[size=36]Communist: "Mediation" will not succeed as long as al-Sadr rejects settlement solutions[/size]
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The Iraqi Communist Party stressed, on Friday, the need to find solutions to the roots of the current political problem in the country.
The Secretary of the Communist Party, Raed Fahmy, said in an exclusive interview with Mawazine News Agency, that any political mediation at the present time cannot succeed, especially if one of the concerned parties refrains from agreeing, as is the case with the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, because it is considered one of the settlement solutions.
He added that there are problems that go beyond what al-Sadr is talking about, and that the basis of those problems are in the consociationalism and the same context on which previous governments were formed, indicating that there is no longer a possibility to repeat the same method.
Fahmy indicated, that it is necessary at the present time, if I want success for any dialogue, it must address the foundations of the problem and not its ends, pointing out that the foundations of the problem lie in the consociationalism that brought the country into these crises.
It is noteworthy that the leader of Tayer Al-Hikma, Ammar Al-Hakim, is currently on a visit to Saudi Arabia, where he met Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Al-Hakim confirmed in a tweet via Twitter, which was followed by / Mawazine News /, "We discussed the developments in the Iraqi arena and stressed that dialogue between the various parties is the best way to reach satisfactory solutions to the current political impasse in Iraq."
Political sources say that Al-Hakim's visit to Saudi Arabia aims to search for mediation to smooth the atmosphere between the Sadrist movement and the coordination framework.