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Al-Hikma talks about an upcoming “coalition”: a “national paper” that brings together the parties within the framework of forming the government


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Al-Hikma talks about an upcoming “coalition”: a “national paper” that brings together the parties within the framework of forming the government
 

Baghdad - people  

On Sunday, the Wisdom Movement revealed a "national paper" that is being worked on for understanding between the political forces, while indicating that it is still committed not to participating in the next government.  

  

 

A member of the Political Bureau of the Wisdom Movement, Muhammad Al-Husseini, said in a statement to the official newspaper, followed by "Nass" (September 25, 2022), that "the understandings between the political forces have made good strides," revealing "the maturity of a national paper that included a number of axes, including political, legislative, governmental, executive and legal." .  

  

And he stated, "These axes were formulated through the opinions of the political parties in the Iraqi political arena and at all levels of the Kurdish, Sunni and Shiite forces."  


He added, "All political forces contributed to the maturation of this paper, and there is a role for other components in completing the drafting process, and therefore this paper would provide reassurances for the political forces that will combine and form the next government, and we also hope that this paper will end the crisis of confidence that plagued the political process between all powers."  

  

Regarding the position of wisdom, Al-Husseini stated that “his movement is still committed to not participating in the next government, but it supports any steps aimed at providing services to citizens, ending the state of political impasse and creating a state of understanding between the political forces in a way that serves the national interest and ends the hate speech and mutual slander between those The forces, because necessarily there must be a national service government in accordance with the constitutional and electoral benefits.”  

  

Earlier, the Al-Fateh Alliance denied the intention of the coordination framework to send a delegation to Al-Hanana, to meet the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, pointing to a rapprochement that might result in an alliance between the framework, sovereignty and democracy.    

  

A member of the coalition, Aid al-Hilali, said in a statement to the official channel, followed by "Nas" (September 24, 2022), that "there has been a convergence of views between the framework, sovereignty and democracy, and this rapprochement may result in an alliance or turn the wheel of the political process and open the door to political blockage."  

  

Al-Hilali added, "Some of the framework forces see that bypassing the Sadrists is dangerous, given that the Sadrist bloc represents a large spectrum and a wide political space."  

  

And he continued, "The Kurdish House has not reached the point of initiation. It is still just discussions between them that have not resulted in anything, and they have not agreed on a common political vision, and on a political figure with which they can go to Baghdad."  

  

Al-Hilali stressed, "The framework has spared no effort in knocking on the door of al-Hananah, and invitations have been sent to al-Sadr, but he refuses to meet with any delegation, and the framework has no idea of sending a delegation to al-Hanana at all, or at least at the present time."  

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Baghdad - people  

On Sunday, the Wisdom Movement revealed a "national paper" that is being worked on for understanding between the political forces, while indicating that it is still committed not to participating in the next government.  

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