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Shafaq News / The head of the National Alliance, Iyad Allawi, called for what he called an urgent national dialogue involving the Korg and the coalition of “building” and “reform and reconstruction.”
“As we expected, the first parliamentary session was disrupted, and the parliament did not succeed in electing its president and vice presidents amid a deep polarization, which we fear of its repercussions on the future of Iraq and is going through its most sensitive and embarrassing conditions,” Allawi said in a statement.
He added: “I would like to start an urgent national dialogue between the very specific parties of the reform and construction coalition on the one hand and the Kurdistan Alliance on the one hand and the coalition of construction on the one hand to prevent the aggravation of the crisis and to reach reasonable and acceptable solutions that guarantee the safety and stability of the country. The most important is the agreement on the form and type of the next government program And labels. ”
“Current conditions do not allow for a real and effective opposition and everyone should bear the responsibility of advancing this country and addressing its crises,” he said.
Al-Nasr, Ssaroun, Al-Hikma and Al-Watania coalitions, in addition to other parties, have reached an agreement to form the largest bloc of 177 deputies under the name of the Nuclear Alliance.
Later, a coalition of “State of Law” led by Nuri al-Maliki and “the conquest” led by Hadi al-Amiri, reached another agreement to form the largest bloc in parliament, under the name of “coalition building”, which includes 145 deputies.
The Iraqi constitution provides for the dissolution of the positions of the presidential body of parliament during the first session. In the event that the parliament fails to name its presidential body, the parliament session remains open for fear of entering into a constitutional violation.
After the session, deputies will have 30 days to elect a president (Kurdi) who will receive two-thirds of the votes.
When elected, the president of the country has 15 days to commission the largest parliamentary bloc to form a new government.
The next government faces a major social and health crisis that began nearly two months ago, during which protesters in southern and central Iraq called for improved public services and infrastructure in areas that have suffered severe shortages for many years, especially in the areas of water and electricity.