This evening, a new meeting of Qaani and the leaders of the framework to resolve the fate of the parliament session
Shafaq News/ An informed political source revealed, on Thursday, an upcoming meeting that will be held between the leaders of the coordination framework exclusively and the commander of the Iranian "Quds Force" Ismail Qaani, to discuss political developments.
Qaani, who succeeded Qassem Soleimani with the leadership of the Quds Force, who was assassinated in Iraq in a US air raid, repeated his visits to Baghdad to rearrange the Shiite house again and form a consensual government, but his previous attempts did not achieve his goal.
The source told Shafaq News Agency, "The meeting will be held this evening at the house of one of the leaders of the coordination framework to discuss the repercussions of the political scene, specifically resolving the situation regarding the parliament session for electing the president of the republic and what will follow it."
He added, "The holding of a session on Saturday or not is subject to the recommendations or agreements that will be issued in today's meeting, and it may be postponed to the next Monday."
The source pointed out that "the framework is trying to go towards calm and find a stability equation."
Regarding the departure of the tire's supporters in the demonstrations next Saturday, the source explained, "So far, the matter has not been resolved, and all positions remain subject to the results of this evening's meeting."
Yesterday, Qaani held an extensive meeting with the leaders of the framework in conjunction with the start of the demonstrations by the supporters of al-Sadr who reject the candidate for prime minister, Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani.
And earlier today, the Presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives denied setting a date for the election of the President of the Republic, stressing that what was published about setting it next Saturday is not true.
Some political blocs and deputies had announced in earlier times that next Saturday, the House of Representatives would hold a session to elect the President of the Republic, who in turn would ensure the largest parliamentary bloc to form the government.
Earlier today, a leading source in the coordination framework that includes Shiite forces except for the Sadrist movement told Shafaq News Agency; "There is fear among the leadership of the coordination framework of holding a session to elect the president of the republic and assigning the framework candidate, Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani, to form the government, for fear of storming the parliament by supporters of the Sadrist movement, as happened yesterday, Wednesday."
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