Barzani “trying his luck” with a new mediation to persuade al-Sadr to return to the table

Barzani “trying his luck” with a new mediation to persuade al-Sadr to return to the table

8-29-2022

Barzani trying his luck with a new mediation to persuade al-Sadr to return to the tableInformation / Baghdad…
With the start of the countdown to the initiative of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, in which he set a 72-hour deadline for the political forces, including the Sadrist movement, to retire from the political scene, a new mediation led by the President of the Iraqi Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, emerged to persuade al-Sadr to return to the negotiating table.

In the coming hours, Barzani is scheduled to visit the capital, Baghdad, and meet the leaders of the coordination framework and other political forces, before heading to Al-Hanana to meet Al-Sadr.
So far, the schedule or program of Barzani’s visit to Baghdad and Najaf has not been disclosed, but Kurdistan Democratic Party member Mayada al-Najjar says that “Barzani will convey messages from the coordinating framework to al-Sadr.”
Commenting on these developments, Ali Al-Fatlawi, a member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, said in a statement to “The Information”, that “the solution to the political crisis depends on sitting at the dialogue table and understanding with everyone, and not through the tweet,” referring to the tweets of the page of what is known as the “Minister of the Leader.”
Al-Fatlawi points out that “the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, is the only one who is trying to go towards dissolving the parliament, and this matter is considered an attempt to twist arms and impose the will, and these things cannot be achieved.”
For his part, the independent politician Saad Al-Mutalibi confirms, saying in his interview with Al-Maalouma, that “the solution to the current crisis lies in dialogue, understanding and resorting to the constitution to start serious dialogues between everyone and to come up with a new political contract.”
As for the Kurds, the representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Mahma Khalil, believes that “the political process in Iraq needs the return of the main and main pillars of the political scene that bear the responsibility of forming the next government.”
Khalil added in a statement to “Al-Maalouma”, that “the President of the Kurdistan Region carries, during this visit, Barzani’s initiative to resolve the current political crisis that the country is going through and to bring the views of the dissenting political parties closer to proceed with the completion of the constitutional benefits months after the early elections.”
Until now, it is difficult to predict the fate of Nechirvan Barzani’s mediation and the extent of its success in persuading al-Sadr to return to the rules of political engagement and end the siege of the parliament building, which has completed its first month. finished/25pm

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