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    Abadi is allied with the crowd and wise and provokes Sadr's indignation

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    Abadi is allied with the crowd and wise and provokes Sadr's indignation Empty Abadi is allied with the crowd and wise and provokes Sadr's indignation

    Post by Rocky Mon 15 Jan 2018, 1:52 am

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    Abadi is allied with the crowd and wise and provokes Sadr's indignation


     Baghdad / Wael Ne'ma 

    The coming hours may have new surprises that change the map of the alliances of the leading Shiite forces, after an exciting night when the Dawa Party decided yesterday for the first time since 2003 not to participate in the elections.
    The doors of the "Iraq Victory Coalition", announced by Prime Minister Haider Abadi late Saturday night, are open to join or withdraw from it until the last day of submission of the names of candidates for the Commission on February 10 next.
     
    The Sadrist Alliance, which is affiliated with the Sadrist movement, is negotiating to enter the new alliance. Which may cause the discontent of some of the forces of the crowd with the strongest presence in the alliance Abadi.
    Abadi announced last Saturday that he formed a coalition of victory, while pointing out that the coalition will move forward to maintain victory.
    Abadi called in a statement issued by the political entities to "join the National Coalition Trans-sectarianism," noting that "a coalition of victory works for all Iraqis and strengthens the unity of the country and its national sovereignty."
    Alliance with the crowd
    "There is a principled agreement and a rapprochement between the prime minister's list of victory and reform and the Fatah al-Mubin list, which includes the popular mobilization forces that recently announced the dismantling of their military wings to enter the elections," said MP Ali Lefta al-Morshedi, head of the Badr parliamentary bloc.
    Sources close to the atmosphere of negotiations have revealed, last Friday, the failure of an electoral agreement between Abadi, and the forces of popular mobilization.
    "The biggest problem that threatened to collapse the negotiations was the disagreement over the first name in the new coalition," Morshedi said in a statement to Al-Mada.
    The head of the Badr bloc that "the problem resolved to be Abadi number first on the list and the head of the Badr Organization Hadi Abadi No. 2," and expected that the coalition will continue to participate in the elections.
    (Al-Fath Al-Mubain), the most prominent of which are the Badr Organization, the independent Popular Gathering close to the Hezbollah Brigades, the Islamic Movement in Iraq, the Jund al-Imam (Ahmad al-Asadi) , And a group of victors (Brigades of the martyrs), and the movement of Jihad and construction (Saraya Jihad), and gathered enough cry for change (Rahim Darraji), and the gathering of the future Iraq (Sea of ​​Science), and the assembly of justice and unity (Amer Fayez) Hezbollah, Iraq, the Islamic Supreme Council, the Islamic Action Organization, the 15 Shaban Movement (Razak Yaser), and the Party The reconstruction professionals Mohammed al-Daraji, as well as the Imam Ali battalions.
    On Sunday evening, information about the joining of Sa'aroun to the Reform Party, led by the Sadrist-backed Istiqlah Party, was leaked to the Al-Nasr Alliance. The Al-Hikma and Construction Alliance, headed by Ammar al-Hakim, joined the party.
    Mahmoud al-Rubaie, a spokesman for the political bureau of the movement of Asaib Ahl al-Haq, said that "the door is still open to the accession or withdrawal of the political forces that will enter it," but stressed that "the alliance between Fatah and Abadi has become official."
    Al-Rubaie said in a statement to Al-Mada yesterday that "the new alliance included the Fatah Al-Mubin alliance, which consists of 9 main forces that it established as a party, and then joined 9 other forces to form 18 blocs, Reform) of the prime minister. "
    Legal breach
    A spokesman for Ahl al-Haq said: "Abadi registered (victory and reform) as a political party, before he became an alliance after the accession of a number of political forces to him."
    The Prime Minister's alliance was joined by an independent bloc led by Hussein al-Shahristani and the Ata Gathering of the National Security Adviser and head of the Faleh al-Fayad, along with various Sunni forces, including the Sunni Religious Endowments, Abdullatif al-Humim, Electricity Qasem Al-Fahdawi, in addition to other independent personalities.
    Al-Fadhila bloc, the reformist movement led by Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, joined the Iraqi Victory Coalition, as well as Nineveh MPs Abdul Rahman al-Loizi, Abdul Rahim al-Shammari and Ahmad al-Jubouri, along with MPs Mishaan al-Jubouri and Jawad al-Bolani.
    Later, Aras Habib, the leader of the National Congress, announced that he joined the alliance (Victory of Iraq), while denied the head of the will of MP Hanan al-Fatlawi news of joining the movement to the new alliance.
    "We will enter the elections alone as a movement of will alone, without a coalition, as we declared earlier," she said in a statement.
    The legal status of the "victory alliance", announced two days after the Electoral Commission's decision to close the registration of alliances, remains unclear.
    MP Ali al-Morshedi denied his knowledge of whether the coalition had been registered or not. Some leaks that "the Commission extended the registration to the end of official working on Sunday." But the Commission renewed in a statement yesterday, closing the door for registration of alliances by the end of the official working day last Thursday.
    Adel al-Lami, former president of the Electoral Commission, said: "If the news of UNHCR's endorsement of the coalition after the deadline expires, it will be considered the first legal breach in the 2018 elections."
    The Electoral Commission has kept the door close to the Dawa Party leaders to resolve their differences, as did not announce, as expected, the names of the alliances and the number of the end of official office last Thursday, although confirmed not to extend the registration time of alliances.
    "Now we must dismantle the two alliances, the open conquest, the victory and the reform, to officially announce the new alliance (the victory of Iraq)," said Mahmoud al-Rubaie.
    Chest and wise
    On the other hand, the leader of Asaib Ahl al-Haq confirmed that "the two sides of the wisdom and the chest are negotiating with the prime minister to join the new alliance," asserting that his party "does not agree to join any person as long as it is not corrupt and has no negative attitude against the oppressor." Terrorist organization ".
    Rubaie expects that "the process of joining personalities and forces will continue to the new alliance until the last day of registration deadline for candidates on February 10."
    Later in the day, the leader of the Sadrist movement harshly criticized the alliance with the forces of the crowd.
    In a statement issued yesterday evening, al-Sadr said: "I give my people the steadfast support of the abhorrent political agreements of abhorrent sectarian subjugation to pave the way for the return of corrupt people.
    Sadr added: "The wonder is all the wonder of what went through the brother Abadi, who we thought that he was the first advocates of patriotism and advocates of reform .. The greatest reward of the reformers and the greatest reward of the preachers and the greatest reward of God for all sectarianism and partisan.
    "I declare that I will support only the transit lists of members of independent technocrats who are far from partisan and sectarian strife to strengthen the new Iraqi state," Sadr said.
    In turn, said the stream of wisdom in a statement, yesterday evening, it was agreed with Abadi to get down on the list one of the following controls:
    First: National Alliance: in the sense of polarizing national forces (Sunni, Shiite and Kurdish) to proceed with building the transit bloc.
    Second: an alliance based on a meaningful program to build the Iraqi state.
    Third, a participatory coalition in decision-making, path-setting and policy-making.
    Abadi and Maliki
    The developments, a day after the decision of the Dawa Party, on Saturday night, not to run in the elections, while giving room to its members and leaders to share their personalities.
    MP Rasul Abu Hasna, a member of the Dawa Party bloc, said that "the decision was taken at the level of the party leadership, and there was no meeting of the Shura Council."
    "The last decision came to overcome the legal problem because of the registration of the Dawa party and the alliance of the state of law in the name of Nuri al-Maliki," Abu Hassan said in a statement yesterday.
    In turn, the electoral expert, Adel al-Lami, supports the Dawa Party member. "The Al-Nasr and Reform party is registered in a name other than Abadi, so it will not prevent the latter's participation in the new party," he said. He adds that "Maliki can also now run in the elections within the coalition of the rule of law as a normal person and not as a member of the Dawa Party."



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