The Coordination Framework and its allies renew their rejection of the election results, and the Shiite forces acknowledge: The demonstrators are mobilized, but
Informed sources told Shafak News Agency; The meeting, called by the leader of the state of law and the former prime minister, began with the attendance of all the forces of the (Shiite) coordinating framework, in addition to the Azm bloc led by Khamis al-Khanjar and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan.
He added that the meeting started from confirming their objection to the results of the elections and the re-counting and recounting and what follows.
And regarding the dispersal of the sit-ins in front of the gates of the Green Zone, the conferees affirmed that "it cannot be easily canceled because the protestors are demanding a re-counting, exposing the manipulation, holding the manipulative parties accountable and referring them to the judiciary."
The source drew; He added that "the attendees confirmed that most of those present at the sit-ins are affiliated with the crowd or who participated in the liberation operations under the umbrella of the crowd without official affiliation, and it is difficult to convince them if their demands are not implemented."
The source ruled out a recommendation that would lead to the dispersal of the sit-ins, but might recommend calm.
A leader in the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr called on the political forces rejecting the results of the primary elections to abide by the terms of the "electoral code of conduct" signed by leaders and leaders of all political blocs and parties, while expressing his response to any agreement that leads to cooperation with the movement to reach understandings that contribute to accelerating the formation of the government.
On Sunday, an informed political source told Shafak News Agency; The Kurdistan Democratic Party headed by Masoud Barzani and the Taqadm party headed by Muhammad al-Halbousi will not participate in the meeting of political forces that will be held later this evening, at the home of the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki.
The source told Shafak News Agency, "The reason for not attending the two parties is that they have no objection to the results of the early parliamentary elections."
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