[size=36]A member of the Sadrist movement: It is not possible to satisfy all parties and form a consensus government[/size]
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Hussein said, "There is an inflation witnessed by the political process with personalities and political parties, and the search for consensus and the satisfaction of all these parties is not possible because positions do not accommodate everyone as a number."
He added, "Therefore, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, finds that a return to previous consensual scenarios with these parties will bring dangerous scenarios that cannot be allowed to return, such as the scenario of the fall of a number of cities into the hands of terrorist ISIS gangs."
He added, "Mr. al-Sadr wants the presidential election session to pass to complete the constitutional entitlements, and a national majority government is formed, and in return there may be an opposition that plays its role."
Regarding the coordination framework initiative under the auspices of Hadi Al-Amiri, Hussein stressed, "We believe that the initiative concerns the framework and not the rest of the boycotting forces, as the objectors represent 25 parties, all of which must be coordinated by Al-Amiri."
He stressed that "talking about an initiative involving all the 329 forces and representatives to run the country, we do not believe it is realistic, as it is not possible to satisfy parties with this number and share power with them."
He stressed that "state-building requires a knowledgeable identity for the new government so that the Iraqi individual can distinguish whether the identity of this government is a Sadrist or a preacher, for example, in order to diagnose the faults and who is responsible."
He added, "The House of Representatives is able to issue a decision condemning the representatives who are not present in the sessions, especially those related to the constitutional terms."
And earlier today, Wednesday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, confirmed that there is no good in a consensus government on the sharing of shares. Ended 29 / p. 87