To change Al-Halbousi, the Sunni front is heading to the Kurds after the “agreement” with the Shiites

To change Al-Halbousi, the Sunni front is heading to the Kurds after the “agreement” with the Shiites

11/1/2020 13:30

To change Al-Halbousi the Sunni front is heading to the Kurds after the agreement with the Shiites[Baghdad-Where]
The Iraqi Sunni Front seeks to persuade the Kurdish forces to stand with their request to withdraw confidence from Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, and replace him with another president from the same front after “an agreement” with the Shiites in this regard, according to its spokesman.
The Iraqi Sunni Front seeks to persuade the Kurdish forces to stand with their request to withdraw confidence from Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, and replace him with another president from the same front after “agreement” with the Shiites in this regard, according to its spokesman.

The Sunni Front consists of 35 deputies, and includes the Salvation and Development Front blocs, the masses bloc, the Arab project, the Islamic party and the independent Iraqi bloc – as well as the contribution of independent representatives.

“The front has a move on the political forces to change the position of Parliament Speaker,” MP Muhammad al-Khalidi, a spokesman for the Front, said.

Al-Khalidi added; “The Iraqi Front will meet this week with the Kurdish forces represented by the Democratic Party and the National Union to replace Muhammad al-Halbousi, Speaker of Parliament.”

And Khalidi stated, “Parliament has become dead, and indications point to fraud in the upcoming elections, and the legislative authority must be reformed and all breaches of parliamentarism.”

Al-Khalidi announced, “dialogues and meetings conducted by the Iraqi front with the political forces that reached advanced stages to change the legislative authority,” noting that “the Shiite forces have a desire to support this movement to change the presidency of parliament.”

And on the candidate for the position of Speaker of Parliament, Khalidi explained, “It is still too early to talk about this and there is no candidate for this position at the present time.”

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