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French report: Al-Kazemi has a strong chance of survival

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Post by rocky Wed 20 Oct 2021, 7:11 am

[size=52]French report: Al-Kazemi has a strong chance of survival[/size]

[size=45]A French report says that Mustafa Al-Kazemi has strong chances to remain in the position of prime minister, given that he does not belong to any party, and the report expected that the Iraqi political forces will face a long path until they can form a new government.[/size]
[size=45]In a report published today, the French news agency believes that the results of the parliamentary elections opened the doors to negotiations to choose a new prime minister and form a government, the path of which appears to be complicated and long in light of a fragmented parliament. And the Sadrist movement came to the fore in the elections, with a significant decline in its Shiite rivals, according to the preliminary results, and the official final results will not be issued within weeks, which indicates complications. Harith Hassan, a researcher at the Carnegie Endowment for Research, believes that there are two possible scenarios.[/size]
[size=45]He explains, "The first scenario is the revival of (the Shiite alliance) if efforts are made to persuade or force al-Sadr to accept a new power-sharing formula, with a compromise candidate as prime minister, and agreement on some reform (principles), such as the future and structure of the Popular Mobilization." A source in the "Al-Fateh" alliance told AFP that "prominent leaders in Al-Fateh suggested to a representative of the Sadrist movement to enter into an alliance with Shiite entities, including Al-Fateh in Parliament, in order to form the next government," but the representative of the movement did not respond to the proposal. The second scenario is a majority coalition. "This scenario is possible unless al-Sadr submits to pressure from his Shiite rivals," Hassan says. Thus, he may “go to an alliance with the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani, the leader of the Sunni (Progress) Alliance, Muhammad al-Halbousi, and other small parties.” Such a scenario will easily lead to the formation of a government.[/size]
[size=45]But the researcher at the International Crisis Group, Heib Hegel, believes that “the Sadrist movement cannot take support only from the Sunni and Kurdish parties, but the consensus should start from the Shiite house first.”[/size]
[size=45]Hassan believes that these two scenarios do not eliminate the possibility of an "escalation towards armed conflict and chaos" in a country where most parties have armed wings.[/size]
[size=45]Despite its decline, the forces loyal to Iran, according to the description of the French agency, are still able to strengthen their position through alliances or independent accession to them, in addition to their influence resulting from Tehran’s support and arms, as they can ally with the “State of Law” bloc led by former Prime Minister Nouri Maliki, which won about 35 seats.[/size]
[size=45]After it was the second force in the previous parliament with 48 seats, the Al-Fateh Alliance won only about 15 seats in the October 10 elections, according to the preliminary results. The choice of the prime minister depends on the game of alliances between the larger parties in Parliament, and their ability to put pressure.[/size]
[size=45]The selection of the current Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, after the resignation of his predecessor, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, due to popular pressure, required five months.[/size]
[size=45]Although Muqtada al-Sadr has repeatedly reiterated his desire to appoint a prime minister from his current, Hagel does not believe that he will do so in the end, and believes that "he must be a consensus candidate." In this context, "Mustafa Al-Kazemi still has strong chances to remain in the position," according to Hassan.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Kazemi does not have a party, and he is not an elected representative, and Hegel believes that these are “appropriate” qualities, because this does not put the parties directly in the forefront.[/size]
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