The framework looks forward to a “comprehensive dialogue” and sets its conditions for a “public debate” with al-Sadr

The framework looks forward to a “comprehensive dialogue” and sets its conditions for a “public debate” with al-Sadr

2022-08-21 07:13

The framework looks forward to a comprehensive dialogue and sets its conditions for a public debate with al-SadrShafaq News/ While parties in the Shiite coordination framework see that the requirement of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, for a “public debate” and a direct broadcast of the minutes of the “Palace Dialogue” meeting as a matter that may complicate the political crisis and plunge it into deeper corridors, others find that this would be done. But by agreement on some of the paragraphs that ensure the smoothness of the debate without any contradictions.

Yesterday, Saturday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, revealed that he had submitted a proposal to the United Nations to hold a “public debate” broadcast live, between all political parties, again at the same time, his rejection of any secret dialogue with those he described as “corrupt” or from “He wants to kill al-Sadr” or who is trying to undermine those who belong to the Sadrist movement.”

Regarding the foregoing, the representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance, which is part of the coordination framework, Mukhtar Al-Moussawi, stipulated that agreeing to hold a television debate or anywhere, by “naming the corrupt while providing evidence that proves their involvement in what is attributed to them and whom Al-Sadr referred to in his last tweet.” By saying: “These demands may complicate the landscape more than it is now.”

Al-Moussawi added, during his speech to Shafaq News Agency, that “there is no solution to what the country is going through, except through dialogue, and that the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance Hadi Al-Amiri is waiting to set a date to meet Al-Sadr and agree on mechanisms for a comprehensive dialogue to end the crisis.”

Regarding the place and time of holding a session of Parliament, Al-Moussawi indicated that until now, “the agreement is to hold a session of Parliament in one of the halls of the University of Baghdad in Jadriya, and the time has not yet been determined, due to the situation and political fluctuations,” expressing his hope that “things will proceed in a manner that serves the country and achieves.” aspirations of its citizens.

For his part, the representative of the State of Law coalition, Thaer Mekheifa, affirmed that “the current political rivalries are neither enriching nor fattening, and they are nothing but an increase in the complexity of the scene, and an increase in the political blockage,” noting that “things are never resolved in this way.” .

Makheef said, during his interview with Shafaq News Agency, that “the Sadrist movement wants to cancel the presence of the framework, and the latter wants to cancel the presence of the movement, and the difference is that the framework did not speak as al-Sadr does, as the framework has repeatedly stressed the need for everyone to participate and not to exclude anyone.”

For his part, an informed source in the State Forces Alliance, led by Ammar al-Hakim, told Shafaq News, that “setting requirements by any party, in return for sitting at the dialogue table, is an attempt to deepen the crisis and not solve it, as” the solution lies in Everyone gave up for the country.”

The palace dialogue, or what was known as the “national dialogue”, which was held last Wednesday, at the invitation of the caretaker prime minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and in the presence of leaders and leaders of the political blocs, witnessed the discussion of the crisis that Iraq is currently witnessing, where everyone agreed to continue that dialogue, from In order to develop a legal and constitutional road map to address the current crisis.

The modern Iraqi regime is witnessing one of the largest and longest crises that has hit the country with complete political paralysis with a continuous inability to elect a new president of the republic and form a new government. His inability to form a government despite winning the highest number of parliamentary seats in the October 2021 elections.