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A series of statements by Al-Halbousi about the resignation of members of the Sadrist movement from Parliament
 

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Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi said today, Monday, that the political blockage will not continue in the next stage.  

  

  

Al-Halbousi added during a press conference held in Jordan, followed by "Nass" (June 13, 2022), that "after the Sadrist bloc's resignation, we will go to other understandings," noting, "We are waiting for the arrival of the Sadrist bloc's replacements to start political understandings."  

  

He stressed that "there will be no vote in the House of Representatives on the resignation of the Sadrist bloc's deputies," noting that "Muqtada al-Sadr decided to go with the opposition's option, as he preferred to be a sacrifice for the sake of the country and the people, and not a crippling reason."  

  

And he stated, "We made a sincere effort to dissuade al-Sadr from the step of resignation, and reluctantly accepted the resignation of the Sadrist bloc's representatives from the House of Representatives," noting that "the replacements of the Sadrist bloc's representatives will be among the losers with the highest votes in the electoral district."  

  

  

  

  

And Al-Halbousi added, "We seek to form a government that will bear the responsibility of the political blocs for its success and failure, and the next steps may proceed quickly."  

  

The Speaker of Parliament said: "The region does not need any external interference, and we hope that Iraq will get rid of terrorism, especially since the upcoming challenges will be economic."  

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Representative Khashan clarifies the legal mechanism for accepting the resignation of members of the House of Representatives
 

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Independent MP Basem Khashan on Monday clarified the legal mechanism for deputies' resignation from parliament, noting that it does not require an absolute majority.    

 

  

Khashan said in a blog post seen by "Nass" (June 13, 2022): "I did not want to give my opinion regarding the resignation of my colleagues from the Sadrist bloc, but various opinions emerged that failed to read the understanding of the clear legal text."  

  

He added, "The membership ends with the resignation of the representative, and its acceptance was not required for the approval of the Council, and according to Paragraph (Third) Paragraph (First) of Order No. (9) of 2005 applies to the resigning representative, if the representative submits his resignation after the continuation of his membership for a full year, and Paragraph ( First) the provisions for disbursing pension salaries to the resigning member, and this paragraph is now canceled, and I think that the General Retirement Law is what abolished it.”  

  

He continued, "As for the requirement of an absolute majority for the number of council members, it includes the president and his two deputies, who may retain their membership in the council after accepting their resignations by an absolute majority."  

  

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FILE PHOTO: Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr speaks during a news conference in Najaf Al-Sadr asked Klatlh's deputies to submit their resignations from the Iraqi parliament

In a surprising step, 73 deputies from the Sadrist movement submitted their resignations from the Iraqi parliament, on Sunday, which constitutes a new turning point in the country that is going through a political crisis that disrupts the election of a president and the selection of a prime minister.

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Muhammad al-Halbousi, appeared sitting in his office signing the resignations one by one, and in front of him the representative of the Sadrist bloc in the parliament, and later, al-Halbousi wrote on Twitter that he signed the resignations “down to the desire” of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr.

Al-Halbousi said that he made a "sincere and sincere effort to discourage Al-Sadr from this step, but he preferred to be a sacrifice and not a crippling reason, for the sake of the country and the people, so he decided to proceed with this decision."

The Iraqi political analyst, Muhammad al-Sultani, says that there is a possibility that al-Sadr will reverse his decision, if the political blocs acquiesce to what he wants.

He added to the Al-Hurra website that "Al-Sadr chose not to participate in the elections, but he returned and participated in the elections, prompted by the political blocs. Members of the blocs may return their resignations, and find a legal arrangement that allows them to do so."

The law does not indicate the possible return of the resigned representatives, but the Iraqi law gives state employees a month before "their officials decide whether to accept or reject the resignation."

The political closure that Iraq is witnessing prompted Al-Sadr to take this step, as the Iraqi political analyst, Ahmed Al-Suhail, says that "the Sadrists' resignations were the inevitable result of the political escalation that Al-Sadr expressed in his previous speeches, but taking the step at this time was unexpected."

Al-Suhail added to Al-Hurra website, "The step, in theory, carries a way out of the political blockage that the country is going through, but in fact it carries a greater promise of the possibility of the Sadrists going out to demonstrate in the street, and perhaps forcing the entire parliament to submit its resignation."

Al-Suhail warns that "the time required to compensate Sadrist members of parliament and the time required to form new political understandings will further complicate the scene."

He pointed out that "the Sadrist bloc was the largest in Parliament and was unable to reach a solution, and its exit will increase the sizes of small blocs without giving a majority to a particular bloc or current."

 

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The legal expert and former government inspector, Jamal Al-Asadi, says that "the replacements for the resigned representatives will be the highest losers in their electoral districts, according to the decision of the Federal Court in November 2021."

Al-Asadi says: "The parliamentary map of the House of Representatives will change according to my personal reading to the following: State of Law 41 seats, Al-Fateh and its allies 44 seats, State Forces 15 seats, Extension of 16 seats, Canon Sunrise 7 seats, Contract Alliance 9 seats, and the Rights Movement 6 seats." Al-Hurra was unable to confirm this statistic from an official source.

Also, many parliamentarians did not respond to Al-Hurra's questions regarding the resignations of the Sadrist MPs and the expected scenarios.

Al-Asadi described the resignation of the Sadrist MPs as "a bold and courageous decision to resolve the existing political impasse."

Following the resignation, controversy prevailed over whether the step was legal, especially since there is a paragraph in Iraqi law that indicates that the resignation can be accepted if it comes at least a year after the election of the deputy to the parliament.

The Iraqi expert in legal affairs, Ali Al-Tamimi, says that "the resignations came in the form of independent papers to the Speaker of Parliament, and his approval of them is sufficient."

He told Al-Hurra website that the requirement for "the council's vote on the resignations, and the condition for the passage of the year, are only for the purposes of calculating retirement, and not for the purposes of accepting the resignation or not."

Al-Tamimi adds that "resignation is different from dissolving parliament, and these resignations will not affect the work of parliament" from a legal point of view.

Al-Sadr called on his bloc, last week, to write their resignations, and said that he had "the choice of opposition or withdrawal" from the political process.

It seems that al-Sadr chose to withdraw, as he issued a decision, on Sunday, to stop work in the institutions affiliated with his bloc, except for those of a religious nature.

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Fatah deputy: We learned two weeks ago of the Sadrist bloc's resignation, and the political process needs to be "formulated"
  
{Politics: Al-Furat News} The representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Ali Turki, revealed the coordinating framework of the resignation of the Sadrist bloc.
 

Turki said; For the (Unannounced) program broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel tonight, that: “The coordinating framework, from the first moment, confirmed that it is not against the formation of the majority government, but the difference in the mechanisms used in its formation, and the step taken by Muqtada al-Sadr to dismiss the Sadrist bloc, whether it was in a tweet or a message. It was disclosed two weeks ago during the meeting of the current candidate for prime minister, Jaafar al-Sadr, with the head of the Al-Fateh Alliance Hadi al-Amiri, during which they discussed the collective resignation.  
He added, "As a framework, we confirmed previously and today that we are with the majority government and the Sadrist bloc deserves the most in number; but we disagree about the right of the largest component to form the government and the right to choose the prime minister."
And Turki said, "Our difference today is only that we form the largest bloc to preserve the rights of the largest component, and tenderness must be aware that it has partners and a homeland, and all the leaders of the framework are open to the Sadrist movement; but the policy of exclusion against the guarantor third brought things to what they are now. popular frustration.
He concluded by saying, "As a framework, we demanded in advance that the election results be annulled and that the elections be re-run. Today, we are repeating this request and reformulating it for the political process."
Today, Sunday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, directed the Sadrist bloc's deputies in the House of Representatives to hand over their resignations to Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, while he thanked his allies in the "Save the Nation" coalition and said that they are "in a solution from me."
Al-Sadr said, in a statement: “To the head of the Sadrist bloc, Hassan al-Adhari, to submit the resignations of the sisters and brothers in the bloc to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, with great thanks for what they offered with this short period, and thanks to our allies in the Save and the Homeland Alliance for their patriotism and steadfastness.” They are now free from me."
Al-Sadr also gave a special thanks to his cousin "Jaafar Al-Sadr, who was our independent candidate for prime minister."

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Political Analyst: The Kurds and Sunnis, asking Mr. Al-Sadr to wait and resign will raise the balance of the framework
  
{Politics: Al-Furat News} The independent politician, Ibrahim Al-Dulaimi, revealed the request of the Kurds and Sunnis, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, to wait to dismiss the Sadrist bloc from the House of Representatives.


 

Al Dulaimi said; For the (Unannounced) program broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel on Sunday evening, that: “The resignation of the Sadrist representatives was expected through the assurances of Mr. Muqtada that he would not go to a consensual government, even if it cost him to resign from the political process, and there was no agreement between the Kurds and Sunnis with Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr. about his deputies submitting his resignation today.
 Al-Dulaimi described the upcoming one as “the worst, and the political blockage will be harsh on the blocs and the Iraqis,” noting that “the viewpoint of the coordination framework is respectable, but we have always called for rapprochement to not reach this result, and the Sadrist movement can be a strong opponent of the government.”
Regarding the expected scenario in the next stage, Al-Dailami said, "

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Member of the Democrat: We are disappointed by Mr. Sadr's decision and resign holding the scene

{Political: Al Furat News} A member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party expressed "disappointment" with the decision of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, to resign from the Sadrist bloc's representatives from the parliament.
Sobhi Al-Mandalawi said on the "Unannounced" program broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel this evening: "There is no doubt that after this long journey with the Sadrist movement, the formation of the "Save a Homeland" coalition, and the Sadrists' going to the opposition and resigning, we are disappointed with the political process in Iraq."

He added, "The official position so far, we are with the coalition of the majority, and until this moment, no official position has been issued by the Democrat, and we do not know what the matter will lead to."

Al-Mandalawi described the resignation of the Sadrist MPs as "not the solution, but rather the complexity of the political scene more than it is now, and perhaps we are heading towards the unknown."

The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, had directed today, Sunday, the deputies of the Sadrist bloc in the House of Representatives to hand over their resignations to the Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, while he thanked his allies in the "Save the Nation" coalition and said that they are "in solution from me."

Al-Sadr also gave a special thanks to his cousin "Jaafar Al-Sadr, who was our independent candidate for prime minister."

Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi commented on the resignation decision and said in a tweet on Twitter: "Depending on the desire of His Eminence Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr, we reluctantly accepted the requests of our brothers and sisters, the Sadrist bloc's representatives to resign from the Iraqi Council of Representatives. We have made a sincere and sincere effort to discourage His Eminence from this step, but he He preferred to be a sacrifice and not a crippling cause, for the sake of the country and the people, so he decided to proceed with this decision.

  
 
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Muhammad Jaafar al-Sadr announces his withdrawal from running for prime minister
  
{Local: Al Furat News} Muhammad Jaafar al-Sadr announced, on Monday, his withdrawal from running for the presidency of the next government.

Al-Sadr said in a tweet on Twitter, "I accepted the nomination of His Eminence Mr. Al-Sadr (his shadow) in support of his national reform project, and now is the time to apologize and withdraw."

Al-Sadr expressed his thanks to the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, and to the National Salvation Alliance, "for their confidence."

On Sunday, Mr. Al-Sadr called on the Sadrist deputies to submit their resignations to Parliament, which was approved by Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi.

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Barzani comments on Mr. Sadr's decision
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Kurdistan Democratic Party Chairman Massoud Barzani commented today, Tuesday, on the decision of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, regarding the resignation of his parliamentary bloc from the membership of the House of Representatives.

Barzani said in a tweet on Twitter: "We respect the decision of His Eminence Muqtada al-Sadr, and we will follow up on subsequent developments."

Yesterday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, directed the representatives of the Sadrist bloc in the House of Representatives to hand over their resignations to Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, while he thanked his allies in the "Save the Nation" coalition and said that they "are in a solution from me."

Al-Sadr also gave a special thanks to his cousin "Jaafar Al-Sadr, who was our independent candidate for prime minister."

Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi said that he "reluctantly" agreed to the resignation and that he "made a sincere and sincere effort to discourage Mr. Sadr from this step, but he preferred to be sacrificing and not a crippling reason, for the sake of the country and the people, so he decided to proceed with this decision."

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The rule of law denies issuing any official position on the resignation of the Sadrist bloc’s deputies
  
 

{Political: Al Furat News} The State of Law coalition denied the issuance of any official position regarding the resignation of the Sadrist bloc's deputies.

A spokesman for the head of the State of Law coalition, Hisham Al-Rikabi, said in a tweet on Twitter: "No official position has been issued by the leadership of the State of Law coalition, nor by the coalition bloc in Parliament regarding the resignation of the Sadrist bloc's deputies."

Yesterday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, directed the representatives of the Sadrist bloc in the House of Representatives to hand over their resignations to Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, while he thanked his allies in the "Save the Nation" coalition and said that they "are in a solution from me."

Al-Sadr also gave a special thanks to his cousin "Jaafar Al-Sadr, who was our independent candidate for prime minister."

Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi said that he "reluctantly" agreed to the resignation and that he "made a sincere and sincere effort to discourage Mr. Sadr from this step, but he preferred to be sacrificing and not a crippling reason, for the sake of the country and the people, so he decided to proceed with this decision."

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This is very exciting. This is good. Change is good. It gives people the opportunity to change things. The thing about political change that is rarely commented on: change is brought on, by a small percentage of people. That's because a tiny minority of people are the ones that affect most political change in every country. Most people are simply not engaged enough, most people don't do anything, on politics. I mean the get out in the street level of engagement. Fan? Meet Shiite. 

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After the resignation of the Sadrists.. Al-Halbousi: The next steps will pass quickly and the blockage will not remain
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi said, "The current political blockage will not remain or continue."

Al-Halbousi said in a press statement: "Mr. Al-Sadr preferred to be a sacrifice for the sake of the homeland and the people, and not a crippling reason, and we made a sincere effort to discourage Al-Sadr from the step of resignation."
He added, "We reluctantly accepted the resignation of the Sadrist bloc's deputies from the House of Representatives, and we will proceed with forming a government that will bear its outputs from the political forces."
He pointed out that "the next steps may go quickly," noting that "the membership of any deputy ends when he submits his resignation, and the matter does not require a vote."
Al-Halbousi stressed that "the region does not need any external interventions, and we hope that Iraq will rid itself of terrorism," noting that "the upcoming challenges are economic."
"Cooperation between the Iraqi-Jordanian security services will help get rid of the terrorists," he said.

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Al-Asadi: The framework meets today to announce its position after the resignation of the Sadrist bloc
  
{Political: Al Furat News} The head of the National Sindh Gathering, Representative Ahmed Al-Asadi, announced that the coordination framework will hold a meeting today, Monday, to announce its position after the Sadrist bloc's resignation from the House of Representatives.

Al-Asadi said in a press conference that "the coordination framework voted on the food security law in response to the demands of the lecturers and other segments and the payment of debts."
He added that "the framework voted on the law after ensuring that it did not violate the decisions of the Federal Court."
Al-Asadi pointed out that "some paragraphs of the food security law can not be implemented by the caretaker government until after the selection of the new government."

He stressed that "the popular crowd is a red line that is not subject to any political negotiation or any quotas."

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Al-Mutairi: Sadr's withdrawal from political process 'a offering to Iraq'

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Today, Monday, the head of the political body of the Sadrist movement, Ahmed al-Mutairi, considered the withdrawal of the movement's leader Muqtada al-Sadr from the political process as a "sacrifice for Iraq."

 

Al-Mutairi said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, “The political altruism that Sayyid Muqtada al-Sadr made by withdrawing from the political process and leaving the seats of his deputies to his opponents from other politicians is a sacrifice for Iraq, as he made himself the holy ram of Ismail, and by doing this he transformed his altruism into eternal life.” This, without a doubt, is a brave stance, and a lesson from the lessons of leaders who are loyal to their homelands and peoples. It reminds us of the stance of his grandfather Al-Hussein, peace be upon him, when he said his famous saying: These attitudes are not new to the Sadr family. Muhammad al-Sadr called out more than twenty years ago when he said: “The religion is your responsibility and the doctrine is your responsibility.” Here Muqtada al-Ibaa said it: “Iraq is your responsibility and the people are your responsibility, I am not important.”

 

And he concluded, “Oh, the immortal sacrificer, the symbol of all the faithful, and the title of sacrifice and annihilation, you will remain a beacon to every reformer, faithful and sacrificed for the sake of his religion, his country and his people, and history will remember that you owned and waived for the love of your people and your country.”

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Shafaq News/ The Independent High Electoral Commission in Iraq confirmed, on Monday, that the General Secretariat of the House of Representatives had handed over lists of the names of the winning parliamentarians, in addition to other lists of substitutes (the biggest losers).

A member of the commission's media team, Imad Jamil, told Shafak News Agency, "The Presidency of Parliament will not need the Electoral Commission to know the replacements or the so-called first loser in the legislative elections that took place last October, regardless of his party or regional affiliation."

Jamil explained, "The Commission had handed over to the General Secretariat of the House of Representatives statements and lists of the names of the deputies who won the highest votes, as well as the names of the replacements or the first losers in each electoral district, and therefore they can review those lists and determine the replacements."

Deputies of the Sadrist bloc (75 deputies) submitted official resignations to Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, who approved them immediately on Sunday (12 June).

And political parties suggested that Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi would initiate to address the Electoral Commission to provide the Presidency of the Council with lists of replacements for the resigned al-Sadr deputies.

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Shafaq News/ A leader in the al-Sadr movement confirmed on Monday that the leader of the movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, withdrew from the political process, noting that al-Sadr made the same "ram of Ismail" as he described it.

Ahmed Al-Mutairi, head of the political committee of the Sadrist movement, said in a statement received by Shafak News Agency; "The political altruism that Muqtada al-Sadr did by withdrawing from the political process and leaving the seats of his representatives to his opponents from other politicians is a sacrifice for Iraq, as he made himself the holy ram of Ismail."

Al-Mutairi added; Al-Sadr, “by doing this, transformed his preference for eternal life. This is undoubtedly a brave position, and a lesson from the leaders who are loyal to their homelands and peoples. It reminds us of the position of his grandfather Al-Hussein, peace be upon him, when he said his famous saying: (I do not give you by my hand the giving of the servile, and I do not approve the approval of slaves).” This is how the positions are The great ones when they sacrifice the most precious and precious for the greater good, and these attitudes are not new to the Sadr family. Muhammad al-Sadr called more than twenty years ago when he said: (The religion is your responsibility and the doctrine is your responsibility) and here Muqtada al-Ibaa said it (Iraq is your responsibility and the people care about you, I am not important) .

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Shafaq News/ The Independent High Electoral Commission in Iraq confirmed, on Monday, that the General Secretariat of the House of Representatives had handed over lists of the names of the winning parliamentarians, in addition to other lists of substitutes (the biggest losers).

A member of the commission's media team, Imad Jamil, told Shafak News Agency, "The Presidency of Parliament will not need the Electoral Commission to know the replacements or the so-called first loser in the legislative elections that took place last October, regardless of his party or regional affiliation."

Jamil explained, "The Commission had handed over to the General Secretariat of the House of Representatives statements and lists of the names of the deputies who won the highest votes, as well as the names of the replacements or the first losers in each electoral district, and therefore they can review those lists and determine the replacements."

Deputies of the Sadrist bloc (75 deputies) submitted official resignations to Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, who approved them immediately on Sunday (12 June).

And political parties suggested that Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi would initiate to address the Electoral Commission to provide the Presidency of the Council with lists of replacements for the resigned al-Sadr deputies.

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A report by the New York Times confirmed, on Monday, that after a seven-month stalemate in the formation of the government, the country witnessed a kind of turmoil, a day after the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, directed members of parliament loyal to him to resign from the seats they won in the October elections of last year.

 

The report, which was translated by the "Information" agency, stated that "talks to form the government collapsed amid disagreements over who will be the president. Under the Iraqi parliamentary system, which was established after a US-led coalition toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003, the president nominates the prime minister, while al-Sadr indicated that by abandoning negotiations he was sacrificing his bloc's hard-earned gains in last year's elections so that a government could be formed.

And the report indicated that “it was not immediately clear whether the resignations were just a negotiating tactic on his part or a real break with parliamentary politics, but his withdrawal from parliament and his announcement of the closure of most of al-Sadr’s offices across the country raised fears that he might replace political negotiations with street protests.” destabilizing – something he used before as leverage.”

For his part, Faisal Al-Istrabadi, director of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Indiana University, said that "with the Sadrists apparently departing from the actual political process, their history is that when they do not engage in politics, they take to the streets."

The report indicated that, “According to legal experts, the resignations themselves will not lead to elections, and instead, the candidates who received the second largest number of votes in October will replace Sadr loyalists in Parliament,” noting that “parliamentary resignations were effective after their acceptance. It was approved by Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi and did not require parliamentary approval. finished/ 25 z

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Shafaq News / An informed source in the coordination framework explained, on Monday, that the meeting that will be held by the leaders of the framework, will discuss a number of proposals to solve the political crisis, including the formation of a committee whose mission is to discuss with the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, to reverse the decision to withdraw.

The source told Shafaq News Agency, "The meeting, which is hoped to be held this evening, may lead to the issuance of a unified statement calling on the Sadrist bloc to reverse this decision, in addition to forming a committee to negotiate with al-Sadr, to reverse its last decision, and to represent all the forces of the framework, as they want stability." They reject the chaos and the chaos of the street or stir it up with demonstrations.”

Yesterday, Sunday, Al-Sadr directed deputies of the Sadrist bloc in the Iraqi parliament to hand over their resignation to the Speaker of the Council, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, while he thanked his allies in the "Save the Homeland" coalition and informed them that they "are in a solution."

Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi signed the resignations of the Sadrist bloc’s deputies, in the presence of Parliamentary Bloc leader Hassan al-Adhari, and then commented, “Their resignations took place reluctantly,” referring to efforts made to dissuade al-Sadr from this step.

Shafaq News Agency learned about an upcoming meeting scheduled to be held by Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani, Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, and head of the Sovereignty Alliance Khamis al-Khanjar, described as "important" to take a "unified" decision after the Sadrist bloc withdrew from the Iraqi parliament.

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So, Al-Sadr was maneuvering to obtain a strong bargaining position??

1 hour ago, yota691 said:

Shafaq News / An informed source in the coordination framework explained, on Monday, that the meeting that will be held by the leaders of the framework, will discuss a number of proposals to solve the political crisis, including the formation of a committee whose mission is to discuss with the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, to reverse the decision to withdraw

 

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26 minutes ago, Bama Girl said:

So, Al-Sadr was maneuvering to obtain a strong bargaining position??

 

Could be maybe ??? I've come to expect the unexpected and this swirling mess certainly qualifies.

If he's quit the process from what vantage point do you negotiate ?

Guess we'll see how this all gets fleshed out. Damn confusing alright.

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12 hours ago, DoD said:

IMHO…Al-Sadr just pissed off Iran and the puppet Maliki. 
If you look at from us Dinar investors point of view it sucks. 
Did you notice he waited until after the vote on the Food Law was passed to do this? 
By dissolving parliament it take’s away the immunity from all including Maliki. 
This is where I’m guessing at Al-Sadr end game. I’ve been saying for weeks they need to start burning tires in the streets because that’s what gets the attention. 
I’m a thinking that Maliki and lots more of his thieves in parliament are about to be served. Al-Sadr was serious when he said Maliki wouldn’t be part of the government. Al-Sadr made sure the citizens were cared for before he pulled the plug. The PM and president will continue until next elections, what I can’t figure out is, are there anything else that needs to happen before the CBI makes a rate change. 
That’s my thinking, either Al-Sadr has made the gamble of the century and new elections rid them of Iran or he has sent the Iraq government into the abyss….

Thanks for sharing, I got stuck wondering about Al-Sadr's motives.

 

I think you are onto something there with your analysis. This might be an 'all in' move by Al-Sadr. Likely, carefully planned brinkmanship to avoid the same old swamp games with Iran as gator #1 and Maliki as gator #2 💩.

 

It is certainly going to mobilize voters to participate in the next election, as there was a lot of apathy among voters in the last election. This move by Al-Sadr now has all eyes on him--just the way he wants it.

 

I now think it is a systemic clarion call for independence, the State over the political clans and partisanship.

 

Total baller move!

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The framework meeting is witnessing a split by calling for the dissolution of Parliament and for fear of the reaction of the Sadrist movement’s masses

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A political source revealed the most prominent issues discussed in the coordination framework meeting held at the home of the President of the Supreme Council, Hammam Hammoudi.
The source said in an interview with (the Iraqi Media News Agency) that “the leaders of the coordination framework discussed the resignation of the Sadrist bloc from the House of Representatives and its impact on the political process in Iraq,” noting that “the attendees were divided over the call for dissolving the parliament and holding other early elections.”
He added, "Some suggested forming a committee to negotiate with the Sadrist movement, to reverse the resignation, while others refused, on the pretext that al-Sadr refuses to hold any meetings with the coordination framework regarding the form of the next government."
He pointed out, "Most of the attendees confirmed that forming any government independent of the Sadrist movement would not last long and expressed their fear of the reaction of the masses of the movement in the street or going out 

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/ After the resignation of Al-Sadriyya, a parliamentary bloc calls for the dissolution of the House of Representatives

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The New Generation bloc called for the dissolution of the Iraqi parliament after the resignation of the Sadrist bloc.

The head of the bloc, Sarwa Abdul Wahed, said in a tweet via Twitter, which was transmitted by the correspondent of (Iraqi Media News Agency /). We in the (New Generation) call for the dissolution of Parliament; Because the withdrawal of the biggest winner in the elections puts the Council in front of many questions and loses legitimacy.”

And she added, "Our next step is to resort to the Federal Court for two issues: the interpretation of the brief period for selecting the President of the Republic, and the interpretation of the mechanism for dissolving the House of Representatives

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A Tripartite Meeting Between Saleh, Al-Kazemi And Zidane, And An Agreement To Reunite

6/13/2022

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Earth News/ The three presidencies represented by the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zaidani, affirmed today, Monday, the need to reach a real and realistic solution to the political crisis.


And the Supreme Judicial Council stated in a statement received by Earth News, "The President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zaidan, received the President of the Republic, Barham Salih and Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and discussed with them the developments of the political scene and its repercussions on the economic and service reality of the country."


The statement added, "The parties to the meeting agreed to invite all political forces to unite and unite the ranks to reach a realistic and realistic treatment of the political crisis in a manner that guarantees Iraq's unity and interests at all levels."


The statement continued: "The parties to the meeting also called on all the elites and media and cultural events to calm down and spread a spirit of love and societal solidarity among all shades and components of the Iraqi people."

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A meeting of the framework in Maliki's office in the presence of "Azm" and the Kurdistan National

2022.06.14 - 11:31
A meeting of the framework in Maliki's office in the presence of "Azm" and the Kurdistan National
 

  

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On Tuesday, the coordination framework held a meeting in the office of the leader of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, in the presence of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, the "Azm" coalition, the Babylon Movement and the Independents.  

  

  

  

An informed source told "Nass" (June 14, 2022), that "the coordination framework began its meeting with the Alliance of Azm, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, the Babylonian Movement and the Independents in the office of Nuri al-Maliki to discuss developments in the political situation and discuss ways of political openness to the rest of the political forces to speed up the formation of the government." .  

  

Yesterday, Monday, the coordination framework confirmed the continuation of dialogues with all political forces to form the government, after the resignation of the Sadrist bloc from the House of Representatives.  

  

The framework said in a statement that "Nass" received a copy of it (June 13, 2022), that "the coordination framework held its regular meeting today, Monday, to discuss the latest developments in the political arena."    

  

The framework stressed, according to the statement, "its continuation of the necessary steps to address the political crisis and to continue dialogues with all political forces to complete the constitutional entitlements and form a national service government, and the coordination framework hoped to go with all political forces, but it respects the decision of the Sadrist bloc to resign from the House of Representatives."    

  

He also stressed, "I will continue to work with everyone in a way that guarantees wide participation and achieves the aspirations and hopes of our people for security, stability and decent living, and enhances the role and position of Iraq in the region and the world," according to the statement.    

  

Earlier, the head of the Sadrist movement's political body, Ahmed al-Mutairi, commented on the withdrawal of the Sadrist movement's leader Muqtada al-Sadr from the political process.  

  

Al-Mutairi said, in a statement received by “Nass” a copy of it (June 13, 2022), that “the political altruism that Muqtada al-Sadr committed by withdrawing from the political process and leaving the seats of his representatives to his opponents from other politicians is a sacrifice for Iraq, as he made himself the holy ram of Ismail, By doing this, he transformed his altruism into eternal life. This is undoubtedly a brave position, and a lesson from the lessons of leaders who are loyal to their countries and peoples.      

  

He added, "It reminds us of the position of his grandfather Al-Hussein, peace be upon him, when he said his famous saying: (I do not give you with my hand the giving of the servile, nor do I approve the approval of the slaves). This is the attitude of the greats when they sacrifice the most precious and precious for the greater interest, and these positions are not new to the Al-Sadr family, as Muhammad Al-Sadr called before More than twenty years ago when he said: (The religion belongs to you and the doctrine belongs to you) and here Muqtada Al-Ibaa said it (Iraq belongs to you and the people belongs to you, I am not important).      

  

And he continued, "Oh, the immortal sacrificer, the symbol of all the faithful, and the title of sacrifice and annihilation, you will remain a beacon to every reformer, loyal and sacrificed person for the sake of his religion, his country and his people, and history will remember that you owned and waived for the love of your people and your country. With you with you for the sake of your Iraq and your people."      

  

In the latest comments regarding the resignation of the Sadrist movement's deputies, the leader of the Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani, said on Monday: "We respect the decision of His Eminence Muqtada al-Sadr, and we will follow up on subsequent developments."    

  

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The excluded MP, Mishaan al-Jubouri, expected, earlier, the dissolution of parliament and the survival of the government of Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kazemi, against the background of the resignation of the Sadrist movement's representatives from Parliament.  

  

Al-Jubouri said, in a blog post followed by "Nass" (June 13, 2022), "Al-Kazemi and his government will remain, dissolve Parliament itself and go to early elections next year."            

  

Earlier, Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi signed the mass resignations of the Sadrist bloc.  

  

The head of the bloc, Hassan al-Adhari, submitted a request for a collective resignation to his bloc, in response to the call of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr.                      

  

According to a video obtained by "Nass" (June 12, 2022), Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi is seen signing the resignations of the Sadrist bloc in the presence of the bloc's leader, Hassan al-Adhari.             

  

Earlier, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, directed the resignations of members of the Sadrist bloc to Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi.  

  

Al-Sadr said in a statement, of which "Nass" received a copy, (12 June 2022), that "the head of the Sadrist bloc, Hassan al-Adhari, must submit the resignations of the sisters and brothers in the Sadrist bloc to the Speaker of Parliament."            

  

And he indicated that "this step is considered a sacrifice on my part for the sake of the people and the country to rid them of their unknown fate." He also extended his thanks to "Jaafar al-Sadr, who was our candidate for prime minister."          

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