Source: The formation of a “component government” after Eid and Shiites’ eyes are looking for the Sadrist ministries

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 2022-06-24 13:47A-AA+

Shafaq News / A parliamentary source revealed today, Friday, the formation of the new government after the Eid al-Adha holiday, and indicated that it will be a “component quota” government, he confirmed the anticipation of political blocs outside the Shiite house of the ministries of the Sadrist movement after the resignation of his deputies and the blood of their participation in the next government.

The source, who asked not to be named, told Shafak News Agency, “The date agreed upon by the political blocs to form the government is set after the Eid al-Adha holiday.”

The source added that “the government will take the title of the components’ entitlement, or rather the quota itself, that is, for each component, quotas from the ministries and positions are known, and agreement is being made between the component blocs themselves to share positions and nominate names that will be agreed upon among themselves.”

The source pointed out that “the blocs of the components will benefit from this time to reach an understanding among themselves in order to share the spoils,” noting that the blocs outside the Shiite house look at the ministries that were part of the Sadrist movement’s share and anticipate how they will be distributed after the framework became the master of the Shiite position after the withdrawal of the movement Al-Sadr and his deputies resigned.

The State of Law coalition, one of the most important forces of the comprehensive coordinating framework for Shiite forces, confirmed, yesterday, Thursday, that they are in the process of accelerating the procedures for forming the largest bloc, after deciding to nominate the replacements of the Sadrist bloc’s deputies who resigned from Parliament.

Yesterday, Thursday, the Iraqi Council of Representatives held an extraordinary session to take the constitutional oath of the newly resigned representatives of the Sadrist bloc, and 64 out of 73 deputies took the oath, as 9 deputies did not attend the session.

And Ahmed Al-Asadi, the deputy for the coordination framework, had announced earlier yesterday, Thursday, the approval of the political blocs to proceed with the formation of the new federal government, according to the principle of “partnership, balance, and consensus”, which are the conditions announced by Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani.

The Kurdish leader, Massoud Barzani, announced, the day before yesterday, Wednesday, that the Kurdistan Region requires its participation in the next federal government, the commitment of the Iraqi political parties to the three principles of “partnership, balance, and consensus.”