An urgent meeting of the framework and its allies to discuss political developments and Al-Sadr's position
The director of the office, Hisham al-Rikabi, told Shafaq News Agency, "The leaders of the coordination framework and the forces allied with it will hold an important meeting this evening, in the office of former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, to discuss political developments," noting that "all positions are usually studied by the leaders of the framework and the situation." The latter will be discussed in detail.
Al-Rikabi indicated that "there is a clear and explicit position that will be issued later regarding all these developments."
Al-Rikabi added that "the framework will inevitably lead to a series of dialogues and discussions with all political forces in order to get out of the political crisis and form a government."
Today, Monday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, criticized the Iraqi judiciary, accusing it of keeping pace with the "disgraceful" actions of the blocking third, threatening at the same time the "blocking third" in reference to the coordinating framework.
Al-Sadr said in a speech addressed to the Iraqi people, followed by Shafak News Agency, that "the people suffer from poverty, as there is no new majority government that may benefit them, nor the current government that can serve and benefit them." ?". Referring to the judiciary's decision to repeal the Food Security Law.
He added, "They target the people and reject their subjugation, and the most amazing thing is that the judiciary is keeping pace with the disgraceful acts of the blocking third in terms of knowing or not knowing," noting that "the authority blinded them to the weight, fear and shortage of money and lives, militias' domination, dependency, and fears of normalization and epidemics."
And yesterday, Sunday, Al-Sadr announced the trend towards the opposition, after the failure of the political parties, including his Sadrist bloc, to form the Iraqi government, months after the legislative elections were held in the country.
Al-Sadr called on the parties and parliamentary blocs, including "the Sovereignty and the Democratic Party) to form a government.
It is noteworthy that the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, launched two initiatives to form the federal government, one of which announced its failure, which he granted to the coordination framework at the beginning of last April, and the other he launched to independent deputies on the third of this month, giving them 15 days to carry out the task of forming the government in cooperation with allies in The Triple Alliance (Save a Homeland) from the Kurds and Sunnis without representing the Sadrist bloc as ministers.
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