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Post by RamblerNash on Sat Sep 29, 2018 10:46 am

Iraqi political leaders fear "rebellion" resulting in "an early end"

Iraqi political leaders fear "rebellion" resulting in "an early end" Maliki-muqtada

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With the start of the countdown to the end of the constitutional deadline for the election of the President of the Republic on October 2 and 3, the winning political blocs in the elections in Baghdad and the two main Kurdish parties (the Kurdistan Democratic Union and the National Union) is considering the possibility of reaching candidates for each of my presidency Republic and Ministers.

Adel Abdul Mahdi, former vice president of the republic, in the eyes of the coalition of «reconstruction and reform» and «constructive» a reasonable option to get out of the crisis of the premiership.

The political blocs in Baghdad insist that the two Kurdish parties agree on a candidate from among the candidate of the National Union Barham Saleh, and the Democratic Party candidate Fuad Hussein, or agree on an independent consensus candidate.

A political and legal expert who spoke to Asharq Al-Awsat on condition of anonymity said that the Iraqi political leaders insist on a single candidate or a consensus that "these political leaders fear that the MPs who belong to them will rebel against them because the vote is completely secret."

"There have been more than one parliamentary rebellion in the last session, and now the indicators of the insurgency are very clear that there are Shiite and Sunni parties in Baghdad that gave promises to the Democratic Party to elect its candidate Fuad Hussein, while there were parties that gave promises to the PUK to elect its candidate Barham Saleh, Vice blocs are in line with the convictions of the leaders, and this means an early end to the role of traditional leaders in the first difficult exam of this kind ».

As for the prime minister, a Shiite cleric ruled out putting Abdul Mahdi as the choice of religious authority in Najaf. "It is clear that the political blocs are suffering a severe crisis since the results of the elections until today, but they can not get rid of them, which makes them unclear in their understandings and what they want to reach, including talking about the potential candidate," said Haider al-Gharabi, To head the next government ».

"I have already said here that the next government will emerge from the Dawa Party, and the indicators are clear now, but the alternative does not seem to me just Adel Abdul Mahdi, as rumored," noting that "Abdul Mahdi is not close to the reference, Regardless of whether it is approved by so and so, as an expression of a crisis suffered by the failure to reach an agreed candidate from their blocs ».

In the same matter, said the political and legal expert mentioned above, that there is a constitutional crisis in terms of determining the largest bloc, considering that «the solutions now represents a violation of the constitution, because it can not be constitutionally determine the candidate for prime minister without specifying the largest bloc».

He said that «even the religious authority in Najaf said that it is with the candidate of the largest bloc», adding that «what is raised now are the understandings between political figures and leaders about the acceptable candidate for prime minister, but without being a candidate from a certain bloc as the largest bloc, These leaders, who belong to two blocs claiming each of them is the largest bloc is not in the possibility of waiving this right, while this can not happen, because the next president of the Republic and according to the Constitution cost the candidate of the largest bloc even if the candidate is consensus, Of the largest bloc ».


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