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3 hours ago, Artitech said:

Looks like the fat lady is singing on this deal! JMHO :cowboy2:

 

51 minutes ago, dinarbeleiver said:

I remember years ago being told this willl happen when the news is bad and no one expects it

 

I agree.  

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4 hours ago, horsesoldier said:

That being the case & what U say is certainly a possibility... Right now the news is pretty bad so let's go IQD Globally recognized...😆

Timing is perfect with bankrupt cities and governments, ETC., ETC. The International groups need to create money out of thin air.  Not so thin though because they’ve been planning their rescue plan since 2003.

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Wait til Sadr starts blowing things up......It's going to get a lot worse over there!!    Bad thing now is that he knows the in and outs of the government lay out.    He has a Very very large following of people/army.   Keep watching closely!!   I guarantee those other politicians are worried and nervous.    

 

Dinarbeleiver I truly hope you are correct and that this is a smoke screen, but I doubt it.   We are dealing with the "Kicking of the can" Politicians continue to get paid and line their pockets (Corruption) while we and the citizens of Iraq wait for our day!

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Iraq: Forces within the "coordination framework" call for new elections

 
Saturday - 26 Dhu al-Qi'dah 1443 AH - 25 June 2022 AD
 
 
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Iraqi parliament session (Reuters)

The Victory Coalition, one of the components of the Shiite coordination framework in Iraq, warned today, Saturday, that “establishing a four-year rule period according to the election battles, parliamentary withdrawals and political blockage, will keep the governing equation fragile, anxious and likely to collapse at any moment.”
The bloc led by former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi stressed that it seeks to "re-establish the legitimacy of the damaged political process." She called for "the production of a governance equation capable of survival, success and serving the people, which requires an unchallenged electoral process, and a streamlining of the formation of executive and parliamentary structures, which were not achieved in the light of the 2021 elections and their aftermath," as reported by the German News Agency.
And she warned that establishing a ruling equation “on the basis of skepticism, exclusion, rivalry, and political quota service would deepen the crisis of the political system, which necessitates reconsideration and realization of the political will for a legitimate and sound project line for the next stage of governance in order to succeed in leading the state’s path and performing its functions.”
The leader of the "Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq" faction, Qais al-Khazali, had confirmed that the political process has now become more complicated after the withdrawal of the Sadrist bloc from the political process and its resignation from Parliament.
Khazali, whose faction is one of the most prominent components of the Shiite coordination framework, said that the withdrawal of the Sadrist bloc representatives "is not a solution, but rather means that the problem has shifted from one method to another." He added that "the normal procedure is the occurrence of a political agreement to repeat the elections, provided that its law is amended, electronic voting is canceled, and important changes are made in the Independent High Electoral Commission."
In turn, the "National State Forces" coalition called for the formation of a transitional government that would end with holding new elections, the duration of which would be agreed upon, to restore the street's confidence in the political system.
Since the Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr announced the resignation of all deputies of the Sadrist bloc from the Iraqi parliament on the 12th of this month, the
Shiite Coordinating Framework Forces have become the largest bloc in the Iraqi parliament, with about 130 deputies.

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 2022-06-24 12:06
 

Shafaq News/ The Secretary-General of the National Masses Party MP Ahmed Abdullah Abdul-Jubouri "Abu Mazen" announced on Friday his withdrawal from the Sovereignty Alliance led by Khamis al-Khanjar and his return to the Azm Alliance headed by Muthanna al-Samarrai.

In addition to "Abu Mazen", the National Jamahiriya Party includes three deputies (Haitham Al-Zahwan, Bushra Al-Qaisi and Rahima Al-Hassan).

Abu Mazen said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, "The National Jamahiriya Party was and still seeks to gather the political parties under the umbrella of the national umbrella, and for purposeful joint action. the democratic process.

He added, "We were in a strong and cohesive alliance, but Muqtada al-Sadr's decision had a significant impact on changing the map of alliances, and that is why we respect his decision, and al-Sadr remains an Iraqi national symbol that has a place in our hearts and the hearts of his followers, but the democratic political action of allies can differ, and that in terms of Not a complete break, but an attempt to work with different points of view, in whatever way we are.”

Al-Jubouri stressed his "continuing to work hard to save their areas from the effects of terrorism and the wars of liberation, rebuild them again, and deliver services to them, to be fully prepared for their people and for all displaced families to return properly, especially the people of Jurf al-Sakhr, al-Awja and some areas of Salah al-Din. We forget the role of our security forces, including the army, the police, and the Popular Mobilization Forces, and the fatwa of the wise reference in its liberation. We also seek to approve a general amnesty law, do justice to the innocent, and reveal the fate of the disappeared and the kidnapped. We also call on our partners to move seriously and continuously to end the militarization of cities and uncontrolled weapons and to return the spirit of the law to them, which makes us also emphasize the support of the judiciary in any endeavor, to be the decisive factor Everything that is going on is resolved fairly and away from political influences, and we are seriously looking for a strong next government that begins by holding a national political and economic dialogue, and listening to the opinions of specialists on economic reform, fixing contracts and reforming state institutions.”

Abu Mazen continued, "Out of the logic of commitment to these goals and the attempt to continue to achieve them, we in the National Masses Party decided: to withdraw from the (Sovereignty) alliance, and return to our previous alliance, which is the (Al-Azm) alliance."

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Shafaq News / The Alliance of National State Forces, headed by Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Wisdom Movement and former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, announced today, Friday, a political initiative to manage the next stage, and while it indicated that the crisis is still ongoing, it confirmed that the next transitional stage ends with new elections with the formation of a "governance equation". Moderation to be reassured by the "participating and non-participating political forces" in the government.

 

In the text of the initiative received by Shafaq News Agency, the coalition said that "the Iraqi reality, today, is very complex, dangerous and open-ended, and it is not controlled or coherent, and the actors in it are many, and conflicting to the point of contradiction, and any new failure this time will lead to unconventional scenarios," noting that " The real challenge is not to form a judgment equation whatever it is, but rather to its type that is able to maintain it, and staying here is related to the nature of the factors that produce the judgment equation, and to the ability of the judgment equation to deal with the various challenges by their nature and actors.

 

And the coalition warned that "considering the crisis is over and working with the mentality of victory, it is a mistake and the crisis exists, and it is also wrong to build the next on the basis of the present fords of disagreement, conflict, and engagement, and the next on the basis of a permanent constitutional stage. An exclusionary ruling equation will deepen the feeling of loss and injustice."

 

The coalition added that "producing the equation of the next ruling on a factional, personal, narrow or adventurous basis, and not taking into account the labors, repercussions and reactions of the influential forces, is a mistake. Not being keen on being qualitative, serious and surprising, is also a mistake, as a ruling equation is capable of restoring the confidence of political forces, reassuring the street, and achieving a qualitative achievement, even at the minimum level.

 

And the State Forces Alliance stated that “stiffness or flexibility in managing the stage is a mistake, for rigidity alone leads to contradiction and refraction, and flexibility alone leads to weakness. Loss and what is required are rigidity and flexibility with wisdom, appreciation, responsibility and determination at the same time, in dealing with thorny and dangerous issues,” noting that “relying on The international community alone is wrong, because it does not provide solutions. The world is preoccupied with itself and ignoring its convictions is also unsound, and we need plans, projects and local visions to succeed and continue to implement them, not vacillation and stagnation, and able to win the world’s trust.

 

The coalition added that "betting on academic knowledge only and ignoring leadership ability and crisis management is a mistake, because to confront and manage crises we need leadership with vision, experience, will and realistic ability to make the state project succeed and save the system," noting that "the pillars of the governance equation are neither victor nor loser, and all A winner, painful concessions while preserving principles, neutralizing the next stage, the transition of the next stage, the transfer of major controversial files and collective management.

 

The State Forces Alliance pointed out that “the ruling equation, given that the next phase is transitional, ends with new elections, the duration of which is agreed upon, and the formation of a balanced, moderate governance equation, a place of international regional acceptance, and a place of reassurance for the participating and non-participating political forces in the government, in order to guarantee the unity of the national ranks and the basic tasks of the next government. He pointed out that “administering the transitional period that ends with new elections, to restore the street’s confidence in the political system, and to ensure qualitative achievements regarding files of corruption, security, services or sovereignty, and to declare principles reassuring (and attractive) inside and outside by the government-forming forces, for important and thorny files, and as support for to the government.”

 

The Alliance of State Forces noted that "the specifications of the leadership of governance, which are the scientific and political qualifications associated with expertise, competence, integrity, practical experience, and leadership represent a state of reassurance for the participating and non-participating political forces in the government and national neutrality on the basis of non-alignment, political balance and regional and international acceptability, to ensure the creation of a supportive environment and environment and government performance. Not biased to any political party, with written pledges and commitment to a political reference for the government that determines public policy and strategic issues.

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 2022-06-24 06:20
 

Shafaq News/ A member of the House of Representatives from Najaf Governorate, Fatima al-Issawi, announced on Friday that she has withdrawn from the "Extension" movement that stemmed from the Tishreen protests, and that it is carrying out parliamentary work independently without affiliation.

Yesterday, Thursday, al-Issawi took the constitutional oath before the Iraqi parliamentarian, among the 73 members who replaced the resigned members of the Sadrist bloc, by order of their leader Muqtada al-Sadr.

Al-Issawi said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, "I am now completely independent and do not belong to any party now, and all the best to the brothers in the extension of those who carry in their chest are the real project that the souls of the martyrs called for before they rose to the sky, and I will work to ensure that all means of communication are Open to everyone.

The extension movement won 9 seats in the Iraqi parliament, and most of its deputies are activists in the protest squares, but it was exposed to splits that led to the dismissal of its Secretary General, Alaa Al-Rikabi.

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 2022-06-24 13:06
 

Shafaq News/ The Secretary-General of Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq, Qais al-Khazali, ruled out forming a new government after the Sadrist movement withdrew from the political process, calling for a political agreement to re-elections.

Khazali said in an interview with elites and analysts, which was followed by Shafak News Agency, commenting on the resignation of the Sadrist bloc's deputies, that "the defect is now deeper and more complex, and it is not possible to form a government in calm conditions and it can succeed."

He added, "I call for a political agreement to re-election after amending the electoral law, canceling electronic voting and making important changes in the commission."

This comes  in the wake of an extraordinary parliamentary session held by the Parliament, headed by Muhammad al-Halbousi, and attended by 202 deputies, which saw 64 new deputies take the constitutional oath, instead of the Sadrist bloc's deputies who resigned last week in response to an invitation from the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr.

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Mosul is at the forefront of the cities that have been destroyed (Ismail Adnan Yaqoub / Anatolia)
 

The withdrawal of the "Sadr movement" from parliament and the political process in Iraq raises questions about the fate of issues and files that were within the understandings of the "Sovereignty" coalition, the political representative of the Sunni Arabs and the main partner of the "Sadr movement" in the project of the government of the "national majority", which was the condition of the religious leader Iraqi Muqtada al-Sadr, after winning the parliamentary elections.

The files of the kidnapped and the disappeared, the general amnesty, the reconstruction of destroyed cities, the withdrawal of militias from neighborhoods and residential areas, and the return of the displaced to their cities without conditions, among other issues, were among the understandings of the "Sovereignty" coalition, which includes the "Progress" movement headed by Muhammad al-Halbousi, And "Azm" headed by Khamis Al-Khanjar, with Al-Sadr. But the withdrawal of the "Sadr movement" made the balance go in favor of the "Coordination Framework" alliance, the umbrella group for the forces allied to Iran, which officially announced the start of its movement to form the new government .

 

The files of the kidnapped and the disappeared, the general amnesty and the reconstruction of the destroyed cities, topped the understandings of the Sadrists and the Alliance of Sovereignty

The Coordination Framework and its allies, from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, the Azm alliance, the Tasmeem alliance, the Babylon bloc and independent deputies, have approximately 140 deputies (out of 329), which means that the framework is unable to form the new government. Without allying himself with the "Sovereignty" coalition and the Kurdistan Democratic Party, for the purpose of holding a session to elect the president of the republic with a quorum of two-thirds of parliament members, i.e. 220 deputies, according to the recent Federal Court decision.

The "Sovereignty Alliance" program in Iraq

The program of the two main political blocs on the Sunni Arabs in Iraq, "Progress" and "Azm", in the regions of Baghdad, Anbar, Diyala, Salah al-Din, Nineveh, Kirkuk, northern Babil, Basra and other cities, during the last elections, mainly focused on these files and promises to work on resolving them. This came before the two parties allied themselves in one bloc called the "Sovereignty Alliance", headed by Khamis al-Khanjar, and the current Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, plays a leading role in it alongside al-Khanjar.

The withdrawal of the Sadrists makes the task difficult

An MP who resigned from Parliament from the "Sadrist movement" said that the Sadrists' withdrawal from parliament made ending the suffering of Iraqis in the Sunni Arab-majority regions of northern and western Iraq, "and removing injustice from them, a very difficult task for the Sunni Arab political forces."

The resigned MP, who asked not to be named, confirmed to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed that "the understandings between the two parties included a government that would end the file of depopulated cities controlled by militias and return their people to them, compensate those affected by the battles, turn the page on internal displacement, rebuild cities, and stop The spread of militias and armed factions outside the plan of the Joint Operations Command within cities and residential neighborhoods.

The understandings also included, according to the source, "amending the general amnesty law to include granting prisoners, whose confessions were proven to have been extracted under torture or because of a secret informant, the right to request a retrial."

 

The resigned MP added: "Such rights are not believed by the coordination framework, and he may promise to implement them, but he will not do, as he did during 2018 during the (Al-Bina) coalition, which promised to achieve those demands of the Sunni forces, but none of them were achieved, not from the government." Adel Abdul-Mahdi, nor from the current Mustafa Al-Kazemi government. He considered that "a prime minister like Jaafar al-Sadr (who was al-Sadr's candidate to form the government) was able to move the political process to a new stage."

The resigned MP from Najaf province continued, "Our withdrawal will affect the opening of these files for the people of the liberated cities," adding that "Sadr (Muqtada) had assured both Khamis al-Khanjar and Muhammad al-Halbousi, in a previous meeting, that he supports the political movement to correct the situation in the areas northern and western Iraq," adding that "the negative impact may reach the position of Speaker of Parliament himself, as we hear veiled threats that they may withdraw confidence from Al-Halbousi and support his replacement."

For his part, a member of the "Sovereignty" coalition, Raad Al-Dahlaki, told Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, "The political crisis or the delay in forming the government, or withdrawals from Parliament, do not mean that we have relinquished the strategic goals of the alliance (sovereignty), and this is what we promised our audience during the period of elections, and we will spare no efforts to achieve these goals.”

Al-Dahlaki added that "the security turmoil and the aggression of armed groups, during the period of the war against ISIS, led to the absence of thousands of Iraqis from the Sunni Arab regions, a file no less important than the file of the displaced, and we want to know what happened to them, and where they are now?", stressing "The demands will remain constant for the alliance in any negotiating movement we have with other political parties and forces."

As for "Progress" party member Ali Al-Issawi, he told Al-Araby Al-Jadeed that "the withdrawal of the Sadrists affected the political process as a whole, not only the Sovereignty Alliance." He stressed that the alliance's understandings with the Sadrists are "continuous and not interim, and our vision in future negotiations with any political party stems from the demands of the public in our areas, starting with stopping violations, files of the disappeared and areas seized by armed groups, in addition to the displaced, and ending with the reconstruction of the areas, especially homes and infrastructure.

Consequences for the people of northern and western Iraq

The people of different cities in Iraq organize from time to time vigils to demand the disclosure of the fate of their disappeared children , and other vigils demanding the government to fulfill the promises of rebuilding their destroyed homes , as the number of houses that were completely demolished in the northern and western regions of Iraq is estimated to be more than 250 thousand homes and housing units (apartments). . Mosul and Ramadi are at the forefront of cities in terms of widespread destruction.

The governments of Adel Abdul-Mahdi and Al-Kazemi promised to fulfill the demands of the Sunni Arab forces, but they did not

An expert in Iraqi political affairs, Ahmed Al-Nuaimi, told Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, "The residents of the stricken areas are the most affected by the current political crisis, as they pushed for the delay in the current year's budget, and the emptiness of the reconstruction fund from the project funds allocated to them, and then they were affected by the escalation before The armed factions that recently entered the crisis line and carried out a series of armed deployments as messages to the opponents of the coordination framework, and are now threatened with losing hopes of achieving their demands.

And Al-Nuaimi indicated that "a state of anxiety prevails in those areas, as the formation of a new government by the coordination framework forces means that Nuri al-Maliki's policy may return again in their areas in one way or another, with the consolidation of quotas and greater dominance of militias in their areas," considering that "the alliance with the Sadrists was a right choice for the forces." Sunni politics.

For his part, a political activist in Salah al-Din Governorate, northern Iraq, Kitab al-Mizan, considered that the withdrawal of the Sadrist movement's representatives "can be considered as abandoning its allies who bet on it, because the (Sovereignty) alliance was strongly based on its positions on its alliance with al-Sadr."

Al-Mizan added that "the coordination framework alliance has become the largest bloc after al-Sadr's withdrawal, which will force the Sunni forces to deal with a new reality, and it may be without condition." In a telephone conversation with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, the political activist indicated that "it is difficult to deal with the rights of the people of those areas with the forces of the coordinating framework, part of which is primarily involved in their suffering."

 
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Al-Jubouri announces his withdrawal from sovereignty and to join Azm
  
{Political: Al Furat News} The Secretary-General of the National Mass Party, MP Ahmed Abdullah Abdul-Jubouri, announced his withdrawal from the Sovereignty Alliance.

Al-Jubouri (Abu Mazen) said in a statement: “The National Masses Party was and still seeks to gather the political parties under the umbrella of the national umbrella, and for meaningful joint action. We were in a strong and cohesive alliance, but Muqtada al-Sadr's decision had a great impact in changing the map of alliances, and for this we respect his decision, and Mr. al-Sadr remains an Iraqi national symbol that has a place in our hearts and the hearts of his followers, but the political action of allies can differ, and that is not in the case Completely, but an attempt to work with different points of view.”

He added, "In whatever way we are, we affirm that we will continue to work hard to save our areas from the effects of terrorism and the wars of liberation, rebuild them again, and deliver services to them, so that they are fully prepared for their people and for all the displaced families to return properly, especially the people of Jurf al-Sakhr and al-Awja." And some areas of Salah al-Din, and we cannot forget the role of our security forces from the army, police, the popular crowd and the fatwa of the rational reference in their liberation, as we seek to pass a general amnesty law, do justice to the innocent, and reveal the fate of the disappeared and the kidnapped.

Al-Jubouri called on the partners to move seriously and continuously to end the militarization of cities and uncontrolled weapons and to return the spirit of the law to them, which makes us also emphasize the support of the judiciary in any endeavor, so that it is the facilitator that solves everything that is going on, with justice and away from political influences, and we are seriously looking for it to be The coming government is strong and begins by holding a national political and economic dialogue, and listening to the opinions of specialists on economic reform, stabilization of contracts, and reform in state institutions.

And he continued, "and out of the logic of commitment to these goals and trying to continue to achieve them, we in the National Masses Party decided to withdraw from the "Sovereignty" alliance, and return to our previous alliance, which is the alliance of "determination", hoping from God success to serve Iraq and its people.

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Inevitable new elections and a Sadrist uprising.. Political speculations for the repercussions of the next stage

 

 

 

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Saturday, the former deputy of the Sovereignty Alliance, Mishaan al-Jubouri, spoke about the possibility of holding new elections, and the accompanying Sadrist uprising in the street, melding for those who will be nominated by the coordination framework to head the government.

 

Al-Jubouri said, in a tweet to him via Twitter, which I followed (Baghdad Today), that " the early elections are inevitable, but the date of their holding is up to developments in the street and will be imposed by the timing of the Sadrist movement's uprising, whose patience and silence will not last?" He continued, "The framework will avoid provoking the Sadrists and will be tasked with forming the next government, one of the men of the second line in the leaders of the blocs and parties from which it is formed."

 

Today, Saturday, the coordination framework revealed the mechanism and conditions for selecting the new prime minister during the next stage. The leader in the framework, Aid al-Hilali, said in an exclusive statement to (Baghdad Today) that "the selection of the new prime minister, during the next stage, will be through an agreement within the Shiite house, as the selection of the person who occupies this position will be unanimously agreed by the framework forces, as they are concerned with the matter."

 

He added that "the selection of the new prime minister, during the next stage, will be according to certain specifications, most notably experience, courage and integrity, so that he will be able to face the crises that Iraq is going through at the various political, security, economic and other levels." The coordination framework has become the most numerous bloc in parliament after the withdrawal of the Sadrist bloc's deputies, which may qualify it to choose the next prime minister, as the framework forces seek to negotiate with other political blocs in order to proceed with their formation.
 

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Al-Fateh talks about a “political breakthrough” and sets its date: Towards the formation of a majority government
 

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The Al-Fateh Alliance, which is part of the coordination framework, expected, on Sunday, to reach an agreement between the political forces regarding the formation of the government, and a political breakthrough after the Eid al-Adha holiday.  

  

  


Representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance Zainab Al-Moussawi said in a statement to the official newspaper, followed by "Nass" (June 26, 2022): "The new form of political alliances took a turn from the previous one, as there are preliminary understandings between the coordination framework and other blocs with more seats," and she expected that " There will be a political breakthrough after the Eid al-Adha holiday and the formation of a national majority government, since the Shiite alliance is now the largest bloc in the parliament, especially after the representatives of the Sadrist movement who resigned took the constitutional oath.  

  

She added, "It is necessary to start a political process that meets the aspirations of the Iraqi people and not to delay further in the political blockage as it disrupts the general scene of the country, in addition to that Iraq needs a new government in order to control the affairs of the state and pass laws, including the general budget."  

  

The leader in the "coordinating framework", MP Ahmed Al-Asadi, announced, earlier, the agreement of the political blocs to proceed with the formation of a "national government" in accordance with the principles of "balance, consensus and partnership."  

  

Al-Asadi said, during the extraordinary session of the House of Representatives, in a statement reported by the parliament’s media department, that “Nass” received a copy of it (June 23, 2022), that “the political blocs agreed, in a meeting held today, to address the effects left by the previous stage and the crises of which were the most dangerous of terrorism.” ISIS and the urgent need to achieve security and stability.    

  

He added, "The political blocs agreed to proceed with the formation of a national government in accordance with the principle of balance, consensus and partnership that achieves the aspirations of the people, respects constitutional principles, works to resolve differences between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, legislates the oil and gas law, restores liberated areas and the poorest, provides job opportunities for youth, and imposes the prestige of the state on everybody".    

  

He stressed, "the importance of the current stage and the pledge that solutions will be at the level of the challenges, expressing that the forces participating in forming the government bear the responsibility to confront the challenges entrusted to them, in addition to reminding them of their respect for the decision of the Sadrist blocs."  

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Aborgev: Misleading the public and confusing the papers express the owners' concerns about the participation of wisdom in the next government
  
{Local: Al-Furat News} The National Wisdom Movement spokesman, Nofal Aborgev, explained, on Saturday, that misleading the public and mixing papers express the owners' desires about the participation of wisdom in the next government.

Abu Ragheef said in a tweet on Twitter, "The free statements and allegations that try to mix papers and mislead the public about the participation of (wisdom) in the next government express the desires of its owners and what voices known in this profession are accustomed to." 

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This guy denounce the last elections results...

 

Mr. Al-Hakim calls for choosing the next prime minister within specific criteria
 

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{Politics: Al Furat News} The head of the National State Forces Alliance, Mr. Al-Hakim, called for choosing the next prime minister within specific criteria that take into account the challenges of the current stage.
 

A statement from his office stated, {Al-Furat News} received that: "Mr. Al-Hakim praised, during the Baghdad office, the elites, competencies and youth energies for the giving of young people and their role in building Iraq and society, and thanked them for their presence," noting "the necessity of fairness to the Iraqi experience, and looking at the achievements made with the same impulse in Negative diagnosis.

Mr. Al-Hakim stressed, “the need to look at what has been accomplished according to the parliamentary system and its requirements in decision-making and its maturity,” stressing that “Iraq is good and that there are clear indications of a great Iraqi breakthrough,” calling for “pride in our country and leaving the language of generalization with the importance of standing on success stories.” promoting them and supporting the private sector to be able to absorb the demand for job opportunities and reduce the pressure on the Iraqi state.”

He reiterated his regret at "the Sadrists' decision to withdraw from the House of Representatives," calling for "the formation of a national service government and the selection of a prime minister within specific criteria that take into account the challenges of the current stage, with the importance of allowing the honest and competent to take his opportunity to serve his country."

The head of the National State Forces Alliance stressed "the importance of amending the electoral law to reach balanced results between the number of votes and the number of seats," noting that "the lack of stability is an inevitable result of the absence of balance."

And he explained, the nature of understandings in the region, saying that "Iraq is a basic axis in the stability of the region and the world due to its capabilities, wealth and geographical location, until the stability of Iraq became a strategic necessity for the stability of the region and the world."

Mr. Al-Hakim explained, "The economic reality requires defining the economic doctrine first, and then the courage to pursue serious treatments that may have a temporary negative effect at times, but they have a positive and sustainable impact."

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Member of the Law: There is almost a political agreement to form the government on this date
  
{Politics: Al Furat News} A member of the State of Law coalition, Wael Al-Rikabi, revealed, on Saturday evening, a semi-political agreement to proceed with the formation of the government after the end of the legislative recess of the House of Representatives.
 

Al-Rikabi told Al-Furat News that: "The number of seats in the coordination framework has become about 123 parliamentary seats, and thus it is officially the largest bloc in the House of Representatives."
He added that "the agreements with other political parties exist, and according to them, the framework may reach half plus one."
Al-Rikabi pointed out, "there is almost an agreement for the political leaders that the serious start to form the government after the end of the legislative recess of Parliament."

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Victory: We seek to establish a sober and harmonious governance equation, rational government, and a stable system
  
{Politics: Al-Furat News} The spokesman of the Victory Coalition, Ayat Al-Mudhaffar, affirmed that the National State Forces Alliance seeks to establish a sober and harmonious governance equation, a rational government and a stable system.
 

Muzaffar said; For the “Al-Mastra” program broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel tonight, it said: “We seek to establish a solid and harmonious governance equation, a rational government, a stable system, a realistic government program, the personality of the Prime Minister, and a ministerial cabinet capable of taking on all the complexities of the internal stage, including the relationship with the Kurdistan region and even the external.”
She added, "According to the data, the political situation has become complicated and confusing, with open political ends and it is difficult to gather them. Therefore, this initiative came, and it is a road map at all levels, and it contains many points."
Al-Mudhaffar pointed out, "The content of the initiative is that it is a transitional phase that establishes close elections with a new election law and a commission, and this therefore contains many main points, the most prominent of which is that it be a comprehensive and balanced in a balanced manner for all political forces, including even those outside the legislative authority."
And she continued, "The zero-sum game theory in which there is neither a winner nor a loser, meaning that the Sadrist bloc and the rights movement leave the legislative authority that they have lost, and the formation of the government must be conditioned on a realistic government program in which there are many reform points, and the character of the prime minister is not a quarrel for all parties."
Al-Mudhaffar added, "The political situation in Iraq is confusing and cannot be built on something sloppy, and therefore leads to collapse, and the framework initiative is comprehensive, establishing a strategic transitional stage for the next stage." 
And she indicated that "the government will be formed according to personal criteria that will lead the next stage, and the initiative is not exclusionary, but rather comprehensive and based on participation, and the issue of pledges gives legitimacy, guarantee and confidence between the political parties." 
Al-Mudhaffar noted that “the written paper contains charters and covenants that will discuss an atmosphere of reassurance for the parties and will include provisions in the event of commitment and defect,” stressing “the need for the Prime Minister to be a political statesman, not an administrator, and have international and regional acceptability. No names have been discussed, but a discussion is now underway Prime Minister's Standards.
She explained that "the collective administration is not intended to administer the government, but rather came to set the ruling equation not to exclude any political party, and the next prime minister must enjoy the acceptability of all important political parties, and among the necessities of the stage is to take the opinion of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Mr. al-Sadr, even if he is absent in personality. The next prime minister. 
Al-Mudhaffar concluded, "We did not raise the issue of the transitional government arbitrarily. Rather, it came as a result of skepticism, a kind of exclusion, and contested election results. Therefore, the establishment of a 4-year-old government on this basis would produce a fragile government equation that could collapse, and the stage of conditions in this particular period is unwelcome." 

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Member of the Democratic Party: The State Forces Initiative is a solution to the deep crisis, and we will respond to the framework’s call
  
{Politics: Al Furat News} A member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Subhi Al-Mandalawi, announced that his party is awaiting any invitation from the coordination framework to proceed with forming the next government.
 

Al Mandalawi said; For the “Al-Mastra” program, broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel tonight, that: “The real crisis was inside the Shiite house, and we were with the Sadrist movement, and after its withdrawal, the political process took another curve, and we are with our participation in the government with conditions that include real partnership and balance,” noting that “the coordination framework was keen on The formation of a strong and successful government confirms the continuation of serious dialogues."
He added, "After the replacement deputies crossed, I think the arena is in the hands of the framework now and it has to move, and the task is not easy, and we will respond to any call it makes to proceed with the dialogues," adding, "We have good understandings with the framework and it will intensify in the coming days, and guarantees will be present."   
Al-Mandalawi said, "There are several crises in the Kurdistan region, not only the presidency of the republic, and we started dialogues with the union and discussed the issues of elections within the region, attacks and oil, and the situation is still the same from both parties, they are still sticking to their candidates, and if we do not reach a solution, the 2018 scenario will be present." 
He continued, "We have no fears of re-elections, and our position on amending the law depends on the items to be amended. As for the initiative of the National State Forces Alliance, it is a solution to the deep crisis and gives a kind of tranquility to the public street. The initiative must focus on resolving outstanding issues with the region in order not to drag the country into chaos." 
Al-Mandalawi stressed "the importance of ending the outstanding differences between the two groups and focusing on the legislation of the oil and gas law and the region's budget."
He pointed out that "the region sought to find realistic treatments for the oil file with the federal government," concluding, "The choice of the prime minister's personality will be an important detail in the next stage, and the selection controls will be established, and these guarantees must be reliable and public to get out of the blockage crisis."

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