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Attention is directed to "Al-Hanana" in Najaf to anticipate what might come out of the expected meeting between the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, and the leaders of the "coordinating framework" to set the broad lines for the next stage and move forward towards the government of the "national majority" advocated by al-Sadr, or a return towards The “consensual majority” option, which political experts and analysts preferred to go to due to the tendencies of the leaders of the main components, and until then attention will turn to the main blocs to find out the “largest bloc” that will form the government.
Political analyst and head of the "Iraqi Council for Media Development" Adnan Al-Sarraj said: "The stage now goes beyond the issue of expectations and goes to general trends regarding the formation of (the largest bloc)," noting that "the general trends indicate that the constituent forces, whether they are (Shiite, Sunni or Kurdish) does not tend to the (national majority), but there is part of the understandings related to the formation of coalitions.”
He added, "In the next two days, there will be a decisive meeting between the (Shiite) parties, whether (the coordination framework) or (the Sadrist movement), in order to set the outlines of the agreement, to move forward with the (national majority) or form coalitions and go to the House of Representatives to form ( The largest bloc). And he indicated that “the meeting between the (coordinating framework) and (the Sadrist movement) could result in an (expanded national majority), but in general, the (Sunni and Kurdish forces) have not yet tended, due to their alliances, to engage in the (majority) project. National), but it can tend to the project (the political majority) and it can form coalitions with certain expanded conditions,” noting that “everyone has any idea about the next stage, and the next meeting in (Al-Hanana) will determine these paths and will be a crossroads, either go with one bloc or another concept, according to the opinion of the two blocs.”
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