Mobility to declare the “largest bloc” within the parliament .. And designate an alternative to Abdul-Mahdi .. With “eight conditions”!

Mobility to declare the “largest bloc” within the parliament .. And designate an alternative to Abdul-Mahdi .. With “eight conditions”!

Wednesday 04 December 2019 at 11:18

Mobility to declare the largest bloc within the parliament - And designate an alternative to Abdul-Mahdi - With eight conditionsBaghdad / Sky Press

The alliance of Sairon, backed by Sadr’s leader Moqtada al-Sadr, officially announced his abdication of his right to nominate the new head of the executive authority, in December, considering the arena of protest is the largest bloc.

A position listed by some as part of Sadr’s attempts to ride the wave of demonstrations, and seize the opportunity to be able to win new gains, while others saw that the Sadrists want a prime minister from the womb of the demonstrations, chosen by popular referendum, in a course contrary to Article 76 of the Constitution, which mandates The most important candidate in the 15-day parliamentary bloc.

But the current parliamentary session, the fourth in post-2003 Iraq, is very different from its predecessors. The prime minister it produced was named by consensus, and was not subject to the large bloc formula.

Political sources say that the constitution did not define the shape of the large bloc, but only to name it, and international media pointed to sources that the only explanation for this word is what the Federal Court in 2010, when the withdrawal of the leader of the State of Law Nuri al-Maliki , The rug from the Iraqi List, headed by Iyad Allawi, and formed his second government, after his alliance with the Iraqi National Coalition bloc.

The interpretation of the Federal Court states that the largest bloc is formed after the elections through a single electoral list entered the elections with a certain name and number and won the most number of seats, or the bloc that gathered from two or more lists of electoral lists, which entered the elections with different names and numbers, and then clustered in One block with one entity in the House. The sources pointed out that the current parliamentary session is tainted by the controversy of the absence of the largest bloc, especially that the first meeting of the House of Representatives did not include the records of the most numerous bloc, which was formed after the elections, because the selection of the Prime Minister was by consensus, which likely option to resort to the Federal Court again, or procedure A round of meetings between the blocks to resolve this controversy.

After Siron handed President Barham Salih an official letter regarding the abdication of the right to nominate the prime minister, and assigning the task to the Iraqi people as the largest bloc, political sources from within the Alliance Building coalition led by Hadi al-Ameri and Nuri al-Maliki favor Saleh to assign the conquest coalition The masses representing the Popular Mobilization nominate a candidate by him as the second winner of the election after walking. Likely to deny other sources in the same coalition, stressing only to proceed with the eight conditions in choosing successor Adel Abdul Mahdi, namely:

1- To be acceptable reference and popular

2 – firm, strong and brave

3 – independent and non-partisan, and loyalty is absolute to Iraq only

4 – Consistent with the security forces, including the Popular Mobilization

5. Believes in the unity and sovereignty of Iraq, has the ability of management and leadership, and commits itself to a real reform program that fulfills the demands of the Marjaiya and the people under certain time limits.

6. Not referred to on charges of corruption, or those covered by accountability and justice

7. Non-current and former political leaders

8. Non-dual nationals

However, political and parliamentary sources reveal that Harakah is going to announce the largest bloc within the parliament, and submit a request to designate an alternative from Abdul Mahdi. This movement is led by: Fatah, the rule of law and Iraqi forces headed by Speaker of Parliament Mohammed Halbousi, the stream of wisdom led by Ammar al-Hakim, as well as the Kurdistan Democratic Party, and some independent deputies.