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Makgork and Sulaimani in Baghdad ... a race to hasten the resolution of alliances

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Post by RamblerNash on Sat Aug 18, 2018 10:50 am

Makgork and Sulaimani in Baghdad ... a race to hasten the resolution of alliances

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18-08-2018 04:01 PM

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The past hours in Baghdad seemed like a race between US and Iranian envoys, Brit McGrawk and Qasim Soleimani, to get the biggest gains possible within the game of forming a new Iraqi government. This came at a time when the elections and the foundations of the peaceful transfer of power in Iraq seemed nothing more than a cover, because the scenario of 2010 is repeated this time, not with Iyad Allawi, but with the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, , Trying to correct it by making concessions to several parties, in order to prevent the nail of the other Shiite camp close to Iran, or what has become called in these days in Iraq 'Shiite right' of Nuri al-Maliki and Hadi al-Amiri and Qais Khazali and other Shiite leaders known to be close to Iran, The largest mass.

In this context, said a senior leader of the Sadrist movement in a press statement that Sulaimani arrived in Iraq and joined the rest of the members of the Iranian delegation, and the Iranian embassy has become a room for the formation of the next government, indicating that efforts during the past hours targeted the victory bloc led by Haider Abadi, And to withdraw as many of its members as possible into the Iranian-backed al-Maliki camp. "We are in close contact with the Iraqi Communist Party. But for the Abbadi bloc, I do not think it will stand, and there is information that it may collapse at any time. And the Virtue Party and the movement of tender led by Faleh al-Fayadh, the head of the popular mobilization, may separate from Abadi, which will turn it into a simple bloc that retreats from the third to the seventh in the best case. "He stressed that the current Iranian efforts aimed at restructuring the Shiite house again, So far our decision is to reject the return of sectarian political blocs again '

For his part, the governor of Zamili, Chairman of the Security and Defense Committee in the former parliament and a close to Muqtada al-Sadr that 'there are clear divisions between the blocs on the formation of the Great Bloc, and so far there are two main axes are (axis, Law). Both axes are trying to be the big block in a clear undeniable race. '

He added: 'According to the vision of the Iraqi street, the closest alliance is the national, wisdom and patriotism, and it is also capable of solving the current problems in all of Iraq.' He warned that 'there is a real solution and a radical solution to salvation, '. He stressed that 'no one can marginalize or exclude an alliance coming from the political map or the formation of the new government'.

The US envoy to Iraq, Brett McGurk, held a series of meetings with various Sunni, Shiite and Kurdish leaders during the past few hours, in conjunction with meetings and meetings of the leader of the Quds Force, Qassem Soleimani, in Baghdad. "The Americans and the Iranians have been in Baghdad since last Wednesday night and are rushing to resolve the alliances," said Fadel al-Obeidi, a member of the Sason coalition. "In the end, there will be no government unless there is agreement between the two parties in the Iraqi file specifically. There will be no victor among them, like the 2014 government, which ended with Haidar al-Abadi, a figure who was not on the list of deputy ministers, Then '.

Most Iraqi Sunni Arab forces ended their differences by agreeing on a unified bloc approaching 60 seats, excluding several blocks of the same component, preferring to stay with Allawi and Abadi's list, such as 'Aabron' led by Qassim al-Fahdawi, or 'Birq al-Khayr' led by Khaled al-Obeidi, 'Led by Saleh al-Mutlaq.

A member of the new alliance 'National Axis', Mohammed al-Dulaimi said that 'the coalition is representative of the affected provinces in northern Iraq and West', in reference to the Sunni Arab component. He pointed out that 'the coalition has a program and demands are to be determined with who will vote from the Shiite party in order to form a government'. "We are waiting for others now," he concluded.

The differences are still dominant in the Kurdish blocs, which so far have failed to reunite their ranks to go to Baghdad with one delegation to resolve political alliances with one of the camps there, or even prepare a paper or a unified political program For the Kurds. At a time when some parties are trying to restructure the Kurdistan Alliance again, another believes that this is impossible in light of the great division within the Kurdish House.

A senior leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan that 'the last form a special delegation to discuss and understanding with all Kurdish parties, including change and the Islamic Group to reorganize the Kurdish House, and the formation of the Kurdistan Alliance again within the Iraqi parliament.' He stressed that 'the delegation seeks to persuade the parties to form an alliance within the parliament, while keeping problems and differences within the region and not export to Baghdad, for the purpose of entering a unified decision for all Kurds on issues relating to the region in the government and parliament.' He stressed that 'the name of the President of the Republic has not been resolved so far, there are differences about who will be the candidate and any party'.

For his part, said MP from the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Majid Shankali that there is almost agreement between us and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, to form a coalition and go to a unified delegation to Baghdad, indicating that this will be after the ratification of the Federal Court on the results of the elections.

He stressed that 'the door left open to the other Kurdish political blocs, and there are positive signs from some Kurdish political blocs, on joining this alliance, after the final ratification of the election results, to preserve the rights and gains of the people of Kurdistan and take responsibility.' The Kurdish opposition parties spoke of a great division between the Kurdish parties, excluding an agreement to restore the Kurdistan Alliance.

"There is no Kurdistan Alliance, there are no consensuses between the Kurdish parties, there is a strong division between the leading Kurdish parties," said MP Adel Nuri. "There are six Kurdish opposition parties, The whole election, and provided thousands of evidence and evidence of fraud, and there are two parties accused of fraud (in reference to the parties Jalal Talabani and Massoud Barzani).

He stressed that 'even these two parties have not yet agreed on how to go to Baghdad and participate in any alliance of alliances', pointing out that' all doors are open now, but there is great resentment and annoyance by the citizen of Kurdistan, as well as the Iraqi citizen, , And there is no reassurance, and there is no confidence in these elections nor in their results, nor in these conflicts that undermine the entire electoral process'.

The movement of the new generation, in Sulaimaniyah, announced its intention to participate in any delegation with the two main Kurdish parties, to go to Baghdad to participate in the talks to form the next government. "He said his movement will not hold any alliances with the Patriotic Union and the Kurdistan Democratic Party," but he stressed that they are 'ready to agree with the four opposition parties in the region, but on terms'. He added that 'mobility of the new generation is ready to agree with the four opposition parties in the provinces of Kurdistan, but provided that these parties do not receive material support from the National Union and the Democratic Party and do not make any alliances with them'.


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