After the Qaani-Al-Sadr meeting, "silence" surrounds the movement of the framework and its quest for a new meeting
The sources told Shafaq News Agency, "The coordination framework continues to make efforts to end the differences that hinder the formation of the largest Shiite bloc in the alliance of all its political forces (the framework and the Sadrist bloc)," indicating that "it is hoped that an important meeting will be held during the next two days between the leaders of the framework and one of the aides of the leader The Sadrist Movement or its representative.
The sources added, "The framework forces were supposed to hold their deliberative meeting after the announcement of the results of the visit of the head of the Iranian Quds Force, Ismail Qaani to Al-Sadr in Al-Hanana, and an attempt to unite the Shiite forces in one bloc," explaining that "the disappointing results cast a shadow over the movement within the corridors." The framework prompted the cancellation of the meeting, as silence fell on everyone."
Qaani had held several meetings with senior officials and leaders of parties and political currents in Erbil, Baghdad and Al-Hanana in Najaf as part of a new round of negotiations to resolve the dispute between the most prominent forces of the coordination framework (the leader of the state of law Nuri al-Maliki, the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr), but his third attempt did not achieve its goals.
For his part, the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, which is part of the coordination framework, Ali Hussein Al-Fatlawi, told Shafaq News Agency, "The forces of the coordination framework are making great efforts to succeed in attempts to rearrange the Shiite house, and end the dispute, but unfortunately, it seems that there are those who look at the personalization of problems and not the public interest."
And he added, "Reform is not based on marginalization and exclusion, but on the basis of evaluation, meaning if we want to build a state and the political system, we must contain it, develop plans, a basic system, and a road map to reach the desired goal."
He added, "It is hoped that a meeting or a close meeting will be held in Baghdad during the next two days, between the framework's forces and one of al-Sadr's aides or his representative to resolve the dispute between the framework and al-Sadr, followed by an expanded meeting or meeting that includes all Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish political forces to lay down a road map for forming the next government." .
Al-Sadr seeks to form a national majority government by excluding some of the forces with which he disagrees, including the State of Law coalition led by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, while Shiite forces affiliated with the coordination framework insist on forming a consensus government in which all political forces participate, similar to the scenario of forming previous governments.
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