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Al-Asadi: The 'Shiite House' meeting has not happened since 2007... We asked for Sadr's support

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Al-Asadi: The 'Shiite House' meeting has not happened since 2007... We asked for Sadr's support Empty Al-Asadi: The 'Shiite House' meeting has not happened since 2007... We asked for Sadr's support

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The head of the National Sindh bloc, Ahmed al-Asadi, confirmed, on Thursday, that the meeting of the leaders of the coordination framework, with the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, did not address the formation of the government and its details.  
  
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Al-Asadi said in a statement that “Nass” received a copy of (December 2, 2021) that “there was no tension between the framework forces and the Sadrist movement after the announcement of the election results, and our objection to the election results is not directed at any of the blocs that won a large number of seats. And this is what we have repeatedly declared, and the evidence for it is the rule of law with us in our objection, and it won a large number of seats.”  
He added, "We have a lot of evidence of the manipulation of the vote counting and announcement mechanism, and we will send the evidence of election manipulation to Al-Sadr for review, and we asked for his support in the lawsuit submitted to the Federal Court, and we are continuing to follow the legal path and public events in our objection to these results."  
He stressed that "the meeting of the coordinating framework in the presence of al-Sadr was successful, and the Sadrist movement is a founding member of the coordinating framework," noting that "the meeting of al-Sadr and al-Maliki came after years of estrangement as a positive gesture."  
Al-Asadi pointed out that "today's meeting brought together the entire Shiite house, something that has not happened since 2007, and it brought joy to the hearts of those who love and sadness to the hearts of those who hate Iraq," noting that "the meeting of the framework was a frank session, not a protocol, and did not address the formation of the government and its details, and the meeting was an important gesture. We will work to support it in order to reach realistic solutions to the political impasse in the country."  
He stressed that "the dialogues to form the government will take place after the cases are resolved by the Federal Court, and Iraq needs an expanded majority government," noting that the sentence "neither eastern nor western is an Islamic term launched by Imam Khomeini, and we are proud and rejoiced a lot when al-Sadr repeats it."  
Al-Asadi indicated that "forming a weak majority government will expose it to failure and be vulnerable to blackmail or collapse, and people are waiting for a government that will serve and address problems."  
He pointed out that "the elections witnessed a boycott of two-thirds of Iraqis, which calls for reviewing the performance and correcting the path to convince the masses and the parties gathered today to feel the magnitude of the great crisis in Iraq. Al-Sadr did not come to the meeting to conclude an agreement, but to solve a problem."  
The meeting agreed, according to Al-Asadi, to "the withdrawal of foreign forces at the specified time."  
  
Today, Thursday, the Wisdom Movement led by Ammar al-Hakim summarized some of the outcomes of the coordination framework meeting, which took place in the presence of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr.  
The leader of the movement, Fadi al-Shammari, said in a clarification that he followed, "Nass", that "the meeting of Shiite leaders is a national necessity to save Iraq from slipping into the abyss and internal fighting."    
He added, "The meeting decided that the next prime minister would be by consensus, and the ministers would be eligible for election."    
Al-Shammari indicated that "the meeting dealt with talking about coming up with a unified vision to address the political blockage."    
He explained that "the participants agreed that this meeting would not be the last, but rather it is a key to other meetings in which the points of contention between the Shiite forces will be agreed upon. The meeting will pave the way for the formation of coordination committees to discuss the details related to forming the largest bloc."    
He also pointed out that "the meeting agreed to form a joint committee to prepare a unified paper that will be the basis for a government program to be presented to the political partners and will be binding on the next government."    
  
The media office of the head of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hadi al-Amiri, announced the end of the meeting, which brought together the leaders of the coordination framework and the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr.  
In a statement, the office said, "Nass" received a copy of it, that "the meeting of the coordination framework that was held in the office of the head of the Al-Fateh Alliance Hadi Al-Amiri has ended."      
Without revealing more details about the outcome of the meeting.      
  
The head of the "National Sindh" assembly, Ahmed al-Asadi, confirmed that the meeting of the coordination framework forces with the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, at the house of the head of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hadi al-Amiri, was to discuss the developments of the current situation.  
Al-Asadi said in a statement published by his office, that "Nass" received a copy of it, "The leaders of the coordination framework received Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr at the house of Hajj Hadi al-Amiri to discuss the outstanding issues and the latest developments in the current situation in all cordial and brotherly manner."        
He added, "This is to strengthen national cohesion and unity among the people of the same country and to serve the interests of the Iraqi people, which is a priority for all parties."        
  
The head of the Sadrist bloc, Hassan al-Adari, commented on the meeting of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, with the leaders of the coordination framework.  
Al-Adhari said in a brief blog post, which was reviewed by "Nass", in which he said: "Al-Sadr and Al-Islah do not separate."          
  
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A meeting was held at the home of the head of the Al-Fateh Alliance Hadi Al-Amiri, a meeting of the coordination framework forces with the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr.  
Al-Sadr received a number of officials, before the start of the scheduled meeting, to discuss the results of the electoral process.        
  
  
  
The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, arrived at the house of the head of the Fatah Alliance Hadi al-Amiri, in the presence of all the leaders of the coordination framework.  
The media office of the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance stated in a brief statement, that "the coordination framework meeting, in the presence of Muqtada al-Sadr, in the office of the head of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hadi al-Amiri."            
  
Hammam Hammoudi, head of the Islamic Supreme Council, stressed the importance of the Shiite house's meetings with all its components, and the dialogues that he intends to hold today, noting that "the unity and stability of Iraq is part of the unity of the Shiite house and its ability to face challenges and correct the path."  
And he indicated in a statement received by "Nass", that "the meeting of the Shiite house is in order to build a unified vision through which it bears the responsibility of lifting injustice, and addressing the imbalances of the political process, including failure, corruption, and partisan exploitation of the state, and correcting the course for the prosperity and renaissance of Iraq and the welfare of its people." .            
He explained, "Everyone is keen, at this stage, for Iraq's unity and stability, which cannot be achieved unless its political forces, especially the Shiites, which represent the largest population component, are cohesive and cohesive, and able to produce a strong parliament at the level of citizen's ambition, and an effective national opposition in correcting any imbalances and rejection." Repeating the mistakes of the past.            
  
And the office of the leader of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, announced yesterday, Wednesday, that the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, will be hosted by the "coordinating framework" on Thursday.  
Hisham al-Rikabi, director of al-Maliki's office, said in a brief post seen by "Nass", that "Mr. al-Sadr will be hosted by the coordinating framework on Thursday."                
  
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The former deputy of the State of Law coalition, Alia Nassif, said, earlier, that the "coordinating framework" included among its demands the position of Vice President of the Republic.  
Nassif explained that "the outcomes of the coordination framework meeting are prior," noting that "signs of harmony began to appear after the commission's approval of the results between the parties that were ascending in the media, and between those that absorb and listen to the media escalation, as they know the result that we have reached today, which is a consensual government." between all the Shiite parties.                  
She added, "It is not possible to speak of a majority government in light of Sunni and Kurdish participation, so that it becomes a majority on the Shiite side only, and it is difficult to reach such a majority government," noting that "the majority must be on all sides in order to be called a majority, and the majority government must participate in it." Part of the Kurds and part of the Sunnis.                  
And she added, "The consensual government will be characterized by reducing concessions by any of the parties."                  
She pointed out that "the three presidencies will be resolved by agreement between the political forces, and the one with the most seats has the greatest luck in chairing Parliament."                  
She pointed out that "the Kurdish side agreed not to enter the government, except with the agreement of the Shiite house."                  
Regarding the positions of the three presidencies, Nassif said: "I think that the position of Deputy Prime Minister or Vice President of the Republic will be in favor of the coordination framework, and among our demands is to obtain the position of Vice President of the Republic."    
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