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    street warns political forces not to procrastinate in forming government: escalatory steps to come

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    Post by wciappetta Mon 18 Apr 2022, 5:07 am

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    [ltr]street warns political forces not to procrastinate in forming government: escalatory steps to come[/ltr]
    [ltr]baghdad / tamim al-hassan
    escalatory steps may force the street, which recently entered the crisis line to form a government, to force political forces to solve the problem. for more than two weeks, negotiations between sadrist leader moqtada sadr, who holds the most seats in parliament, and his opponents in the shiite "coordination framework" have been suspended.
    in conjunction with the events, a new iranian intervention is expected in iraq in exchange for a us willingness to "repel" tehran's ambitions, and its signs of replacing the ambassadors of the two countries in iraq are beginning to emerge in close time.

    since the last session of parliament on the selection of the president in late march, the issue of forming a government has been deadlocked.
    sadr decided in early april to announce a "political retreat" and asked his 74-seat movement to refrain from declaring the formation of a government.

    the current leader asked his opponents to go without him to negotiate with the political forces within 40 days (starting from the first ramadan even after the holiday.
    sadr's allies in the three-way coalition, save a homeland, which includes a sovereign alliance and the kurdistan democratic party (kdp), have declared their commitment to partner with the current.
    the tripartite alliance has collected at least 180 seats, about 40 fewer than the number required for presidential elections, which in turn will cost the bloc's largest candidate to form a government.
    he was nominated for the federal court's famous interpretation of the need for that number for the "president's choice" hearing on the formation of what has come to be known as the "disabled third", led by a number of shiite forces.
    members of the team, which has entered into an informal partnership with some kurdish and sunni parties, refuse to recognize the formation of a majority government and insist on participating in the principle of "consensus."
    at the end of last week, ammar al-hakim, leader of the al-hikma movement, warned against burning the transition from "consensus" to "majority."
    "it is not possible to jump from the consensus that the political process has been going on over the past period to a government with a national majority," hakim, one of the "disabled third" team, said at a ramadan session.
    the leader of the al-hikma movement calls for a so-called "balanced majority" to get out of the crisis, while saying sticking to the formation of shiites as the largest bloc is a "social reality" and not a "sectarian or sectarian matter."
    they called for a hardening of both sides in the conflict, drawing the attention of the street, which was supposed to be the owner of the "early elections" project he demanded after the october demonstrations.
    "the street is boiling because of the failure of political forces to form a government and the escalation of crises," said mashra al-fariji, an activist and head of a party that ran in the last elections.
    dozens gathered in paradise square in central baghdad last friday, denouncing the continuing crisis.
    "the demonstrators called on parliament to form a government, and the movement of the street will be determined by the response of the house of representatives," he said.
    the legislative elections ended about six months ago, while parliament was able to hold only elections for the speaker of the council, mohamed al-halbousi.
    it is not yet known whether the protests will be repeated on a weekly basis, but al-fariji said: "the demonstrations will return more broadly next time if the crisis continues."
    the demonstrations, which began in october 2019, forced the then government of adel abdul mahdi to resign and hold new elections.
    according to political circles, parliament is expected to dissolve itself and hold early elections again if it fails to form a government.
    the case began to resonate with some currents, with mashaan al-jubouri, a leader of the sovereignty alliance, a member of the "save a homeland" party, twice revealing the discussion of the proposal.
    more recently, the extension movement, a movement that first participated in the last elections, called for the dissolution of parliament if the movement could not form a larger bloc "with independent forces."
    "unfriendly" match!
    amid these tensions, information from behind the scenes of politics suggests that washington has not intervened directly, while iran's influence has declined in the past.
    however, according to sources close to some currents, recent changes have taken place for the two countries at the ambassadorial level, with a new tour in which the two sides will play on the iraqi stadium.
    last week, iran replaced its former ambassador to baghdad, erge masjidi, with another that appeared to be closer to the revolutionary guard.
    hussein al-sadiq, an alternative ambassador, was born in najaf and is fluent in the iraqi dialect, and leaked that he was an adviser to former jerusalem mayor qassem soleimani.
    washington, on the other hand, is preparing to appoint an ambassador to baghdad known for its opposition to iranian policy and factions in iraq.
    u.s. diplomat alina romanoski, a candidate for the new ambassador, said one of her priorities if she takes office is to promote independence and citizenship in iraq.
    the diplomacy's remarks, according to us news sites, came as part of steps to approve her tenure.
    romanoski is currently the u.s. ambassador to kuwait and has spent 40 years at the u.s. state department, the department of defense and the u.s. agency for international development.[/ltr]
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