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    Muqtada al-Sadr is a delegation to start negotiations with all parties to form a "patriarchal govern

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    Muqtada al-Sadr is a delegation to start negotiations with all parties to form a "patriarchal govern Empty Muqtada al-Sadr is a delegation to start negotiations with all parties to form a "patriarchal govern

    Post by Rocky Tue 22 May 2018, 1:44 am

    [ltr]Muqtada al-Sadr is a delegation to start negotiations with all parties to form a "patriarchal government"[/ltr]
    [ltr]Political[/ltr]
     Since 2018-05-22 at 08:26 (Baghdad time)
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    [ltr]Follow-up of Mawazine News[/ltr]
    [ltr]Al-Hananah, the headquarters of the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr in Najaf, is no longer a place for all partners, factions and adversaries to weave alliances that ultimately lead to the formation of the largest bloc capable of forming the next Iraqi government.[/ltr]
    [ltr]And two days after the meeting, which gathered the first days of Ramadan with the leader of the National Wisdom Movement Ammar al-Hakim, which did not result in the announcement of the "alliance of Ramadan," according to some media and social networking night and after the obstacles of protocol prevented the meeting with the Prime Minister and leader of the coalition, "victory" Haider Abadi , Put down the chest in Baghdad. From his new headquarters, large visitors began to flock to Sadr, headed by Abbadi and Hadi al-Amiri, the leader of the Fatah alliance, which came second in the recent elections, and others.[/ltr]
    [ltr]For his part, Sadr formed a negotiating delegation led by the leading figure in the political body of the Sadrist movement and former Labor Minister Nassar al-Rubaie to begin negotiations with all parties in order to form the largest bloc, which ultimately lead to the formation of what he calls Sadr during his meetings with the parties " But with no clear explanation of the concept of patriarchal government except the inclusion of all without exception, which is contrary to what was presented by Sadr during the uprising of reform in 2015 and 2016, which is known as "swallowing," he found himself forced part of the axis must be close to a regional camp - International and away from another camp.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The struggle of the axes and the camps is the one that dominates the current political movement at a time when the concepts that prevailed prior to the announcement of the results of the elections began to begin, with programs, projects, not personalities or names.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The axis that is moving now to reach the largest bloc is barely out of the weight of the five Shiite blocs "walking" under the leadership of Sadr (54 seats) and "conquest" led by Amiri (47 seats) and "victory" led by Abadi (42 seats) (25 seats) and "wisdom" led by al-Hakim (22 seats). Although the number of seats in the five Shiite blocs in the Iraqi parliament alone qualify to be the largest bloc that needs 165 seats, but the inclusion of what has become called "the national space ", Meaning the Sunni Arabs and the Kurds, is the problem that has dominated the political process since 2003 and has continued to clash between election eligibility According to the population and the concept of citizenship, which began to decline in favor of sectarian and ethnic quotas. But according to the failure of the quotas, the political forces began to propose alternative projects such as the political majority or the national majority or national partnership and finally the patriarchal government, which is unique to Sadr today in an attempt to market it in the national and Shiite areas.[/ltr]
    [ltr]In the context of the conflict axes, the closest to the alliance between the Shiite blocs are "Surun" and "victory" and if joined by the block "wisdom" the new bloc will need two parties Arab Sunni and Kurd is still their status is not settled but the closest to the alliance "decision" led by Osama Najafi In the Sunni center and the Kurdistan Democratic Party led by Massoud Barzani in the Kurdish center.[/ltr]
    [ltr]In contrast to this bloc there is a bloc of "conquest" and "state law," which seeks to include "wisdom" as the egg Alkban. Although al-Sadr met al-Amiri in Baghdad last night in an attempt to reach the participants between the parties, but even in the search for participants within the Shiite axis, they collide with the conflict camps.[/ltr]
    [ltr]If Abadi is the most likely candidate for the presidency of the government and supported by Sadr and acceptable to the American and uncharacterized Iranian, Amiri, the candidate of the "conquest" to head the government, although supported by Iran is still rejected by the United States, making the process of meeting in the middle of the road is very difficult. In this context, independent politician Izzat Shabandar believes that "the political majority is still the best option compared to previous experiences, which were based on quotas and consensual rule over the past sessions, which were not far from the American-Iranian satisfaction, but proved to fail."[/ltr]
    [ltr]Despite the lack of clarity of the term of the patriarchal government that Sadr is promoting, Shabandar believes that "the national views of Sadr, which abhor sectarianism as it always expresses, necessarily coincide with the project of the political majority as a national project, as this project will be the first building block in the development of Iraq politically Economically ".[/ltr]
    [ltr]With all the current and potential meetings between the different political parties, the political Nadim Jabri believes that "it is difficult to talk about a major change in the political situation after the elections because today's discussions are governed by the same paths that governed the political process from the beginning, including Re-produce the same concepts and terminology, "noting that" talk about participation in the next government is hardly out of the fact that everyone must participate according to size and according to the number of seats obtained by each party regardless of the names and terminology. "[/ltr]
    [ltr]Al-Jabri said that the conflict between the "blocs, especially the large Shiite ones," clashes with the conflict of the camps, especially the American-Iranian camps, as "the regional and international influence can complicate this scene, especially on the level of candidate for prime minister, which may force All agree to accept a compromise candidate, "the same idea that Shabandar believes but is different from Jabri's view that" the candidate is not a compromise candidate as much as a prime minister with certain specifications and may be outside of the circulation of names, including not to give the Dawa Party a new mandate " In reference to the lack of opportunities Abadi Paul Yeh again, knowing that he has the support of Sadr's compared to others in the Shiite center although Sadr put before the candidate of his movement, Ali Douai, governor of Maysan province, "29 .anthy / h[/ltr]




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