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Washington Post: Sadr's election victory will force Washington and Tehran to recalculate Iraq

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Washington Post: Sadr's election victory will force Washington and Tehran to recalculate Iraq

Post by rocky on Wed 16 May 2018, 3:52 am

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Washington Post: Sadr's election victory will force Washington and Tehran to recalculate Iraq


The strong performance of the Sadrists' list led by Moqtada al-Sadr in the Iraqi elections will force the United States and Iran to recalculate their calculations on Iraq, The Washington Post said in an article.
The newspaper pointed out that against the background of the list of "Souron" Iraqi elections and the possibility of throwing Moqtada al-Sadr as a candidate for his list of prime minister, the United States will have to reconsider how to protect American interests in the region.
She said Sadr's victory in the poll places the question of the fate of the American presence in Iraq, which Sadr criticized, but his spokesman pointed out that the politician supports agreements on the training of Iraqi forces and the supply of weapons as long as it does not affect the interests and sovereignty of Iraq.
The newspaper also pointed to Sadr's opposition to what she called "Iranian influence" in Iraq, adding that Tehran will also have to re-calculate how to defend its interests in Iraq, and became Sadr because of his positions "attractive" to some of Iran's opponents in the Arab world, according to the newspaper.
"Sadr is the only politician with a clear vision for Iraq," a Western diplomat told the Washington Post, asking not to be identified. "Iraq first, eradicating corruption and forming a government of technocrats."
In the years after the US invasion of Iraq, Sadr was on the US list of enemies, leading the armed Mehdi Army, which fought the US military.
Since then, Sadr has made efforts to change his image and present himself as a moderate politician. "Sadr has worked over the past three years to change his image and present himself as a non-Islamic leader in the battle against corruption and sectarian squabbling," said Middle East researcher and researcher Kirk Suel. "Sadr's alliance with the secularists was an important part of that. Keep the base of his supporters.
It should be noted that the list of "Suron", which includes the Sadrist movement, communists and some other political forces topped the last parliamentary elections, according to preliminary results, which took place on May 12 this year.

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