[size=30]What are the chances of Al-Kazemi in the second term? A member of the Sadrist movement answers[/size][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Al-Hasnawi said, in a televised interview, followed by NRT Arabia today, (October 25, 2021), that "Al-Kazemi faces many obstacles and objections from major political forces, and he also has no great chances of assuming a second term," noting that "this is not a position, but rather as a follower of what going on in the arena.
He added, "The political forces that meet within the framework of the Shiite house are the first to work to break up the Shiite house and worked to get out of it and abandoned their Islamic titles and placed themselves titles as close as possible to secular and civil, and the political forces that were originally religious became a mixture of liberals, secularists and remnants of Ba'athists, and then take on the Sadrist movement assumptions that have no basis or reality."
Al-Hasnawi stressed, "The issue of the Shiite house meeting and coming out with a unified vision is very difficult because the Sadrist movement insists that the next project be national."
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