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Post by RamblerNash on Sat Jul 28, 2018 10:40 am

Two neighboring countries embrace mobility to form the Iraqi government

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The Iraqi capital Baghdad has been witnessing a wide political movement and intensive meetings between leaders and heads of blocs and government officials since Monday evening, coinciding with the return of US envoy to Iraq Brett McCork, as well as the extensive activity of the Iranian Embassy and the United Nations Mission in Baghdad.

In parallel, a closed meeting was held last Wednesday in the Jordanian capital of Amman, which included Sunni Arab leaders with the participation of Saudi Minister of State for Gulf Affairs Thamir al-Sbahan, describing it as "aimed at ending differences between the Sunni House leaders and agreeing on a certain personality for the post of speaker of parliament."

Sources revealed to the new Arab that "a large movement resumed in Baghdad after a clear chill in the past three weeks, was held through several meetings between Iraqi political leaders Shiite to discuss the file of political alliances, which is key to all of them is the prime minister and the personality to be assigned to the position.

These moves come before the end of the Electoral Commission of the counting and manual counting of stations contested integrity. While 15 of the 18 provinces have been completed, the remainder is expected to be completed within one week, while a judicial delegation has left to check polling stations in the countries where elections were held for displaced Iraqis.

The meetings have accelerated since last Monday with the return of the Iranian ambassador to Iraq, Erj Musjidi, to Baghdad coming from Tehran, along with the new personality that emerged recently as the leader of the Iranian image in Iraq. It is Karim Rezaei, an officer of the Revolutionary Guard and has a clear influence on the armed factions and the Dawa Party and political blocs Others in Iraq. It is believed that Rezai is one of the agents of the commander of the Quds Force in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Qassim Soleimani, the main in Iraq. After my return and my satisfaction, McCork arrived in Baghdad and began a series of meetings with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and Shiite political leaders in the country, in parallel with moves by UN envoy in Iraq Jan Kubic.

A senior leader in the Fatah alliance that "the current understandings focused on the preparation of a common understanding between the conquest and victory and the rule of law and between the two main Kurdish parties, in addition to the Sunni bloc to reach the largest bloc," noting that "another movement between Sawsun and wisdom and patriotism and a second Sunni bloc, In the same context, there is a US and Iranian involvement on both sides in a different way. "

He revealed the same leader that "has been put many names as candidates for a compromise for prime minister and the most prominent and most powerful is Mohammed Shiaa Sudanese, which is not reserved until now most of the political blocs, in addition to the National Security Advisor, the head of the popular crowd, Faleh Fayyad, but there is an American reservation As a close associate of the Iranian leader Ali Khamenei. " He described the leader of the fortunes of Abadi second term as "very weak", with the complete exclusion of both Nuri al-Maliki and Hadi al-Amiri for prime minister.

According to the same leader, "the current US escalation against Iran is linked to mobility within Baghdad, and the United States does not want a government on the scale of Iranian interests in Iraq, and US national security adviser John Bolton entered the line and strongly." He pointed out that "talking about the suspension of the Sadrists negotiations until the demands are met is absolutely incorrect, but they refuse any contact with the Americans, like the rest of the other blocs, and exploit the paper demonstrations to pressure others by threatening to go down the street with demonstrators and expand the area of ​​protests as occurred in 2016.

In Amman, a closed-door meeting was held at the Four Seasons Hotel, which included Sunni Arab leaders, notably Jamal Al-Karbouli, Mohammed Al-Karbouli, Saleh Al-Mutlaq, Ahmed Al-Jubouri, Khalid Al-Mafraji and Muthanna Al-Samarrai. The meeting was attended by Saudi Minister of State for Gulf Affairs Thamer Al-Sbahan, during which part of the participating forces signed a document of understandings that did not have the support of all leaders who participated in the meeting, according to senior sources in the "Decision Alliance". The sources said that "Saleh al-Mutlaq and others refused to sign any understandings, because of what they considered the corruption of some of those in reference to the leader of the Party of solution Gamal Karbouli and other leaders allied with him within what is known today in Iraq as the" Karbala alliance. "

A member of the negotiating committee for the list of wisdom led by Ammar al-Hakim said that "several scenarios began to seep out of the corridors of the Green Zone around the names of prime ministers and alliances, but what can be confirmed is that the next ten days will witness the birth of this bloc."

"The closest scenario is a sectarian quota government, like previous governments, Sunnis have a lot and the Shi'ites have a share and Kurds have their share, a defect that can not be brought to bear by Iraqi leaders alone, but Washington and Tehran sponsor such understandings." He described the major bloc and alliances as "hostage to the name of the new prime minister," revealing that "the two Kurdish parties made many requests, some of them related to Kirkuk and the return of Peshmerga to the disputed areas and the file of oil and gas for their alliance, and the camp of al-Maliki and al-Amiri are willing to concede many things in return for their acquisition On the big bloc and the defeat of Muqtada al-Sadr. "

For his part, said a member of the National Alliance, a close to Hadi Amiri, Amer Fayez said that "so far no formal or final agreement between any blocs in Iraq on the formation of the Great Bloc, still ongoing dialogues in this regard." He explained that "the reasons for the delay is delayed results of counting and sorting, and validation of the results in the past period, there are no serious negotiations to resolve the subject, all the blocks do not know how it will be after the announcement of the results," asserting that " The deputies talk about the existence of talks between the blocks, trying to reach agreements before resolving the results of counting and sorting.

The MP for the wisdom stream, Ali al-Badiri, that "there are political discussions between the parties on the agreement to form the next government and the naming of the Prime Minister, before the announcement of the results of counting and sorting by hand." He said that "delaying the announcement of the results deliberately until the completion of the agreement on the formation of the government, to prevent a new political crisis in the event of change results," noting that "the Electoral Commission has used a large number of staff, and can resolve the results within a few hours, but deliberately delay."

In turn, the leader of the rule of law, Jassem Mohammed Jaafar that "the movement in the south of Iraq is a pressure on everyone now," adding that "the issue of counting and sorting, also affected the negotiations and caused the suspension, and everyone is waiting for results." Did not rule out "the delay of the resolution of the Great Bloc to the first ten days of next month." He pointed out that "the data indicate the inability to form a government of a block or two or even three, but must be the participation of all to be a consensual government, although this type of government proved its failure."

Observers saw that "external interventions have become the main player in the formation of the Iraqi government, and pressure to delay." He said the analyst confident al-Hashemi, "The next phase will witness the formation of a government of national partnership, without any opposition, as happened to previous governments," stressing in press statements, "The presence of external compressor is pushing to postpone the formation of the government until the liquidation of some accounts."

He stressed that "the external player today is the master of the position in the equation of the formation of the Iraqi government and the selection of the three presidencies," pointing out that "the player's external tools are working strongly to achieve the ends of external parties affiliated with them, the party with Iran defends them, and the party with Saudi Arabia or Turkey is doing the same, causing the loss of national interest. "

It is noteworthy that the Electoral Commission did not set a date for the announcement of the results of the counting and hand counting of the results of the parliamentary elections, while officials accused them of procrastination to end this file in an attempt to gain time and wait for a political settlement.


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