Officially.. Postponing the session of granting confidence to the Sudanese government until next Monday

political| 06:48 – 10-2022


Baghdad – Mawazine News
, Thursday, a parliamentary source said that the session of granting confidence in the government of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani has been postponed to next Monday.
In an interview with Mawazine News, the source said, “The session that was scheduled to take place next Saturday has been postponed to next Monday.”
He added, “The postponement comes to give the MPs an opportunity to read the CVs of the candidates for the cabinet.”
The State Administration coalition has set, next Saturday, a date for voting on the formation of the Sudanese government.


Parliamentary Honest: The Saturday Session Is On.. This Is The Weakest Of Faith!

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Earth News/ The Sadiqoun Parliamentary Bloc confirmed today, Thursday, that the parliament session dedicated to granting confidence to the government of Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani will take place next Saturday.

The leader of the bloc, Ali Al-Fatlawi, told “Earth News”, “Until now, there is a political agreement to hold a special session of Parliament, next Saturday, in order to give confidence to the government of Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, especially since the Prime Minister-designate has currently settled about 17 Ministerial Fact.”

Al-Fatlawi added that “the weakest of faith will pass the House of Representatives in the Saturday session, more than half of the cabinet of the Sudanese government, and the other ministerial portfolios will be postponed to another session until a final agreement is reached with the political forces on it.”

British Prime Minister resigns as Conservative Party leader

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British Prime Minister resigns as Conservative Party leader

  {International: Al Furat News} British Prime Minister Liz Truss announced today, Thursday, her resignation from the positions of the leader of the Conservative Party and British Prime Minister.

Trace said she would remain Britain’s prime minister until a new prime minister was chosen.

Earlier in the day, British newspapers said Prime Minister Liz Terrace ended up in tatters and had only hours to announce her resignation, less than two months after she was appointed to replace former Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was forced to step down.

And the British media considered that “Trass wants to continue the fight, but has no choice but to step down for a new prime minister after a stormy night in Parliament, where a large number of members of the ruling Conservative Party submitted letters of no confidence against the Prime Minister.”

The Daily Express said: “The Prime Minister is battling to survive a shameful night of party discipline in the House of Commons, but she is on the verge of unraveling after a chaotic night that saw shouting and mistreatment of some members, and even Truss allies eventually admitted there was nothing left to do. “.

The Times indicated that Sir Graham Brady is scheduled to hold a meeting today, Thursday, to discuss the fate of Truss, and is likely to seek to change the “Committee of 1922” law, which allows the removal of the Prime Minister after 12 months in office, to force her to resign.

The Telegraph, quoting a Conservative MP, said: “Trust has only 12 hours to save her job.”

“If the prime minister gets a job review today, the results sheet doesn’t look very good, and she won’t have long to turn things around,” Representative Simon Hoare said.

Maliki’s coalition reveals new negotiations with the Sadrist movement

political| 11:42 – 10-2022


Special – Mawazine News
, a member of the State of Law coalition, Wael Al-Rikabi, revealed today, Thursday, the negotiations of the political parties with the Sadrist movement in order to participate in the expected government.

Al-Rikabi said in an exclusive interview with “Mawazine News”, “Political negotiations are continuing to persuade the Sadrist movement to participate in the new government,” noting that the ministries’ divisions will be 12 ministries for Shiites, 4 for Kurds, 6 ministries for Sunnis, and one ministry for minorities.

He added that “there is no truth to the news .” Which says that the number of ministries will be 26, but it will be between 22 to 23 ministries, according to the highest estimates.

The US ambassador warns: The failure of the Sudanese government will cost Iraq serious repercussions

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The US ambassador warns: The failure of the Sudanese government will cost Iraq serious repercussions

  {Political: Al-Furat News} The US ambassador to Iraq, Elena Romanowski, warned of “dangerous repercussions” in the event of the failure of the government of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani.

Informed sources quoted, “Romanowsky, has engaged in extraordinary activity, since the Sudanese obtained papers assigning him to form the new government, and during the past week she has intensified her visits to the Sudanese and the presidents of the republic and parliament to discuss the formation of the government.”
Iraqi political sources familiar with these meetings said that the ambassador was “very keen that the efforts of the political forces succeed in forming the cabinet without delay.”
The sources quoted part of a discussion between Al-Sudani and the US ambassador, about “the necessity of forming a government that contributes to restoring security and political stability in the country,” and that she (the ambassador) used phrases such as “it is good to benefit from the experience of previous governments, because failure this time will cost Iraq repercussions.” serious.”
The sources pointed out that “Iraqi leaders assured the US ambassador in Baghdad that the new government will maintain its strategic relations with Washington, and that it enjoys great political support in Parliament, which will give it confidence easily.”
Al-Sudani had received at his residence the US ambassador last Sunday, “and they discussed bilateral relations and common interests between the two countries and ways of developing them, and the importance of working to enhance security and stability in Iraq and the region during the next stage.”
Al-Sudani affirmed to the US ambassador, “Iraq’s desire to consolidate a strategic partnership relationship with the United States by strengthening work on the strategic framework agreement and issues of facing the effects of climate change, as well as security cooperation in the field of providing support and advice to empower the Iraqi security forces.”
He also expressed “the keenness of the next government to continue dialogue at the national level inside and outside Parliament, and to strive to resolve internal contentious issues,” stressing “the importance of building distinguished and balanced international relations, in the interest of the Iraqi people, and extending bridges of cooperation with brotherly and friendly peoples in the surroundings.” regional and international.

Al-Sudani confirms the continuation of his government’s “prospective” cooperation with NATO

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Shafaq News / Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani affirmed today, Thursday, the desire of the new Iraqi government to strengthen relations with Canada, while expressing his support for continued cooperation with NATO.

Al-Sudani’s media office said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, “The Prime Minister-designate, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, received today, Thursday, Canada’s Ambassador to Iraq Gregory Galligan, where he presented the Canadian-Sudanese government’s congratulations on the occasion of his assignment to head the next Iraqi government, and his wishes for success in his mission and implementation of the goals. drawn up for his new government.

Al-Sudani affirmed, “The future government’s desire to consolidate its relationship with Canada in various fields,” noting “its contribution to the war against the terrorist Daesh within the international coalition,” pointing to “its role in supporting the Iraqi security forces by providing advice and training within the framework of NATO, and the importance of continuing This cooperation and its development to include other aspects of the economy, investment and facing the challenges of climate change.”