Tariq Harb clarifies about the “largest bloc”: alliances in front of the Sadrist movement are “useless”!

Tariq Harb clarifies about the “largest bloc”: alliances in front of the Sadrist movement are “useless”!

2021.10.17 – 11:15

Tariq Harb clarifies about the largest bloc - alliances in front of the Sadrist movement are uselesspeople – Baghdad

Law expert Tariq Harb confirmed, on Sunday, that the new election law prevented the alliance of blocs and parties from forming the “largest bloc.”

Harb said in a statement followed by “Nass” (October 17, 2021), that “the moderate parliament is the next parliament in Baghdad, even if it becomes without virtue and without a minimum of wisdom (i.e. the Virtue Party bloc that lost the elections and the MPs of the Wisdom Movement, whose number has declined terribly). And the loud screamers left from the parliamentarians who used to fill the media with screaming and knocking, morning and evening.

He added, “The next parliament will be led by Saeroon (the Sadrist bloc) and the Kurdistan Democratic Party, progress and extension, and there is no value even if everyone’s coalition happens against the Sadrist bloc.”

And he indicated, “The President of the Republic is obligated to assign the candidate of the Sadrist bloc, because Article 45 of the House of Representatives Election Law No. 9 of 2020 (which was issued after previous Supreme Court decisions) did not appeal to the Supreme Court, and this article prevented the transfer of the deputy, the party and the bloc, not as Some interpret it erroneously as banning representatives only and not parties and blocs, and in that Article 45 states: (No deputy, party or bloc registered within an open list that wins elections has the right to move to a coalition with another party, bloc or list) and the text does not require comment or Explanation: The ban is general, absolute and comprehensive for the deputy, the party and the bloc.

He continued, that the alliances will have their effect “in the vote of confidence in the prime minister and his ministry, and thus, the approval of the Supreme Court on the electoral results remains only for a period estimated by the Electoral Commission Law No. 31 of 2019 in Article (18) and thereafter with less than a month after the House of Representatives decides Commissioners in complaints submitted to him.

He pointed out by saying, “There is a three-day period for the complainants’ right to appeal against the decisions of the Commission’s Council before the judicial authority, and ten days for the issuance of the decision of the Judicial Commission for Elections, i.e. the ruling, noting that the Commission is obligated to answer the decisions and inquiries of the Judicial Commission within a week only, and after completing the foregoing, the final results will be presented.” for the approval of the Supreme Court.