The conflict raging between Maliki and Sadr to win the Kurds in the alliance of the largest bloc

The conflict raging between Maliki and Sadr to win the Kurds in the alliance of the largest bloc

Monday, 06 August 2018 at 18:29 pm

The conflict raging between Maliki and Sadr to win the Kurds in the alliance of the largest blocBaghdad / Follow-up Sky Press

With the approach of the Electoral Commission from the announcement of the results of the parliamentary elections that took place about 3 months ago, both the Sadrists led by Moqtada al-Sadr and the coalition of the rule of law led by Nuri al-Maliki to enter into negotiations to attract Sunni and Kurdish forces to strengthen their seats and the formation of the largest bloc before the first session of parliament to ensure The prime minister must be from her ranks.

Al-Hayat reported on Monday (August 6, 2018) that “two competing Shiite teams entered into a feverish race to form the largest bloc eligible for the new Iraqi prime minister, while the Sadrists led by Moqtada al-Sadr and the National Wisdom Movement led by Ammar al-Hakim to attract Sunni forces to promote Seats, entered the coalition of the rule of law led by Nuri al-Maliki and the coalition of the conquest of membership of the grass-roots factions in the side negotiations to attract Sunni and Kurdish forces. ”

He added that “the five Shiite parties winning in the elections, seemed embarrassing in the re-production of the Shiite alliance after a speech strongly addressed to the Shiite cleric Ali al-Sistani and his face to Iraqi politicians, calling for the formation of a government of technocrats, prompting these parties to form alliances that rely on attracting forces enough To collect half of the seats of the parliament plus one, rather than involving all who would be seen as a return to political quotas. ”

Al-Hayat quoted well-informed sources as saying that the alliance led by Muqtada al-Sadr, winner of the first place in the elections and the National Wisdom Movement began negotiations with Sunni forces, most notably the National Coalition led by Iyad Allawi, and the coalition of the decision led by Osama Najafi and small Kurdish parties to form the largest bloc.

The sources pointed out that “other negotiations led by the alliance led by Hadi al-Amiri and the coalition of the rule of law led by al-Maliki to form the largest bloc after their rapprochement with the coalition of victory led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, who was until two weeks closer to Sadr and Hakim, but Sistani’s speech on the selection of a strong prime minister explained By refusing to renew the mandate of Abbadi, which called for the latter to converge with Amiri and Maliki to ensure its negotiating position.

The newspaper quoted the leader of the alliance of conquest Haneen al-Qaddo as saying that “a close convergence occurred between the rule of law and victory and conquest to form the largest bloc, likely to resort to the alliance and the stream of wisdom to the opposition parliamentary, and said in statements carried by sites close to the conquest that the talks in the form of Shy and slow because of the failure to resolve the election results, but there is a clear convergence between the coalition rule of law and victory and the alliance to open the formation of the largest alliance.

He added that “the alliance did not declare the alliance in an official form with a coalition going on, and the events of the consultation was not up to the level of understanding on the formation of the coalition, and are now rivals for the formation of the largest coalition, and likely to resort to the wisdom and the rest to the opposition in the event of failure In joining the tripartite alliance. ”

According to the report, the two competing teams were in a race to attract more seats with the election commission approaching the announcement of the final results of the elections, while the Maliki-Amiri-Abadi (114 seats) to attract Sunni parties in return for the presidency, Hakim – Allawi (97 seats) to attract small Sunni and Kurdish forces, but both teams need more seats to form a parliamentary majority (164 seats).

In this context, the head of the wisdom movement, Ammar al-Hakim, met yesterday with a delegation of the coalition of Iraqi forces (Sunni), led by Jamal Karbouli, a member of deputies and members of the Anbar Provincial Council, and said in a statement that “Hakim discussed with them on political developments and the situation of Anbar after the salvation of the terrorist “He stressed the importance of honoring the importance of everyone to the democratic path and support and rooting, and pointed to the importance of forming a strong equation capable of producing a combination of government able to respond to the aspirations of the people.

The report concluded that the competition for the formation of the largest bloc is now strongest between both Maliki and Sadr, after the competition was limited between Maliki and Abadi to win the post of prime minister in the next four years.

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