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2 hours ago, WheresmyRV? said:

Would not suprise me if we are still here 10 years from now waiting for this to happen.:facepalm:

I'll be 77 ten years from now...if I'm lucky 😆I should stick around that long just to spite these pin heads & collect.

On second thought, will there be a USA at all r😆

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Talabani's party reveals the latest developments in the negotiations for the presidency of the republic
 

Baghdad - people  

On Sunday, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan bloc in the House of Representatives announced the continuation of negotiations with the Kurdistan Democratic Party regarding the position of the President of the Republic, stressing that the Patriotic Union is still committed to Barham Salih to take over the position.  

  

 


Harim Kamal Agha, head of the bloc, said in a statement to Kurdish media, which was followed by "Nas" (July 3, 2022), that "negotiations are still ongoing between the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Democratic Party regarding resolving the position of the President of the Republic, without ruling out a repetition of the 2018 scenario."  


He added, "Any official agreement has not been achieved so far," stressing, "The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan is still sticking to the candidate, Dr. Barham Salih, to take over the position of President of the Republic."  


He stressed, "Time has not run out for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Democratic Party," noting that "after the blessed Eid al-Adha, either agreeing on one candidate or re-experimenting in 2018, with each party going to the parliament hall with its candidate, and with the votes of the deputies elects the President of the Republic. ".  

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Al-Maliki's coalition sets the date for announcing the "features of the new government"
 

Baghdad - people  

On Sunday, the State of Law coalition held a meeting to discuss developments in the political situation and efforts to form a government.  

  

 

The coalition said in a statement, "Nass" received a copy of it, (July 3, 2022), that "Nuri al-Maliki chaired this evening a meeting of the State of Law coalition bloc."  

  

The statement added, "At the beginning of the meeting, he welcomed the new deputies allied with the State of Law coalition and expressed his hope that they would contribute with the rest of their brothers in the service of Iraq and the Iraqis."  

  

The meeting discussed, according to the statement, "the developments of the political situation in the country, and the importance of expediting the formation of a strong new government capable of providing services and meeting the requirements of the Iraqi people was emphasized."  

  

He stressed, "Continuing discussions between the forces of the coordination framework and its allies on the one hand and the rest of the national forces on the other hand in order to speed up the formation of the government and complete the rest of the constitutional entitlements related to the posts of the Presidency of the Republic and the Council of Ministers."  

  

He pointed out that "the coordinating framework has formed committees to conduct negotiations with the active forces in the political process," expressing his hope that "these committees will reach results that will lead to showing the features of the new government after the end of the Eid al-Adha holiday." 

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Kurdish politician: Iran will send envoys to Al-Yakti and Al-Parti to resolve the differences of the presidency
 

Baghdad - people  

The head of the Kurdistan Socialist Democratic Party, Muhammad Al-Haj Mahmoud, said on Sunday that the Iranians see the need to expedite the formation of a new Iraqi government and that they will send envoys to the two Kurdish parties to resolve the dispute over the presidency.  

  

Haj Mahmoud added in an interview with the Kurdish section of "Voice of America" radio, followed and translated by "Nas Kurd" , (3 July 2022), that "he went to Iran to see a doctor, but when Iranian officials discovered that he was in the country, they asked him to meet with him."  

He also said, "The Iranians stressed the need to expedite the formation of the Iraqi government and to resolve the dispute over the presidency between the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Democratic Party, and they may send envoys to the two parties in the coming days."  

"The Iranians support resolving the dispute with the presidency and asked me to try to calm the situation between the PUK and the Kurdistan Democratic Party," said Mohammad Haj Mahmoud, who met with the commander of the Quds Force in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Ismail Qaani, and a number of senior Iranian officials.  

 

  

The leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani, said that the political situation in Iraq is very difficult, while pointing to the continuation of dialogues in order to reach a "common solution formula among all parties."  

  

In an interview with the Egyptian newspaper Al-Wafd, followed by "Nas", Barzani said (July 2, 2022): "The Iraqi situation is very difficult, and there is a deep crisis, because of the complications that occurred after the announcement of the results of the last elections, and there are dialogues and initiatives in order to reach to a formula to resolve these intractable knots."  

  

Regarding the movements of the coordination framework after the withdrawal of the Sadrist bloc, Barzani stressed that "things are still in their infancy after al-Sadr's withdrawal," stressing, "We have friendly relations with al-Sadr that are not linked to alliances."  

  

He explained, "We do not build our alliances on the basis of hostility to other alliances. Rather, we believe that any alliance must be built on unifying national constants whose foundations are the constitution and whose objectives are to preserve the people's gains and work to serve citizens, meet their basic needs, and solve problems in a purely patriotic spirit."  

  

Barzani stressed that "the Democratic Party has had a candidate for the presidency from the beginning," in answer to the newspaper's question about the possibility of the Democratic Party pushing its candidate for the presidency of Iraq.   

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The rule of law: The framework has completed the mechanisms for choosing the prime minister.. The ball is now in the Kurds’ court
 

Baghdad - people  

The State of Law coalition announced, on Monday, the completion of the coordination framework for the "mechanisms and criteria for selecting the prime minister in the largest bloc."  

  

 

  

And the representative of the State of Law bloc, Aref Al-Hamami, said in a statement to the official newspaper, followed by “Nass” (July 4, 2022), that “the ball is now in the Kurds’ court, and they must agree on a personal nomination for the position of President of the Republic in order for the political process to proceed completely.” The president of the republic is elected and the candidate of the largest bloc is appointed, because without the presence of a president, the entire political process will be delayed, as well as the formation of the government.”  

  

He added, "We hope that the Kurds will agree in the next few days on the personality of the candidate for the president of the republic, and that there will be a political majority to facilitate the formation of the government," noting that "the coordination framework completes the mechanisms and criteria for choosing the prime minister of the largest bloc."  

  

Earlier, the State of Law coalition held a meeting to discuss developments in the political situation and efforts to form a government.  

  

The coalition said in a statement, "Nass" received a copy of it, (July 3, 2022), that "Nuri al-Maliki chaired this evening a meeting of the State of Law coalition bloc."    

  

The statement added, "At the beginning of the meeting, he welcomed the new deputies allied with the State of Law coalition and expressed his hope that they would contribute with the rest of their brothers in the service of Iraq and the Iraqis."    

  

The meeting discussed, according to the statement, "the developments of the political situation in the country, and the importance of expediting the formation of a strong new government capable of providing services and meeting the requirements of the Iraqi people was emphasized."    

  

He stressed, "Continuing discussions between the forces of the coordination framework and its allies on the one hand and the rest of the national forces on the other hand in order to speed up the formation of the government and complete the rest of the constitutional entitlements related to the posts of the Presidency of the Republic and the Council of Ministers."    

  

He pointed out that "the coordinating framework has formed committees to conduct negotiations with the active forces in the political process," expressing his hope that "these committees will reach results that will lead to showing the features of the new government after the end of the Eid al-Adha holiday."  

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The internal framework disputes impeded progress... Al-Party reveals a draft agreement with the Shiite parties
 

Baghdad - people  

The official spokesman of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Mahmoud Muhammad, said, on Monday, that a memorandum of understanding was signed between the party and the coordination framework, on the basis of partnership, agreement and balance in governing Iraq, as well as a number of other issues of concern to both sides.  

 

  

Mahmoud Muhammad explained in statements, followed by “Nass” (July 4, 2022), that “the signing of the agreement is related to the issue of financial rights and entitlements, the issue of Article (140), and the disputed areas mentioned in that aforementioned article,” adding that they are “waiting to see What will be the steps of the other parties that want to participate in the formation of the government."  

  

Mahmoud Muhammad described the position of the coordination framework as "inconsistent and cited an example that they have not yet agreed on a replacement for Hakim al-Zamili, the first deputy of the House of Representatives, and each party has its own candidate."  

  

He added that "they met and agreed to reject the electoral results, and they did not agree on everything and did not reach an agreement on how to run the country."  

  

He stressed that "Al-Party is waiting for the type of formation that the coordination framework will reach among them, and how this new framework fits with the expectations of the PKK and with the rights of the Kurds enshrined in the constitution."

 

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Al-Maliki talks about the form of the next government: No cancellation or marginalization
 

  

Baghdad - people   

The head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, said on Monday that the next Iraqi government should not be "exclusionary" or "marginalizing" for any party that contributed to the political process in the country.  

  

 

  

Al-Maliki stated in a blog post, followed by "Nass" (July 4, 2022), that "the next government must be a government that sends a message that it is service to all Iraqis and that it will not be exclusionary, marginalizing or abolition for any party that contributed to the political process and participated in the elections or did not participate and whoever remained." in or withdraw from it.  

  

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Deputy for Fatah: 3 committees for the framework with different tasks.. and surprises are expected after the feast
  
{Politics: Al-Furat News} The representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Mueen Al-Kazemi, revealed, on Sunday evening, the formation of 3 committees by the coordination framework to negotiate with Chadre and the Sunnis.
 

Al-Kazemi told Al-Furat News that: "In light of the ongoing dialogue between the political bloc within the coordination framework, there are continuous meetings that resulted in the formation of multiple committees for dialogue with the Kurds and Sunnis, and others charged with formulating the government program and developing ideas that would delve into it."
He added, "The framework also laid down the criteria for choosing the prime minister, and there are discussions currently taking place in the Kurdish house. It is expected that after the Eid holiday, there will be surprises regarding the consensus of the two Kurdish parties, and he may be a candidate for a settlement. In all cases, there is a last option with two candidates and his choice of one for the presidency of the republic in the House of Representatives."
Al-Kazemi continued, "The framework urges both sides of the Kurdish House to the need to reach common convictions and an appreciation for the interest of the country and the current circumstances," adding, "The framework's relationship with the National Union is in appreciation of its position, and it also has good relations with the Democratic Party."
He concluded by saying, "The next government program is serviceable and requires the inclusion of creativity and strategic projects," stressing that "the political blocs within the framework are serious about reviewing all previous plans and focusing on the economic aspect and not relying on the rentier economy and appointment in state departments."

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Member of the Democratic Party: The largest bloc is settled for the framework and a decisive Kurdish meeting after the Eid
  
{Politics: Al-Furat News} A member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Wafa Muhammad Karim, confirmed that the largest bloc is "settled" for the coordination framework, while revealing a crucial meeting with the National Union after the blessed Eid al-Adha.
 

Karim said; For the “Unannounced” program broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel tonight, “So far we have insisted on the same position with the coordination of the coordination framework and the Sadrist movement, and we are not a stumbling block in forming the government; but no one knows the number of members of the framework and the current month represents the harvest season for the forces of the framework, but the largest bloc is settled in favor of the frame.
He added, "The information confirms that the tripartite alliance is still present and it is difficult to form two-thirds in the voting session on the President of the Republic, and we said we can activate the blocking third, but with the option of forming a government on the basis of the constitution and balances."   
Karim continued, "After Eid al-Adha, an important meeting will be held between the Democratic and Patriotic Kurdistan to resolve the presidential candidate, and we believe that the framework will be consistent with Mr. Sadr's tweet and will review his position on Barham Salih."   
He pointed out, "The demands of the Kurds that will be submitted by the Democrat to the constitutional framework and not on conditions such as activating the oil and gas law and Article 140 and giving the budget of the Kurdistan region on the basis of the population census and the interpretation of the constitution and Kirkuk and the restriction of arms in the hands of the state."
Karim concluded, "If the framework forces do not respond to our demands, we will go to activate the blocking third, and Article 121 of the constitution gave the right to the Kurdistan region to act freely."

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A deputy from Fatah: The framework is looking for a strong prime minister, and disrupting the formation of the government is a dangerous game
  
{Politics: Al-Furat News} The representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Ali Turki, confirmed that the coordination framework was searching for a strong prime minister, describing him as disrupting the formation of the government as a "dangerous game."
 

Turki said; For the “Unannounced” program broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel tonight: “Today, as politicians, we have a small percentage of those who read events and predict their results due to the length of experience, but most of them have become pioneers of Twitter or Facebook, and some politicians should not put the stick in the wheel of the political process.”
He added, "All expectations indicate that there is a real understanding on the part of the Kurds and they will come out with one candidate, and whoever refrains from attending the session bears the responsibility for disrupting the interests of the people and chaos."
Turki continued, "Understandings for a long time are a normal procedure, and we will not remain under the bargaining clause," returning to the call of the Sadrist movement's leader, Muqtada al-Sadr, for Friday night, "ordinary and may be spontaneous and not obligatory for us to attend."
And he indicated that "the withdrawal of the Sadrist bloc was not due to the failure of the framework, but rather came from the lack of conviction and seriousness of the parties of the tripartite alliance to proceed with the majority project," describing the disruption of the formation of the government as "
Turki indicated that "the tendency to form the government and the Kurdish delegation that came to Baghdad is a kind of moderation and dialogue from the point of view of rationality to proceed with forming the government, and we are waiting for the understanding of the Kurdish House and the issue of Barham Salih is left to the choice of representatives." 
  He noted that "approximately 25,000 terrorists are in Iraq's prisons, and each terrorist spends 20 dollars a day on him, which burdens the state budget and the need to activate death sentences against terrorists."
Turki concluded, "We have not yet put forward any figure for the prime minister, and we will search for a strong prime minister. 

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A member of the law reveals 5 main points in the program of the next government
  
{Politics: Al Furat News} A member of the State of Law coalition, Wael Al-Rikabi, revealed 5 main points in the program of the next government.
 

Al-Rikabi said; The program “Al-Mastra” broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel tonight: “We do not believe that there will be an escalation in the coming days, and the withdrawal of the Sadrist movement from Parliament is not necessarily a push to the street, and our conviction confirms that peaceful behavior is the characteristic of the coordination framework and the movement and the establishment of a unified prayer that we support and support and we will pray within.” . 
He added, "There are external parties seeking to inflame the situation, especially after the withdrawal of the movement, and we do not believe that facing this great situation there is a call to stir up confusion, but rather there is complete reassurance from all political forces, and the framework expressed its regret for the withdrawal of the Sadrist movement." 
Al-Rikabi pointed out that "the movement is not opposed to the majority's decision to change the electoral law, and its withdrawal is nothing but to give the framework a last chance to form a government and be patient with it for a year or two, provided that it presents real reforms to serve the citizen. Either the failure of the framework will condemn itself to death."
Regarding the upcoming government program, Al-Rikabi made it clear, "The next government will come with 5 points in its government program, which is one of the priorities, which is {eliminating unemployment, providing electricity and infrastructure, restoring the prestige of the state and limiting the uncontrolled weapons to the hands of the state}, and part of it is strategic, which needs years and some months."
He continued, "The reluctance of 75 percent of the voters is an indication of their protest against failure, and all parties to the political process are convinced that the current stage is the last chance," adding, "The political parties agreed that there are regional and international variables that need Iraqi oil that Europe needs, and they also agreed to activate all the oversight bodies on the booth." Ministerial and Prime Minister.
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Political analyst: The accumulation and failures of the previous government will appear in the next government
  
{Politics: Al-Furat News} The political analyst, Ghaleb Al-Daami, hinted that the next government should blame the previous accumulations and failures.
 

Al-Daami said; For the program “Al-Mastra” broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel, tonight: “Sayyid Al-Sadr’s call for a unified Friday prayer is normal and was taking place even during the era of the former regime, and the Sadrist movement withdrew from the government and went to the popular opposition.”
He added, "Prayer is the beginning of a launch for all possibilities in the future, and it leads exclusively to his audience, and it serves to gather his ranks and strengthen his positions." 
Al-Daami continued, "The Sadrist movement senses attempts to change the electoral law, and it does not want Parliament to go with more than what was allowed by the Federal Court, and the demonstrations are ready in the event that controversial figures are nominated for the presidency."
Al-Rikabi said, "The Federal Court has authorized changes in the electoral law and has also authorized the cancellation of electronic voting in the upcoming elections, and the withdrawal of the Sadrist bloc from Parliament will not give legitimacy to changing the election law." 
He pointed out that "the accumulations and failures of the previous government will appear in the next government, and the current and Mr. Sadr will support it if it succeeds."  
Al-Rikabi concluded, "One of the reasons for the failure of the majority project is the gap between sovereignty and determination, so all the year they will spend and share the government with the framework according to their known shares. I think that the National Union will abandon its candidate, Barham Salih, and indicators of the government's success will become clear in the first year of its formation." 

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Al-Maliki: The next government should not be exclusionary or marginalizing for any party, even those who withdrew
  
{Political: Al Furat News} The head of the State of Law Coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, called for the next government not to be "exclusionary or marginalizing."

Al-Maliki said in a tweet on Twitter: "The next government should be a government that sends a message that it is service to all Iraqis and that it will not be exclusionary, marginalizing or abolition for any party that contributed to the political process and participated in the elections or did not participate and those who remained in it or withdrew from it."

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 2022-07-03 16:07
 

 

 

Shafaq News/ On Sunday evening, Nuri al-Maliki chaired a meeting of the State of Law coalition bloc.

The meeting discussed developments in the political situation in the country, and the importance of expediting the formation of a new government "strong and capable of providing services and meeting the requirements of the Iraqi people" was emphasized, according to a statement by al-Maliki's office.

Al-Maliki stressed the continuation of discussions between the forces of the coordination framework and its allies on the one hand and the rest of the national forces on the other hand, in order to expedite the formation of the government and complete the rest of the constitutional entitlements related to the posts of the Presidency of the Republic and the Council of Ministers.

He pointed out that the coordination framework formed committees to conduct negotiations with the active forces in the political process, expressing his hope that these committees would reach results that would lead to showing the features of the new government after the Eid al-Adha holiday ends.

 

A source familiar with the political movement of the coordination framework forces had previously revealed the designation of three concerned committees to complete the procedures for forming the government to speed up its announcement.

The source told Shafaq News Agency, "The periodic meetings of the coordinating framework forces resulted in the nomination of three important committees, including the government program writing committee, which includes ten members of the second-grade leaders who specialize in the political, economic and legal fields."

He added that the second negotiating committee includes some of the leaders who represented the framework in its negotiations with the parties and the active forces in the political process, in addition to the committee for managing the file or the political decision, which includes the leaders of the political forces affiliated with the framework.

Since the Sadrist bloc’s representatives submitted their resignations from the Iraqi Council of Representatives and the withdrawal of the Sadrist movement’s leader Muqtada al-Sadr from the political process, the coordinating framework has addressed the task of forming the new government and entered into internal negotiations and dialogues with other political forces, but until now it has not been officially announced that understandings have been reached between the two parties. The blocs lead to the formation of the government.

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 2022-07-04 06:48
 

 

Shafaq News/ The coordination framework, which includes the Shiite forces with the exception of the Sadrist movement, confirmed on Monday, the continuation of negotiations with the Kurdish parties regarding the selection of the candidate for the presidency of the republic, likely to repeat the scenario of 2018 in this regard, in reference to the selection of the Patriotic Union candidate Barham Salih, at the expense of the party's candidate Kurdistan Democratic Party.

 

The leader in the framework, Deputy Amer Al-Fayez, said that "the coordination framework encourages the brothers in the Kurdish parties to agree to choose one candidate for the post of President of the Republic without the framework's interference in that."

 

And he indicated that "the Kurds' failure to agree on a specific candidate, certainly means that the House of Representatives will resolve its matter, as happened in the last session 2018."

 

Al-Fayez added, "After Eid al-Adha, the House of Representatives will hold a session to elect the president of the republic, and there is discussion and dialogue between the parties to reach an agreement that the candidate for the post of president of the republic is acceptable to the political forces."

 

Yesterday evening, Sunday, the leader of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, the most prominent leader of the Shiite framework, chaired a meeting of his coalition's parliamentary bloc, and discussed the developments in the political situation in the country, and the importance of expediting the formation of a new government "strong and capable of providing services and meeting the requirements of the Iraqi people was emphasized." ", according to a statement by Al-Maliki's office received by Shafak News Agency.

 

Al-Maliki stressed the continuation of discussions between the forces of the coordination framework and its allies on the one hand and the rest of the national forces on the other hand, in order to expedite the formation of the government and complete the rest of the constitutional entitlements related to the posts of the Presidency of the Republic and the Council of Ministers.

 

A source familiar with the political movement of the Coordination Framework Forces previously revealed to Shafaq News agency that three concerned committees have been named to complete the procedures for forming the government to speed up its announcement.

 

Since the Sadrist bloc’s representatives submitted their resignations from the Iraqi Council of Representatives and the withdrawal of the Sadrist movement’s leader Muqtada al-Sadr from the political process, the coordinating framework has addressed the task of forming the new government and entered into internal negotiations and dialogues with other political forces, but until now it has not been officially announced that understandings have been reached between the two parties. The blocs lead to the formation of the government.

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 2022-07-04 07:00
 

Shafaq News/ The most prominent leaders of the Shiite coordination framework, Nuri al-Maliki, sent today, Monday, a "message" to those he described as "participants and those who withdrew" from the political process.

 

Al-Maliki said, in a statement, published by his official website, and seen by Shafak News Agency, that "the next government should be a government that sends a message that it is service to all Iraqis and that it was not exclusionary, marginalizing or exclusionary for any party that contributed to the political process and participated in the elections or did not participate and who and from whom." stay there or withdraw from it.

Yesterday, Sunday, Al-Maliki confirmed, during a meeting of the State of Law coalition bloc, the continuation of discussions between the forces of the coordination framework and its allies on the one hand and the rest of the national forces on the other hand in order to speed up the formation of the government and complete the rest of the constitutional entitlements related to the posts of the Presidency of the Republic and the Council of Ministers.

 

Al-Maliki indicated that the coordination framework formed committees to conduct negotiations with the active forces in the political process, expressing his hope that those committees would reach results that would lead to showing the features of the new government after the Eid al-Adha holiday ends.

 

A source familiar with the political movement of the coordination framework forces had previously revealed the designation of three concerned committees to complete the procedures for forming the government to speed up its announcement.

 

Since the Sadrist bloc’s representatives submitted their resignations from the Iraqi Council of Representatives and the withdrawal of the Sadrist movement’s leader Muqtada al-Sadr from the political process, the coordinating framework has addressed the task of forming the new government and entered into internal negotiations and dialogues with other political forces, but until now it has not been officially announced that understandings have been reached between the two parties. The blocs lead to the formation of the government.

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 2022-07-04 08:25
 

Shafaq News/ The head of the "Victory" coalition Haider al-Abadi said on Monday that he set several conditions to participate in forming a new government in the country.

Al-Abadi, a former prime minister, entered into an electoral alliance with Ammar al-Hakim and formed the "State Forces" alliance and obtained 11 seats in a total number after the Sadrist bloc withdrew from the Iraqi parliament.

Al-Abadi said in a tweet, "The political division, and the political, economic and sovereign challenges, require: a moderate governance equation that defuses crises and is widely accepted, and a capable and efficient national government for a specific stage to reform the economy, provide services and provide job opportunities. Otherwise, we are not with it and we will not be part of it, Because it will complicate the crisis and lead us into the unknown."

The "Coordination Framework" alliance has now become the largest bloc in the parliament, after obtaining the majority of the Sadrist bloc's deputies.

 

The political crisis in Iraq entered a new turning point after the Sadrist bloc's deputies (73 deputies) submitted their resignations from Parliament, and al-Sadr withdrew from the political process.

This is the first time since 2006 that the Sadrist movement is outside parliament, after it has maintained over the past years a percentage of no less than a third of the seats of Shiite political forces, amid concerns that the Sadrist movement will be the winner in the legislative elections that It took place last October, preparing for a new phase of movement through its popular bases.

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