[size=36]Source: The framework and current negotiations are faltering by five points[/size]
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An informed political source revealed, on Saturday, that the reasons for stopping the negotiations between the coordination framework and the Sadrist bloc lie in the intersection between the two parties on five points of contention between them, while another source indicated that there is a "surprise" that will be announced before the session to nominate the President of the Republic. .
The source explained, "The faltering or halting of negotiations between the coordination framework and the Sadrist bloc represented by its leader Muqtada al-Sadr is due to the parties' disagreement on five points, as the Sadrist bloc submitted 12 paragraphs to the framework as a condition for the alliance, and most of them received the approval of the framework."
He pointed out that "the framework, in turn, presented a paper containing 17 paragraphs, the two sides intersected on five of them, including not prejudice to the popular mobilization or its restructuring, and splitting the coordination framework in the sense of polarizing part of the framework and not as a whole, and also dividing the ministerial appointment between the two sides equally, meaning that the Shiite house has 12 A ministry besides the prime minister, while the Sadrist bloc aspires to seven ministries, including the Ministry of the Interior, and the latter is the main point of contention, as well as the position of the prime minister, fighting corruption away from personal targeting and assigning the matter to the judiciary to decide on that.
And the source indicated that "some mediators from the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Alliance of Sovereignty took it upon themselves to dissolve the dispute between the two Shiite poles and re-negotiations between them directly prior to the naming session of the President of the Republic scheduled to be held next Saturday."
He continued, "According to the information, both parties are conservative and secretive about their internal movement, and this may be a dangerous indication that all Shiite components have popular bases awaiting the announcement of the alliance between the framework and al-Sadr and otherwise, that is, if we reach the point of zero or no return, the street may be moved, which means going to chaos." We hope that does not happen."
On the other hand, a source familiar with the movement in Al-Hanana, Sadr’s residence in the Najaf governorate, revealed that “the leader of the Sadrist movement insists on his candidate for prime minister (Jaafar al-Sadr) with the guarantee of his passing by the majority (the Kurdistan Democratic Party led by Masoud Barzani, the Sovereignty Alliance led by Khamis al-Khanjar, part of framework, and independent representatives).
He pointed out that "there is a surprise that will be announced before the parliament session to name the president of the republic."
Earlier today, the leader in the coordination framework, MP Ahmed Al-Moussawi, revealed that "the forces of the coordination framework have not decided their matter until this moment regarding participation in the parliament session devoted to voting on the new president of the republic, and this matter depends on negotiations and dialogues with the Sadrist movement."
And he indicated that "in the event that there is a final agreement with the Sadrist movement on the process of forming the new government, the forces of the coordination framework will participate in the session.
And the fate of the prospective government is still contingent on an agreement that sometimes looms in the horizon of bilateral meetings between the coordination framework and the Sadrist bloc, and sometimes it seems out of reach because of the many differences between the two parties. Ended 29 / p. 87