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    Analysts: Forming a majority government allows for a new political phase represented by the oppositi

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    Post by Rocky Mon Jan 10, 2022 8:32 am

    [size=52]Analysts: Forming a majority government allows for a new political phase represented by the opposition[/size]

    [size=45]Translation/ Hamed Ahmed[/size]
    [size=45]According to a report by the Arab Weekly AW website, the features of the government coalition have become apparent with the integration of Sunni forces into an alliance that brings them together and the convergence of views between the main Kurdish parties, as this is expected to lead to the crystallization of a unified force for talks to form a government, and what is related to the presidency. Ministers, the Sadrists who have avoided naming any candidate for this position may be inclined towards keeping the current Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, in his position despite the objection of the coordination framework to him.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sadr had warmly received Al-Kazemi last Thursday at his residence in the Najaf governorate, amid the movement and negotiations to form the government. Al-Kazemi had previously stated that his visit to Najaf was "purely administrative in nature, not political." However, Iraqi political sources said that the visit is not without political importance, especially with regard to its timing.[/size]
    [size=45]The sources indicated that Al-Sadr sees Al-Kazemi as the most capable figure to lead a national majority government, which he calls for. He attributed Al-Sadr's adherence to Al-Kazemi to several considerations, including the independence of the current prime minister from political parties and his pragmatic management of the crisis during the previous stage. The sources added that Al-Sadr and Al-Kazemi meet with visions on several issues, especially security issues, as Al-Kazemi, as is the case with the leader of the Sadrist movement, believes that weapons must be in the hands of the state only.[/size]
    [size=45]It is reported that political blocs, under which armed factions belong, oppose the renewal of Al-Kazemi's presidential term because they consider him hostile to their interests.[/size]
    [size=45]On the other hand, Iraqi political analysts say that the current Sunni and Kurdish arrangements and consensus are a prelude to declaring the formation of a major alliance between these forces and the Sadrist movement. It is noteworthy that the Sadrist movement, which won the October parliamentary elections, wants to form a national majority government that breaks the consensual sectarian quota system, which led the country's political process for years.[/size]
    [size=45]Analysts pointed out that the road seems clear for the Sadrist movement to assemble a smooth parliamentary alliance with Sunni and Kurdish forces, especially if this alliance succeeded in including independent deputies as well. They emphasized that this might prompt us to enter a new political era in which opposing forces, including armed factions, would unite to take over the opposition camp.[/size]
    [size=45]They believe that this new majority coalition government may break the consensus system on which previous governments based their formation, and which led the country to fall into problems of corruption and mismanagement based on nepotism and sectarianism.[/size]
    [size=45]On the other hand, analysts are concerned that changing the provisions of the political process does not necessarily mean that it will lead to an improvement in the living conditions of Iraqis, especially if we take into account that the forces that will lead the next phase were originally part of the regime against which the Iraqis rose up in street protests year 2019.[/size]
    [size=45]The Azm and Progress Alliance had announced on Wednesday evening that they would be represented by a coalition of 64 deputies in the first session of Parliament. The formation of this alliance was welcomed by the Sadrists and the Kurds, who were part of previous efforts to bridge the gaps between Muhammad al-Halbousi and Khamis al-Khanjar.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Halbousi called, in a statement, to work jointly for the stability and reconstruction of the country and to call for unified positions to help achieve the unity of Iraq. Al-Khanjar said in a similar statement that the coalition that was formed aims to serve Iraq and promote the rights of its people.[/size]
    [size=45]Observers believe that the success of al-Halbousi and al-Khanjar in overcoming past differences is an important step that will pave the way for their parties to play a vital role in the Iraqi political corridors. They hope to restore the aspect of balance within the political system and overcome the obstacles that stood in the way of their influence, which include the dominance of armed factions as well as divisions within the Sunni camp itself.[/size]
    [size=45]The spokesman for the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Mahmoud Muhammad al-Khamis, confirmed the plan to form a joint delegation between the two main Kurdish parties, which will participate in talks to form a new government. Al-Khamis said that the intention is to participate in an alliance with the Sadrists and Sunnis as part of an effort aimed at bringing together the parties to a majority government.[/size]
    [size=45]Observers believe that the road has been paved for the launch of an alliance that brings together the Sadrists, Sunnis and Kurds, noting that while the independent bloc may not join them, they are very likely to vote for the new government in Parliament.[/size]
    [size=45]In a speech on Thursday, President Barham Salih stressed the need to take into account national interests by forming an efficient and effective government that preserves the country's interests and enhances its sovereignty, as well as protecting the interests of Iraqis. He said that this requires solidarity in order to implement the reforms required for a stable and prosperous Iraq.[/size]
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