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    Warnings of the spread of chaos in Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Mon 04 Jul 2022, 5:38 am

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    [size=52]Warnings of the spread of chaos in Iraq[/size]

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    4 July 2022 
    [size=45]Huda Jassim (Baghdad)[/size]
    [size=45]The political crises in Iraq, and the withdrawal of the "Sadr movement" from the political process, raised many repercussions that would provoke a second wave of protests after the events of October 2019, amid warnings against resorting to weapons during the protests.
    Although months have passed since the early elections, great complications and challenges have emerged from the current stage for the political forces.
    With those close to the leader of the Sadrist movement threatening the forces of the "coordinating framework", many tweets were published on Twitter by those close to the movement showing their readiness for any order from Muqtada al-Sadr, which indicates that the doors of popular demonstrations are at the door.
    Haider al-Moussawi, deputy head of the Al-Ittihad Political Decision Center, confirmed that the geography of southern and central Iraq is a “hot slate,” noting that with the different social level, partisan movement, political orientations and the large number of tensions that the country witnessed, especially in the face of terrorist challenges and the formation of military wings for these movements, Things began to take an ascending trend towards the splitting of a number of movements and the continuation of the cleavage.
    Al-Moussawi pointed out that public opinion, after the recent elections, the continuation of the political blockage and the withdrawal of the "Sadr movement" from Parliament, fears of an upcoming chaos that will sweep through that geography similar to what happened in the eighties of the last century in Lebanon.
    He stressed that "tension hangs over these cities and their residents, fearing the outbreak of a second wave of protests in which arms may be resorted to."
    And he added: “The external position will not be silent and will take its last decision regarding the invalidity of this system, and may go to internationalizing the situation and finishing off the rest,” explaining that “in both cases, the geography of central and southern Iraq will be the loser first at the level of infrastructure, social fabric and civil peace.” And what will urge at that time that the Kurdistan region declares its independence and the right to self-determination and the pretext that the situation in Baghdad is no longer safe, and the western provinces will follow the example of the region.”
    Al-Moussawi stressed that “the population of central and southern Iraq is facing a great challenge, and what we see of escalation and mobilization in social media are messages that are not reassuring. Away from tension, and there is no harm in agreeing on a new date for the elections.”[/size]
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