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Al-Kazemi returns to the fore as a "strong" candidate to head the next government

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Post by rocky Sat 22 Jan 2022, 6:25 am

[size=52]Al-Kazemi returns to the fore as a "strong" candidate to head the next government[/size]

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Al-Kazemi receiving the family of Colonel Yasser Al-Jourani, who was killed at the hands of “ISIS”…

[size=45]Although the position of the leader of the "Sadr movement" Muqtada al-Sadr was not clear in terms of the talks held with him by the commander of the Iranian "Quds Force" Ismail Qaani, the position of al-Sadr did not budge, according to the ongoing movement between the "Sadr movement" and the "coordinating framework", in terms of accepting some of the Coordination framework only. Al-Sadr, who used to express his position regarding his adherence to the government of the national majority when meeting any official or delegation, is still the master of silence for him, especially after his meeting with Qaani. But he violently attacked what he called "the prosecutor of the resistance", against the backdrop of the attack on the headquarters of the second deputy speaker of parliament, Shakhwan Abdullah, in Kirkuk.
According to political observers, Sadr's violent attack on the armed factions; None of which claimed responsibility for a series of attacks that included the headquarters of Sadr's allies from the Sunnis ("Progress" and "Azm") and the Kurds (the Kurdistan Democratic Party), which means that Sadr is still seeking to include those he described in a previous tweet on Twitter as “He still thinks well of them.” What is meant by that is the “Al-Fateh Alliance” led by Hadi Al-Amiri.
on their part; The forces of the “coordinating framework” (which includes several Shiite forces whose results varied in the elections, namely: “Al-Fateh Alliance”, “State of Law”, “The Wisdom Movement”, “Victory”, “National Contract” and “Supreme Council”) are still continuing. Hold almost daily meetings, but without issuing a statement as was the case in previous meetings. Even a few days before the visit of Qaani and the Lebanese Wajih Kawtharani, responsible for the Iraqi file in the Lebanese “Hezbollah”, the forces of the “coordinating framework” were expressing their positions in an official statement after each meeting, summarizing that the position of the forces of the “coordinating framework” is unified on all issues related to the formation of the next government. But that has changed over the last four days; Since the start of a meeting of the leaders of the "framework" is announced, the outcomes of the meeting remain secret, while the leaks begin either through media close to one of the "framework" parties, or through leaders in these alliances. However, according to information obtained by Asharq Al-Awsat from close sources, “the (framework) forces are in a critical situation; Especially since al-Sadr's position did not budge from adopting not only the idea of ​​a majority government; Rather, his absolute rejection of the accession of all forces (the framework) to this government, by his insistence on the exclusion of the leader (coalition of state law) Nuri al-Maliki. According to the same sources; “The forces of (the coordinating framework), although they see that the exclusion of al-Maliki, who has 34 seats, which is about half of the seats (the coordinating framework); Which means that the forces (the framework) if they agreed to exclude al-Maliki from among their ranks; Its position will be weak regarding the cohesion of (the Sadr bloc), which has 75 deputies in Parliament.” According to the same sources; “The forces of (the coordinating framework), although they see that the exclusion of al-Maliki, who has 34 seats, which is about half of the seats (the coordinating framework); Which means that the forces (the framework) if they agreed to exclude al-Maliki from among their ranks; Its position will be weak regarding the cohesion of (the Sadr bloc), which has 75 deputies in Parliament.” According to the same sources; “The forces of (the coordinating framework), although they see that the exclusion of al-Maliki, who has 34 seats, which is about half of the seats (the coordinating framework); Which means that the forces (the framework) if they agreed to exclude al-Maliki from among their ranks; Its position will be weak regarding the cohesion of (the Sadr bloc), which has 75 deputies in Parliament.”
While the idea of ​​distributing a number of representatives of the State of Law coalition to the forces of the “coordinating framework” has been popular over the past few days, as a way out to resolve the crisis between the “current” and the “framework,” as long as al-Sadr’s position appears personally to al-Maliki without his coalition, the representative of the State Law» Dhurgham al-Maliki denied the existence of such an idea. Al-Maliki said in a statement that “(The State of Law Coalition) represents the main force within the (framework) because of the number of parliamentary seats it possesses, which reached 35 after two minorities joined it,” denying that “there is an idea to distribute a number of deputies ( The rule of law) over the rest of the forces of the (coordinating framework) as a way out to resolve the crisis between (the framework) and (the current). Al-Maliki explained that “the State of Law coalition is coherent and organized under the tent of the (coordinating framework),” stressing that “the forces of the (framework) are coherent as well, and there is no withdrawal or alliance of any of its forces outside the (framework).”
According to these statements and other opinions expressed under different names; This in itself means that there are differences within the "framework" forces, but they have not been made public so far, while al-Sadr's position remains the same.
According to this political movement; It is among the positions and opinions that all of this has repercussions on the personalities nominated for the next government. Among them is the current Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi. At a time when there was a veto regarding the three presidencies (the republic, ministers and parliament), the election of Muhammad al-Halbousi for a second term to head the House of Representatives and the nomination of the current president, Barham Salih himself for a second term, practically dropped this veto, while the position of the prime minister remained dependent on the major bloc. . While the forces of the "coordinating framework" presented themselves as the ones that would form the largest bloc and put forward their candidates for prime minister.[/size]
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