Shafak News reveals the details of the formation of the "Coalition of State Administration", the framework and the democracy are suspended
The sources told Shafaq News Agency, "There has been a movement for days between the Iraqi political forces regarding forming a coalition, not an alliance aimed at forming the new government, and managing this government in consultation and understanding between these political forces, which brings together (the coordination framework, the Alliance of Resolve). Sovereignty Alliance, Democratic Party, National Union, Babylon Bloc).
The sources indicated that "until this hour, there is no real agreement on forming this coalition, as there are forces from these parties that have notes and conditions that must be approved before proceeding officially with the announcement of this coalition, and there is a desire by some of the parties to this coalition to obtain initial approval by The Sadrist movement, before going with such a formation, the Sadrists might consider it directed against them.”
She added that "the coalition of state administration is still unofficial and there is no official agreement to announce it, and it is just an idea under discussion and it can be agreed upon and announced during the next two days or not reaching an agreement on it, especially if the Sadrist movement is able to influence its allies (the Alliance of Sovereignty and the Kurdistan Democratic Party). ".
But the leader in the coordination framework, Ayed Al-Hilali, told Shafaq News Agency, "What has been promoted about the intention to form a coalition (state administration) are just leaks and nothing is official in this regard until now."
Al-Hilali indicated that "this leak may be part of the political maneuvering or part of the process of feeling the pulse of the Sadrist movement, to know its reaction in the event that a real move towards the formation of the new government is taken, especially since everyone realizes the danger of taking any step without the approval of the Sadrist movement." .
In addition, Kurdistan Democratic Party MP Sabah Sobhi told Shafaq News Agency, "There is communication between the leadership of the party represented by Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani and Kurdistan Region President Nechirvan Barzani with the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr."
Regarding the upcoming visit to Al-Hanana, which was talked about, Sobhi explained that "there is no confirmation on the date of the tripartite delegation's visit, represented by: Nechirvan Barzani, Muhammad al-Halbousi and Hadi al-Amiri to Najaf to meet al-Sadr."
He pointed out that "the tripartite delegation to Najaf needs to create the appropriate environment and for the delegation to have a negotiation paper to resolve the political crisis," noting that "the coordinating framework so far does not have a clear and unified vision, and for this we need to unify views and prepare the negotiating paper within the coordination framework before Go to Najaf and meet with Al-Sadr.
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