Al-Hakim calls on Al-Halbousi to withdraw his resignation
Al-Hakim said during his hosting at the Al-Rafidain Forum for Dialogue, "When a political blockage occurs, it may not be satisfactory to all parties, and if some are not satisfied with us, we must compromise, and overcome the national interest and look to the future and not look at the sharp angles that deepen the differences between the people of the same country."
He stressed that "we need to set out to rebuild the process of building and instilling confidence between Iraq and the regional environment."
Regarding the insistence of the coordination framework in Al-Sudani, he said, "There is no doubt that the coordination framework is one of the political forces, and it is natural to reach a unified vision that is not an easy matter."
He added that "when the framework agreed on this candidate, the brothers of the Sadrist movement did not respond to the demands of dialogue and openness and be partners in the framework, and we do not have a clear vision of what the Sadrist movement wants."
Al-Hakim added that "media reservations are mentioned by the current on the Sudanese, and there is no realistic and detailed dialogue between the movement and the framework in this regard, so that we know official positions about the candidate," stressing that "a government with full powers must be formed as soon as possible."
On the Speaker of the House of Representatives submitting his resignation from his position, Al-Hakim said: We hope that Al-Halbousi will withdraw his resignation before the session.
With regard to fears of recurring armed clashes that occurred between the Sadrist movement on the one hand and the security forces and the virtues on the other hand in the Green Zone, al-Hakim said, “What happened is regrettable and painful, but the good in it was cordoned off within hours of disagreement with al-Sadr’s position,” stressing that “nothing happened.” Someone wants to slip into such conflicts, and this is what makes us optimistic that it will not happen again."
And regarding the refusal of the coordinating framework to renew the mandate of the current Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, Al-Hakim said: There is no doubt that Al-Kazemi built important regional and international relations and returned Iraq to a vital role in building this system, and this is a well-known thing for him and succeeded in calming the Iraqi street, and his government was associated with high oil prices. These are his strong points."
He added that the coordination framework for several considerations nominated Al-Sudani for the position of Prime Minister, noting that it is important that we work to achieve stability in Iraq.
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