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Al-Sadr rejects consensus in the Iraqi government... "Suicide"

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A picture of Muqtada al-Sadr in Sadr City, Baghdad (Archive - AFP)

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Meetings are still taking place behind the scenes, with the aim of reaching a consensus, which will push the new Iraqi government into the light.
Today, Sunday, sources reported to Al-Arabiya/Al-Hadath, that a meeting that included the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and the leader of the Fatah Alliance Hadi al-Amiri, was held at night to discuss the issue of government formation.
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The information also indicated that al-Sadr insisted on forming a "national majority" government, as he describes it, without considering any other possibility. He considered that any talk of forming a consensus government is tantamount to suicide.

[size=47]exclusion of al-Maliki[/size]

The Sadrist leader also renewed his adherence to excluding the participation of representatives of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki (which is affiliated with his "Dawa" party within the coordination framework).
Al-Amiri hinted, according to the sources, that the doors of the government formation are open to the participation of the coordinating framework in the event that al-Maliki abandons.
This information comes, while the coordination framework is expected to meet in the coming hours, at the home of former Prime Minister Hadi Al-Amiri, in order to discuss the outcomes of the Al-Amiri and Al-Sadr meeting.




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The past days have witnessed a rise in the level of tension between al-Sadr and some parties loyal to Iran and affiliated with the coordination framework, especially after the Shiite leader agreed with the (Sunni) "Progress" alliance, led by Muhammad al-Halbousi, to elect the latter as speaker of the Iraqi parliament for the second time in a row.
However, the main reason for this tension remains the issue of forming the government, which Al-Sadr insists should be representative of the winners in the parliamentary elections that took place on the tenth of last October, and showed a significant decline in the seats of the Al-Fateh Alliance (close to Iran), while Al-Maliki won more than 30 seats.

[size=47]No to losers in government[/size]

Speaking of the Iranian camp, Riyadh al-Masoudi, a prominent member of the Sadrist movement, said, "Let's be realistic and simply say... that the losers (in the elections) do not form the government."
He also added, according to Reuters, "There is a strong front that includes (the Sadrist movement) and all the Sunnis, and the majority of the Kurds (Kurds) and many independents are able to elect ... a new government in a short period."
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From the sit-in of Al-Fateh Alliance supporters in Baghdad (Archive - Reuters)

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However, the exclusion of the Iranian camp from the next government may entail violent responses by those affected, according to a number of observers.
The legal expert in constitutional affairs and political analyst, Ahmed Younis, said that "the Sadrists are moving towards forming a (national) majority government", while the parties rejecting this step are likely to do everything they can to avoid losing their political control in the country.
While an Iraqi government official, who asked not to be named, made it clear to Reuters that he expected members of the Iranian camp to use the threat of violence to get a place in the government, but he saw that they would not escalate violence into an all-out conflict with al-Sadr.
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Former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki

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Nevertheless, many observers warn that al-Sadr's insistence on marginalizing Iran-aligned parties and its armed factions could be a dangerous gamble.

In this context, political analyst Toby Dodge from the London School of Economics asked, "Is al-Sadr ready for the violent counter-campaign that he might face?"
He also considered that the "armed factions are increasingly making explicit threats of violence... while al-Sadr sticks to his position, it is a frightening moment!"
It is noteworthy that al-Sadr won 73 parliamentary seats, more than any other faction in the fragmented 329-seat assembly.
Therefore, it is now necessary to form a new government to succeed the government of Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and this is often done through the largest bloc. Other currents and factions.
The question remains: "What does Al-Sadr have in store for the coming days?!"
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