After storming Parliament, will the formation of the Iraqi government be delayed?

After storming Parliament, will the formation of the Iraqi government be delayed?

And news circulated on Wednesday evening, about the imminent withdrawal of Al-Sudani from this candidacy, to contain Al-Sadr’s anger, but… "coordinating framework" He denied this, and announced his insistence on Al-Sudani’s candidacy and proceeding with the formation of the government.

Al-Sudani, who is a representative relatively accepted by various political circles, found himself in the midst of a major battle in which he is not a party, but rather pays the price of the historic clash between Muqtada al-Sadr and Nuri al-Maliki.

The forces of the framework insist on the Sudanese

Observers believe that Al-Sudani’s renouncing the candidacy may satisfy Al-Sadr, who is angry at the provocation "coordinating framework"who took advantage of his withdrawal from the political process, to monopolize the process of forming a government and ignore his vision or his demands.

However, the framework forces are still insisting on the nomination of Al-Sudani for this position, and they have not shown flexibility in the possibility of replacing him, which is entering the country in another critical stage, in which the formation of the government may be delayed for several months.

And even increased the strength of the frame of "provoke her" To Al-Sadr, by receiving the commander of the Quds Force in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Esmail Qaani. At a time when the Sadrist masses were storming the Iraqi parliament building, on the other side, the framework forces were holding a meeting with Qaani’s participation, which was considered an escalating step.

Rather, the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, went even further, when his media office published pictures of him carrying his weapon, accompanied by a number of his guards in the Green Zone, in reference to the possibility of confrontation, which political and popular circles saw as an explicit call for fighting.

The appearance of al-Maliki, armed, was remarkable and unusual, as he was accustomed to a uniform appearance, in formal clothes, but his carrying of arms and the mobilization of his personal protection shocked the Iraqi street, and suggested the willingness of politicians to enter into clashes between them.

Al-Maliki’s appearance comes days after the shocking leak of the latter, in which he talked about a number of files, and accused great leaders of various components of terrorism, working to spread chaos, and threatening social peace.

Another try

In the midst of these developments, the forces of "coordinating framework" To hold a new session of Parliament to elect the President of the Republic and assign the Prime Minister, in an effort to expedite the completion of the cabinet line-up to relieve Sadrist pressure.

The leader in the coordination framework, Aid Al-Hilali, said that: "There are efforts and political movement for the House of Representatives to hold a special session next Saturday dedicated to electing the new President of the Republic".

Al-Hilali added, in a press statement, that "The coordination framework works to expedite the formation of the new Iraqi government, and therefore does not want any obstacles in front of this movement, and the delay in resolving the election of the President of the Republic affects the entire process of forming the government.".

In light of the ongoing escalation and Sadrist pressure, keeping Al-Sudani and proceeding with the formation of the government seems difficult, which opens the door to multiple scenarios, such as preparing for new elections, keeping Al-Kazemi’s government for a longer period, or forcing the coordinating framework forces to change Al-Sudani, with a personal more acceptable.

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In turn, the political analyst, Imad Muhammad, sees "The coordinating framework forces’ reversal of the Sudanese candidacy is in order to contain the Sadrist anger, and to nominate a personality more acceptable to all, provided that it is independent and not from the leaders of the Shiite first line"indicating that "Al-Sadr conveyed his message that he rejects Al-Sudani’s candidacy".

Muhammad added, in a comment to"Sky News Arabia"that "Al-Sadr seeks, through these activities, to recover part of the political loss represented by his withdrawal from the consultations to form the government and the resignation of his deputies in Parliament, as well as keeping his masses mobilized, and removing the state of doubt and suspicion in them, which was generated after the decision to withdraw.".

The Sadrists’ preparations for next Saturday’s session began, by mobilizing on social media for new demonstrations, through the hashtag. "Isn’t Saturday near?" Which a number of leaders of the movement interacted with, indicating the existence of a plan to launch other demonstrations, in conjunction with the session scheduled for the election of the President of the Republic.

Kurdish political forces are still negotiating this position, amid expectations that two candidates (Barham Salih from the Patriotic Union Party, and Riber Ahmed from the Kurdistan Democratic Party) will enter the session, with the choice being left to parliament members.

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Thousands of Sadr’s followers entered the heavily fortified Green Zone in the center of the capital, Baghdad, where they chanted slogans in support of him and against the forces of the “coordination framework” backed by Iran, before al-Sadr called on his supporters to withdraw, saying in a tweet on Twitter: “Your message has arrived.” Beloved, you have terrified the corrupt, pray two rak’ahs and return to your homes safely.”

The Sadrist movement came in protest against the nomination of the “coordinating framework” forces, Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani, for the position of prime minister, a race leader in the Dawa Party led by Nuri al-Maliki, the traditional rival of al-Sadr.

And news circulated on Wednesday evening, that Al-Sudani would withdraw from this candidacy, to contain the Sadrist anger, but the “coordinating framework” denied this, and announced its insistence on Al-Sudani’s candidacy, and to proceed with the path of forming the government.

Al-Sudani, who is a representative relatively accepted by various political circles, found himself in the midst of a major battle in which he is not a party, but rather pays the price of the historic clash between Muqtada al-Sadr and Nuri al-Maliki.

The forces of the framework insist on the Sudanese

Observers believe that Al-Sudani’s reluctance to run may satisfy Al-Sadr, who is angry at the provocation of the “coordinating framework”, which took advantage of his withdrawal from the political process, to monopolize the process of forming a government and ignore his vision or demands.

However, the framework forces are still insisting on the nomination of Al-Sudani for this position, and they have not shown flexibility in the possibility of replacing him, which is entering the country in another critical stage, in which the formation of the government may be delayed for several months.

The forces of the framework even increased their “provocation” of Al-Sadr, by receiving the commander of the Quds Force in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Ismail Qaani. At a time when the Sadrist masses were storming the Iraqi parliament building, on the other side, the framework forces were holding a meeting with Qaani’s participation, which was considered an escalating step.

Rather, the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, went even further, when his media office published pictures of him carrying his weapon, accompanied by a number of his guards in the Green Zone, in reference to the possibility of confrontation, which political and popular circles saw as an explicit call for fighting.

The appearance of al-Maliki, armed, was remarkable and unusual, as he was accustomed to a uniform appearance, in formal clothes, but his carrying of arms and the mobilization of his personal protection shocked the Iraqi street, and suggested the willingness of politicians to enter into clashes between them.

Al-Maliki’s appearance comes days after the shocking leak of the latter, in which he talked about a number of files, and accused great leaders of various components of terrorism, working to spread chaos, and threatening social peace.

Another try

In the midst of these developments, the “Coordination Framework” forces are seeking to hold a new session of Parliament to elect the President of the Republic and assign the Prime Minister, in an effort to expedite the completion of the cabinet line-up to relieve Sadrist pressure.

The leader in the coordination framework, Aid Al-Hilali, said that “there are efforts and a political movement for the House of Representatives to hold a special session next Saturday dedicated to electing the new president of the republic.”

Al-Hilali added, in a press statement, that “the coordinating framework is working to expedite the formation of the new Iraqi government, and for this he does not want any obstacles to this movement, and the delay in resolving the election of the President of the Republic affects the entire process of forming the government.”

In light of the ongoing escalation and Sadrist pressure, keeping Al-Sudani and proceeding with the formation of the government seems difficult, which opens the door to multiple scenarios, such as preparing for new elections, keeping Al-Kazemi’s government for a longer period, or forcing the coordinating framework forces to change Al-Sudani, with a personal more acceptable.

Abandoning the Sudanese “Ward”

In turn, the political analyst, Imad Muhammad, believes that “the reversal of the coordination framework forces from the nomination of the Sudanese is possible to contain the Sadrist anger, and to nominate a personality more acceptable to all, provided that it is independent and not from the leaders of the Shiite first line,” noting that “Al-Sadr conveyed his message that he rejected Sudan’s nomination.

Muhammad added, in a comment to “Sky News Arabia”, that “Al-Sadr seeks, through these activities, to recover part of the political loss represented by his withdrawal from the consultations to form the government and the resignation of his deputies in Parliament, as well as keeping his masses on alert, and removing the state of doubt and suspicion in them, which born after the decision to withdraw.

The Sadrists’ preparations for next Saturday’s session began, by mobilizing on social media for new demonstrations, through the hashtag “isn’t Saturday near”, with which a number of leaders of the movement interacted, indicating the existence of a plan to launch other demonstrations, in conjunction with the session scheduled to elect the president of the republic.

Kurdish political forces are still negotiating this position, amid expectations that two candidates (Barham Salih from the Patriotic Union Party, and Riber Ahmed from the Kurdistan Democratic Party) will enter the session, with the choice being left to parliament members.


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