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    A meeting between Al-Maliki and Al-Amiri...the points complicate the Diyala scene and link it to Diw

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    A meeting between Al-Maliki and Al-Amiri...the points complicate the Diyala scene and link it to Diw Empty A meeting between Al-Maliki and Al-Amiri...the points complicate the Diyala scene and link it to Diw

    Post by Rocky Sun 25 Feb 2024, 6:49 am

    A meeting between Al-Maliki and Al-Amiri...the points complicate the Diyala scene and link it to Diwaniyah: “Badr faces two options”
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    Baghdad today - Diyala
    Today, Sunday (February 25, 2024), an informed source revealed the latest developments in the coordination framework dialogues regarding the file of forming the Diyala Governorate government.
    The source said in an interview with "Baghdad Today", "The coordination framework approved in its last meetings that Diyala has become part of the State of Law coalition's share, according to its electoral points, since Badr exhausted its points after obtaining positions in Diwaniyah."
    He added, "Badr cannot proceed with obtaining the position of governor of Diyala without giving up a corresponding position in Diwaniyah, accompanied by the fact that the State of Law coalition is moving its compass away from Diyala in order to have a presence in the Diwaniyah government according to the electoral points. Therefore, the framework decided that the dialogue should be between Badr and the coalition." The state of law directs the solution of the problem between them according to a consensus that comes out with a statement to all the forces of the framework.”
    The source pointed out that "Badr is still determined that the position of governor of Diyala be hers, despite having exhausted the electoral points that allow her to proceed with this option according to what the negotiating committees have determined for the framework in general, but the next 48 hours will witness a decisive meeting between Al-Amiri and Al-Maliki in order to develop a road map." “Understandings may change the political equation, or there may be a consensus to solve this problem according to multiple options.”
    A leaked document from a meeting of the negotiating committees for the coordination framework raised great concern in political circles regarding Diyala Governorate, as the document stipulates that the position of governor be given to the state of law, after retreating from the “settlement candidate” strategy, which still worries supporters of the current governor, Muthanna Al-Tamimi, with the continued failure of Diyala Council holds its first session.
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    Karim Hadi, an independent politician, said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “the document, which we do not know if it is actually real or not, but it has raised real concern in Diyala because it indicates the possibility of transferring the entitlement to the position of governor from one bloc to another and thus turning the negotiating table upside down and pushing "Things are getting more tense."
    He added, "The coordination framework is responsible for the negotiation file for forming the local government of Diyala, and it is the one who bears the burden of any future political tensions or conflicts," pointing out that "3 members of the Diyala Council from the Bani Tamim tribe were put on a list of approximately 15 names within the principle of a candidate." The settlement goes to the head of the Badr Organization, Hadi Al-Amiri, to choose any of them to put forward for the position of governor, and thus we are facing multiple scenarios that intersect with each other without any solutions on the horizon.”
    The leader in the coordination framework, Uday Abdul Hadi, confirmed that “the framework forces will hold an important meeting at the beginning of next week on the Diyala file, and several axes will be discussed to resolve it, especially since the negotiating committees will present a comprehensive road map.”
    He added, "The framework forces are interested in the issue of political stability in Diyala, and there are indeed important paths that will be adopted," stressing that it is not possible to be certain of everything that is conveyed on communication platforms, and public opinion will soon be informed of all developments.
    An informed source indicated in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “a significant portion of the forces of the Diyala Council reject any principle that leads to the renewal of the former governor of Diyala, and they support any option to put forward a settlement candidate and gave Hadi Al-Amiri early approval,” pointing out that “Al-Amiri He now has the governorate position in his hand by virtue of his position in the framework and the seats he has in the Diyala Council to present a candidate within an hour and decide all options.”
    He added, "The transfer of the governor's position from Badr to the State of Law coalition in Diyala is difficult, but it is not far-fetched, especially since the framework has constants in distributing electoral entitlements in the governorates, and Diyala may be the last window to decide the choices of its leaders."
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