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    London newspaper: Al-Sadr will participate in the elections through 3 lists, and Al-Maliki is making

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    London newspaper: Al-Sadr will participate in the elections through 3 lists, and Al-Maliki is making unremitting efforts to prevent the disintegration of the framework


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    11:57  2023-07-07  5  Arab and international reports 0



    A London newspaper revealed in a report published today, Friday, that the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, will participate in the provincial elections through three electoral lists, one in Baghdad, another for southern cities, and a third electoral list for central cities, while it indicated that the leadership of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, is making efforts vigorously to prevent the coordinating framework from splitting.
    The London-based Al-Arab newspaper said in a report followed by "Al-Muttallaa", that "the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, is making strenuous efforts for the coordination framework groups to remain a unified bloc in the local elections scheduled for the twenty-fourth of next December, and because some currents within the framework want to Trying its luck in an electoral bloc independent of the other forces of the framework, the division of the coordination framework or its remaining unified becomes linked to the decision that the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, will take.
    The newspaper confirmed, "There are no paradoxes in this matter, because the rivalries exist between the parties to the framework, but the enmity between them and the Sadrist movement is what kept them united," noting that "if Al-Sadr decided to push his movement to participate in the elections, the parties to the rivalry would back down." of making the decision to separate.
    But if al-Sadr decides, in one of his usual surprises, to withdraw from participation, those parties will prefer to test their own independent opportunities. This helps them in bargaining about the sharing of shares in government ministries and other major institutions.
    The demonstrations condemning the burning of the Qur'an in Sweden provided Sadr with the opportunity to know whether his current was still an important player. The demonstrations, which caused enough noise, provided those close to him with a reason to encourage him to return to participating in the elections.
    The newspaper explained that "although the expectations of the Sadrist movement's participation in the elections are still preliminary, and no announced decision has been issued by Al-Sadr, leaders in this movement say that they intend to enter the elections" through three electoral lists, where there will be a list for the capital, Baghdad, and a list for cities. The south and a third electoral list for the central cities.
    It is still not clear whether al-Sadr wants to announce the movement's participation in his own capacity, or whether he wants to form independent electoral lists supported by him.
    And the disturbance of perceptions about the participation of the Sadrist movement or its form called for parties within the coordination framework to accept the risk of departing from it to put forward lists of their own. Given that “everyone is weak” from the point of view of the high electoral divisor of 1.7 according to the “St. Lego” system on the basis of which the elections will be held, the small parties within the framework need to create alliances that make them able to cross the threshold of that denominator.

    Efforts are being arranged to build a new movement called the “Moderation Movement,” led by Ammar al-Hakim, leader of the Wisdom Movement, and Haider al-Abadi, leader of the Victory Coalition. Sources close to these two personalities say that they seek to include the Al-Wafa movement led by Adnan Al-Zarfi, the Iqtdar Watan movement led by Abdul Hussein Abtan, and Shiite personalities and currents with a civil orientation.
    And the newspaper added, in its report, that “the moderate movement presents itself as a parallel force to (extremist groups) within the coordination framework, which includes the State of Law Coalition led by al-Maliki, Sadiqoon, the political wing of Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq, al-Fatah led by Hadi al-Amiri, Sanad led by Ahmed al-Asadi, and the Supreme Council led by Hammam. Hamoudi, and rights led by Hussein Munis.
    The newspaper expected that "militant alliances will be limited to groups that lead armed factions, to include the State of Law Coalition, the Badr Organization, the Ataa Movement, the Sanad Bloc, and the League of the Righteous Movement."
    The newspaper quoted unnamed leaders in the State of Law Coalition as saying, "Al-Sadr's return to the elections has become certain, after demonstrations denouncing the burning of the Qur'an. ".
    She pointed out that "these parties look at the issue from two different angles; the first is that they can achieve for themselves a status equivalent to that of "extremist groups" if al-Sadr refrains from participating, and the second is that they can open negotiation channels with the Sadrist movement to form local governments, if the movement participates and happens. a significant percentage of the local council seats.
    And the newspaper stated that "this perception means that if the hardliners do not find a way to dialogue with al-Sadr, then the "Moderation Movement" can dialogue with him, which distances him from the need to ally with the opposition national forces, such as the Democratic Forces for Change, which were recently formed from an alliance of several October parties and movements. Opposition to the sectarian quota system.
    According to this perception, two birds can be killed with one stone. The first is to return al-Sadr to the sectarian fold to which he belongs, and the second is to weaken the position of the opposition parties that adopt policies against the sectarian project led by Iran in Iraq.
    Last month, the Iraqi High Electoral Commission confirmed granting licenses to 268 political parties that were registered as political entities, in preparation for participating in local elections, and there is still time left to register alliances between these parties.
    The local provincial council elections will be the first to be held in Iraq since April 2013, during which the lists affiliated with al-Maliki's group topped the results.
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