Professor of political science: Political forces enriched with public funds are afraid to go to the opposition
Policy- 02-23-2022 07:22 PM - Number of readings: 1939
Professor of political science, Najm Al-Ghazi, said today, Wednesday, that there are political forces that have been enriched from public money and are afraid to go to the opposition, while noting that other forces are protecting their positions from political and judicial prosecution.
Al-Ghazi said in a statement to Dijla, "Settlements by external influences have produced a hybrid political system in Iraq," noting that
"there are forces that protect positions from political and judicial prosecution, and political forces that have been enriched from public money are afraid to go to the opposition."
He added, "Accepting the challenge to reopen the nomination for the position of President of the Republic will lead us to a new crisis, given that Barham Salih will be the only candidate and it is very difficult for him to obtain the required majority."
Al-Ghazi pointed out that "the two-thirds majority has become a major obstacle to deciding the position of the President of the Republic, and federal decisions opened the door to political consensus," adding that
"it is time to change the political system that has been in place since 2003."
He explained that "there are political figures who adopt the idea of "if I play, if I ruin the stadium," surprisingly, "talking about losing the rights of Shiites if the majority government is formed."