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«Journal News» reveal the scenes of the negotiations of the largest bloc and a compromise candidate


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«Journal News» reveal the scenes of the negotiations of the largest bloc and a compromise candidate

Post by rocky on Thu 17 May 2018, 2:23 am

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«Journal News» reveal the scenes of the negotiations of the largest bloc and a compromise candidate to head the new government
The political blocs are engaged in dialogues to discuss the formation of alliances expected to emerge from the largest bloc to enable them to form a government, but these endeavors collide with many obstacles, the most important external factor, which plays an important role in influencing the Iraqi political decision.
The United States and Iran are seeking to strengthen their influence in Iraq by influencing their allies from the political blocs if Tehran's moves begin with Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander Qassem Soleimani. US President Brett McGurk, who is visiting Iraq, is currently on a negotiating tour from Erbil to Baghdad.
And the intensification of the regional conflict, especially between Iran and Saudi Arabia, backed by the US in Iraq, as Tehran seeks to form a larger bloc includes a coalition of state law headed by Nuri al-Maliki and the alliance led by Hadi al-Amiri and negotiate with the victory coalition headed by Haider Abadi as well as some small Kurdish blocs, To find a balance within the Iraqi arena and the use of the direct influence on the Kurdish and Sunni forces to form a factor of pressure on the movements of Tehran in providing the appropriate ground for the largest bloc advocated by the leader of the rule of law Nuri al-Maliki to be ready for the government of the majority.
According to senior sources, the round of conflict will end in favor of a new alliance close to Iran to rest somewhat, but that will be conditional on the exit of the Prime Minister from the Dawa Party, and to provide a compromise candidate has internal and external approval to form the next government, while retaining the role of the Sadrist movement led by Moqtada al- As it was before the elections.
The sources say that the alliance of Sawson put several conditions in return for not to submit a candidate for prime minister, including granting him three ministries of sovereignty, oil, interior and finance.
Other political sources have revealed that five major electoral alliances have reached understandings and rapprochement to form the largest bloc in the next parliament, adding that the "big five" have opened channels of communication with the two ruling parties in the Kurdistan region and other Kurdish parties to ensure the political majority.
"The leader of the coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, held talks with leaders of political blocs have an impact on the Iraqi arena of the alliance together to form a new government by a political majority."
"The blocs are: the coalition of the rule of law led by Nuri al - Maliki, the alliance led by Hadi al - Amiri, the national led by Iyad Allawi, and the stream of wisdom led by Ammar al - Hakim, and the alliance of Baghdad led by Jamal Karbouli, after reaching understandings and exchanges between these blocks.
"There are contacts with the Talabani and Barzani parties, Barham Salih and other Kurdish parties to form a coalition that guarantees the political majority," he said.
For her part, said Jamila al-Obeidi, a member of the alliance, Abadi, "The majority of the political blocs are witnessing splits among them, including the alliance of victory, where will see the withdrawal of deputies according to the interests of personal political, while the accession of others."
She added that "the formation of the next government, will witness major political crises, will end the formation of a consensual government on the basis of respect for each party and community," asserting that "the formation of a political majority government is not possible, but it is impossible, because the parties will be based on partisan partisan interests.
The head of the National Wisdom Movement Ammar al-Hakim has stressed the difficulty of forming the next government because of the intransigence of the leaders of the blocks and adherence to its position.
Despite the issuance of a coalition of electoral rollers in terms of the number of votes, but that does not mean that it will form the next ministry because of the nature of the distribution of major blocs in the Iraqi parliament, as the bloc must win the largest number of seats to negotiate with other blocs under the parliament to form a government Consensual, within ninety days as required by the Iraqi constitution.
In the elections, 320 political parties, coalitions and electoral lists were contested, with 7,000 and 367 candidates.

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