This agreement between these parties led to an agreement on the presidency of the parliament, which belongs to the Sunni blocs, where he took over the position Al-HalbousiIn a session held last week, amid expectations of the possibility of passing the presidency and the ministers in the same format, and with personalities close to or affiliated with those alliances.
Visit Najaf and Erbil
However, the Coordination Framework Forces, (a political grouping of the political wings of armed militias), launched a wide campaign to dismantle this alliance, through the messages of the head of the Al-Fateh Alliance. Hadi Al-Amri, to zThe Sadrist movement in a NajafTo persuade him to abandon the idea of a “majority government”, and the necessity of involving all political forces in the next government, is what al-Sadr rejected.
Al-Sadr said in a tweet via “Twitter” after his meeting with Al-Amiri: “Neither Eastern nor Western, a national majority government,” which confirmed that the two parties did not reach any solutions regarding the possibility of entering into a single alliance.
After that, Al-Amiri went toKurdistan Region, where he met with Kurdish leaders there, such as the head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Masoud Barzani, the head of government Masrour BarzaniAnd discussed with them the file of forming a government.
According to what was nominated from the meeting, Barzani showed a solid stance towards Al-Amiri’s attempts to win him over, or influence his alliance with Al-Sadr.
This political movement by Al-Amiri came after a series of events in the capital, Baghdad, against the political parties participating in the “triple agreement”, such as the Progress Alliance, as well as the headquarters of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, which observers saw as an attempt by the forces of the coordination framework, to dismantle the “triple alliance.” Whether through field or political activity.
A big difference
In this context, the director of the Iraqi Media Center in Washington, Nizar Haidar, said, “Some of the coordinating framework forces tried to dismantle the bonds of this alliance in various ways, to the extent that some of them employed force, weapons, and intimidation to achieve this, but they all failed and this is a very natural thing, because The elections this time produced a very big difference between the biggest winners of the Sadrist movement, and the biggest losers, the rule of law.”
Haidar added in a statement to “Sky News Arabia” that “Al-Amiri’s visit to Erbil, I think, is in the interest of the tripartite alliance, after the framework despaired of the possibility of untangling him, especially since it came immediately after his visit to Najaf.”
He pointed out that “the Sadrist movement is one color, one leadership, one vision and one will, while the framework is multiple and contradictory in everything.”
Observers believe that the new political bloc will create an opportunity to make a new political decision in Iraq during the next stage, and if it remains united, it can choose the rest of the presidencies, and resolve all positions in the ministerial lineup and senior positions in the state.
Last week, the Iraqi parliament was able to renew its former speaker, Muhammad al-Halbousi, in a session that witnessed chaos and shouting among the deputies, as well as the withdrawal of parliamentarians from the coordinating framework forces.
Al-Sadr is still insisting on keeping the armed forces away from the next government, and refuses to ally with it, and stipulated more than once, that it be removed from the political decision, and the need to frame its status according to the law, before dealing with it, as he was able to create a local Iraqi public opinion, regarding.
However, the political forces in the “coordinating framework” reject al-Sadr’s thesis, and see in it the absence of an “important” party from the next government, which represents its exclusion from decision-making.
For days, these groups have been trying to create a rupture in the political process through their movements, but they have not been able so far, which necessitated a visit by the commander of the Quds Force in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Ismail Qaani, to Al-Sadr, who rejected any of his offers.
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