[size=36]Al-Zaidi: The October movement is an important pressure card on the path of the political process[/size]
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, the Secretary-General of the Imam Ali Brigades, Shibl al-Zaidi, revealed, on Sunday, the importance of the Tishreen movement to the political process in Iraq.
Al-Zaidi said in a statement received by Mawazine News that the October youth, their movement and their free voice are an important pressure card on the course of the political process and its outputs, and it could change the political situation and the state structure in general if the movement’s people took advantage of their capabilities and avoided risks and avoided falling into lapses or traps.
He continued, that the observer of the political process notes that the process of generational displacement is moving in a certain direction, and there are entities and parties that are heading towards decline or decline and demise, and there are emerging young entities and independent personalities that have succeeded in good numbers in entering the parliament, and according to opinion polls, the next parliament will be under normal and security conditions. The electorally good will witness a clear infusion of new blood into the political process, and there is a great opportunity for independents and local energies to win the parliamentary elections expected soon, and the Iraqi street is inclined to change, and has despaired of the struggles of the political class and abhorred its discourse.
Al-Zaidi continued, that this reading was noticed by the Sadrists before other political forces, as they felt that the winds of change had blown and the entire political class had taken off, and all the steps and actions taken by the Sadrists were reactions and change of tactics to keep pace with future political action with the new partners (the October generation). They pursued two tracks, the first being a desperate attempt to form a national majority government that might enable them to stay with the upcoming parliamentary and political change movement, an opportunity through which they could weaken and exhaust the framework forces, fragment them and end their existence in the future. Or swallow it, because, in all accounts, the real competitor in the Iraqi street is the one who fills the vacuum of political and electoral decline in the rest of the Shiite forces if they invest their energies and put their affairs in order, so the radiance of Kanon and the like of the new, independent and developing free movements is the future that is relied upon.
Al-Zaidi added in his statement, "Therefore, advocates of change and students of reform had to do two things, first, not to leave the street while preserving identity and science, and not to be drawn into conflicts as a third party with its identity, principles and demands, and to leave conflicts and not enter into the conflict of the axes, whether internally or externally, with pruning The discourse and focus on national issues and giving realistic, studied and implementable solutions, and the second - which is the most important - preparing to work with all energies for the upcoming elections, rejecting division and ego, and presenting the nation's interest with the support of the most qualified and capable of you or your representative to fill the parliamentary seat. And if possible, form a group of parties, alliances and entities among you. The more you gather, the better for you, and do not be divided, so your wind will go away. End 29/R77