The Sadrist movement is likely to pass the Al-Zarfi government in Parliament: It is too important.
Baghdad today – The Sadrist movement, led by Muqtada al-Sadr, on Friday (20 March 2020), favored the passage of the Adnan al-Zarfi government in the Iraqi parliament, while noting that passing it would not be easy.
The leader of the current, Governor of Zamili, told (Baghdad Today), “The situation of Prime Minister-designate Adnan Al-Zrafi is not easy, as there are political differences and differences over this mandate, and some of this rejection comes within the political pressure to obtain some ministries and positions in the new government.”
He added, “We believe that Al-Zorfi’s mission will be easier than the mission of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, because of his support from the demonstration arenas, and external support.”
Al-Zamili stressed that “some Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish blocs support him, and for this he needs some consensus from the opposing blocs, and for this he can pass his government in Parliament.”
The person in charge of forming the government has one month to pass his government in Parliament, before the ball is returned again, and the President of the Republic assigns a new person to form the government.
By calculating the seats, he made it difficult for the Shiite forces to position the Zorfi mission, to leave him in front of forces such as (Saeroon and Al-Nasr), and the Kurdish and Sunni forces, which he must win to join the passage of his government.
Commenting on this hypothesis, MP Al-Fath Abbas Al-Zamili said, in a press statement, that it is “a realistic hypothesis, and that Al-Zarfi may succeed in passing his government if he adopts the representation of Kurdish and Sunni parties in it, in exchange for obtaining their votes to pass his formation.”
On Tuesday (17 March 2020), President of the Republic, Barham Salih, commissioned the head of the parliamentary victory bloc, Adnan Al-Zarfi, to form the new government, succeeding the former taxpayer, Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, who presented an official apology for forming the government.