Muhammad Reda al-Sistani leads a movement to heal the Shiite rift to choose a prime minister with "consensus"
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The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, announced on Sunday (October 31 last) his intention to form a national majority government, while indicating that he had no disagreement with other political blocs, except for "the issue of internal and external reform."
The major Shiite forces suffered a big loss in the parliamentary elections that were held on the tenth of last October.
The source told Shafak News Agency; That Muhammad Reda al-Sistani, son of the supreme Shiite reference, is moving to unify positions between the coordination framework and the Sadrist movement.
The source indicated; He indicated that the goal of the younger Sistani’s movements is to choose an agreed prime minister in the Shiite house, and then go to negotiate with the Kurds and Sunnis, pointing out that these Sistani moves are made through Muhammad Rida directly and through his representatives.
In this regard, the coordinating framework (which includes Shiite political forces) revealed the intervention of senior clerics to gather the Shiite house after disagreements over the results of the early parliamentary elections.
The leader of the State of Law coalition, Jassem al-Bayati, one of the most prominent framework forces, told Shafaq News Agency, "There is an intervention by senior clerics and scholars with the aim of gathering the Shiite house with the participation of the Sadrists, the coordination framework and the independents, to choose a prime minister agreed upon by the Shiite house consensus."
Al-Bayati indicated that "this intervention may resolve many disputes within the Shiite house, and this intervention is welcomed by all Shiite political forces, especially as it aims to stabilize the Iraqi political and security situation, and the next few days will show the impact of this intervention on resolving political differences within the house." Shiite politician.
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