Court will be the first steps in forming the largest bloc and starting the political movement."
He added, "After the completion of these procedures, we will start the constitutional period to assign the largest bloc to form the government."
And Hadi indicated, "The political situation is still ambiguous because the electoral results have not yet appeared, so there is no idea about the next stage."
The Iraqi elections took place yesterday, with an initial participation rate of 41%. Ended 29/A 43

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A leader in resolve: The presidency of the new parliament will be determined by the seats and the agreement of the other partner
  
{Politics: Al-Furat News} The leader of the Azm Alliance, Riyad Al-Samarrai, confirmed the determination of the parliament's presidency through the proportion of parliamentary seats and the agreement of the other partner.
 

the samurai said; The program "State Dialogue" broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel on Sunday evening said that "the statistics published on the election results in Salah al-Din governorate did not exceed 30%."
He pointed to "the low participation rates and the great reluctance of citizens due to the accumulation."
 Al-Samarrai added, "There was a suspension of the voting equipment in many polling stations and it lasted for hours, and because of it the citizens returned to their homes, and many voters, even those who had updated their cards, were unable to cast their votes because of the malfunction of these devices as well."
He continued, "I have diagnosed penetrations in individual cases in Samarra and submitted complaints to the Commission." 
Al-Samarrai added that "the power of the state revolves around obligatory and non-existent with the presence of Parliament, and what is important for the citizen is the oversight aspect in the fight against corruption." 
Al-Samarrai concluded, "We hope that the next parliament will be more professional in terms of the oversight side and that it will identify the important projects of the state, and the parliament's presidency will be determined by the seats and the agreement of the other partner on who will be nominated for this position and the agreement of the political blocs."
And the Independent High Electoral Commission announced, at exactly seven o'clock in the evening, Sunday, the closure of the general ballot boxes for the legislative elections throughout Iraq.
The Prime Minister's advisor for elections, Abdul-Hussein Al-Hindawi, described the early legislative elections as "the best" in the region, while stressing that the circulating results were "inaccurate."

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A legal expert clarifies the next steps in the convening of Parliament and the formation of the government
  
{Politics: Al Furat News} The legal expert, Ali Al-Tamimi, explained, on Monday, the next steps in the convening of Parliament and the formation of the new government.
 

Al-Tamimi told Al-Furat News that, "After announcing the preliminary results in accordance with Article 38 of the Elections Law, we will be before the appeals period set by Articles (18-19-20) of the Commission's Law for a period of 3 days, which is 74 complaints." 
 He added, "As for the appeal against the results, the victim has the right to go to the tripartite judicial body formed under Commission Law No. 31 of 2019 and to appeal his electoral results within 10 days." 
Al-Tamimi indicated that "after the end of the appeals period within 10 days, the tripartite judicial body announces its final decision, and the Board of Commissioners announces the final results of 329 deputies, which are submitted to the Federal Court for the purpose of approval."
He continued, "After the approval of the Federal Court on the final results, the President of the Republic calls, in accordance with Article 76 of the Constitution, to determine the first sessions of the House of Representatives within 15 days."
Al-Tamimi explained that "the tripartite judges panel is formed under the commission. Every decision that may be appealed is submitted to this panel, and its decisions are final."

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Al-Kazemi: We hope that the new parliament will be a council of work and support for the state
  
{Politics: Al-Furat News} The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, on Monday evening, expressed his hope that the new parliament will be a council of work and support for the state.
 

Al-Kazemi said, in a tweet on Twitter, "I offer my sincere congratulations to all the sisters and brothers who won the elections, and I also congratulate the political forces that will form the next parliament, which we hope will be a council of work, building and support for the state."

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Legal experts in electoral affairs presented their analysis and vision for the interpretation provided by the Federal Court to Article 76 of the Constitution, related to the largest bloc tasked with forming the government.
The electoral expert, Adel Al-Lami, said in an interview with “Al-Sabah”: “The constitution stipulates in Article 76 / first of it that (First: - The President of the Republic assigns the candidate of the most numerous parliamentary bloc, to form the Council of Ministers, within fifteen days from the date of the election of a prime minister.” The Republic), which means that this bloc is formed after the winning candidates take the constitutional oath in Parliament, regardless of the results of the elections that resulted in the seats that each party, alliance or coalition obtained. Within Parliament for the purpose of forming a government, or you need to ally yourself with one other list, this facilitates the formation of a non-consensual government or a simple agreement with another list.”
He added, "But if the electoral lists do not obtain a comfortable majority, we will be faced with difficult negotiations and mutual concessions, which will eventually produce a weak consensual government that does not suffer from real opposition, as happened with the fourth, third and second electoral cycles." Al-Lami gave a previous example regarding "the Iraqi List's experience in the 2010 elections, which was the bloc with the most number of seats. With this, a new bloc was formed from the State of Law bloc with other blocs, and this new alliance formed the government."
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The "Coordination Framework" denies issuing a position on the "largest bloc": we have won 90 seats so far
 

  

people - Baghdad  

On Friday, the "Coordination Framework" denied declaring a position on the "largest bloc", after information about reaching a large bloc.  

  

 

  

A statement by the "Coordination Framework", a copy of which was received by "Nass", (October 15, 2021), "no statement or statement was issued by the coordination framework regarding the largest bloc, although the number of winners from its candidates exceeded 90 winners."  

The statement added, "The framework is still following up with the competent authorities that the confiscation of voters' votes must be addressed, and it will continue to do so until the mistake is acknowledged, the errors are corrected, and civil peace is not endangered." 

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The "State of Law" coalition led by al-Maliki has 38 seats so far (Anatolia)
 

Political sources in Baghdad revealed, to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, about a wide movement in the Iraqi capital by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, to form a large coalition comprising more than six political blocs, to obtain the mandate to form the next government from the "Sadr movement" led by Muqtada al-Sadr. , while the recounting of some electoral centers continues after the legislative elections that Iraq witnessed last Sunday.

Al-Maliki's movement aims to collect about 90 parliamentary seats

Al-Maliki’s movement aims to collect about 90 parliamentary seats by forming an alliance that includes: the “State of Law” coalition, which has so far held 38 seats, the “Al-Fatah” coalition , whose number of seats has increased to about 20 so far instead of 14, and “Al-Aqd” The National Party led by Faleh al-Fayyad, head of the "Popular Mobilization", with 6 seats, the "State Forces" alliance with 5 seats, the Virtue Party one seat, and Rights, the political arm of the "Hezbollah Brigades" militia, with one seat, and Sadiqoun, the political wing of the Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq militia. The desired alliance also includes the "Sanad" bloc, which represents the "Jund al-Imam" militia, and similar small blocs of one or two seats, amid assurances that the leader of the "Babylon" militia

 

An official in the Political Bureau of the Islamic Dawa Party (which is led by al-Maliki), who asked not to be named, told Al-Araby Al-Jadeed about “a few days for the features of the new alliance to appear,” noting in a phone call from Baghdad, that “the new alliance includes all Shiite forces.” With the exception of al-Sadr, he can join to form a consensus government." He spoke of "parliamentary isolation" of those who refuse to join the forces of the "Shiite Coordination Framework" headed by al-Maliki, acknowledging the visit of "friendly Iranian personalities", and others that made phone calls during the past two days, with the aim of bringing the views of the political parties together regarding the "unrealistic" election results, on the his expression. And about the personality that the coalition will present to head the government, he said that its candidate will be Nuri al-Maliki.

The current movement brought to the fore the crisis of the "largest bloc in parliament", which may not be far from the 2010 election crisis, in which former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi's bloc won 91 seats, while Maliki's list won 89 seats. But an interpretation described as distorted and under pressure, at the time, of the Federal Supreme Court, it was considered that the largest bloc is not the one who wins the elections, but rather the one that succeeds in forming within Parliament in its first session, which deprived Allawi of the right to form a government.

A member of the "Al-Fateh" coalition, Muhammad Al-Darraji, said in a statement to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, that "the concept of the major bloc is clear and explicit, and we will gather more than 90 seats in the first sessions of Parliament regardless of the final results of Parliament," acknowledging that the formation of a new government may not take place. During 2021 in light of the current tensions, which will surely last if a political agreement is not reached that is satisfactory to all parties.
For his part, Arafat Karam, a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, commented on the current movement in Baghdad, saying that "the coordinating framework of the Shiite forces, on the one hand, rejects the election results, and on the other hand, they constitute the largest bloc," adding in press statements that "this indicates that Nothing, it indicates their recognition of the integrity of the elections and their loss in it."

Al-Darraji: The formation of a new government may not take place in 2021

Commenting on Al-Maliki's movement, the expert in Iraqi political affairs and professor of political studies at the University of Baghdad, Muhammad Al-Obaidi, said that "the crisis will remain within the normal ceiling of Iraq's political crises unless armed factions intervene in it, which does not seem so far guaranteed in light of the statements of these forces." ". Al-Obaidi added, in an interview with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, that "the move of Al-Sadr's freezing of the Saraya Al-Salam group in Diyala and Babil may be an attempt to avoid escalation with other armed forces in the two provinces," noting that "extracting the right to form a government from Al-Sadr, similar to what happened with Al-Sadr." Iyad Allawi, may be met with a major crisis that has security dimensions as well, especially since the Iranian side lost the former settlement man (former commander of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard) Qassem Soleimani, who was influential on all parties, unlike (the current commander of the “Quds Force”) Ismail Qaani. ".
Meanwhile, Iraqi President Barham Salih and Supreme Judicial Council Chairman Faeq Zeidan issued a joint statement, yesterday, Friday, stressing "the concern for the country's security and stability, and work not to be dragged into any escalation that might affect public security," considering that "dealing with the objections of the electoral results" acceptable within the legal context.

In the meantime, the Iraqi Independent Electoral Commission continues the manual counting of votes, confirming in its last briefing yesterday evening, Friday, that there are more than 3,000 electoral stations being manually counted inside the commission's operations center in the Green Zone. Yesterday, Friday, the commission defended itself against the accusations against it by the forces allied to Iran that lost in the elections, stressing that it will end the recounting on Saturday. Imad Jamil, a member of the commission, said that "there are rumors circulated on social media that contained unrealistic information, and no complaints or objections to the voting process appeared until after the results were announced."

Jamil pointed out in a press statement, that "24 hours after the elections, 94 percent of the results were announced, and the rest were the manual counting stations, as a station was selected in each electoral center to manually count its results, and this was confirmed in the first commission conference. after the elections." And the member of the commission stated that "after announcing the results of 8273 public voting, 595 special votes, and 86 for the displaced, they were manually counted. He expected that "the results that are not produced or produced will cause a change that could affect the results and change the equation."

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2 hours ago, wizard1 said:

Al-Darraji: The formation of a new government may not take place in 2021

 

If this happens won't it delay the RI until sometime in 2022 or longer?

Well coming from a member of the Iranian regime you can chalk this statement up to the typical propaganda garbage. 
I’m not an Al-Sadr fan but with him combining seats with a few other blocks he will seat this new government rather quickly is my guess….

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The largest bloc in the Iraqi parliament... Legal controversy and political struggle
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Baghdad - Sky News Arabia

 

 

Part of the Iraqi parliament
 

Part of the Iraqi parliament

As usual, the sharp political and legal debate is renewed over the concept of the largest bloc in the Iraqi parliament, which is entitled to form the new government after each general legislative election.


Iraq elections 2021
Observers believe that the dispute over this bloc has begun since now, despite the lack of final results, amid anticipation and tension, and the high frequency of bickering and political wrangling between the various parties, especially the main competitors, over winning the right to form the next government.

What made matters worse, according to legal experts, is Article 45 of the new election law No. 9 issued in the year 2020, where the confusion increased, which states: “No deputy, party, or bloc registered within an open electoral winning list has the right to move to a coalition or A party, bloc, or other list except after the formation of the government immediately after the elections, without prejudice to the right of open or individual lists registered before the elections from the coalition with other lists after the elections.”

While Article 76 of the Iraqi constitution states: “The President of the Republic assigns the candidate of the most numerous parliamentary bloc to form the Council of Ministers within fifteen days from the date of the election of the President of the Republic.”



 

And to talk about this chronic problem that recurs every election cycle, Hatif al-Rikabi, adviser to parliamentary committees in the Iraqi parliament, told Sky News Arabia: “It is known that the issue of the largest bloc has sparked and continues to raise widespread controversy throughout parliamentary sessions, and it is known that the concept of the largest bloc that It was adopted by the Iraqi Council of Representatives in various previous sessions, and it is the bloc that is formed after the elections from several parliamentary coalitions.

Al-Rikabi adds: "The issue is very sensitive and thorny, and it will undoubtedly be in dispute once the first session of the new parliament is held."

And he added, “The issue has two sides. The first is that the dispute over this constitutional text means referring to the State Council to request interpretation, and then transferring the ball from the court of the Federal Court, which decided on the matter to the Commission, and the second part is that the text of the constitutional article 76 framed this issue, It is the basis for organizing this part related to the formation of the executive authority, which may allow the consideration of the text of legal article 45 of the new election law for the year 2020, as a text contrary to the constitution as interference in the organization of a purely constitutional issue, especially since article 76 did not refer to the existence of the need to issue a law regulating it. , that is, adapting this article as a violation of the constitution, because the legislative authority is outside its jurisdiction, and since the decisions of the Federal Supreme Court are final, they will prevail in the end, and this is my reading of the scenario of what will happen after the elections in terms of deciding on the issue of who is the largest bloc.


Iraq.. Appeals against the election results will continue for 10 days
 

No legal text, whether legislation, law, instructions, decision, or regulation, can contradict the constitutional text, as the Iraqi Parliamentary Adviser explains by saying: Those concerned, such as the Constitutional Court and the High Electoral Commission, apply the constitutional text, not this law.”

In turn, Muhannad Al-Janabi, a professor of political science, said in an interview with Sky News Arabia: "This is not the first time that all this controversy has been raised on the issue of the largest bloc. The problem is in the years 2010 and 2015 and after the resignation or rather the dismissal of Adel Abdul-Mahdi in 2019, and its decision is that the largest bloc is either the winning bloc in the elections, or the alliance of two or more blocs, to form the government.

Since the dispute that erupted between Iyad Allawi and Nuri al-Maliki, over the eligibility of either bloc to obtain the government mandate in 2010, this constitutional interpretation is in force as it has become a constitutional custom, as al-Janabi explains.

And about what the differences over the largest bloc will result in this time, the Iraqi academic says: “Now either the Sadrist bloc will be able to form the government, and this requires it to complete the necessary quorum of 165 seats, or it will be formed by the coordinating framework that includes the rule of law and Fatah, and although Article 45 of the Law The elections prevent the merger between the blocs, but they do not prevent the alliance between them. Thus, for example, Nuri al-Maliki can form the largest bloc by allying with the Shiite coordinating framework forces, and this means the exclusion of al-Sadr in theory, without neglecting the possibility of an agreement with the Sadrist movement, as happened in previous sessions. As a result of political quotas, the formation of the government is generally linked to consensus and agreement among Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds on the three presidencies as one package, which is the parliament and the republic, and then the government.

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 2021-10-17 07:46
 

Shafaq News/ The independent candidate who won the elections, Basem Khashan, revealed today, Sunday, a movement taking place among the "winning independents" in the October elections for the purpose of forming a large parliamentary bloc that includes "independent deputies" only.

 

Khashan told Shafaq News Agency, "There are movements and consultations to form a bloc of independents and movements associated with Tishreen to be an opposition bloc or to form the next government," noting that "the consultations have actually started, and the number of deputies for this bloc will exceed 40."

 

And he indicated, "The large bloc that includes independent representatives, will be far from the Sadrist bloc or the rule of law bloc and the rest of the traditional political forces," noting that "this bloc will be able, through that number, to question any minister, as well as activate the oversight and legislative work, away from any political pressures and deals."

 

The independent candidate who won the elections, Basem Khashan, had seen in a previous interview with Shafaq News Agency, that the winning lists emanating from the October protests had two options, either to proceed with forming the new federal government, or to form a "strong and influential" opposition bloc.

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A legal interpretation of the meaning of the caretaker government, its validity and the constitutional duration of its work
 

Baghdad -  

Legal expert Ali Al-Tamimi explained, on Friday, the meaning of the daily caretaker government, its validity and the constitutional duration of its work.  

  

Al-Tamimi said in a blog post, which was followed by “Nass” (October 22, 2021), that “the daily caretaker government is a government that lacks powers for the purpose of carrying out some necessary work.”WhichThey are usually in the transitional stages, the elections stage, or an emergency stage, and they are not entitled toDeciding on important and crucial matters according to the theory (the continuation of public utilities), because people’s issues cannot be disrupted, as the state cannot stop, and these actions do not expose the government to political consequences due to the absence of Parliament.  

He added, "This is what is meant by these actionsIt is the normal that is non-deterministic and by which life does not stop, and the constitution specified this period at 30 days in articles 61 and 64, and most of the world’s constitutions specified that30 days, as in Germany and South Africa. The period should not be long, except within the limits of the national interest.  

He pointed out that "the oversight of the daily caretaker government is from the administrative judiciary, where its decisions can be appealed before it,It's called a narrow appeal."  

He explained, "The caretaker government does not have the right to propose amending the constitution, enacting laws, concluding agreements or entering into them, not even contracts with states or appointments to special grades, or in short, every work that needs parliamentary oversight... It is a government that is already finished with the end of the parliament from which it came. ".  

And he indicated that "what businesses have the right, for example, to sign contracts between ministries, to withdraw an amount for the payment of salaries, so their range is only one month."  

He pointed out that "he may question the caretaker government if it exceeds the limits of its work from the judiciary or the next parliament in accordance with articles 329 and 240 of the Penal Code." 

  

 

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A 'massive' change.. About 80 percent of the next parliament will have new faces
 

  

Baghdad - people  

Statistics indicate the victory of more than 265 new deputies in the fifth parliamentary session, after the Electoral Commission announced the results, counting and manual counting, and the remaining results of a number of stations.  

  

 

  

  

According to a census conducted by the "Nass" website, more than 80 percent of the House of Representatives for the fourth session was replaced by new representatives.  

  

Less than 65 deputies in the fourth parliamentary session retained their parliamentary seats in the next session.    

  

The most notable change was in Najaf Governorate, where its voters replaced all previous parliamentarians in the fourth session.  

  

The voters also replaced all the MPs in the previous session of the Muthanna Governorate, except for MP Faleh Al-Sari, who managed to retain his parliamentary seat.  

  

The previous Iraqi election law did not lead to any surprises with regard to the replacement of parliamentarians. As for the new law, when applied, it may reveal dramatic changes in the number of blocs.  

  

  

For the first time, the country is experimenting with the application of a law that replaces the vacant parliamentary seat with the one with the highest votes among the losers, while the replacement in the previous law was taking place from within the bloc, meaning that the vacancy of a deputy seat belonging to bloc (S) would lead to granting the seat to another person from the same bloc. .    

  

Fifthly, Article 15 of the applicable election law, No. 9 of 2020, states the following:    

If any seat in the House of Representatives becomes vacant, the candidate with the highest number of votes in the electoral district shall replace it.    

This article has faced criticism on the grounds that it may change the component balances in some mixed regions, in the event of the death, or even the assassination of, representatives.    

  

According to the law, the parliamentary weights will change with the wave of deputies ascending to executive positions, and assuming the formation of the next government cabinet from winning deputies, or their assumption of executive positions in special grades or others, talking about the rise of about 30 losing deputies to take over parliamentary seats as replacements, it will be a matter. Logically, given the number of personalities required to occupy positions in the cabinet, unless the experience of "technocratic" ministers is repeated.    

But the change in the weights of the parliamentary blocs after the formation of the government may not be as effective as it was during the struggle to form the largest bloc.    

  

Below are some of the supposed applications of the new law, which are based on the latest figures issued by the Commission:  

  

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Election results in all governorates after adding counting stations and manual counting  

  

Baghdad  

The second constituency - Rusafa - Baghdad, may be the most fortunate to be replaced, so any of the "ruler of Zamili, Maha al-Douri, Hassan al-Kaabi" from the Sadrist bloc received executive positions, which would directly mean the rise of the losing deputy " Hassan Salem"  from the Sadiqoun bloc to Parliament.    

  

In the sixth constituency - Al-Rusafa - Baghdad, the former Minister of Defense, " Khaled Al-Obaidi" , is waiting for a vacancy of a seat out of four, which is now occupied by "Aisha Al-Masari, Ali Al-Saadi, Muhammad Al-Qadri, and Abbas Al-Jubouri", and Al-Obeidi will have the opportunity to enter Parliament directly.    

  

In the seventh constituency - Al-Rusafa - Baghdad, the former MP,  "Inhasan Al-Gharawi" , from the State Forces Alliance , will be able to regain her parliamentary seat, in the event that the seat of "Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani" becomes vacant for him to take up a government position, or any of the other winners in the constituency, "Safa Al-Tamimi, Mohammed Al-Sudani, Ibtisam Al-Tamimi.    

  

The famous candidate " Kamel is stubborn " (his electoral propaganda was used as a material in Al-Bashir Show's satirical program) he will be able to obtain a parliamentary seat for the ninth constituency - Rusafa - Baghdad, if two out of three seats become vacant, now occupied by the former governor of Baghdad "Atwan Al-Atwani." And "Star Al-Atabi" and "Ibtisam Al-Budairi".    

  

In the eleventh constituency - Karkh - Baghdad, the leader of the Badr Organization "Moin Al-Kazemi"  and the former deputy  "Hamad Al-Moussawi" are waiting for   two seats, respectively, if two seats out of 5 are now occupied by the winners, "Alia Nassif, Mahdi Al-Khikani, Taqi Al-Farajallah, Hassanein Al-Khafaji." Nasreen Al-Hujaimi.    

  

In the "hot" constituency 12 - Karkh - Baghdad, the former deputy " Mohammed Al-Karbouli" will be able to  take his seat, as soon as the seat of one of the winning representatives becomes vacant, "Gandhi Al-Kazani, Ali Al-Musawi, Ali Al-Saadi, Hussein Saeed Al-Rubaie, and Shaima Al-Obaidi."    

  

Karbala  

In Karbala, the third district, the candidate of the extension movement, " Zia Hindi" , will be able to enter parliament, if the seat of any of the four winners "Muhammad Al Ali, Raed Al-Fatlawi, Ahmed Al-Ammari, and Ibtisam Al-Ibrahimi" becomes vacant.    

In the first constituency, if the former Minister of Housing, and the current winning deputy from the Sadrist bloc, Tariq al-Khaykani, receives an executive position, he will vacate his seat to the candidate of the Al-Fateh Alliance, " Hussein Ali al-Yasari ."      

  

Kirkuk  

In Kirkuk, the first constituency, the seat of one of the five winners, "Shakhwan Abdullah, Amid Faydullah, Dilan Zangana, Sabah Wahhab, and Muhaimin Al-Hamdani" will have to become vacant so that the losing candidate " Muayyad Al-Daoudi " can get his seat, while the former deputy " Ala Talabani" will have to Waiting for the seat of the winning MP, "Dylan Ghafoor Zangana" to become vacant, and for the imbalance in the percentage of women's representation, to take her place.    

  

As for the second constituency, the losing former MP "Khaled Al-Mafraji" will not benefit   from the vacancy of the winning MP's seat, "Arshad Al-Salihi" because the losing candidates,  "Sawsan Jadoua and Gharib Al-Maradili"  , respectively, precede Al-Mafraji on the "reserve bench."    

  

In the third district of Kirkuk, winners, and winners (quota) are both MP "Mohammad Tamim" and the governor of Kirkuk "Rakan Said" and "Mona al - Jubouri," According to the figures, will need tribal leader  "descriptive Asi"  to a vacancy one of the men winners to receive his seat, But Al-Assi announced on his personal page that he won the seat, and published a video in which a UNHCR official said, "Mako Kota" in response to a journalist's question.    

  

Nineveh  

In the fourth district in Nineveh province, he has won so far all of the "Ibrahim cellar Al Othman, Mohammed Farman al - Jubouri, and Nayef DBAs Shammari, seat quota for women's nights Younis Atto", and waits for the former MP , Mukhtar al - Musawi"  vacancy of any of the seats for men to regain his parliamentary seat.    

  

Dhi Qar  

In the event that the head of the extension movement, the winner of the first constituency in Dhi Qar, Alaa Al-Rikabi, assumes an executive position, or resigns, his replacement will be the losing Sadrist bloc candidate,  "Ghazwan Al-Ghazi .   "  

But if the seat of the winning representative of the Sadrist bloc becomes vacant, in the same constituency, Amira Abdel-Rasoul, her replacement will be  "Amal Al-Nasiri"  from the Al-Fateh Alliance.    

The chance of the former representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance,  "Walid Al-Sahlani" regaining  his seat in Parliament, depends on the vacancy of the seat of one of the winning MPs, Dawood Al-Taie, for the extension, or Ghayeb Al-Amiri from the Sadrist bloc, or within Radi Al-Hamidi from the rule of law.    

As for the vacancy of the seat of the Sadrist bloc's deputy, "Marwa Al-Kinani", this will mean the rise of the candidate for the "Conservative" party,  Haifa Hussein .    

The prominent leader in the State of Law coalition, " Katea al-Rikabi",  will need two vacancies out of the three, which will be filled by "the Minister of Labor in Al-Kazemi's government, the winning representative, Adel Hashush, the winning deputy from the extension of Kazem Al-Fayyad, and the deputy of the Sadrist bloc, Ammar Al-Salman."    

The candidate of the "Rights" movement in the fifth constituency, Mohsen Al-Amer , will need to displace two seats out of the three that will currently be occupied by the winning MP from Falah Al-Hilali extension, the winning MP from the State of Law Aref Al-Hamami, and the winning MP from the Sadrist bloc Ghassan Al-Saidi.    

  

Najaf  

In Najaf, the leader of the Al-Wafa movement,  "Adnan Al-Zarfi", will have  a chance to regain his seat from the first constituency, if one of the four MPs takes an executive position, "the independent Muhammad Anouz, or Hassan Al-Adhari Al-Dalfi from the Sadrist bloc, or the independent Hadi Al-Salami, or Aqil Al-Fatlawi from the state of law.    

  

Basra  

In the first constituency in Basra Governorate, if the seat of the winning governor, Asaad Al-Eidani, becomes vacant, his successor will be the "independent" and leading candidate in the Popular Mobilization Authority " Alaa Al-Haidari" .    

The road to Parliament will be clear in front of the head of the “FAO Zakho” gathering, the former Minister of Transport, “ Amer Abdul-Jabbar”  from the second district in Basra, provided that one of the four seats he now occupies will be vacant: “Uday Awad for Al-Fath, Amer Al-Fayez and Ali Ashwan for Tasmeem, and Iyad Al-Masalih for thoracic mass.    

The former Basra Provincial Council Chairman, Sabah Al-Bazouni , is awaiting a vacancy in the seat of either "Ali Al-Jourani from the State Forces Alliance, or Muhannad Al-Khazali from the Sadrist bloc, or the independent Haitham Al-Zarkani" to replace him.    

  

Anbar  

In the first constituency in Anbar Governorate, if former Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi decides to occupy an executive position, he will give his seat to the candidate of his rival Azm Alliance, " Issa Sayer al-Issawi" .    

As for Anbar Governor Ali Farhan Al-Dulaimi's assumption of an executive position, it will not change the equation, because his replacement will be from the same party,  Ahmed Al-Alwani , the candidate of the Progress Alliance in the second constituency .    

In the third constituency, the representative of Hibat al-Halbousi's progress will have to remain in parliament, because a vacancy in his seat will mean the ascension of " Fares al-Fahdawi"  from the Azm Alliance to Parliament.    

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The Presidency of the Republic determined, today, Sunday, its position on the largest bloc and the formation of the new government, while indicating the possibility of amending the Provincial Councils Law.
The legal advisor to the Presidency of the Republic, Munif Al-Shammari, said in a press statement, "The Iraqi constitution specified that the President of the Republic assign the candidate of the largest bloc to form the government," noting, "In the Presidency of the Republic we are waiting for the formation of the largest bloc."
He added, "If it is formed, it will adopt the name of a candidate for prime minister, and the President of the Republic is obligated, according to the constitution, to grant confidence to the candidate."
On the provincial councils law, Al-Shammari stressed that “there is no amendment to the law at the present time,” noting that “the law was amended in 2019 and this is the last amendment to the law.”
He pointed out that "it is possible to make an amendment to the provincial council law during the new session."

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  Baghdad: Omar Abdul Latif 
 
A meeting, hosted by the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, yesterday, Tuesday, which included the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faeq Zeidan, and a number of leaders and representatives of political forces, concluded “the need to unite ranks and spread a spirit of national understanding to ensure security and stability in the country, strengthen national unity, preserve the democratic path and give priority to The highest interests of the country, the adoption of democratic frameworks and practices to protect and promote civil and societal peace, and reliance on dialogue in solving problems and differences in viewpoints.
The meeting indicated that "objections to the electoral process are acceptable and guaranteed in electoral laws and regulations, and must be followed up, and that their expression and dealing with them are in accordance with legal and peaceful methods, with an emphasis on the role of the Electoral Commission and the competent judicial body to follow up on the file."
He stressed "the importance of concerted efforts and joint action in order to move towards the national benefits that await the country, and the formation of a parliament that expresses the people's will and aspirations for reform, development, improvement of living and service conditions, and the formation of an effective government that protects the higher interests of the country, responds to challenges and entitlements and ensures equal opportunities for citizens." and the advancement of the economy, trade, development and infrastructure.
In the meantime, the Board of Commissioners of the High Elections Commission, at the conclusion of considering the appeals, “taken a decision to open a number of stations according to the appeals that were submitted, amounting to more than (2000) stations distributed among the various governorates, based on legal procedures published through the official website of the Commission. ", explaining that the counting and sorting process will start from Nineveh Governorate, today, Wednesday, from eight in the morning until five in the evening, followed by Babil Governorate on Thursday, while Friday will witness the start of the process of counting and sorting the contested stations on the Rusafa side (Baghdad). .
In the same context, a member of the media team, Muhannad Mustafa, told Al-Sabah: "The commission will start counting and sorting 70 boxes manually from Nineveh Governorate, starting from (today, Wednesday)."
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The Presidency of the Republic issues a statement on the meeting of political forces
  
{Political: Al Furat News} The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, hosted today, Tuesday at Baghdad Palace, a meeting that included the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faiq Zaidan, and a number of leaders and representatives of political forces, where they discussed the general situation in the country and the legislative elections that took place on October 10 .

The meeting stressed, according to a presidential statement, a copy of which was received by the Euphrates News Agency: “The need to unite ranks and spread a spirit of national understanding to ensure security and stability in the country, enhance national unity, maintain the democratic path and give priority to the higher interests of the country, and adopt democratic frameworks and practices to protect and promote civil and community peace, and stability.” To dialogue in solving problems and differences in viewpoints.

The meeting indicated that “objections to the electoral process are acceptable and guaranteed in electoral laws and regulations, and must be followed up, and that their expression and dealing with them is in accordance with legal and peaceful methods, with an emphasis on the role of the Elections Commission and the competent judicial body to follow up the file and take care and complete seriousness in considering all complaints and appeals submitted.” to the electoral process in a professional, impartial and transparent manner, as a necessity in order to enhance confidence in the electoral process.

The meeting stressed the importance of concerted efforts and joint action in order to move towards the national benefits that await the country, and the formation of a parliament that expresses the will and aspirations of the people in reform and development, improving living and service conditions, and forming an effective government that protects the higher interests of the country, responds to challenges and entitlements, and ensures equal opportunities for citizens. and the advancement of the economy, trade, development and infrastructure.

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A member of Al-Fateh: We insist on the general manual counting and sorting, and the device that preserves the results in Britain at present
  
{Politics: Al Furat News} A member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Ali Al-Fatlawi, announced the alliance's insistence on manual counting and sorting of ballot boxes.
 

Al-Fatlawi said; The "State Dialogue" program, broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel on Tuesday evening, said that "the protesters are still eagerly waiting for a response to their demands for manual counting and sorting," noting that "the President of the Republic's statement today contributed to absorbing public anger."
"The demonstrators feel a great injustice to their voice being stolen, and they are disciplined and demand peace," he added.
 Al-Fatlawi continued, "The commission was a reason to torpedo the political process and escalate in its response to the appeals," revealing that "the device that preserves the election results is currently in Britain."
And, "The commission will fall between the jaws of the law and society in the event that tampering with the results is proven, and the whole democracy may be undermined, and we insist on the manual counting process."
The member of the Al-Fateh Alliance concluded, "One of our constants is not to drag Iraq into the abyss, despite the injustice of the Commission, Iraq remains a red line."
Today, Tuesday, at Baghdad Palace, the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, hosted a meeting that included the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faiq Zaidan, and a number of leaders and representatives of political forces, where they discussed the general situation in the country and the legislative elections that took place on October 10.
The meeting indicated that objections to the electoral process are acceptable and guaranteed in electoral laws and regulations, and they must be followed up, and that their expression and dealing with them is in accordance with legal and peaceful methods.
Emphasizing the role of the Electoral Commission and the judicial body competent to follow up on the file and to take great care and seriousness in considering all complaints and appeals submitted to the electoral process in a professional, impartial and transparent manner, as a necessity in order to enhance confidence in the electoral process. 

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He will be a rude Iraqi who does not belong to this or that party. This is what leaders objecting to the election results spoke of, according to the so-called coordination framework, in their question about the personality of the next prime minister, at a time when observers see that the consensus and once again will force themselves to nominate this position.
 

Conditions put forward by those objecting to the election results in their question about the specifications of the prime minister and how he will be. The answer was clear and meant that the president's personality would not emerge from one bloc without the approval of the rest of the blocs that will participate in forming the government.
 

Since the political scene is close to blockage, especially within the Shiite house, observers see that consensus is the only way out of the cycle of differences, and no bloc, whether winning or losing, can form the government without returning to coalitions that gather opponents with friends, even if they are formal or temporary.

Consensus once again may impose itself on the mechanism for choosing the personality of the next prime minister, provided that the Iraqi by desire is not partisan and does not belong to any party. Political leaders opposed to the election results.
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