[size=30]A source reveals an upcoming merger of the two largest Sunni alliances in Iraq[/size][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
The "Progress" coalition came second in the parliamentary elections after the Sadrist movement, by obtaining 38 seats, and after five independent deputies joined it, it now has 43 seats, while "Azm" won 16 seats, and five independent deputies joined it, bringing the number of its deputies. Currently 21.
The Iraqi sources, requesting anonymity, said, "(Progress, Resolve) formally signed the merger into one parliamentary bloc, and this will be announced during the next few days, after which negotiations with other political forces will be under the title of a single Sunni alliance, and on unified demands and conditions." .
The political sources revealed that "meetings were held in the Jordanian capital, Amman, between the two parties, during which they discussed the distribution of sovereign positions assigned to the Sunni component, especially the presidency of the parliament, the vice president of the republic, as well as ministerial portfolios with six government bodies."
The sources suggested that "the unification of the Sunni House will have a Turkish role in the main, since the Turkish capital, Ankara, previously hosted a meeting between the leaders of the two alliances, Khamis al-Khanjar and Muhammad al-Halbousi, after a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a few days before the parliamentary elections."
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