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The President of Iraq: We face great challenges that require unity and the predominance of the language of dialogue
[size=31]Al-Sadr arrived in Baghdad to supervise negotiations with the winning blocs in the elections to form the next government[/size]
Dubai - Alarabiya.netPublished in: Oct 18, 2021: 11:35 AM GSTLast updated: Oct 18, 2021: 12:10 PM GST
Iraqi President Barham Salih said today, Monday, that the country is going through a "delicate circumstance, and we [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] ."
In a statement, the Iraqi presidency quoted Salih as saying, "The country is going through a delicate circumstance, and it faces huge challenges and major national entitlements that require unifying the national ranks, giving priority to the language of dialogue, advancing the country's higher interests, and moving towards meeting the country's needs and the aspirations of Iraqis for a free and dignified life."
Saleh added that respecting the will of the people, the constitutional process and the peaceful path is a national duty, and that objections to the election results are "a guaranteed right confirmed by the constitution, electoral regulations and laws," noting that dealing with them "is in a legal and peaceful context without compromising public security, public property and the safety of the country." .[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Protests against the election results in Iraq
And regions in Iraq witnessed protests rejecting the results of the early parliamentary elections that the country witnessed this month, after preliminary results showed that the Sadrist movement had obtained the highest number of seats in parliament.
The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, arrived in Baghdad, on Monday, to meet with political figures and to supervise negotiations with the winning blocs in the elections to form the next government.
The leader of the Sadrist movement, former MP Riyad Al-Masoudi, confirmed that his movement is continuing to form strong political alliances capable of announcing a new government in the near future.
He explained that the current has clear strategic and methodological determinants for the next stage.[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
On Sunday, the Iraqi Hezbollah militia claimed that there was a conspiracy to exclude it from parliament, and said that the movement of its supporters against the election results had begun.
And the Kurdish media network, Rudaw, quoted a spokesman for the Iraqi Hezbollah Brigades, on Sunday, that there is an American, regional and local plan to exclude representatives of the "popular mobilization culture" from parliament.
The spokesman, Muhammad Mohie, said: "There is an American and regional plan and will, and some local forces, to exclude the forces that represent the culture of the popular mobilization and the mobilization factions, which defend the mobilization, and demand the removal of the American forces, from the parliament dome."
This has accelerated events in Iraq regarding reactions to the results of the parliamentary elections, and is heading towards further escalation. On Sunday, Iraqi media reported that groups were blocking a vital road northeast of Baghdad in protest against the election results.
Pro-Iranian parties escalated their protests, as the Iraqi Al-Ahd TV reported the outbreak of demonstrations and roadblocks in Diyala province in protest against the election results.
The channel also indicated that protests against the results of the elections took place in the Iraqi city of Basra.
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi said that politics has become for some people means extortion, lying, conflict and deceiving people.