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The elections strengthened Muqtada al-Sadr's position in Iraq, but negotiations with other powerful

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Post by rocky Fri 15 Oct 2021, 7:18 am

[size=52]The elections strengthened Muqtada al-Sadr's position in Iraq, but negotiations with other powerful forces are inevitable[/size]

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[size=45]Baghdad - (AFP): The Sadrist movement, led by Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, has a pressure card In choosing the next Iraqi prime minister after his gains in the legislative elections, but he still has to agree With the Popular Mobilization Forces, despite the decline in their electoral performance. Al-Sadr was at the forefront by obtaining more than seventy seats out of 329, but his acquisition of Choosing a single prime minister is still highly unlikely.[/size]
[size=45]Beyond the high-pitched rhetoric and the expected tensions between the various political parties, experts believe that Sunday's elections The past will not lead to the destabilization of the fragile balance of power that exists in Baghdad, which has been controlled by the Shiites since About two decades. Therefore, al-Sadr must engage in dialogue with his political opponents in the Popular Mobilization. From 48 seats in the previous parliament, the number of seats in the Al-Fateh Alliance, which represents the Popular Mobilization, decreased Shiite factions loyal to Iran have become part of the official forces, to less than half, but the number of its fighters It is about 160,000, according to observers' estimates. With the support of its ally Iran, the Hashd remains an unsurpassable force in Iraqi politics.[/size]
[size=45]Also, former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, an ally of the Hashd and Tehran, achieved a breach in the elections.[/size]
[size=45]On the other hand, al-Sadr asserts that it is the first force in parliament. However, the formation of the government and the nomination of a prime minister does not depend only on who has the largest number of seats Parliamentary.[/size]
[size=45]Renad Mansour, a researcher at the British "Chatham House" Center, explains to AFP that "the results... It gives al-Sadr the upper hand on the political scene and in negotiations. But that is not the only important factor,” explaining that “he must negotiate with other major blocs.[/size]
[size=45]Following the release of the preliminary results, the leader of the Sadrist movement gave a speech in which he indirectly referred to the crowd Popular. He said, “The arms must be confined to the hands of the state, and the use of arms outside this scope is prohibited, even if it is from those who claim.” The resistance,” stressing that “it is time for the people to live in peace, without occupation, terrorism, or militias.” It detracts from the prestige of the state,” referring to the pro-Iranian factions.[/size]
[size=45]Despite the decline in its parliamentary size, the Popular Mobilization “still maintains a great coercive pressure ability, and will resort to… use them during negotiations,” explains Renad Mansour. Mansour does not rule out that "all parties resort to threats and violence," but that does not It means an open war between them, as he explained.[/size]
[size=45]The Al-Fateh Alliance expressed its rejection of the election results and its intention to legally challenge them, while its leaders repeated their statements. Banned since last Sunday. The head of the rights movement affiliated with the Hezbollah Brigades, one of the most influential popular mobilization factions, Hussein Munis, considered that “These elections are the worst elections in Iraq since 2003,” while his bloc won Only one seat out of 32 candidates.[/size]
[size=45]Hamdi Malek, a researcher at the "Washington Institute", explains that in a country that suffers from a deterioration in structures While he is awaiting reforms to combat chronic corruption, the Sadrist movement actually assumes the position of prime minister without challenges It makes him vulnerable to criticism. Malik explains, “Muqtada al-Sadr clearly has a greater margin of maneuver to seek more influence. But he is not the only player,” he said, adding that “the most verifiable outcome is the selection of a chief.” settlement ministers, but the Sadrist movement has a great ability to influence it.”[/size]
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