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Headed by a patrol .. The National Alliance re-meld his papers in isolation from the Sadrists

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Headed by a patrol .. The National Alliance re-meld his papers in isolation from the Sadrists

Post by rocky on Thu 17 May 2018, 2:21 am

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Headed by a patrol .. The National Alliance re-meld his papers in isolation from the Sadrists


The official announcement of the results of the elections did not stop the parties and political entities from starting negotiations to form the largest bloc concerned with naming the next prime minister to move forward to map the next government.
The National Alliance is an Iraqi political alliance announced by the formation of former Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari on Monday, August 24, 2009 fought Iraqi parliamentary elections 2010 and 2014.
The National Alliance is a complement to the United Iraqi Alliance, which includes both the coalition of the rule of law led by Nuri al-Maliki and the National Wisdom Movement led by Ammar al-Hakim and the Supreme Islamic Council led by Hamam Hamoudi and the Reform Party led by Jaafari and the Sadrist movement led by Moqtada al-Sadr and the Badr Organization led by Hadi al-Amiri and the Virtue Party And an independent bloc in addition to other personalities.
The MP for a coalition of state law, frank frankincense that "dialogues of political blocs are continuing to re-activate the National Alliance and to fill his cards and attract new blocks to him."
The frankincense in an interview with the «Journal News» that "the rule of law and the alliance of Fatah are compatible in their political views, and their programs are close to other blocs belonging to the National Alliance and will be revitalized during the coming period."
The sources revealed a visit by the commander of the Revolutionary Guard Qasim Soleimani, to Baghdad, and the first stations began to meet with former head of the National Alliance Ibrahim al-Jaafari, where the two sides discussed the results of the primary elections, and scenarios of the presumed alliances, and form the next government.
MP Nahla al-Hababi said in an interview with the Journal News that "the move of the Shiite blocs after the announcement of the election results is to re-activate the National Alliance through the coalition (Fatah, state law, victory, wisdom) in isolation from the alliance of Sowron backed by Moqtada al-Sadr.
"The map of the political blocs facing major challenges during the current period and not to announce the results of the elections in full will change the figures and calculations among the leaders of blocs."
"After the re-activation of the National Alliance, his presidency will be periodic because there are no candidates at the moment."
For his part, said political analyst and confident Hashemi, all scenarios for the formation of the next government will be on the table, including repeating the scenario of 2010, as happened with the National Coalition, while considered that the birth of the next government will be "difficult and difficult."
"Iran wants the Shiite house to remain strong and unbreakable, which is matched by the American, Saudi, Turkish and Qatari players who have a mixed mood," Hashemi said, adding that "the next 15 days will crystallize the clear picture of the largest parliamentary bloc."
Tehran seeks to form a broad coalition, and the return of all the different parties in the Dawa Party, Nuri al-Maliki and Haidar Abadi, in addition to the opening list headed by Hadi Amiri and Ammar al-Hakim, along with representatives of the Kurdish Patriotic Union of Kurdistan.
"The scenario of 2010 is the closest to the formation of the next government, through the dismantling of other blocs and attract its deputies."
The press sources revealed that "prior to the last elections agreed to the main Shiite leaders, the formation of the National Alliance again, in order to choose the next prime minister."
The sources said that "differences between the Shiite forces expanded before the elections, but the meetings that took place during the past few days, among a number of major Shiite leaders, reached an agreement on the formation of the National Alliance." She added that "the leaders also agreed to negotiate with the Sunni and Kurdish forces "He said.

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