“Ten Reasons” prompted Muqtada al-Sadr to withdraw from the political process

“Ten Reasons” prompted Muqtada al-Sadr to withdraw from the political process

2022-07-01 08:07

Ten Reasons prompted Muqtada al-Sadr to withdraw from the political processShafaq News/ “Saleh Muhammad al-Iraqi” blog, which is close to the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, gave ten reasons that prompted the latter to withdraw from the political process in Iraq.

In his blog, Al-Iraqi stated, “What are the reasons that prompted Mr. Al-Sadr, the leader, to withdraw from the political process? I will mention some of them to you:

First: The government can only be completed with the participation of the corrupt, subordinationists, and sectarians.

Second: Independents stand by the project of the national majority government for reasons of encouragement, intimidation or lack of confidence.

Third: The political blocs, and even some countries, insisted on consensus.. This, in his view, is forbidden and unjust to the people and the nation.

Fourth: The conscious classes, such as media professionals, analysts, technocrats, and others, do not support the national majority project, but some of them stand in opposition, especially with the hostile media war.

Fifth: The lack of popular support for this, despite the fact that the majority sympathize with the majority project.

Sixth: the domination of the beneficiaries, dissidents and the worldly ones from the current in the event of the success of the formation of the national majority government, and this puts the last national Shiite card at risk.

Seventh: The occurrence of a Shiite conflict over the sharing of government spoils before their formation, so what if they were formed?!

Eighth: The issuance of a law criminalizing normalization led to a rallying around the outside against the owner of the reform project and the majority project.

Ninth: Forming a majority government will collide with rampant corruption in all parts of the state, including the politicization of the judiciary and other state institutions.

Tenth: The belief of the naive that the majority government is a weakening of the sect, and this is a very sad matter, as the creed is not superior to corruption, but rather through reform and the rejection of sectarianism.