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Baghdad: Muhannad Abd al-Wahhab
The meeting that brought together the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, and the leader of the Fatah Alliance Hadi al-Amiri in Al-Hanana in Najaf yesterday evening, Saturday, opened a window of hope and optimistic statements from several parties, about the possibility of a breakthrough between the Sadrist movement on the one hand and the coordination framework on the other hand regarding the largest bloc and the formation of the largest bloc on the other. The new government, as political sources confirmed that the two parties representing the Shiite house are close and in agreement on strategic issues, with undeniable differences, despite the tweet of the leader of the Sadrist movement, in which he reiterated his “national majority government, not eastern, not western.” .
Jawad al-Bolani, a member of the State of Law coalition, said in an interview with “Al-Sabah”: “The difference exists between the coordination framework and the Sadrist movement, but the strategic issues refer to gathering the situation and uniting the word, which is the slogan of the coordination framework directed at all political forces,” noting that “everyone should He gets his electoral entitlement, as all political forces have a mass base, and these masses are waiting for action on the ground to provide services and reform the economic system.” Al-Bolani stressed that “the coordination framework established controls and mechanisms for the form of the government program, so that the next government would be different, and the parliament would be different from the previous one, given the circumstances of the stage that Iraq is witnessing in light of many international changes and gaps within the region,” and that “the coordination framework has conditions on the All positions of responsibilities are in the state, and there is no blank instrument.
For her part, MP Laila Al-Tamimi indicated in an interview, that “the agreements are still under consultation, and the coordination framework is still continuing in discussions with all political blocs, including the bloc.
She added that "the coordination framework has many understandings with the Kurdish and Sunni sides, and discussions are still underway with the Sadrist bloc."
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