Al-Sadr’s return to the electoral race frustrates Maliki’s third term

Al-Sadr’s return to the electoral race frustrates Maliki’s third term


al-MalikiIn light of the recent rapprochement between the leader of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, and the Kurdistan Democratic Party led by Massoud Barzani, the Sadrist movement announced, on the lips of its leader, the cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, last Friday, the twenty-seventh of this August, from al-Hanana, his retraction from the decision to withdraw from the electoral race after it required The national interest is the return. On the other hand, there are apparently political forces that welcomed Al-Sadr’s move, but they embrace another position, stemming from achieving partisan gains in the absence of Al-Sadr, to be the arena for them to rise. On the ladder of the prime ministership. The best example of these forces is the leader of the state of law, Nuri al-Maliki, who called for reconciliation with all political blocs, especially with al-Sadr, while the spokesman for the Sadrist bloc, Awad al-Awadi, stated: “We will not be a false witness about the return of the prime ministership. To al-Maliki,” while the leader of the State of Law coalition took advantage of al-Sadr’s absence from the elections, and held meetings with the Kurds, to reach an agreement between the two sides that would pave the way for setting a road map for understandings after the election results were announced. Prime Minister in the next stage.

Against the background of the recent rapprochement between al-Maliki and Barzani, after a rupture and exchange of accusations over the past years, questions arose between the political and media circles. Did the Kurds forget the false promises of al-Maliki? Or did he turn a new page by making concessions in exchange for guaranteeing his entry to the government palace, after spending eight years in it that witnessed pivotal events that overthrew his quest for a third term?

The circles welcomed the political return of al- Sadr to the race, topped the list of welcoming Prime Minister Mustafa Kazmi, which opened the door of possibilities in front of al- Sadr’s mandate Kazmi support for the second, and in this context, a political analyst Ibrahim Asamada said : “I feel joy ventured to return the Sadrists to participate in The elections, and this means that I have hope that my green friends will leave, perhaps I will devote myself to writing a book entitled, The Year of the Elephant, Al-Kazemi’s Year in the Republican Palace, without restricting my arrest against an unknown person.

The followers of the Sadrist movement demanded the reopening of registration on the biometric electoral card after many of them destroyed and burned it, in response to the movement’s decision not to run in the elections. , hired, empty, stupid, vile mercenaries, blameworthy, their leader and their slaves had to spit in their faces, despise and insult them, laugh at them and play with their emotions by making many contradictory decisions.

Resist them oh this one, because they don’t deserve life.

The return of the Sadrist movement to the elections resolved the controversy over whether to hold it or postpone it amid the completion of the preparations of the political forces to enter into a fierce competition in all governorates without exception, coinciding with the start of the countdown to the time of voting.