Al-Fateh expresses a position on Al-Sadr’s call for a public dialogue

Al-Fateh expresses a position on Al-Sadr’s call for a public dialogue


Al-Fateh expresses a position on Al-Sadrs call for a public dialogueA member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hamid Al-Moussawi, confirmed today, Saturday, that the United Nations envoy to Iraq, Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, did not inform the political forces of the desire of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, for a public dialogue, while he saw that the latter began to lower the ceiling of his demands.

Earlier today, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, revealed in a tweet via Twitter, that he had submitted a proposal to the United Nations to hold a public dialogue session with the political parties, but “the answer through the mediator was neither rich nor fattening from hunger,” while he called for waiting. next step.”

Al-Moussawi said, in an interview with Al-Mukhtazel ​​program broadcast by Alsumaria satellite channel, that “Al-Sadr’s tweet is a step forward for accepting the poplar, compared to the previous positions of the current that rejected any kind of dialogue,” considering “Al-Sadr’s call for public dialogue as a step to lower the ceiling of demands.” .

He added, “Blaschart, during her meetings with the leaders of the coordination, did not inform about the existence of a chest’s desire for a public dialogue,” noting that “if the political forces knew of this desire of al-Sadr, the forces would have agreed that the presence of the current in any dialogue is important, and without it it will not be productive.”

He pointed out that “Al-Amiri made great strides towards making the initiative popular or having popular parties, and he sought to send invitations to federations, unions and whoever wants to be a party to the national dialogue, given that we believe that the people are the source of authority.”

Al-Moussawi stressed, “The coordination wants a way out of the political blockage,” explaining that “the principle of the framework in the dialogue is neither a winner nor a loser, but rather a correction of the path that led the stage to the blockage.”

He continued, “The debate that al-Sadr wants, is it for the solution? If it is for this goal, there is no problem in it,” stressing that “consuming more time and keeping things going, but rather solutions will not benefit the country.”