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The conflict of the 'current' and the 'framework' is escalating.. Has the moment of al-Sistani come?

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[size=52]The conflict of the 'current' and the 'framework' is escalating.. Has the moment of al-Sistani come?[/size]

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[size=45]The conflict escalated between the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr, and the forces of the "coordinating framework" backed by Iran, after the Judicial Council announced that it would not interfere in the issue of dissolving parliament, amid questions about the possibility of the religious authority Ali al-Sistani's intervention to end the 10-month-old crisis.[/size]
[size=45]A few days ago, al-Sadr’s supporters have been camping in the parliament building in the middle of the Green Zone, where their leader demanded the dissolution of the Iraqi parliament and the holding of early elections, while the “coordinating framework” forces reject this path, and instead call for the formation of a new government and the amendment of the electoral law, and then proceeding with early elections.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Sadr resorted to the Supreme Judicial Council and asked it to dissolve Parliament, to which the latter responded that its powers did not allow this, amid fears of civil disobedience that Al-Sadr might declare.[/size]
[size=48]Attention to Sistani[/size]
[size=45]In the midst of these developments, attention is directed to the supreme authority of Iraq's Shiites, Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, and whether he will issue a fatwa or clear instructions to put an end to the political crisis, especially since over the past years, al-Sistani's interventions have been decisive when matters reach certain levels.[/size]
[size=45]Over the past years, Sistani's interventions have been decisive in some issues, whether direct instructions and recommendations, or fatwas and Friday sermons delivered by his agents in the provinces of Najaf and Karbala.[/size]
[size=45]The Shiite political blocs have said that Al-Sistani is one of the “safety valves” regarding the situation in Iraq, and will stand in the way of any attempt to erupt an armed conflict between the factions or parties that have armed arms. The current and the frame, each brandishing its military might.[/size]
[size=45]In 2014, Al-Sistani intervened with his famous call for citizens to volunteer within the ranks of the security forces to confront ISIS, which then entered the Nineveh Governorate, to be established based on that fatwa, the Popular Mobilization, and several armed factions that were fighting outside Iraq acquire an official and legal status.[/size]
[size=45]But al-Sistani faced objections and criticism from political figures and even religious references, that his fatwa was used to legitimize armed militias.[/size]
[size=45]In the same year, al-Sistani clearly intervened as well, when the head of the “State of Law” coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, insisted on taking over as prime minister for a third term, but a message arrived from al-Sistani to the political blocs, that he should be changed, which is what actually happened.[/size]
[size=48] The checklist is monitoring the situation[/size]
[size=45]In turn, a cleric close to the religious authority stressed that “the reference was not its previous interventions as a matter of guardianship, but the respect it enjoys from everyone makes its words heard in many critical times,” noting that “it is now monitoring the situation, and receiving continuous reports about the situation.” The level of conflict between the political forces.[/size]
[size=45]The cleric, who refused to reveal his name, added to (BasNews), that "Sistani has closed his doors since 2013 to the political blocs, and refused to meet with any of them, because those meetings were not used for political promotion, as well as to deliver clear messages that he stands with everyone."[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that "the intervention of the reference, if it occurs, will be with recommendations and instructions that agree between the litigants, and calm the situation in the country, in general."[/size]
[size=45]Despite the symbolism that Al-Sistani enjoys, his fatwas and instructions are not considered applicable to many political parties, factions and blocs, as he often spoke through his agents about the need for reforms in political action, fighting corruption, integrating militias into the ranks of the military, and not assigning responsibilities to (The experimenter) according to the famous saying (the experimenter does not try), but none of that happened, which raises questions about the extent to which the armed factions would respond to Sistani’s call, if he had launched it.[/size]
[size=45]Some groups went even further, when they stood in the face of the popular protests that erupted in 2019, and incited against the demonstrators, of whom more than 800 people were killed, and about 25 others were injured, despite the fact that the religious authority clearly stood with those demonstrations, and demanded the implementation of its program , which indicates the possibility of the conflicting parties in Iraq indifference to any rational or secular appeal, even if it came from the Najaf authority.[/size]
[size=48]Pro-Iranian factions[/size]
[size=45]In turn, political analyst Imad Muhammad believes that "the conflict between the political blocs at present, specifically between the "current" and the "framework", is still under the roof and regulated by the rules of engagement, and it is governed by several internal and external factors, and perhaps this level is the highest, and things will return. to its nature,” noting that “the Najaf authority is unlikely to intervene now, and it is waiting for the situation in general.”[/size]
[size=45]Muhammad added, in a statement to (Basnews), that "most of the armed factions are affiliated with Iran and Khamenei's reference, and this also raises a question about the extent of their commitment to Sistani's fatwa, if issued," noting that "an armed clash - if it happened - Sistani's instructions, cannot be He stopped it without outside interference, specifically Iranian.”[/size]
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