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“Losers are after time.” The Sadrists do not meet with the framework until the court’s decision

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“Losers are after time.” The Sadrists do not meet with the framework until the court’s decision Empty “Losers are after time.” The Sadrists do not meet with the framework until the court’s decision

Post by rocky Fri 17 Dec 2021, 6:35 am

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The head of the Baghdad Center for Strategic Studies, Manaf Al-Moussawi, confirmed that there is no close meeting between the Sadrist movement and the coordination framework in Al-Hanana, noting that the meetings may be held after the Federal Court's decision to ratify the election results.

Al-Moussawi said that "there is no meeting now in Al-Hanana, but it is possible that there will be meetings after the results are announced and approved."

Al-Moussawi said that "the Sadrist movement is clear in its vision, for the majority government means part of the whole, and the movement presented a clear alliance programme," noting that "whoever wants the coordination framework to participate with the Sadrist movement must elect the vision in it in implementing this program represented in the process of restoring prestige." The state, imposing the law, limiting arms to the state, and bringing the corrupt to justice.”

“This program is clear for those who are close in vision to the coordination framework, and therefore will have a presence within the formation of the majority government,” according to Al-Moussawi, who pointed out that “whoever does not agree, he must work to build a strong opposition bloc within Parliament that tries to monitor the government’s performance and work.” On the maturation of the democratic mechanism,” he said, noting that “this is the general map of the upcoming political scene.”

As for the objections to the election results and the attempt to cancel them, he stated that “some are trying to gain time by putting pressure on the Federal Court by submitting appeals or talking about canceling the elections,” returning it to “a process to buy time in order to pressure to try to change the position of the Sadrist movement and go to a consensus government.” As in previous governments.

Regarding the leaks about the possibility of a total re-counting and sorting of more stations than have been recounted and sorted, Al-Moussawi said that “the court, if it went to a total re-counting and sorting of about 20% or 30% of the boxes, wants or is trying to reduce the size of the existing political crisis, and therefore The objecting party will benefit from the recounting period to try to find a compromise formula between the two parties on the new vision.”

On the tenth of last October, Iraq witnessed early parliamentary elections led by the Sadrist movement with 73 seats out of 329, while the Progress Alliance won 37 seats, the State of Law coalition won 33 seats, and the Kurdistan Democratic Party won 31 seats.

The results showed the rise of new forces, while others witnessed a great loss, which led the losing forces to reject the preliminary results, accusing the Commission of manipulation and fraud, calling for the annulment of the results and the re-run of the elections.

The leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hadi Al-Amiri, recently received the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, and the leaders of the coordination framework, of which the Al-Fateh Alliance is one of its parties, in a meeting at his home in Baghdad, during which the conferees discussed the outstanding issues, foremost of which is the form of the next Iraqi government.

In a statement, the coordination framework mentioned the most prominent issues discussed by the leaders in the Amiri House:

1 - Take the necessary practical steps to fight corruption, hold the corrupt accountable, and stop the approved waste of public money.

2 - Emphasis on the exit of foreign forces according to the announced timetable and the development of mechanisms to ensure that weapons are confined to the hands of the state.

3- Protecting, supporting and organizing the Popular Mobilization in a way that enhances its role in maintaining security in Iraq.

4 - Criminalization of normalization and everything related to it.

5 - Joint work to preserve the constants of the Iraqi people in addressing moral and social deviations in accordance with legal frameworks.

6 - Working to raise the economic level of the deprived areas and remove political competition from all service projects and remove the disadvantaged from these areas.

The statement pointed out that "the two parties agreed to continue dialogues and discussions, leading to the development of realistic solutions to the blockage in the political scene, while the framework forces affirm their continuation of their legal and public steps with regard to following up on the issue of the election results."
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