Yesterday, the Sadrist Movement rejected the results of the day before yesterday’s National Dialogue meeting called for by Acting Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kazemi, noting that it does not meet the demands of the Iraqi people, and pointed out that this has only led to some points that are not getting fat and are not sing out of hunger, and after the boycott of the Iraqi dialogue session. In order to get out of the political crisis in which the country has been mired for several months, the Sadrist movement declared its rejection of its results, believing that it does not concern it and will not bring any benefit to the Iraqi people, in his expression, and the face of Saleh Muhammad al-Iraqi, known locally and in the media as “Minister al-Sadr”, scathingly criticizing this session in a tweet via his Twitter account yesterday.
He called on the political forces to host a live public dialogue session to be presented to the Iraqi people to “fill the empty chair.”
And he considered that the session, which was accepted by the Prime Minister “with gratitude”, led only to some points, which, according to him, do not grow fat and do not sing from hunger, since he saw that it did not include any – either items relating to the people or responding to their aspirations, emphasizing that most of the political parties present did not do so. She is only interested in holding her own, and he accused the political parties of seeking to control the fate of the people who refused their presence and of rigging elections to make them fit.
5 recommendations for developing a roadmap and overcoming the crisis
The Iraqi political forces, after a meeting convened by Acting Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kazemi, emphasized the priority of national interests and dialogue to resolve the political crisis after tensions between currents associated with the coordination framework and the Sadrist movement recently, and according to a statement by the Prime Minister Minister, following a meeting attended by the Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General in Iraq, Jeanine Plasshart, the meeting produced five recommendations in which they agreed on their “commitment to national principles, seeking solutions to all crises through dialogue, and adopting a spirit of brotherhood and synergy to preserve the unity of Iraq, the security and stability of its people, and the continuity of the constitutional democratic system that everyone calls for. “The emphasis on the priority of the highest national interests and the manifestation of the spirit of solidarity among the people of one nation; To overcome the current political crisis.” According to the statement, conference attendees pointed out that the recourse to ballot boxes through early elections is not an exceptional event in the history of democratic experience when political crises come to a standstill, and that national political forces dominate constitutional tracks in elections as well. The conference participants called on the brothers from the Sadrist movement to participate in the national dialogue, to create mechanisms for a comprehensive solution to serve the aspirations of the Iraqi people and achieve their goals. also agreed to continue the national dialogue; In order to develop a legal and constitutional roadmap to overcome the current crisis, the statement concludes with a call to “cease all forms of field, media or political escalation by emphasizing the need to protect state institutions and return to calm discussions away from provocations. and provocations that would provoke a rebellion, and 10 months after the legislative elections, the political forces still cannot agree on the election of a new President of the Republic and the formation of a new government.
Supporters of al-Sadr have been holding a sit-in in the courtyards of the Iraqi parliament since July 30, while supporters of the coordinating mechanism began a counter-sit-in near the walls of the Green Zone five days ago. coordinating structure, especially the Fatah parliamentary bloc, representing the pro-Iranian factions of the Popular Mobilization, and the bloc of former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, Sadr’s historical opponent.