Al-Abadi’s coalition calls for “zero” crises and proposes a two-stage road map

Al-Abadi’s coalition calls for “zero” crises and proposes a two-stage road map

2022-08-31 03:57

Al-Abadis coalition calls for zero crises and proposes a two-stage road mapShafaq News/ The “Victory” coalition led by Haider al-Abadi called today, Wednesday, to “zero” the current political crisis and agree on a two-stage road map, while renewing his call to adopt his vision as the next transitional stage ends with early elections.

In a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, Al-Nasr Coalition said that “after the tragic and tragic events of August 29-30, in which martyrs and wounded fell and hit the heart of the country, the Al-Nasr Coalition surrounds public opinion and the concerned forces with its vision of dealing with the crisis,” calling on the political forces to “zero the crisis.” Turning the tragic page of the events of August 29-30, 2022 and before, and a serious and constructive attempt to draw the stages of a national constitutional solution agreed upon by all parties, with fast time limits, away from the mentality of the victor, the spirit of hatred and breaking wills, for all are brothers of a homeland and partners in destiny.

The coalition added that “any solution must be translated by a clear roadmap and subject to everyone’s agreement, based on legitimate constitutional, legal and institutional rules, and to achieve it, dialogue, positive spirit, bearing joint responsibility, lowering the ceilings of demands, and adopting mutual concessions must be pursued, in the service of the public interest.”

Al-Abadi’s coalition called for “agreeing on a roadmap according to two phases, the first phase solving the current crisis to end the existing blockage, and the second phase agreeing on broad lines to reform the political system so that it can overcome its own barriers, and be efficient, valid and able to manage the state.”

The coalition renewed its vision, which it presented on June 22, 2022, that the next phase should be considered transitional, with a duration agreed upon, ending with early, new, fair elections whose laws and mechanisms are agreed upon, and the formation of a new government subject to agreement between all parties. sound constitutionality.

He also indicated that “the constitutional stage resulting from the upcoming early elections must adopt reform and change in the political life and the political system to avoid a recurrence of crises,” stressing “without bold and real reforms for everything that is wrong and corrupt, there is no hope for a better system that can perform the state’s political, security, economic and sovereign tasks.”

Saleh Muhammad al-Iraqi, the so-called “minister leader” who is close to the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr, expressed, today, Wednesday, his strong dissatisfaction with the determination of the coordinating framework, which includes Shiite political forces, to hold a session of the House of Representatives in preparation for proceeding with the formation of the federal government, while describing these positions issued From the “insolent” framework, I consider that the Sadrist movement has become their “first enemy by all available means” except for violence if they do not declare mourning for the victims of the “Ashura Revolution” protests.

Yesterday, Tuesday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi threatened to declare the position vacant in accordance with Article 81 of the Iraqi constitution if chaos and conflict continued.

Yesterday, Tuesday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, demanded the withdrawal of his armed and unarmed supporters from the Green Zone and an end to their sit-in, which extended for about a month, thus ending armed confrontations that broke out on Monday, August 29, and continued until mid-afternoon on Tuesday, August 30, 2022.