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    Sharp political polarization in Iraq after Al-Maliki called for early elections

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    Sharp political polarization in Iraq after Al-Maliki called for early elections Empty Sharp political polarization in Iraq after Al-Maliki called for early elections

    Post by Rocky Tue 18 Jun 2024, 4:49 am

    [size=38]Sharp political polarization in Iraq after Al-Maliki called for early elections[/size]


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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: It seems that the Iraqi political arena is witnessing escalating tension between political forces, especially the Shiites, in light of the movements of the head of the State of Law coalition, Nouri al-Maliki, calling for early elections and amending the electoral law.
    Specialized analyzes indicate that Al-Maliki’s call for these steps comes in an attempt to stop the growing influence of Prime Minister Muhammad Al-Sudani, who emerged from the “Al-Dawa” Party, to which Al-Maliki belongs, before he split and founded the “Al-Furatin” movement.
    This conclusion is reinforced by previous statements by Al-Maliki in which he indicated the necessity of any executive official resigning 6 months before the elections if he wanted to run, which directly targets Al-Sudani.
    Analyzes indicate that any progress by Al-Sudani in future elections will be at the expense of Al-Maliki and the State of Law coalition’s share of the public, while this will not directly affect the masses of other political movements such as the Sadrist movement, the Hekma movement, and Asaib.
    The conflict between Nouri al-Maliki and Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani goes back to the latter’s defection from the Islamic Dawa Party, to which he belonged, to establish the “Al-Furatin” movement in 2021.
    Al-Maliki served as Iraqi Prime Minister during the period 2006-2014, while Al-Sudani currently holds the position of Prime Minister since 2022.
    The Iraqi parliamentary elections are the focus of great attention for the various political forces, as each party seeks to obtain the largest possible number of parliamentary seats to form the government or participate in it. The election law and the mechanism used to conduct them are seen as decisive factors in determining the fate of these elections.
    On the other hand, the Iraqi government faces major economic challenges, including heavy dependence on oil revenues and the need to diversify sources of income. The decision to raise gasoline prices is seen as an attempt to liberate the economy from the socialist model, but it faces opposition from broad sectors of Iraqi society.
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