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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Sep 06, 2018 1:26 am

"Zerun": Zinni did not send an inquiry to the Federal Court and a single person has the power to do so

"Zerun": Zinni did not send an inquiry to the Federal Court and a single person has the power to do so Parl

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The leader of the alliance "Sason" and Communist Party Secretary Raed Fahmy said on Wednesday that any query goes to the Federal Court regarding the largest bloc will be by the President of the House of Representatives elected.

Fahmi told Ashqaf News that "the request was not sent in this regard by the President of the interim age of the House of Representatives," Mohammad Ali Zinni.

"This is the power of the elected speaker of the House of Representatives."

The political entities in Iraq are engaged in negotiations for several weeks, without reaching an agreement so far on the formation of the largest coalition within parliament, amid differences over how to calculate the number of members of the largest bloc.

The current constitution gives the largest bloc within parliament the right to form the next government of the country, which extends to the nomination of the President of the Republic and the Speaker of Parliament.

The dispute between the political parties in the country, following the announcement of parliamentary blocs, the most prominent of which are led by Moqtada al-Sadr, and victory led by Haider Abadi form a coalition of "reform and reconstruction," which gives them a majority in parliament by about 180 deputies.

Hours later, a rival bloc led by the head of the Fatah alliance, Hadi al-Amiri and Nuri al-Maliki, responded that they formed a special alliance that would be the largest bloc in parliament with about 145 deputies, after some deputies joined in the wake of their split over the other coalition.

The dispute is currently between two camps. First, the number of members depends on the names that won the elections, in the electoral list regardless of the withdrawal of some of them later.

The second believes that the actual MPs should be counted within the alliance of the largest bloc, and that their personal signatures be adopted on the formation document of the largest bloc.

Iraqi parliamentarians decided on Tuesday to hold their parliamentary session until September 15 after failing to elect a speaker as they still have difficulty forming a new government at their meeting this week for the first time since the May elections.

The choice of the speaker of parliament and his deputies on Monday marks the first major step towards forming a new government, and deputies are still trying to determine which of the rival blocs won the largest number of seats.

In May, Iraq held its first parliamentary elections since the defeat of an al-Qaeda organization, but differences over the recount have postponed the announcement of the final result until last month.

The new government assumes the task of rebuilding the country after a three-year war against Da'ash fighters, as well as maintaining balanced relations with the rival countries Iran and the United States, Iraq's two biggest allies.

Uncertainty over the formation of a new government has raised tension at a time when people are increasingly angry at the lack of basic services, rising unemployment and slow pace of post-war reconstruction with a push.


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