“Returning to green is possible.” The Sadrist movement: We will prevent the framework from forming a government
Shafaq News/ The Sadrist movement, led by Muqtada al-Sadr, affirmed on Saturday that it will not allow the coordination framework to form the new Iraqi government in the coming days.
A prominent leader in the movement told Shafaq News Agency, "The Sadrist movement will not allow the coordination framework to form any new government, headed by Muhammad Shia al-Sudani, or any figure that is supported by the leaders of the framework, and will work to prevent the formation of this government by all available methods."
And the leader, who asked not to be named, said that "supporters of the Sadrist movement will prevent the holding of any parliamentary session dedicated to forming the new government, and the Sadrists storming the Green Zone in the coming days is very likely to prevent the framework from forming the government, and there is no retreat from the demands of dissolving Parliament and setting a date for elections." early".
Earlier today, the victory coalition led by former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi revealed the existence of an international trend to solve the political crisis in Iraq through dialogue, pointing to the importance of the Sadrist movement and the impact of its withdrawal from the political process on forming the government.
"Dialogue is still on the table to resolve the crisis, and there is an international trend to push the political forces towards the national dialogue," the spokesman for the Al-Nasr coalition, Ahmed Al-Wondi, told Shafaq News.
He added, "Most of the political forces support a political dialogue, and this serves as a clear message, and that the spiritual atmosphere of the fortieth visit will push towards resolving the crisis and conducting a dialogue between the political forces."
In earlier times, many representatives and politicians stated that the House of Representatives will reconvene its sessions after the end of the forty-year visit to elect the president of the republic and form the new government, but the Sadrist movement is still insisting not to engage in government formation and the political process.
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