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    In a sudden development... Al-Sadr sets two conditions to refrain from boycotting the elections

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    In a sudden development... Al-Sadr sets two conditions to refrain from boycotting the elections Empty In a sudden development... Al-Sadr sets two conditions to refrain from boycotting the elections

    Post by Rocky Wed 18 Aug 2021, 7:49 am

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    Well-informed sources revealed that the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, informed senior religious leaders in Najaf that he was ready to reverse the decision to boycott the elections, but after fulfilling two basic conditions.
    During the past two days, Iraqi partisan chambers circulated indications and information that Al-Sadr will soon announce his return to the electoral race, without clear assurances from the leaders of the Sadrist movement, which preferred to pass conflicting hints about their position on the elections. 
    Al-Sadr recently appeared in a video clip as he left the house of the religious authority, Ali al-Sistani, to attend a "Muharram mourning council", and a lot of political speculation was raised about his presence there.
    However, a high-ranking source from Najaf told Arab media that Al-Sadr did not meet Al-Sistani, while he exchanged "serious conversations" with those close to him to a high degree. 
    Intersecting sources confirmed a meeting between the two parties, and indicated that al-Sadr "was talking briefly with his interlocutors", and was responding to questions about his position on the elections. 
    According to the source, al-Sadr "expressed his willingness to return and participate in the elections, setting two conditions that must be met before that."
    The source quoted the atmosphere of the meeting as saying that Sadr’s first condition is to postpone the election date to another date so that his party can prepare well and ensure justice with the rest of the competing blocs, which campaigned for weeks.
    However, the second condition that al-Sadr raised during the meeting may provoke a political controversy at the internal and regional levels. The source says that the leader of the Sadrist movement stipulated a position on the authority of Al-Sistani in which he condemns the uncontrolled arms groups in Iraq, which threaten the security of the elections.
    According to the source, al-Sadr believes that his rivals from the armed factions "can use violence to change the map of forces, and the political balance of the Shiites, in favor of groups that undermine the state."
    Al-Sadr’s conditions contradict the statements of deputies from his Sairoon bloc, who used to launch contradictory maneuvers regarding the boycott; The last of which was what MP Rami Al-Sakini said that the boycott was a tactical withdrawal, and before that, MP Hassan Al-Adhari spoke in a definitive formula that the boycott is irreversible.
    There was conflicting information about the ability of al-Sadr's deputies to communicate with him, while sources say that since his withdrawal, he "does not respond to communications, even those close to him," and that he preferred to manage political operations himself.
    In fact, this inconsistency shrouded in mystery is part of a political tactic that Al-Sadr has mastered for years, to discover and test the reactions of his opponents.
    Al-Sadr is aware of the difficulty of holding elections without his current, while everyone is concerned about moving towards a new government that Al-Sadr opposes with his armed faction from outside the authority. 
    Al-Sadr may profit from this maneuver by postponing the elections, changing the rules of political action, and relieving the tremendous pressure on the Al-Kazemi government, whose opponents want to end his term through the October elections.
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