[size=36]A bloc expects the coordination framework to launch a new initiative to melt the political ice[/size]
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The representative of the Sadiqoun bloc, Muhammad al-Baldawi, expected on Sunday to launch a new initiative for the coordination framework in order to end the political blockage, indicating that the speech of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, caused a major stagnation in the political negotiations.
Al-Baldawi said, according to his bloc’s media, that “the atmosphere of the political movement at the present time is still completely stagnant in relation to the tripartite alliance and the coordination framework, especially after the speech of the leader of the Sadrist movement last,” noting that “the movement that is currently taking place in the Salah al-Din resort is between sovereignty, determination and democracy, as well as the Kurdish movement.” Al-Kurdi can leave it with a new political initiative that would undermine the political crisis.”
He added that "if the coordination framework does not obtain a political consensus, it will seek to obtain a new political agreement that guarantees the rights of all during the next stage by agreeing to form the largest bloc and then agreeing on the specifications of the next prime minister and setting a plan, approach and government program to manage the next stage, even if it does not We participate in the government.”
Al-Baldawi pointed out that “there is a difference between participating in the political process and taking responsibility, and participating in the government.