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, political analyst Saadoun Al-Saadi confirmed, on Friday, that the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, did not remain silent about assigning Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani to form the new government, but he has been isolated from political affairs for a period of time.
In an exclusive interview with Mawazine News, Al-Saadi said that Al-Sadr never spoke about the political situation in Iraq, as his tweets were limited to social issues and religious claims.
Commenting on the Western newspapers’ view that Al-Sudani’s assignment was a fatal blow to Al-Sadr, Al-Saadi considered, “These conversations are incorrect, with evidence that he is able at any moment to turn the table and was able to prevent Parliament from holding its sessions, but he allowed the session to take place and choose a president of the republic and assign him to a president The government, as he wanted not to be a reason to disrupt the political process further."
He added, "Al-Sudani will face difficult tasks because he was assigned to lead a transitional government that does not exceed a year and a half, and a government to provide services and fight spoilers."
Al-Saadi pointed out, "The need for the Sudanese to deal with caution with Al-Sadr's requirements in the next stage, in terms of changing the election law and the commission itself."
Al-Saadi added, "The Sudanese will deal professionally with Al-Sadr, and perhaps he will extend his hand to the movement, and take all their demands, and there may be an agreement or a deal for the movement's participation in the government," noting that he greatly excludes this scenario because if Al-Sadr wanted ministerial portfolios, he would remain in Parliament and get a share lion out of it."
He added, "Al-Sadr's project does not fit with the coordination framework that calls for consensus, while Al-Sadr calls for the national majority, and therefore withdrew from it, and perhaps achieve his project in the phase that follows the Sudanese government." Ended 29/R77