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    2022 closes on warnings of a “hungry revolution” and questions about the fate of trillions and money

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    [size=52]2022 closes on warnings of a “hungry revolution” and questions about the fate of trillions and money laundering[/size]

    [size=45]Baghdad / Tamim Al-Hassan[/size]
    [size=45]The year 2022, which closes its last days, shone on the scene of the withdrawal of what was known as “those who reject the election results” that took place about two months before that time, while the new year heralds protests of another kind under the name of the “hungry revolution” preached by former MP Muhammad al-Sudani. In his tweets due to the rise in the price of the dollar (he deleted it a few days ago) before he retracted it after that while he was at the head of the government, in implementation of the requirements of the US Federal Bank.[/size]
    [size=45]During the year that is about to end, the country went through events that are the hottest after the years of 2003, when it witnessed the most severe Shiite division that ended with Muqtada al-Sadr, the leader of the Sadrist movement, boycotting the government and parliament for the first time, and his supporters were involved in armed clashes in the heart of the government district.[/size]
    [size=45]In 2022, the headquarters of Sunni parties allied with al-Sadr were subjected to bombings, while rockets fell near the house of Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi in Anbar.[/size]
    [size=45]And in 2022, the term “obstructive third” appeared for the first time, which stopped the formation of the government until the end of the year, the disintegration of the tripartite alliance between al-Sadr and the Sunni and Kurdish forces, and the rise of the Shiite coordination framework on the back of power, and then their struggle for positions.[/size]
    [size=45]In this last year, Tehran admitted for the first time the bombing of Erbil, and it also intervened in an attempt to reunite the Shiites, while Al-Sadr responded with his “three terms” that he granted to his opponents and entering the country with “political closure”, and the Sadrists’ sit-ins inside the Green Zone, up to the moment of the clashes.[/size]
    [size=45]The year 2022 also witnessed the shock of what was known as the “theft of the century”, the involvement of factions in managing the incident, a controversy over reinstating Article 140 of the constitution, the dissolution of the Accountability and Justice Commission, then the recent dollar crisis and the closure of partisan banks with civilian facades.[/size]
    [size=45]the beginning of the year[/size]
    [size=45]Days after entering the year 2022, the protesters loyal to the coordination framework had left their tents in the vicinity of the Green Zone after two months of sit-ins against what they considered “falsifying the election results,” while the “framework” was preparing an alternative plan.[/size]
    [size=45]The features of this plan became clear in February, when the Shiite alliance led by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki obtained a decision from the Federal Court to hold a session to choose the president of the republic, and helped in the emergence of what has become known as the "obstructive third."[/size]
    [size=45]At that time, the court decided that the quorum for the president’s selection session should be two-thirds of the number of parliament, while the parliament was then divided between al-Maliki’s group (the framework) and al-Sadr and his allies (the tripartite alliance). Neither party has 220 seats, which is the minimum required for the legitimacy of the session.[/size]
    [size=45]And the Federal Supreme Court excluded the most likely Kurdish candidate for the presidency of the republic, Hoshyar Zebari, from competing, while before that it had suspended the selection session for Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi “temporarily” following lawsuits that complained about the constitutionality of the selection session before recognizing its validity after that.[/size]
    [size=45]All these developments forced the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, to take a temporary retreat, which was known as “political fasting” because it coincided with Ramadan. Republic.[/size]
    [size=45]After two failed attempts to form a government due to the conflict of the two factions (the framework and the movement), al-Sadr entered into retirement for forty days, during which he decided not to negotiate with any party, leaving the space for his Shiite opponents to carry out this task.[/size]
    [size=45]During this period, the headquarters of the Taqaddam Party, which is affiliated with the Speaker of Parliament, an ally of al-Sadr, were subjected to bomb and explosive attacks in Baghdad and other cities. Rockets also fell near al-Halbousi's house in al-Karmah, east of Fallujah.[/size]
    [size=45]On the other hand, the Kurdistan Democratic Party, an ally of al-Sadr within the (triple alliance), decided to demolish its headquarters in Baghdad after it was burned twice by groups believed to be close to the coordination framework, while the biggest attack was what happened in Erbil after that.[/size]
    [size=45]Tehran confessions[/size]
    [size=45]Last March, Tehran admitted, in a rare statement, that it had bombed the capital of the region with 12 ballistic missiles at what it said was the headquarters of the Israeli intelligence (Mossad) in Erbil, while a parliamentary committee composed of various parties, including the “framework”, proved that the attack targeted a house of a Kurdish merchant. Presence of Israeli activity in the city.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sadr had hinted more than once that his allies would be threatened as a result of the understandings with him and discouraged them from forming what he called for a "majority government", and the leader of the movement indicated at the time that he might be assassinated.[/size]
    [size=45]And before Al-Sadr suddenly announced last May his “temporary” turn to the opposition following the judiciary’s refusal to pass the food security project that the first was enthusiastic about, Iran had sent more than once Ismail Qaani, the successor of Qassem Soleimani, to Al-Sadr to try to persuade him to abandon his views by forming a “government.” majority government.[/size]
    [size=45]During those periods and weeks that followed, everyone, including the leader of the movement, launched initiatives to resolve the crisis, until it finally reached 14 initiatives, before al-Sadr decided to permanently retire from forming the government last June and withdraw his 72 deputies from parliament.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sadr then accused those he called “Iran’s arms” in Iraq of committing political violations, and then his supporters decided after that in July to storm the Green Zone and stay until the end of last August, after the coordination framework that occupied the seats of the independent Sadrists in parliament announced the nomination of Muhammad al-Sudani to head the government.[/size]
    [size=45]And before that, Al-Sadr had given the judiciary a week to dissolve Parliament and call for early elections and the survival of Al-Kazemi’s government, before the former apologized for that request because it was outside his powers.[/size]
    [size=45]A day before September, al-Sadr stopped a clash that lasted 18 hours, in which mortars and cannons were used inside the Green Zone, between his supporters and unknown forces inside, who are factions, according to al-Sadr's account.[/size]
    [size=45]After that, al-Sadr decided to turn into an "ordinary citizen" away from politics, according to what was stated in a press conference in which he threatened to take other measures if his supporters did not withdraw within one hour from the green and end all manifestations of the sit-in.[/size]
    [size=45]Green withdrawal scene[/size]
    [size=45]Within minutes of the deadline, the supporters of the current movement began to leave, and after a few days, the coordination framework negotiations entered the serious stage of understanding with al-Sadr's former allies, and the "state administration coalition" was formed, which competed over quotas to eventually form the government of Muhammad al-Sudani.[/size]
    [size=45]The government began its first actions by canceling hundreds of decisions taken in the last year of Al-Kazemi's government (a caretaker government), and wrestling with the coordination framework to obtain high-ranking vacancies and pressure to remove the Sadrists from government positions.[/size]
    [size=45]Then everyone was preoccupied with the issue of the "theft of the century" after discovering the embezzlement of about 4 trillion dinars from the tax authority's money. After that, Al-Sudani revealed that only 10% of it was returned in a deal concluded with Nour Zuhair, the most prominent of those involved in the theft, in exchange for his temporary release.[/size]
    [size=45]During this period, many names were circulated related to the incident and the involvement of factions in masterminding the theft and senior employees in the Central Bank, intelligence, tax and other departments, and parties from the "framework" criticized the suspicious release of Nour Zuhair.[/size]
    [size=45]After that, the government began to implement the terms of the political agreement it concluded with the Sunni and Kurdish forces to form the government. Everything that was forbidden in previous governments has become permissible this time, as the coordination framework reactivated the Article 140 Committee on the disputed areas with the region and allocated funds for it, and it also came close to dissolving the Accountability and Justice Commission after procrastination that lasted 17 years.[/size]
    [size=45]Meanwhile, the government lost control of the collapse of the Iraqi dinar against the dollar, due to restrictions from the United States on the involvement of factions in money laundering and smuggling it to Iran, Lebanon and other countries, while the “framework” was attracting because of the recovery of the relationship between the government and Washington, which angered parties close to Tehran.[/size]
    [size=45]The observers again warn of a “hungry revolution” that may start at any time and expectations of political changes in the first quarter of next year, which are the same warnings that Al-Sudani had issued last year due to the increase in the price of the dollar, before he became prime minister in tweets that he deleted after that. Because of the pressure he is exposed to from within and the approval of US conditions to close 16 banks involved in money laundering and dollar smuggling.][/size]
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