Al-Kazemi’s extension sparks a dispute within the “coordinating framework”

Al-Kazemi’s extension sparks a dispute within the “coordinating framework”

9-20-2022

Al-Kazemis extension sparks a dispute within the coordinating frameworkIntersecting sources, from Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish political forces, revealed that the nomination of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, for a second term, sparked a sharp dispute between two currents within the coordinating framework, as Al-Kazemi’s fortunes seem high as a truce candidate with the leader of the Sadrist movement, forces close to Iran are trying to abort. extension attempts.
A source from the “Hikma Movement” led by Ammar al-Hakim said that the Shiite forces that engage in a secret dialogue with the leader of the Sadrist movement, before forming a government led by the coordination framework, are trying to pass Al-Kazemi as a candidate for prime minister. According to the source, a current from the “framework” believes that putting forward this name will make negotiations with al-Sadr more flexible.
Actors in party salons leaked information about “attempts by the owners of Al-Kazemi’s extension project with Iranian institutions to persuade them to assign him to head the new government.”
For the first time since the outbreak of the election crisis last October, activists in the coordinating framework attacked the Lebanese cleric, Muhammad Kawtharani, who is responsible for the Iraq file in “Hezbollah”, against the background of his role in promoting Al-Kazemi’s second term project, along with influential Shiite party figures. Like the cub of al-Zaidi.
Earlier, Al-Zaidi, who is the secretary of the Islamic Movement of Iraq, said that “political parties are preventing a clear political vision or a unified leadership for the coordination framework.”
Meanwhile, a senior political source revealed that Shiite forces linked to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard received explicit messages that “Tehran rejects the outbreak of a Shiite Shiite war in Iraq, and does not feel comfortable with the formation of a government that Sadr opposes in the street.”
The source said that this scenario would turn the leader of the Sadrist movement into a “victorious in his battle with the coordinating framework,” and this is what prompts Shiite parties to work to abort this project. He added that “Al-Maliki and Khazali will work to abort this project.”
Meanwhile, the “Victory Coalition” led by Haider al-Abadi confirmed that it “works with the political forces to make the national dialogue a success, and to bring views to end the political blockage, according to a clear path, regardless of the name of the candidate to take over the prime ministership.”
And regarding the information circulating regarding the extension of Al-Kazemi’s term, leaders in the Kurdistan Democratic Party refrained from commenting, but one of them indicated that “President Masoud Barzani prefers a steadfast settlement that guarantees political and social stability in the country.”

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