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    Al-Sadr’s Coordination Framework Options: Weapon or Reassuring Opposition

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    Post by Rocky Thu Feb 03, 2022 7:51 am

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    Al-Sadr’s Coordination Framework Options: Weapon or Reassuring Opposition
    February 02 2022

    The [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] of the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani, to reduce the tension between the Sadrist movement and the coordination framework came in the midst of the struggle to form the next government, which is now one step away, represented by the presidency.
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    The coordination framework did not receive messages from the leader of the Sadrist movement reassuring him before going to the opposition
    The problem lies in the insistence of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, to form a government called a "national majority" that does not require the exclusion of the entire coordinating framework, but stresses the necessity of an opposition to the government called "national" recently, while the coordinating framework forces see that their presence in the opposition It will make it weak and unable to do anything against the numerical mass loyal to the government.
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    After talking about the failure of successive consensual governments since 2003 and the calls to form a majority government by allowing the winners to choose their cabinet and monitor them through the House of Representatives, a commentator asks on a television program why the coordination framework “fears” about not participating in the government at a time when the framework has parties that have her fans?
    The clearest response came from a member of the coordination framework and through another program, as Ali Al-Fatlawi says that the framework did not receive a “reassurance paper” in order to go to the opposition, but rather the speeches of the leader of the Sadrist movement were exclusionary, which gives them the right to “bear arms and fight” in self-defense, emphasizing The categorical rejection of the calls for “merging the Popular Mobilization Forces with the security services,” and a member of the coordination framework warns of the consequences of “the components of this framework going to the boycott, not the opposition.”


    Kurdistan Democratic Party MP Rinas Jano believes that the coordination framework is justified by his request for a reassurance card from the Sadrist movement. It is likely that his party will ask al-Sadr to "provide reassurances to the framework," as Jano asserts that "it is not possible to move forward with the political process without reassurances."
    At the same time, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] member of the coordination framework, Saad al-Saadi, said that "the framework forces have not yet received any positive signals about the meeting of al-Sadr, al-Halbusi, al-Barzani and al-Khanjar in al-Hanana."
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    The coordination framework confirmed in a statement on January 26 that "the continuation of the exclusionary approach means pushing the entities that received the majority of citizens' votes in the last elections collectively to go to the opposition or boycott." 
    It is expected that the candidate of the most numerous parliamentary bloc will be tasked with forming the government at the same session in which the president of the republic will be elected on February 7, which will be the share of the Sadrists, according to the late legal expert Tariq Harb.
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