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American newspaper: The victory of the Sadrist bloc represents a sudden setback for Tehran

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American newspaper: The victory of the Sadrist bloc represents a sudden setback for Tehran Empty American newspaper: The victory of the Sadrist bloc represents a sudden setback for Tehran

Post by rocky Wed 13 Oct 2021, 7:10 am

[size=52]American newspaper: The victory of the Sadrist bloc represents a sudden setback for Tehran[/size]

[size=45]An American newspaper considered that the victory of the Sadrist bloc represented a sudden setback for Tehran, stressing that the formation of a new Iraqi government would be subject to weeks of bargaining.[/size]
[size=45]The American newspaper "The Wall Street Journal" said in a report, "Muqtada al-Sadr has largely become the owner of the supreme say in shaping Iraq's political future, after his party won the largest share of seats in the parliamentary elections that took place yesterday, Sunday." The formation of a new government may be subject to weeks of political bargaining as al-Sadr (an independent-leaning leader, according to the newspaper description) faces fierce competition from pro-Iran Shiite politicians who want to drag the country into an orbit close to Tehran.[/size]
[size=45]In the Iraqi political system, the largest bloc in parliament chooses who occupies the position of prime minister, but with skirmishes raging, it may take some time for Sadr or other leaders to form a majority coalition, as happened after the last vote in 2018, where it took The installation of a new government for a period of 8 months.[/size]
[size=45]In its report, the newspaper considered that “the victory of al-Sadr’s bloc was a sudden setback for Tehran, as the Fatah coalition, which is widely allied with Iran-backed militias and demanded the withdrawal of US forces, lost its power in Parliament, weakening its potential negotiating ability in talks towards forming a government,” according to the newspaper. newspaper expression.[/size]
[size=45]And the newspaper considered that “the impact of al-Sadr’s influence on forming the new government, will provide him with an opportunity to seek greater positions in the state, as al-Sadr’s bloc looks to control the prime ministership, but doing so will mean taking the risks of exposure to the failure of government services, and he often avoids al-Sadr as a cleric. Close connection with everyday politics.[/size]
[size=45]And the "Wall Street Journal" continued, saying that "Al-Sadr's focus in his election campaign significantly on the economic crisis, not the political, highlights the sincerity of the narrative that says that Al-Sadr is more moderate than some Shiite factions that lean toward Iran."[/size]
[size=45]And the newspaper concluded: “American officials believe that any government under al-Sadr’s control will not be able to take steps to accelerate the full American withdrawal from Iraq, despite its history as one of the main opponents of the United States in the wake of the American invasion of Iraq in 2003, which toppled the regime of President Saddam Hussein.” [/size]
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