Political deadlock threatens to confrontations and elections may be a "last resort".

29 July, 2022
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Political deadlock threatens to confrontations and elections may be a "last resort".

Amid  political paralysis, and the failure to choose a new prime minister and president for the country, Iraqis consider that the solution is to hold early elections to avoid turning political differences into a direct clash.

Iraq set a  record by  passage of 291 days since no candidates were selected for the presidency of the country or the government, not to mention the aggravation of differences, especially between "Shiite" parties, which led to thousands of supporters of Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr storming the parliament building, chanting slogans against other Shiite political parties.


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