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CNN. Broadcasting Zarfi’s Strategic Move ! The Pro Iranian Shiite Party’s (Led By Maliki) Have Been Attempting To Use Kazemi (Who Is Pro US Like Zarfi) As A Ruse To Block Zarfi First Then Undoubtedly Try To Get A Pro Iranian Candidate Afterwards ! Al-Zarfi requires that Al-Kazemi be installed as a substitute before retracting his formation of the government - One Hour Passed BAGHDAD - Iraqi Prime Minister-designate Adnan Al-Zrafi required the Shiite blocs to sign their leaders ’nomination document for intelligence chief Mustafa Al-Kazemi to form the government in his stead, in order for him to apologize to the President of the Republic, Barham Saleh, for continuing his duties. Al-Zrafi's efforts reached a dead end that prevented him from completing the consultations on passing his cabinet, after the Shiite blocs refused to accept his mandate, as he had come from outside the context of the Shiite consensus in nominating personalities to fill this position. Informed sources said that Al-Zarfi requested guarantees that the Shiite blocs that obstructed his arrival in parliament to gain confidence, would not do the same with Al-Kazemi. The sources added in a statement to “Al-Arab” that most of the large Shiite blocs responded to this request, and sent signatures from their leaders to the President of the Republic in order to assign Al-Kazimi to form the new government. The team close to al-Zarfi says that the guarantees offered by pro-Iranian forces regarding the passage of Al-Kazemi and his cabinet in the event of the current taxpayer’s apology are not sufficient, which could hinder the move to other steps. The sources confirmed that the next two days are crucial in determining the fate of the next government and the personality that may take over the task of forming it. The same sources revealed that Al-Kazemi set several conditions for accepting the mandate, among them giving him complete freedom to form his cabinet, and announcing in advance the willingness of the main Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish powers to pass the new government through Parliament without obstacles. Al-Zarfi continued his pressure on the various political parties by completing his ministerial curriculum and handing him over to the Parliament, which legally fortified him as he accomplished his duties within the constitutional period of 30 days, calling on the Speaker of Parliament to fix the date of the session to vote on giving him confidence. But Parliament has yet to take any steps, in a clear sign of the apparent political deadlock surrounding Zorfi's efforts. Al-Zrafi and Al-Kazemi observers are placed in the same basket, as each of them prefers building Iraq to close relations with the Arab Gulf states and the United States and limiting the Iranian role. Sources say that Al-Kazemi may have succeeded in what Al-Zarfi failed to dispel the fears of pro-Iranian parties in Iraq, which fear one of their opponents will take the first executive position in the country, which opens the door to the possibility of jeopardizing their interests. Iraqi political writer Farooq Yusuf believes that the pro-Iranian parties face two options, one of which is bitter. Al-Kazemi and Al-Zrafi from the point of view of those who are excessively dependent on Iran belong to the American camp, which could threaten the interests of the parties before Iranian interests. Youssef said in a statement to “Al-Arab” that there is a kind of exaggeration and exaggeration in the expectations of what the two men can offer Iraq, pointing out that Al-Kazemi and Al-Zarfi are not alien to the religious parties close to Iran, and they are not the two characters that can be presented as advocates of a transformation from the state with the cover Religious to the civil state. But the massive popular demonstrations that started in Iraq since October of last year, and continued for many months, revealed the decline in the popularity of parties loyal to Iran to unprecedented levels, which imposed on them a different reality during the government formation negotiations that allowed the introduction of figures affiliated with the American axis that was not talked about Previously possible. The Iraqi parties loyal to Tehran have received two major strikes since the beginning of the year, the first being the killing of Qassem Soleimani, the mastermind of Shiite politics in Iraq and the supervisor of the formation of most Shiite militias in Baghdad, and the second by the spread of Corona virus in Iran, and its preoccupation with trying to contain it. The two strikes resulted in a great political chaos in Iraq, where the militia sounded, and the state retreated a lot, damaging the image of Iran, and revealing the size of the negative role it played in Baghdad. This situation prompted Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish parties to demand that allied powers of Iran open the way for new options to save the situation, otherwise the explosion is coming. Despite the belief of the forces loyal to Iran that its opportunity to direct administration of Iraq is weak, it refuses to give up easily. And these forces want to thwart Zrafi's candidacy at any cost to commercialize the idea of victory over the American project in Iraq, regardless of who will succeed him, and whether his inclinations towards the United States are perhaps more severe. The largest Iraqi-run Iranian militia has united against Zarfi, saying he is a candidate by US intelligence. So did the political forces that provide cover for these militias, namely the Alliance of Parliamentary Representation led by Hadi al-Amiri and the State of Law coalition led by Nuri al-Maliki. These forces procrastinated before signing the request to nominate Al-Kazemi to succeed Al-Zarfi in the task of forming the new government, hoping to bring them both down. The ruling parties fear that the prime minister of the next stage will review the means of financial spending, which could reveal corruption operations that were enshrined through special norms and laws, and in this what could weaken the dominance of these parties over large parts of the state in light of the decline in oil imports. "If Al-Zarfi had surprised the parties by refusing his candidacy," he said, "because he understands the origins of the game, and he knows very well that the parties no longer have an alternative after they failed to impose their candidates who were rejected by the people before they were formally nominated." Youssef expected that Al-Zrafi would succeed in obtaining the confidence of Parliament by a small margin, even though he had set his sights to find it difficult to pass his government, which could be called “face-saving” for the parties that, through their presence in the parliament, would seek to thwart any step that By al-Zrafi in order to limit the Iranian hegemony over the Iraqi economy, at least. The Arabs LINK