It included a solution to the crowd file and a sovereign portfolio for the opponents.. Al-Sadr receives a "three-way" initiative to dismantle the election crisis
Shafaq News/ The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, is studying an initiative submitted by the presidencies (the Republic, the government, the Supreme Judicial Council) that included basic principles to solve the crisis that Iraq is going through following the results of the legislative elections.
According to the preliminary results of the parliamentary elections, the "Sadr bloc" of the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr came at the forefront of the winners with 73 seats out of 329, while the "Al-Fatah" coalition, a political umbrella for the armed factions, is the most prominent loser in the recent elections by obtaining 16 seats, after that He came second with 48 seats in the 2018 elections.
For weeks, the political forces rejecting the election results, most notably the armed Shiite factions, have been leading protests in Baghdad, demanding that all results be manually recounted.
A special source told Shafaq News Agency, "The leader of the Sadrist movement is studying the terms of the initiative presented by Barham Salih, Mustafa Al-Kazemi and Faiq Zaidan, to resolve the dispute with the forces objecting to the election results and to create the appropriate atmosphere to form the next government according to the electoral maturity and in a manner that guarantees the right of all participating forces." in the political process.
The source added that "the terms and clauses of the tripartite initiative do not differ much from the terms of the initiative that Al-Sadr put forward a few days ago, which is a new coalition government program in the proposal, as it put things right."
The source, who is close to al-Sadr, explained that "the initiative of the presidencies should direct not to disclose its full contents, but it includes, in part, addressing the issue of dissolving the Popular Mobilization by integrating all the brigades and factions affiliated with the parties and currents within the Popular Mobilization Institution, and engaging in it is voluntary."
He continued, "As for those who refuse, they will have a choice between the ministries of interior or defense, provided that special directorates will be created for them that define their tasks and duties within the institutional system, and this point may be accepted by the objecting parties."
He pointed out that "the forces that reject the results of the elections and the initiatives that include dissolving the armed factions, may accept the solutions developed by the presidencies, which it is hoped that Al-Sadr will determine his position on them in the coming days."
The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, had discussed last Thursday, with Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and the head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faeq Zeidan, the developments in the political situation in the country and the outcome of the recent elections.
On the other hand, a political analyst close to the Sadrist movement, Manaf al-Moussawi, said that "Al-Sadr was clear in presenting his initiative, which included explicit and bold paragraphs regarding the future of the new political process in accordance with activating the principles of accountability for those involved in corruption and wasting public money and referring them to the judiciary, in addition to limiting arms to the hands of the Sadrist movement." Country".
Al-Moussawi told Shafaq News Agency, "Therefore, any new initiative does not include paragraphs or items that differ from what was proposed in the Al-Sadr initiative, and even information that indicates that the presidencies presented an initiative to resolve the crisis, confirms that most of the paragraphs included in it do not differ in content from what was stated in the initiative." Al-Sadr, except for amending some paragraphs, which sends messages of reassurance to all forces that the next government will adopt a clear government program that seeks to restore the prestige of the state.
Al-Sadr, who has a large fan base, insists on forming a majority government, refusing to participate in a consensual government, which is the usual context in previous governments.
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