The announcement of the name of the next prime minister of Iraq will take place within the next twenty-four hours, among five names topped by Mustafa Al-Kazemi and Qusay Al-Suhail.
The ball that Barham Salih threw at the parliament and its speaker, Muhammad al-Halbousi, was his last response in his way, avoiding a political record that sees himself as indispensable at this sensitive time in the age of the crisis that Iraq has been going through since the first of last October.
Saleh asked about the largest parliamentary bloc to assign him to name an alternative to the resigned Prime Minister, Adel Abdel Mahdi, answered by the first deputy Al-Halbousi, Hassan Al-Kaabi, saying that the Presidency of the Parliament briefed the President of the Republic on the largest number of the parliamentary bloc on October 2, 2018, on the basis of which he commissioned Adel Abdul Al-Mahdi as prime minister
However, the largest bloc has been fomented around it since the results of the last legislative elections were announced in May 2018.
The political consensus, which Abdul Mahdi had received prior to his mandate, was absent from any discussion of the features of that bloc. Accordingly, Saleh and parliamentary blocs are likely to resort to the Federal Court headed by Medhat Al-Mahmoud, to break the current clash before the constitutional deadline expires next Thursday, knowing that the largest bloc was interpreted in 2010 by saying that it is the bloc that was formed after the elections through one electoral list, and the elections were entered with a specific name and number, It won the most number of seats, or the group that gathered from two or more lists from the electoral lists, which entered the elections with different names and numbers and then formed in one bloc with one entity in the House of Representatives