Observers: Political loyalty to Iran and conflicts threaten the stability of Iraq
Observers, that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] is witnessing a fragile political situation, and an unprecedented wave of differences between the leaders of the Popular Mobilization Forces and other between politicians loyal to Iran, which threatens the stability of the country.
They pointed out that the situation is confused, political parties are repositioning and large alliances disintegrated in the country because of the conflict between the political blocs.
They explained that it is expected to collapse the alliance between Sadr and Fatah in light of the growing criticism of Sadr to the Popular Mobilization for the latter's possession of weapons and movement, according to some reports, to form a special air force.
Sadr said last week in a tweet on the site "Twitter", that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] shifting from the rule of law to the state of riots.
Observers confirmed that Sadr is still the largest sponsor of the government, but if the government does not make progress in terms of solving problems, Sadr will likely take on the scenario of demonstrations.
We see signs of this, referring to demonstrations by supporters of Sadr in 2016 and 2017 to demand reform, which put governments in a difficult situation.
They pointed to the increasing influence of Shiite parties after 2003. For his part, says researcher «Chatham House» British Renad Mansour politicians, they have been divided for years between loyalists of Iran and Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic Ali Khamenei, and supporters of the Shiite authority in Iraq, Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani .
He pointed out that there is now more ambiguity and fragility, and that the biggest factor for this is the challenge faced by the crowd in becoming an Iraqi institution, after (the end) of the terrorist organization Daesh.
The Popular Mobilization Forces was formed by a fatwa launched by Sistani in 2014 to fight the Islamic State terrorist organization that swept and took control of a third of the country at the time, before being defeated at the end of 2017.
He explained that the Front has dried up, the factions are no longer able to achieve resources and are now competing with each other for political gains and positions.
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