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A {final} meeting between Al-Sadr and Al-Amiri

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A {final} meeting between Al-Sadr and Al-Amiri Empty A {final} meeting between Al-Sadr and Al-Amiri

Post by rocky Thu 27 Jan 2022, 6:04 am

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Baghdad: Omar Abdul Latif

It is expected that the next few hours will witness an initiative that may be the “last” that the leader of the Fatah Alliance Hadi al-Amiri will carry to the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr in order to unite the ranks of the Shiite house and melt it into a single parliamentary bloc between the coordination framework and the Sadrist bloc, and at a time when the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada Al-Sadr, yesterday, Wednesday, to the capital, Baghdad, according to a brief statement to the media of the Sadrist movement, the coordination rejected what he described as exclusion and officially waved a boycott.
The head of the Irtiqa Center for Research and Studies, Abbas Al-Ardawi, revealed a visit described as “the last” by the representative of the coordination framework Hadi Al-Amiri to the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada Al-Sadr, today, Thursday, bearing a three-point initiative.
Al-Ardawi told Al-Sabah: “It is hoped that the representative of the coordination framework, Hadi Al-Amiri, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, will visit his residence in Al-Hanana in Najaf, to inform him of the vision of the framework and the outcomes of what has been agreed upon, and to put forward an initiative that some feel may be an appropriate solution to the crisis.” current politics.
He added that "this initiative consists of three points, the first is that there is no (division) of the framework and that it is (coherent), and that the slogan (one bloc) is expressed by most segments of the Shiite component, according to its different political visions, but in the end it represents a popular vision."
He continued, "Going towards participation is very important for the sake of the state of non-exclusion, and to present an important point, which is that the white hand of Mr. Al-Sadr is that participation should be based on principles that are agreed upon or proceed with what was agreed upon in the first session."
Meanwhile, political analyst Haitham al-Khazal revealed that religious and clan parties from outside the political center sought to intervene to end the crisis between the Shiite political parties in order to reunite the Shiite house. Al-Amri's expected visit to Hananah.
It is noteworthy that the representative of the State of Law coalition, Dergham Al-Maliki, saw that Al-Amiri's visit to Al-Sadr will be a "final and decisive" visit, expecting that the visit will be successful and that there will be consensus with the participation of everyone in forming the government without excluding any party.
The coordinating framework had hinted that exclusion from forming the government would push it to opposition or boycott.
The framework issued a statement after a meeting of its forces late yesterday evening, Tuesday, stressing that “the framework forces are not against the principle of the national majority, which is a respected demand, and many political forces have called for it and still do, but this majority should not be at the expense of one component.” .
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