Al-Kazemi’s change efforts... the gateway to the solution or a maneuver for Iran’s allies?

Al-Kazemi’s change efforts… the gateway to the solution or a maneuver for Iran’s allies?

The politician, who declined to be named, added that "The framework forces will ask Al-Sudani to withdraw his candidacy, to avoid embarrassing them in the event that they announce the reversal of his candidacy, as well as to avoid embarrassing him personally."indicating that "There was talk about the necessity of changing the current government and its head, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, within the transitional path".

Observers believe that the forces of the framework "revenge" With the current Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, due to his incompatibility with the practices of the armed factions, their desire to impose their control over the reins of power in the country, and his implicit opposition to Iran’s policy, as he is a pragmatic figure, who managed to achieve successes at the diplomatic level, by restoring closely relations between Iraq and its Arab surroundings, which angered the pro-Tehran groups.

The expert on Iraqi affairs, and the academic Ghaleb Al-Daami, said that: "Al-Kazemi’s change may complicate the political scene, in terms of the lack of confidence of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, in the coordinating framework. Regarding holding early elections, it will achieve Al-Sadr’s goal"indicating that "The coordinating framework does not want Al-Kazemi, because they believe in his existence that they do not get electoral votes (for the absence of fraud)". According to him.

Al-Daami added in an interview with"Sky News Arabia" that "The coordinating framework has relinquished its previous visions, such as the nomination of Al-Sudani, and is now seeking to satisfy Al-Sadr, and he agrees to dissolve parliament and re-election, especially since this waiver does not necessarily mean losses for the framework, but it comes in the interest of the country, and to avoid the risks facing everyone.".

He pointed out that "The current may be satisfied with a reliable and moderate figure to form an interim government, prepare for early elections, and smooth things out, especially since the large parties agree to this scenario, as the Kurds and Sunnis did not mind, and perhaps they have some possible conditions".

And I found strong "coordinating framework" It is itself in the midst of Sadrist protests, which cannot be dealt with, as well as political moves that al-Sadr took, such as his desire to re-run the elections, after the current parliament, steps that these parties did not expect, despite their talk about the presence of veteran politicians in their ranks.

And if those forces want to change Al-Kazemi, they will face a difficult challenge, which is the Kurdish parties’ agreement on a candidate for the presidency, to vote on, and then assign the new prime minister, who must be accepted by Al-Sadr, and local as well as international public opinion.

In the event of no nomination "coordinating framework" For an acceptable and reliable personality, the option to keep Al-Kazemi will be present, especially since the coming period is transitional, in addition to the fact that the current government has experience that has been considered successful in managing the situation during the past two years, such as holding early elections, opening several complex files, such as fighting corruption, and strengthening foreign relations. diversifying sources of income and launching a series of economic reforms.

For his part, the political analyst, Imad Muhammad, sees "The issue in Iraq is not related to Al-Kazemi’s survival or not. Rather, the issue is mainly related to the lost trust between the political parties, and their accusation to some of them of causing the current conditions, as well as the rift that occurred between the Shiite forces on the one hand, and the Sadrist movement on the other, and this is perhaps for the first time. Things to this level"indicating that "It is clear from Al-Sadr’s signals that he prefers Al-Kazemi to remain, for several considerations, until the new elections are held, if agreed upon".

Muhammad sees in an interview with"Sky News Arabia" that "The coordinating framework is in an unenviable situation. In addition to the blows he received from al-Sadr, he is now entering a new battle to change Al-Kazemi, which is not an easy task, as some parties within the coordinating framework prefer Al-Kazemi, and they authorized his assignment to form the government in the beginning, what This means that his desire may not be an entry point for a solution, but rather raises differences again".

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Since last Saturday, thousands of al-Sadr’s supporters have staged a sit-in in the Iraqi parliament, in response to the call of their leader, who recently demanded the dissolution of the Iraqi parliament and the re-run of early elections, a call that received a wide response from various political circles.

A politician within the “coordinating framework” told “Sky News Arabia” that “it was agreed during the meeting held by the coordination framework, a few days ago, to replace the candidate, Muhammad Shia’a al-Sudani, with another, more acceptable figure, with the aim of absorbing the anger of al-Sadr and his supporters, provided that a personal others, in the coming days.

The politician, who refused to reveal his name, added, “The framework forces will ask Al-Sudani to withdraw his candidacy, to avoid embarrassing them in the event that they announce the reversal of his candidacy, as well as to avoid embarrassing him personally,” noting that “there was talk about the need to change the current government and its head, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, within the transition path.

Observers believe that the framework forces have a “revenge” with the current prime minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, on the grounds of his incompatibility with the practices of the armed factions, their desire to impose their control over the reins of government in the country, and his implicit opposition to Iran’s policy, as he is a pragmatic personality, who has been able to achieve successes at the level The diplomat, by restoring close relations between Iraq and its Arab surroundings, angered groups loyal to Tehran.

An expert on Iraqi affairs, and academic Ghaleb al-Damamy, said, “Al-Kazemi’s change may complicate the political scene, in terms of the lack of confidence of the Sadrist movement’s leader, Muqtada al-Sadr, in the coordinating framework. Al-Kazemi’s survival, with his being granted new powers by Parliament, regarding holding early elections, will achieve Al-Sadr’s goal,” noting that “the coordinating framework does not want Al-Kazemi, because they believe in his existence that they do not get electoral votes (for the absence of fraud).” According to him.

Al-Damamy added in an interview with “Sky News Arabia” that “the coordinating framework has relinquished its previous visions, such as the nomination of Al-Sudani, and is now seeking to satisfy al-Sadr, and he is agreeing to dissolve parliament and re-election, especially since this waiver does not necessarily mean losses for the framework, but it comes in the interest of the country, and to avoid the dangers facing everyone.

He pointed out that “the current may be satisfied with a reliable and moderate figure to form an interim government, prepare for early elections, and smooth things out, especially since the large parties agree to this scenario, as the Kurds and Sunnis did not mind, and perhaps they have some possible requirements.”

The forces of the “coordinating framework” found themselves in the midst of Sadrist protests, which could not be dealt with, as well as political moves by al-Sadr, such as his desire to re-run the elections, after the current parliament, steps that these parties did not expect, despite their talk about the presence of veteran politicians in their ranks. .

And if those forces want to change Al-Kazemi, they will face a difficult challenge, which is the Kurdish parties’ agreement on a candidate for the presidency, to vote on, and then assign the new prime minister, who must be accepted by Al-Sadr, and local as well as international public opinion.

In the event that the “coordinating framework” does not nominate an acceptable and reliable figure, the option to keep Al-Kazemi will be present, especially since the coming period is transitional, in addition to the fact that the current government has experience that was considered successful in managing the situation during the past two years, such as holding early elections, and opening several files. It is complex, such as fighting corruption, strengthening foreign relations, diversifying sources of income, and launching a series of economic reforms.

For his part, the political analyst, Imad Muhammad, believes that “the issue in Iraq is not related to Al-Kazemi’s survival or not, but rather the issue is mainly related to the lost trust between the political parties, and their accusation to some of them of causing the current conditions, as well as the rift that occurred between the Shiite forces on the one hand, and the current Al-Sadr, on the other hand, and this is perhaps for the first time, matters have reached this level,” noting that “it is clear from Al-Sadr’s signals, that he prefers Al-Kazemi to stay, for several considerations, until the new elections are held if agreed upon.”

And Muhammad believes in an interview with “Sky News Arabia” that “the coordinating framework is in an unenviable position, in addition to the blows it received from al-Sadr, it is now entering into a new battle to change Al-Kazemi, which is not an easy task, as some parties within the coordinating framework, Al-Kazemi prefers, and she authorized his assignment to form the government in the beginning, which means that his desire may not be an entry point for a solution, but rather raises differences again.


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