The coordination framework pins its hopes on the judiciary and determines the future of the green sit-ins
Shafaq News/ Spokesman for the State of Law coalition, Bahaa Al-Din Al-Nouri, confirmed on Wednesday that the Shiite coordination framework is awaiting the decisions of the Federal Court on appeals against the Electoral Commission, to start the movement to form the next government.
Al-Nouri told Shafaq News Agency, "The coordinating framework forces presented evidence and appeals, which it is believed that at the very least, decisions can be issued for a comprehensive manual re-counting of votes for all electoral stations."
He added, "We expect the judiciary to find a legal way out to end the election results crisis, and that the framework respects the decisions of the impartial Iraqi judiciary, but there is injustice and it must be looked into and investigated in detail to restore rights to their owners."
Al-Nouri continued: There are also demonstrators demanding their rights, and legal exits must be found for this process (the results of the contested elections) and to pay suspicions of fraud in these elections.
He pointed out that "the judiciary has two paths, either to facilitate the electoral process, or to find legal ways that lead to the correction of the results through several options, including re-counting and comprehensive sorting of all stations, or models are selected and re-counting and sorting for them," adding, "We support the decisions of the judiciary." definitely".
Regarding the demonstrators’ withdrawal from the green gates, if the court’s decision is issued in line with the framework’s ambitions, Al-Nouri pointed out that “the matter is subject to the results of the meeting of the forces of the coordination framework regarding that.”
On the expected meeting between the framework and the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr in Al-Hanana, he added: “So far, the date has not been agreed upon, but it is hoped that joint committees will be formed between the two parties, according to what was agreed upon during the meeting that included all Shiite forces last week at Al-Amiri’s house. In order to maintain dialogues with all political forces, in preparation for naming the largest bloc and forming a government.
Regarding the details of these committees, the State of Law coalition spokesman noted that so far the features are not clear, but the coming days will witness its formation, and then it will be officially announced.
The forces of the coordination framework, which unites the Shiite forces, had held a reconciliation meeting with the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, under the auspices of the leader of the Badr Organization Hadi al-Amiri, and the meeting witnessed at that time the reconciliation of al-Maliki and al-Sadr, after a rupture that lasted more than two years.
It is noteworthy that the Sadrist bloc topped the results of the elections that took place last October, after winning 73 seats in the fifth Iraqi parliament.
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