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    Al-Sadr challenges his opponents .. "Form a government by yourself within 40 days"

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    Post by Rocky Fri 01 Apr 2022, 6:03 am

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    A picture of Muqtada al-Sadr in an Iraqi street (Reuters)

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    Published in:Apr 01, 2022: 10:02 AM GSTLast updated:Apr 01, 2022: 10:37 AM GST

    With [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , despite having a parliamentary majority in Iraq, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, launched a challenge in the face of his opponents.
    In a tweet on his Twitter account yesterday evening, and after 3 sessions in the Iraqi parliament that failed to elect a president for the lack of a quorum, amid the dispute with the “coordinating framework” that includes parties, alliances and factions close to Tehran, Al-Sadr announced his retreat for the next forty days, and granted his rivals opportunity to form the next government in the country.
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    While he attacked his opponents, saying that they "obstructed the process and are still obstructing it", he called on his followers not to interfere "positively or negatively", while the coordinating framework forces, which adhered to the so-called "blocking third", are trying to form its government without the Sadrist bloc.
    As for the reason for his behavior, he mentioned it in his tweet as well, saying that he did not want Iraq to remain paralyzed without a government or president.
    To that, he granted his opponents from the beginning of Ramadan until forty days later in order to consult with the rest of the parliamentary blocs in order to form a government of national unity, perhaps in reference to the allies of the Sadrist movement from the Kurds and Sunnis.
    On the other hand, there was no immediate comment from the "coordinating framework" forces.
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    Muqtada al-Sadr (archive - The Associated Press)

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    Al-Sadr's sudden move comes against the backdrop of the continuing political stalemate in Iraq, more than five months after the end of the legislative elections that took place last October. Especially after the political parties reached a dead end, while the Shiite leader who won the elections was unable to form a coalition government.
    It also comes at a time when the political forces have only a few days before entering a constitutional vacuum. According to the decision of the Federal Supreme Court issued on March 6, the deadline for opening the door for candidacy for the post of President of the Republic for one time ends on April 6. Parliament and call early elections within two months.



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    However, it is also a gamble because the failure of the coordination framework will give the Sairoon Alliance great influence, but its success will transform the Sadr party into the role of the opposition, and thus exclude it from the next government.
    It is noteworthy that the Sadr bloc failed, over 3 sessions, to deliver its candidate from the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Ribar Ahmed, to the presidency, due to the lack of a quorum.
    While the Sadrist movement allied with the Democratic Party, as well as the Progress Alliance (headed by Parliament Speaker, Muhammad al-Halbousi), adhere to forming a national majority government from the winners of the parliamentary majority during the elections that took place on the tenth of last October, the coordination framework, which includes representatives, is still On the part of the Popular Mobilization Forces, the “Coalition of State of Law” party affiliated with Nuri al-Maliki, and other parties and factions loyal to Iran, they demand what has become known as the “blocking third” in any future government, and it also adheres to its candidate for the presidency, Barham Salih.
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