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In pictures.. The framework, the patriot and the resolve to discuss forming a "strong government"
 

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{Political: Al Furat News} The Coordinating Framework Forces, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Azm Alliance met this evening to discuss the political developments.

An informed political source told {Euphrates News} that "the meeting discussed the ongoing consultations to form the government and strive to be a strong government."
He added that "the meeting was held at the house of the head of the National Union, Bafel Talabani."

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The latest developments in the presidency... There is no agreement between Alekte and Al-Party, and there is talk of a 'decisive scenario'
 

Baghdad - people  

The Kurdistan Democratic Party confirmed, on Monday, that a solution has not been reached with the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan regarding the presidential candidate, while defining the most prominent scenario in the event that the issue is not resolved.  

  

 


The representative of the Democratic Party bloc, Sharif Suleiman, told the official agency, and “Nas” followed him (June 27, 2022): “Dialogues and debates are still ongoing with the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan regarding the presidential candidate,” noting that “until now we have not reached the stage of a solution.” or an agreement on the position of President of the Republic.  


He added, "The meetings and dialogues are continuing between the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, and they have reached a very good extent."  


He pointed out, "The last scenario is to enter the parliament session with candidates for each candidate party," noting that "the final decision will remain in the hands of the Iraqi parliament."  

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Our delegation continues negotiations

Al-Party complains of lack of confidence: they do not abide by agreements with us!

2022.06.27 - 21:27
Al-Party complains of lack of confidence: they do not abide by agreements with us!
 

  

Baghdad - people  

The Kurdistan Democratic Party confirmed, on Monday, the continuation of its negotiating delegation with the coordinating framework forces, while complaining about the lack of commitment by the political forces in Baghdad to the agreements with Erbil.  

  

  

  

The party member, Shirwan Al-Dobardani, said in an interview with the colleague "Adnan Al-Tai" and followed by "Nas" (June 27, 2022): "The Kurdistan delegation continues to negotiate with the coordination framework and other blocs to reach an agreement on naming the President of the Republic and the Prime Minister."  

  

He added that "the Kurdistan Democratic Party has firm principles of negotiation, which are partnership, balance, and consensus, and according to these principles the delegation will launch dialogues in Baghdad," explaining that "the leader of the party, Massoud Barzani, focuses a lot on the necessity of agreeing to enter the parliament session with one Kurdish candidate for the presidency." .  

  

He pointed out that "there was no commitment to the agreements between Baghdad and Erbil, including the Sinjar Agreement, which is still ink on paper, in addition to other previous agreements."  

  

Regarding previous agreements with the political forces affiliated with the coordination framework, Al-Dobardani said, “The coordination framework forces that were affiliated with the construction alliance in 2018 did not adhere to the agreement with the Democrat, including not voting on Fouad Hussein when he was a candidate for the presidency, and they went to vote to Barham Salih.  

  

"We hope that the framework forces will adhere to the agreements," he added.  

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The Kurdistan Democratic Party expects the formation of the government after Eid al-Adha
 

Baghdad - people  

On Monday, the Kurdistan Democratic Party expected to form a government after Eid al-Adha, after agreeing on one candidate for the presidency.  

  

 

  

Party member Shirwan Al-Dobardani said, in an interview with our colleague "Adnan Al-Ta'i" and followed by "Nas" (June 27, 2022*), that "until now, our candidate for the presidency is Reber Ahmed and the Union is still holding on to Barham Salih for the same position."  

  

Al-Dobardani added that "the coming days will witness multiple meetings, and the party's negotiating delegation is in Baghdad, and contacts are continuing in order to reach the presidential election session."  

  

He pointed out that "the negotiations are continuing, and I expect that the government will be formed after Eid al-Adha, especially since the framework is going to form the government."  

  

He continued, "I think we will enter the parliament hall with one candidate for the presidency, and after Eid, there will be many changes and there may be splits in some political forces."  

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Deputy for “law”: the formation of the “service government” will be after the end of the legislative recess
 

Baghdad - people  

The deputy of the State of Law coalition, Muhammad Al-Ziyadi, denied, on Monday, the existence of a division within the coordination framework, stressing that the latter seeks to form a "service government" after the end of the legislative recess.  

  

 

  

Al-Ziyadi said in an interview with our colleague, "Adnan Al-Tai", followed by "Nass" (June 27, 2022): "The coordinating framework took upon itself the formation of a service government, the gathering of the parties, and the elimination of problems."  

  

He added, "There is no division within the framework, but rather a difference of views, and in the end a decision will be reached."  

  

And the representative of the state of law continued, "The government will be formed, whether with the consent of al-Sadr or not, or with the consent of the framework or not, because in the end the government must be formed, and everyone agreed after the emergency session to form the government after the legislative recess."  

  

"We are seeking to form a government that provides services and addresses some issues and does not move matters," Al-Ziyadi explained.  

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Deputy: The independents were divided into two parts.. Al-Party: We do not fear that the framework will control the majority
 

Baghdad - people  

Independent MP Hussein Al-Sabri said, on Tuesday, that "the ball is now in the court of the coordination framework," while he indicated that there was a split between the independent representatives, while the Kurdistan Democratic Party ruled out the loss of its candidate for the presidency, Riber Ahmed, in light of the current political data.  

  

  

  

Al-Sabri explained in a statement to the official newspaper, followed by "Nass" (June 28, 2022), that "after the withdrawal of the Sadrist bloc, the situation became more complicated, and the ball became in the court of the coordination framework for forming the government, and images of political or parliamentary groups and blocs began to become clear with their own demands."  

  

He added that, "according to the understandings, the formation of the government will be preceded by a call for a parliamentary session in which the election of the president of the republic and the assignment of the largest bloc to present the prime minister," noting that "independent deputies were divided into two parts; the first is going to form the government and ally with it, while the second is with the opposition and work." Parliament and oversight.  

  

He indicated that "the second part of the independent representatives who want to go towards the opposition, demand the empowered opposition, that is, that positions in the House of Representatives and the chairs of committees should be part of the opposition's positive share, because what matters to us is that there be a strong government that has the capabilities, and that the opposition must be empowered and have the ability to Oversight and proper evaluation of government work.  

  

For his part, the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Dana Jaza, said: "His party is not afraid of the coordination framework controlling the majority, and the coordination framework's control of the majority does not mean that our candidate, Reber Ahmed, will lose the presidency."  

  

He added, "The presidency of the republic is our natural entitlement, and we expect that it will be resolved within the Kurdish House, and the scene of 2018, when the position was decided in Parliament, will not be repeated."  

  

Earlier, the deputy of the State of Law coalition, Muhammad Al-Ziyadi, denied the existence of a split within the coordination framework, stressing that the latter seeks to form a "service government" after the end of the legislative holiday.  

  

Al-Ziyadi said in an interview with our colleague, "Adnan Al-Tai", followed by "Nass" (June 27, 2022): "The coordinating framework took upon itself the formation of a service government, the gathering of the parties, and the elimination of problems."    

  

He added, "There is no division within the framework, but rather a difference of views, and in the end a decision will be reached."    

  

And the representative of the state of law continued, "The government will be formed, whether with the consent of al-Sadr or not, or with the consent of the framework or not, because in the end the government must be formed, and everyone agreed after the emergency session to form the government after the legislative recess."    

  

"We are seeking to form a government that provides services and addresses some issues and does not move matters," Al-Ziyadi explained.    

  

The representative of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Karwan Ali, said that the meeting currently being held at Bafel Talabani's house in the capital, Baghdad, and in the presence of the leaders of the coordination framework, aims to discuss the issue of forming a government and discussing the political situation.  

  

Ali said in a statement to "Nass" (June 27, 2022): "The meeting with the coordinating framework forces is continuing so far, and aims in the first place, to discuss the issue of forming the government, as well as the position of the President of the Republic."     

  

He added, "The coordination framework is responsible for forming the government, as it is the most numerous parliamentary bloc, so it is natural that there will be meetings with him to discuss this matter."     

  

A few hours ago, the meeting of the leaders of the coordination framework began at the home of the Secretary-General of the National Union, Bafel Talabani, in the presence of members of the Azm Alliance, as well as members of the Union.   

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Best case scenario

 

 

The framework hints at dissolving Parliament and leaving negotiations in the event of no response

 

 

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Baghdad Today, Tuesday, the coordination framework confirmed that it would resort to dissolving the House of Representatives in the event that some blocs continued to adhere to their positions and did not reach an agreement on forming a government. The leader in the framework, Mahmoud Al-Hayani, said in an interview with (Baghdad Today) that "the stubbornness of some political blocs not to proceed with forming the next government will push us to demand the dissolution of Parliament." He added, "We want everyone to participate in the government and go through a national dialogue, but if two-thirds are not achieved in the upcoming parliament sessions for the purpose of passing the president of the republic and then assigning the prime minister, the best option would be to dissolve parliament, although our efforts go towards forming a consensual government in which all the political blocs are."

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47 minutes ago, yota691 said:

Best case scenario

 

 

The framework hints at dissolving Parliament and leaving negotiations in the event of no response

 

 

474 Policy 2022/06/28 16:11 Baghdad today -

Baghdad Today, Tuesday, the coordination framework confirmed that it would resort to dissolving the House of Representatives in the event that some blocs continued to adhere to their positions and did not reach an agreement on forming a government. The leader in the framework, Mahmoud Al-Hayani, said in an interview with (Baghdad Today) that "the stubbornness of some political blocs not to proceed with forming the next government will push us to demand the dissolution of Parliament." He added, "We want everyone to participate in the government and go through a national dialogue, but if two-thirds are not achieved in the upcoming parliament sessions for the purpose of passing the president of the republic and then assigning the prime minister, the best option would be to dissolve parliament, although our efforts go towards forming a consensual government in which all the political blocs are."

That’s exactly what they should do but not sure what new elections would gain.

The same people would get voted in and now your back to square one. 
I’m still of the belief that Al-Sadr has a plan, maybe it’s resurrecting his followers to burn down the city but hard to believe he just handed over the keys to Iran….

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30 minutes ago, DoD said:

That’s exactly what they should do but not sure what new elections would gain.

The same people would get voted in and now your back to square one. 
I’m still of the belief that Al-Sadr has a plan, maybe it’s resurrecting his followers to burn down the city but hard to believe he just handed over the keys to Iran….

I can believe it. These are unscrupulous and duplicitous people.

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2 hours ago, horsesoldier said:

I can believe it. These are unscrupulous and duplicitous people.

I feel that Sadr has committed his plan of having his followers resign so that Iran gets more powerful in Iraq of which he has handed this over to Iran on a silver platter. I believe he is hoping to be the new religious leader for the country with blessings from Iran. 

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3 minutes ago, WheresmyRV? said:

I really thought that once they got out of chapter 7 sanctions that it would be time to finally move forward.  Instead they have stepped back 15 years only to be taken over by Iran. :facepalm:

Not sure you can move any further back than the stone age.

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If Al malaki has already served 2 terms in office, and that is the limit he is allowed how can he become pm again? OR IS IT 2 CONSECUTIVE TERMS BUT HE CAN RETURN AFTER THESE HAVE PASSED AND STILL BE PM. Surely somebody will have the commonsense to stop this from happening?

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15 minutes ago, BETTYBOOP said:

If Al malaki has already served 2 terms in office, and that is the limit he is allowed how can he become pm again? OR IS IT 2 CONSECUTIVE TERMS BUT HE CAN RETURN AFTER THESE HAVE PASSED AND STILL BE PM. Surely somebody will have the commonsense to stop this from happening?

Agreed...but common sense in Iraq is a rare commodity. 

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47 minutes ago, BETTYBOOP said:

If Al malaki has already served 2 terms in office, and that is the limit he is allowed how can he become pm again? OR IS IT 2 CONSECUTIVE TERMS BUT HE CAN RETURN AFTER THESE HAVE PASSED AND STILL BE PM. Surely somebody will have the commonsense to stop this from happening?

He has already served two terms he cannot be PM again!

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1 hour ago, Dinarrock said:

He has already served two terms he cannot be PM again!

Maliki’s like Emperor Palpatine, he seems to find a way to get power and stay alive.
 

As long as he allows an RV, I could care less…but according to many on here he is the one who stopped Shabbibi from pulling the lever in 2012-13. 

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 2022-06-28 12:37
 

 

Shafaq News/ The Wisdom Movement led by Ammar al-Hakim resolved on Tuesday the controversy over dissolving the current parliament and going towards early elections, and while he indicated that the coordinating framework would present a set of criteria for choosing the next prime minister, he stressed that he would not be in its booth.

 

The leader of the movement, Rahim Al-Aboudi, told Shafaq News, "The Al-Hikma movement will not participate in the next government, and we will study the options offered to choose its head, as the next stage does not bear strong barriers to forming a government."

 

Regarding the option of holding early elections, he explained that “the proposal for early elections is not agreed upon, and that holding early elections requires more than a year and a half at least,” noting that “the results of the elections that took place on the tenth of last October It created a political imbalance."

 

And regarding the meeting of the leaders of the coordination framework yesterday, Monday, Al-Aboudi said that "the meetings of the forces of the coordination framework revolve around developing a road map to draw the details of the political process in the country, given that the Shiite framework is open and seeks to achieve inter-understandings within the components of the political process (the Sunni house and the Kurdish house).” .

 

He pointed out that "the framework will announce or present a set of criteria for choosing or naming the next prime minister, and so far he has not specified a specific name for the prime minister, and what is happening about that are only dialogues. It is hoped that the coming days will reveal the features of the prime ministerial candidate who will definitely not be a leader." The first row for any of the Shiite political forces participating in the government."

 

The leader of the Al-Hikma Movement stressed that "the forces of the Shiite framework are understanding and strong and have convictions that work according to them, which inevitably serves the interest of the country."

 

On the role of the framework in the Kurdish understandings, Al-Aboudi said that "the framework worked seriously to activate dialogue and understanding between the two main parties (the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan) and so far there is no agreement between the two parties on the personality of the President of the Republic, but there is insistence from the Union Party to pass its candidate. Barham Salih, who enjoys the acceptability of the framework forces.

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Shafaq News/ A source in the coordinating framework that includes Shiite forces, except for the Sadrist movement, revealed the names of members of a "higher committee" that adopts determining the mechanism that the new government will adopt in managing the country's affairs in a way that achieves the aspirations of its citizens.

The source told Shafak News Agency; "The last meeting of the coordinating framework forces led to the formation of an opinion committee that supervises the work of the government and corrects its work course, in addition to defining its work priorities and taking the necessary decisions to ensure the achievement of the goals and program of the next government."

And he indicated that "the committee includes both leaders and leaders of the Shiite political forces affiliated with the framework (head of the State of Law coalition Nuri al-Maliki, leader of the Fatah Alliance Hadi al-Amiri, leader of the Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq movement Qais Khazali, head of the victory coalition Haider al-Abadi, leader of the coalition of forces Ammar al-Hakim and head of the Ataa Faleh movement). Al-Fayyadh) added that the committee includes all Shiite leaders in the framework, whether participating in the government or not, referring to (the leader of the Al-Hikma movement Ammar Al-Hakim), in other words, the aforementioned committee will be concerned with following up and studying the sovereign decisions in order to ensure the moderation or neutrality of Iraq and not to involve it in regional problems and focus. in the interest of the country and take appropriate decisions.

Earlier on Tuesday, a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party's negotiating delegation, Bankin Rikani, called on the leaders of the Shiite coordination framework to think of a "new way."

"The respected brothers in the largest bloc (coordinating framework), Iraq and all Iraqis need real change," Rikani wrote on his Twitter page. 

He added, "I see that you are required to think and act in a new way and assume responsibility according to a just and purely patriotic approach, and then we will bear the responsibility with you. Millions of poor and aspiring youth are waiting."

Yesterday, Monday, the Shiite Coordinating Framework Forces, the Azm Alliance and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan held a meeting to discuss the political scene and the formation of a new government.

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The rule of law talks about the date of forming the government: a 'strong' movement on democracy and sovereignty
 

Baghdad - people  

The coordinating framework revealed, on Wednesday, the number of its seats in the House of Representatives, after the replacements of the Sadrist bloc took the oath in the House of Representatives.  

  

 

  

The leader of the State of Law coalition affiliated with the coordinating framework, Jassim Muhammad Jaafar al-Bayati, said in a statement to the official newspaper, followed by "Nass" (June 29, 2022), that "the coordinating framework, after resolving the file of the replacements by chanting the oath inside the parliament dome, became 130 deputies, and it is serious to resolve the issue." The government's file in the month of July, if this is possible," noting that "the framework has established good mechanisms for resolving the prime minister's file and the resolution mechanism in the event there is more than one candidate."  


He added, "A mechanism has been put in place to resolve the file of the Presidency of the Republic and put pressure on the two Kurdish parties in order to agree, or to find a third alternative for the two persons proposed for the position," noting that "the situation is somewhat ripe for the formation of the government, and the resolution of the Presidency file will be from this period until the end of the month." next July.  


He continued, "The meeting (yesterday, Monday), which included the framework and its allies from the National Union and Al-Azm, indicates that the number of deputies for this understanding composition exceeded 170, and there is a strong movement against democracy, sovereignty and some independents willing to participate in the government."  

  

Earlier, the representative of the Sadiqoun bloc, which is affiliated with the coordination framework, Rafiq Al-Salihi, said that the vision of the coordination framework revolves around the formation of a consensual government in which all political forces participate.  

  

Al-Salihi explained in a press statement followed by "Nass" (June 28, 2022), that "the political situation cannot continue to obstruct the formation of the government, and that the coordination framework after the withdrawal of the Sadrist bloc became obligated to form the government as the largest bloc."    

  

He added, "The vision of the coordination framework is the formation of a consensus government in which all political forces participate and does not focus on one direction, but rather puts the interest of Iraq above all considerations," noting that "the political forces have a great desire to speed up the formation of the government and stay away from bids and proposals from here and there that would complexity of the political situation.    

  

Independent MP Hussein Al-Sabri said, earlier, that "the ball is now in the court of the coordination framework," while he indicated that there was a split between the independent representatives, while the Kurdistan Democratic Party ruled out the loss of its candidate for the presidency, Riber Ahmed, in light of the current political data.  

  

Al-Sabri explained in a statement to the official newspaper, followed by "Nass" (June 28, 2022), that "after the withdrawal of the Sadrist bloc, the situation became more complicated, and the ball became in the court of the coordination framework for forming the government, and images of political or parliamentary groups and blocs began to become clear with their own demands."      

  

He added that, "according to the understandings, the formation of the government will be preceded by a call for a parliamentary session in which he presents the election of the president of the republic and assigning the largest bloc to present the prime minister," noting that "the independent representatives were divided into two parts; the first is going to form the government and ally with it, while the second is with the opposition and work." Parliament and oversight.      

  

Noting that "the second part of the independent representatives who want to go towards the opposition, demand the empowered opposition, that is, that positions in the House of Representatives and chairs of committees be from the positive opposition's share, because what matters to us is that there be a strong government with the capabilities, and the opposition must be empowered and have the ability to Oversight and proper evaluation of government work.      

  

For his part, the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Dana Jaza, said: "His party is not afraid of the coordination framework controlling the majority, and the coordination framework's control of the majority does not mean that our candidate, Reber Ahmed, will lose the presidency."      

  

He added, "The presidency of the republic is our natural entitlement, and we expect that it will be resolved within the Kurdish House, and the scene of 2018, when the position was decided in Parliament, will not be repeated."      

  

Earlier, the deputy of the State of Law coalition, Muhammad Al-Ziyadi, denied the existence of a split within the coordination framework, stressing that the latter seeks to form a "service government" after the end of the legislative holiday.  

  

Al-Ziyadi said in an interview with our colleague, "Adnan Al-Tai", followed by "Nass" (June 27, 2022): "The coordinating framework took upon itself the formation of a service government, bringing the parties together, and zeroing in on problems."        

  

He added, "There is no division within the framework, but rather a difference of views, and in the end a decision will be reached."        

  

And the representative of the state of law continued, "The government will be formed, whether with the consent of al-Sadr or not, or with the consent of the framework or not, because in the end the government must be formed, and everyone agreed after the emergency session to form the government after the legislative recess."        

  

"We are seeking to form a government that provides services and addresses some issues and does not move matters," Al-Ziyadi explained.        

  

The representative of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Karwan Ali, said that the meeting, which was held at the home of Bafel Talabani in the capital, Baghdad, and in the presence of the leaders of the coordination framework, discussed the issue of forming a government and discussing the political situation.  

  

Ali said in a statement to "Nass" (June 27, 2022): "The meeting with the coordinating framework forces aims, in the first place, to discuss the issue of forming the government, as well as the position of the President of the Republic."         

  

He added, "The coordination framework is responsible for forming the government, as it is the most numerous parliamentary bloc, so it is natural that there will be meetings with him to discuss this matter."     

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Deputy for Law: All rumors of candidates for prime minister are untrue and have not been discussed
  
{Political: Al Furat News} A deputy from the State of Law bloc denied putting forward the names of a candidate for prime minister.

Jawad al-Ghazali told {Euphrates News}: "All rumors about the nomination of certain names for the post of prime minister or former officials is incorrect."
He added, "People may publish their names for the purpose of shedding light on them," stressing that "no names have been discussed, and if any person is named, it will be announced after the agreements and meetings and their outcomes."
On Monday, the Coordination Framework Forces, the Alliance of Azm and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan held a meeting described as "important" to discuss the political scene and the formation of a new government.
A statement issued after the meeting added: "The latest developments in the political arena were discussed and efforts were made to expedite the formation of a strong government capable of overcoming all the challenges the country is going through."
On the other hand, the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc demanded, the coordinating framework, to provide guarantees and pledges to implement their demands in exchange for forming the new government.

Raghad Daham

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15 minutes ago, new york kevin said:

The Sadr Militia is gonna get cha. They're gonna get cha. Also, if Maliki gets in Kurdistan may breakaway and form their own government. JMHO

Yep I see it coming too, the Kurds are gonna break off from Iraq.

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14 minutes ago, WheresmyRV? said:

Yep I see it coming too, the Kurds are gonna break off from Iraq.

If so are they going to have Kurd/Dinar's ? 😃 or keep the Iraqi Dinar:shrug:

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