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Waiting for the announcement of the largest bloc that includes the Sadrists, progress and the Kurdis

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Waiting for the announcement of the largest bloc that includes the Sadrists, progress and the Kurdis Empty Waiting for the announcement of the largest bloc that includes the Sadrists, progress and the Kurdis

Post by rocky Thu 02 Dec 2021, 5:59 am

[size=52]Waiting for the announcement of the largest bloc that includes the Sadrists, progress and the Kurdistan Democratic Party[/size]

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[size=45]Attention is directed to a bloc expected to be announced among the winning forces in the elections, which is the Sadrist Movement, the Progress Alliance and the Kurdistan Democratic Party, which will take over the process of forming the three presidencies after the approval of the final results of the elections.[/size]
[size=45]Observers confirm that the option of consociationalism has become a thing of the past, after a final position by the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, that he will either form a majority government, or he will go to the opposition and leave the (coordinating framework) to others to address the responsibility.[/size]
[size=45]The Sadrists continue to meet with representatives of political blocs and diplomatic missions, to present their program for the next government, which includes a message that the current is preparing itself to run the state in the next stage, and there is no real competitor to it. On the other hand, sources close to the Shiite wing objecting to the elections, known as the “coordinating framework,” talk about waiting for the Federal Supreme Court to resolve the appeals against the elections, and despite the decline in the chances of these forces to do something in the future, but they are trying at the same time, to gather Perhaps it constitutes a mass outnumbering the Sadrists. However, parties within the coordination framework, led by the Victory Alliance, reject the idea of ​​gathering objectors on the basis of forming a bloc to take over the administration of the state, indicating that the goal of participation is to unify positions on the election results only. According to the final results of the elections, the Sadrist movement won 73 seats, the coalition won 37 seats, and then the Kurdistan Democratic Party won 31 seats. Political expert Manaf Al-Moussawi said, in an interview with Al-Mada, that "the government of the national majority is the only option for making real change that is largely consistent with the principles of democracy, after years of failure under the experience of consensus and sharing, and the resulting corruption and are presented in the presentation services and great public anger.” Al-Moussawi added, "The majority is also compatible with the aspirations of the masses, the choices of the October demonstrations, and the opinions of the religious authority, and therefore we are facing a popular demand that should be respected and implemented in the fullest way, in addition to a commitment that the blocs made earlier."[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out, "The October elections have ended the stage of appeals, after they were all resolved, and there was no evidence to support the existence of fraud, but rather natural changes in five seats that did not affect the positions of the winners, and from today we are waiting for the final results to be approved by the Federal Supreme Court." .[/size]
[size=45]As for Al-Moussawi, “the stage of alliances will begin after the ratification,” he expressed his belief that “there is a great consensus between the three winning forces, namely the Sadrist Movement, the Progress Alliance and the Kurdistan Democratic Party.”[/size]
[size=45]And he added, "The endeavor comes from these forces to announce the most numerous bloc of a longitudinal character that represents all components of the Iraqi people in order to fully address the responsibility in the next stage." Al-Moussawi finds, "This announcement, of the current nature, will make it easier for the next parliament to choose the presidencies, and then proceed with the formation of the government." And he added, "In any case, a consensus government will not be formed for us under the current elections, because if the Sadrists fail to achieve a majority, their choice is to go to the opposition, and they will not retreat from their position in any way." Al-Moussawi added, "This option means the formation of a loyalist bloc represented by the coordination framework, in front of which there is a strong opposition represented by the Sadrist movement, and therefore we will go beyond the issue of consensus in all options." In addition, political expert Ziad Al-Arar stated, in an interview with Al-Mada, that "all political forces are now waiting for what the Federal Supreme Court will decide on the elections. Will it take over the ratification or have another opinion on the objectors' appeals?" Al-Arar continued, "The coming days will witness a hot and exciting political movement in the political dialogue between the various forces." And he expressed his expectation, that "the dialogues will produce two poles for us, the first under the leadership of the Sadrist movement, and the other under the leadership of the coordination framework, and the data says that the first is the closest and most fortunate to the state administration," noting that "the Sadrist movement will start a series of dialogues that include all, except for those who set a red line against them before In the elections, he will not negotiate and enter into an alliance with them, which may include one or two blocs at most.” Al-Arar stated, "The data indicates that the electoral process will eventually produce a strong government, whether it is led by the Sadrist movement or the coordination framework, and in the face of it a strong opposition in which the Sadrist movement or the coordination framework is present." He continues, "The Sadrists' position is clearer that they want to form a government that is responsible to the citizens and the international community to change the reality of the situation in accordance with the constitution and the principle of the national political majority." Al-Arar goes on to say that "the political arena does not have a bloc stronger than the Sadrist movement, which has understandings and principled alliances with the Taqaddam bloc and the Kurdistan Democratic Party." He cautioned, "The government that the Sadrist movement seeks to form with the partners is working according to a method, and this does not mean that we are in front of a consensus, but rather we will have a strong opposition that will have no less impact than the parties that will address the responsibility of managing the state."[/size]
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