My chest deputy to the coordination framework: We haven’t used our weapons yet

My chest deputy to the coordination framework: We haven’t used our weapons yet

2022-03-30 08:26

My chest deputy to the coordination framework - We havent used our weapons yetShafaq News/ The representative of the Sadrist bloc, Haider Al-Haddad Al-Khafaji, warned on Wednesday, the Shiite coordination framework against continuing political maneuvers with the aim of disrupting the formation of the next Iraqi government.

This came in a post by Al-Khafaji, commenting on the tweet of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, in which he refused to agree with the coordination framework.

Al-Khafaji said, “What I would like to say is that while the other party has exhausted all its political weapons in obstructing the formation of a government that is not based on quotas, the tripartite alliance has so far not started using its political and (legal) weapons, because Al-Sadr is still trying to save the people.” from his ordeal with the least amount of animosity with the other.”

He added, “If he had to wave the slightest of it, others would have entered into the majority project, alone and in droves, fearing for their political future.

Al-Khafaji continued by saying that it is “wisdom, exhortation, and reminder, and then necessities legalize prohibitions by convention, as long as the rivalry is still within the peaceful democratic framework.”

Al-Sadr said in a tweet on the social networking sites “Twitter”, which he posted earlier today, addressing the coordination framework, “I will not agree with you, as consensus means the end of the country, not to consensus in all its forms.”

He stressed, “What you call a political blockage is easier than agreeing with you and better than sharing the cake with you, for there is no good in a consensus government.”

Al-Sadr also asked, “How will you get along with the blocs while you are striving against all the components and all of them?”

The partners you are trying to win over to your camp.

The leader of the Sadrist movement addressed the people, saying: O Iraqi people, I will not bring you back to your previous tragedies, and this is a false promise. The country will not be subject to subordination, occupation, normalization and quotas, and the people will never bow to them.

The leader of the “Al-Fateh” coalition Hadi Al-Amiri, one of the leaders of the coordination framework, called earlier today, the tripartite coalition – to save a homeland – for a dialogue to solve the outstanding problems, which obstructed the formation of the Iraqi government and the nomination of a president of the republic.

Al-Amiri said in an interview with reporters after a meeting in his office of the forces boycotting the parliament session, “We believe that the path of breaking wills and excluding other parties will not lead to the stability of Iraq. Our words to the political forces, especially the tripartite alliance, are that our hearts are open to finding a solution to get out of the political blockage.”

After the failure of a first attempt on February 7 last, the Iraqi parliament announced last Saturday that it was unable again to elect a president of the republic, due to the lack of a quorum of two-thirds (more than 220 deputies out of 329) due to the boycott of the coordination framework that represents prominent Shiite parties, such as the “Dawla” bloc. The Law” headed by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and the “Al-Fateh” coalition, the umbrella under which the pro-Iranian Popular Mobilization factions belong.