The current is absent and the tripartite is “existing”… Is the coordinating framework unable to form a government?

The current is absent and the tripartite is “existing”… Is the coordinating framework unable to form a government?


The current is absent and the tripartite is existing... Is the coordinating framework unable to form a governmentThe Sadrist movement was absent for the second time from the “national dialogue” session that brought together the leaders of the political forces in the three presidencies, amid talk about the steps of the blocs, especially the coordination framework in the direction of forming a government or not.

Members of the coordinating framework accuse the Triple Alliance of trying to prevent them from forming a government
, and anticipation is still present for the upcoming parliament session, since the Sadrist movement’s supporters withdrew from their sit-in near the parliament over bloody clashes more than a week ago.

Based on the statements of its members, the coordinating framework throws the ball into the Kurds’ court, sometimes accusing them of obstructing the formation of the government, while the other side insists that the conflict is Shiite-Shiite.

With the Sadrist movement’s continued absence from the dialogue sessions held, and perhaps those that will be held later, the leader of the rights movement, Ali Fadlallah, who is part of the coordination framework, comments on the possibility of the political blocs proceeding with forming the government and choosing the president of the republic.

Fadlallah said in an interview with “Ultra Iraq”, that “the problem of deciding the formation of the government and the presidency of the republic does not stop now with the Sadrist movement only, and it is supposed to look at the issue in more depth because the tripartite alliance seems to still exist, and there are mutual understandings,” explaining that “ The Kurdish-Kurdish dispute is artificial to impede the coordination framework and prevent it from proceeding with the formation of the government at the point of not deciding the presidency of the republic.

The leader of “Rights” accuses Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi of “great negligence” due to his obstruction of Parliament’s work during the recent demonstrations, with the aim of “achieving the Sadrist movement’s goal,” according to his vision, through which it is inferred that matters are not related to the Sadrist movement alone.

Fadlallah asserts that “the coordinating framework could easily form a government if the political parties cooperated with it, such as the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Alliance of Sovereignty,” if there were no “understandings between the Kurds and Sunnis to disrupt the coordinating framework,” as he put it.

A leader in the rights movement says that the tripartite alliance exists and causes the formation of the government to be suspended for Al-Kazemi’s survival
. The Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Sovereignty Alliance with its two parts (Determination and Advancement) have previously participated in the dialogues sponsored by Al-Kazemi.

Accordingly, the leader of Rights announces that he has reached “a complete conviction that no party will be able to form a government except by seeing the coordination framework with a consensual government that includes everyone and to cross this crisis. As for thinking by the framework alone or the movement alone, it is impossible.”

Although he talked about a Kurdish-Sunni agreement about obstructing the formation of the government, Fadlallah asserts that “the Sadrist movement’s commitment not to attend dialogue sessions has become the obstruction and the main reason for stopping the formation of the government.”

The current in meetings The seat of the Sadrist movement is vacant in the meeting of political forces and presidencies
. As for the reason for the disruption, it is clear to the leader in rights, “because Mustafa Al-Kazemi’s government is the government of the tripartite coalition and therefore he deals with great comfort and does not look at the results of this crisis just as he did not look at the people’s need for a government that addresses their problems Most notably, the end of the fiscal year and the absence of a budget, with the current year’s adoption of the 2021 budget.”

At the end of his conversation with “Ultra Iraq,” the Sadrist movement, Fadlallah called for “the necessity of leaving the principle of ego and coming down to the desire of the political class, attending meetings and clarifying the disagreement with the coordination framework to find a reconciliation that addresses the blockage in order to form the government and choose the president of the republic according to constitutional methods.”

Despite the long dispute between the Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, they stress the possibility of consensus over the presidential candidate.

The Kurdistan Democratic Party says that the problem lies with the Shiite forces, not the Kurdish
Kurdistan Democratic Party MP Majid Shankali. He says that “the problem with the current scene lies in the coordination framework and the Sadrist movement,” and indicates that “the problem is related to the crisis of mistrust between the blocs and components.”

The Sadrist movement, “wants to dissolve parliament and keep Al-Kazemi, the commission, and the election law,” and it “does not want its deputies to return to parliament,” according to Shankali, who said that “the leaders of the Shiite component think that the decision as a whole is theirs.”

As for the role of the Kurds in the crisis, Shankali believes that the Kurdistan Democratic Party “wants to ripen a reality that accepts initiatives,” adding: “There will be no parliament session before the forty days of Imam Hussein.”

Although the MP for al-Barti admitted that his party and “Progress” are the closest to al-Sadr at present, he believes that “agreement with the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan over a candidate for the presidency other than Barham Salih” is likely in the event that the problem of the prime minister is resolved.

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The other leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, which is part of the coordination framework, Ghazanfar al-Batekh, does not see a way for the political blocs “other than to complete the dialogues with the formation of the government and the presidency of the republic,” in the event that “all solutions are exhausted and the Sadrist movement is not satisfied with participation,” because “continuing to disrupt the work of the state is not It is true and it should be addressed quickly,” he said.

The Al-Fateh Alliance believes that the political forces have no choice but to form a government if the Sadrist movement continues to boycott the
watermelon. In an interview with “Ultra Iraq”, he indicates that “everyone is awaiting the decision of the Federal Court regarding the appeal to dissolve the House of Representatives, and in the event that the case is dismissed – which is expected – this It means that the council will continue its work.”

The response to the parliament’s dissolution lawsuit also means that the House of Representatives should “quickly return to exercising its duties and resolve the constitutional merit by electing the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister and forming the government,” according to Al-Bateekh.

Representatives of the Coordination Framework have repeatedly affirmed that “the framework forces are ready to hold a parliamentary session, in which the nomination of a President of the Republic will be decided.”

Early is the solution

On the other hand, the Taqaddam party, led by Muhammad al-Halbousi, sees the need to leave the “dark rooms” and what is going on “behind the scenes” in the meetings of the political blocs.

The leader of the party, Akram Al-Assaf, said that “the early elections are the only solution after agreeing” on their details and duration. He also believes that the initiatives put forward by the Kurdish forces “carry provisions that lead to a solution.”

And about the ability of certain people or parties to influence the decision of the leader of the Sadrist movement and his refusal to boycott the sessions, Al-Assaf said in a television interview followed by “Ultra Iraq” that “no one can influence the decision of Al-Sadr but him.”

And the leader in the coordination framework, Ali Al-Fatlawi, previously revealed to “Ultra Iraq” that “Al-Halbousi was informed by us regarding the importance of having a real position regarding what is happening in Parliament.”