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Iranian fingers reach the Iraqi judiciary to reconsider the concept of the largest bloc

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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Aug 27, 2018 10:09 am

Iranian fingers reach the Iraqi judiciary to reconsider the concept of the largest bloc

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27-08-2018 01:52 PM

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President Fuad Masoum is preparing to call the new parliament, which was elected by universal suffrage in May, to hold its first meeting no later than September 2. At a time when political scenes in the country are witnessing sharp disputes between the judicial and executive authorities over the interpretation of the term " , Which may foreshadow an open confrontation on all odds.

Political sources in Baghdad said that "the government of Prime Minister Haider Abadi, feel the Iranian attempt to push the Iraqi judiciary to reconsider the concept of the largest bloc, which determines who monopolizes the right to nominate the Prime Minister."

She said in a press statement that Tehran used its influence in large Iraqi institutions, to communicate with senior officials in the judiciary, and discussed with them political arrangements.

Abadi's office believes these moves violate the principle of separation of powers provided for by the Iraqi constitution and represent a blatant legal violation that would threaten national security in the country.

A senior official in the Iraqi government has begun collecting evidence in this regard and may file an integrated file with the Federal Supreme Court on Constitutional Disputes, which supports its claim of "external contacts with a senior Iraqi judicial official to work toward the political process," the sources said.

According to a decision by the outgoing Iraqi Council of Representatives, the Supreme Judicial Council handed over the task of supervising a manual counting of part of the votes that took part in the May ballot, after many parties appealed and questioned the integrity of the elections.

It was not clear whether judicial officials accused of engaging with Iran were members of the Judicial Council, which has so far managed the outcome of the election process in Iraq.

"The president of the republic will call the new parliament soon," said Maasoum's advisers. They add that "the date of the first meeting of the new parliament, will not exceed the second of next month," after the Federal Court approved the final results of the general elections, which was besieged by suspicions of fraud for months.

In accordance with the Iraqi constitutional contexts, the first session will be held under the chairmanship of the oldest elected deputies, a representative of the civil current, Muhammad Ali Zinni, then during the session the election of the Speaker of the House of Representatives and his deputies, before the candidate to take the post of President of the Republic to vote, The largest to the post of prime minister to form a government.

So far, the features of the largest bloc, which will be announced during the first session, have not been clear, although four winning Shiite lists are Sadr, sponsored by Moqtada al-Sadr, al-Nasr led by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, And "national" led by Iyad Allawi, announced a preliminary understanding to form a "nucleus" parliamentary coalition, taking on the naming of the candidate for prime minister.

The Sunni Arabs and the Kurds, who are close to signing a common paper of principles to negotiate with the other parties, have not resolved their position on supporting either of the two Shiite tendencies.

Sunnis are said to be close to supporting Amiri and Maliki, but a number of their leading leaders have denied a decision so far.


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