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    Post by Rocky Sat 22 Jun 2024, 5:19 am

    [size=38]Signs of reconciliation or permanent divorce: Muqtada al-Sadr and the coordination framework are at a crossroads[/size]


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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: Monitoring circles are discussing the possibility of reconciliation between the leader of the Sadrist movement, (the Shiite National Movement) Muqtada al-Sadr, and his opponents within the coordination framework as the elections approach, which are likely to be early.
    Readings indicate that Al-Sadr is close to retracting his retirement soon, starting a new phase of political competition.
    While Al-Sadr directed the resigned parliamentary bloc to communicate with the public, Shiite leaders such as Ammar Al-Hakim began field visits to the governorates of Iraq.
    The “resigned bloc” met to form committees to communicate with the grassroots, according to a statement by the movement’s media, coinciding with Al-Sadr’s announcement that he had adopted the name “National Shiite Movement” instead of the Sadrist Movement.
    The adoption of “Eid al-Ghadir” as an official holiday brought the framework political forces closer to the Shiite national movement, but observers believe that this is an illusionary perception because the differences are deeper.
    Political forces are racing to ally with Al-Sadr, and there is discussion of a project for a State of Law alliance with Al-Sadr, to control the train of the next prime minister after the elections, especially since Shiite forces do not want to extend the Sudanese alliance.
    There are many differences between the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, and his Shiite opponents in the coordination framework, and their roots go back to several political, religious and social factors.
    One of the most prominent of these differences is Al-Sadr’s position on political corruption, as he repeatedly announced his fight against corruption inside and outside the Sadrist movement, which led to the movement’s activity being frozen for a year in an attempt to cleanse it of the corrupt.
    On the other hand, the differences also relate to Al-Sadr’s positions on some extremist Shiite groups, such as “Those with the Cause,” who promote the idea that Muqtada Al-Sadr is the expected Mahdi, which sparked widespread controversy within Shiite circles and prompted Al-Sadr to take strict measures against them.
    The differences are also exacerbated by the competition for power and influence within Iraq, as Al-Sadr seeks a radical change in the political system and the constitution, which faces strong opposition from the coordinating framework that includes powerful Shiite factions seeking to preserve the status quo.
    This rivalry led to armed clashes at times, which reflects the depth of the differences between the two parties.
    In light of these multiple disputes, the Iraqi political scene remains complex and open to many possibilities, especially with the approaching elections, which may be early, which increases the importance of political understandings and alliances in the next stage.
    The last meeting that brought together the leader of the movement with the parties of the coordination framework was at the end of 2021, days after the legislative elections that witnessed the progress of the Sadr bloc, before he retired from politics in the summer of 2022, and Parliament passing the laws adopted by the Shiite National Movement will not help in settling the differences between the two parties. .
    A month ago, Al-Sadr had again attacked the government and the coordination framework, implicitly describing them as “corrupt,” during a public speech to his supporters in Najaf on the occasion of the anniversary of the killing of his father and brothers in 1999.
    The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, enjoys support from several diverse parties, including political, religious, and social forces inside and outside Iraq.
    In the recent period, Al-Sadr sought to ally with civil forces and parties such as the Iraqi Communist Party and other civil and leftist forces in order to build a broad popular base that includes the various political and social spectrums in Iraq, but this did not continue.
    Religiously, Al-Sadr enjoys great support from the followers of his father, the religious authority Muhammad Sadiq Al-Sadr, who had great influence in Iraqi Shiite circles.
    This religious support strengthens Al-Sadr's status as a religious and political leader at the same time, giving him broad influence in the Iraqi Shiite community.
    Al-Sadr relies on the support of broad segments of Iraqi society, in poor and marginalized areas.
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