[size=36]After al-Sadr's statements... Deputy: The coordination framework has no problem with going to the opposition[/size]
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, Representative of the State of Law coalition, Muhammad Al-Ziyadi, said today, Wednesday, that the coordinating framework has no problem in going to the opposition in the event that the Sadrist movement continues to insist on the majority that "will exclude groups and keep others."
Al-Ziyadi said in an interview with "Mawazine News", "The opinion of the coordinating framework is one and fixed, either to go and ally with the movement with everyone or stay without the alliance with everyone as well," adding that "our approach remains without any division of the coordination framework, and that the framework confirmed during its meeting Yesterday on his vision to engage all components in a consensual manner.”
And he continued, "The Sadrist movement is Egypt on the principle of the majority, which will exclude groups and keep others, and thus the coordinating framework does not have any problem with going to the opposition," continuing to say that "
And the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, said yesterday (January 25, 2022), that he had informed the head of the Fatah Alliance Hadi al-Amiri and the head of the Ataa Faleh al-Fayyad movement of his "rejection of the alliance with" the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki.
Today, Wednesday, the coordination framework issued a statement after the meeting held by its leaders yesterday evening, Tuesday, stressing its commitment to the principle of participation and its rejection of the "exclusion approach", while indicating that it is not against the principle of the national majority, but he said that the majority "shall not be at the expense of One component. Ended 29/N33