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The first comment of the coordination framework after its meeting: Al-Sadr's tweet blew up our understandings
March 22 2022
Ultra Iraq - Editorial Team
The leaders of the coordination framework forces held a meeting at the home of the head of the Al-Hikma Movement, Ammar al-Hakim, on the evening of Monday, March 22, 2022.
Al-Sadr's call to attract independents in the presidential election session blew up the understandings with the coordination framework in previous times
The meeting came after the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, invited independent representatives to attend Saturday's session to achieve the quorum required to elect the president of the republic.
The leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hamid Al-Moussawi, said that the coordination framework meeting "came at a very important time to discuss the crossroads facing the political process."
On the agenda of the meeting of the leaders of the coordination framework were the changes that occurred and the political disputes during the past hours, according to Al-Moussawi, who confirmed that "Al-Sadr's call to attract independents in the presidential election session blew up the understandings with the coordination framework in previous times."
In an interview with Ultra Iraq, Al-Moussawi indicated that "the framework believes in the necessity of leaving a clear space for the two Kurdish parties to resolve their dispute," stressing that "the framework stressed the need to support any agreement between the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union to resolve the presidency away from the existing Shiite division."
Regarding the formation of the government, al-Moussawi explained that “the doors of the coordination framework are open to everyone, the latest of which was the understandings with the leader of the Sadrist movement about his candidate Jaafar al-Sadr,” stressing that “the framework adheres to the condition of forming a larger Shiite bloc exclusively to support any candidate for prime minister.”
Al-Moussawi added that "the framework always accepts any initiative put forward to resolve the political crisis, whether in the Shiite, Sunni or even Kurdish homes," noting that "the last initiative of the framework was to bridge the views between the two Kurdish parties, but it failed."
The leader revealed that there is an "initiative by the leaders of the Sunni component to resolve the differences of the Shiite house, which may be presented in the coming hours."
Al-Moussawi expressed his hope for “positive results for the initiative of the Sunni component,” stressing “the need for the Sadrist bloc to consider the rest of the Shiite house parties in consideration, because marginalizing any party will not be easy and everyone may be forced to agree to go towards new early elections in the event of failure to complete the remaining constitutional benefits.” ".
The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, had [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] "respected and patriotic independent representatives to stand for glory, honor and dignity in order to save the country and rid it of the remnants of corruption, terrorism, occupation, normalization and dissolution by assigning them to the parliamentary session in which the vote on the President of the Republic is taken and not disrupting it with the blocking third that is a newborn." Persuasion and intimidation,” stressing, “We need your courageous stance.”