The Sadrist movement reveals a new law that will be presented in the Iraqi parliament after the Eid holiday
The Sadrist movement’s representative, Rasoul Abdul-Jabbar Al-Halfi, revealed today, Thursday, that the first session of Parliament will witness the first reading of the draft law criminalizing normalization.
Al-Halfi said, “Parliament will complete the members of its committees, and this file will be completed for the purpose of enacting laws.”
He added, “The most important bills that the Sadrist movement is pushing to pass is the law criminalizing normalization with the Zionist entity.”
He pointed out that “the draft law will be presented in the first session after the blessed Eid Al-Fitr holiday, after which it will be voted upon.” link
Analysis .. Getting out of the political blockage will be in the hands of these people! – Urgent
An expert in Iraqi political affairs, Adnan Al-Sarraj, revealed today, Friday, the parties that are able to get the political process out of the state of blockage that Iraq has been going through for .months
Al-Sarraj told (Baghdad Today), that “independent deputies and independent bodies will have an important and key role to bring the political process out of the state of blockage that Iraq has been going through for months, especially since not accepting unilateralism is an important step towards resolving the political crisis and getting out of the state of political blockage that Iraq .lives
The expert in Iraqi political affairs warned that “isolation will lead to chaos and delay in forming the government will lead to more disagreements, economic bottlenecks and security breaches, and for this the solution to the crisis will be through the agreement of all, independent representatives and independent bodies, and they will have an important and key role to end the . “.political blockage in the coming days link
Iran “takes a rabbit out of the hat” and is an independent candidate to rule Iraq
Surprisingly, the Shiite “coordinating framework” proposed the idea of handing over the prime ministership, the first executive position in Iraq, to an independent figure, through an initiative that includes 9 proposals and 9 pledges, which reflects the successive decline in Iran’s control of the elements of the power equation in Iraq. But it also refers to the crux of the confrontation between the two ideas of Iran’s allies and the “triple alliance.”
The Shiite coordination framework includes the armed parties and factions loyal to Iran, which have been engaged in a confrontation for the past six months to curb the tripartite alliance project “Save the Homeland” led by the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr, the Kurdistan Democratic Party led by Massoud Barzani, and the “Progress” party headed by Muhammad al-Halbousi, which is aligned with the party. The other Sunni “Azm” headed by Khamis al-Khanjar.
After the demonstrations against the government of Haider al-Abadi in 2016, and then during the formation of the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi (2018), the forces that currently constitute the “coordinating framework” mocked the demonstrators’ demand to hand over some service ministries to independent “technocrats”, and stop influencing the ministers. Budget looting. The powerful forces, especially those loyal to Iran, used to talk about their “political entitlements” and that handing over positions of money and influence to independents was considered an imaginary demand.
After the collapse of their seats in the last elections in the fall of 2021, the intransigence of these forces reached the point of threatening a “Shiite-Shiite war” if a government was formed that did not conform to the mood of the Iranian camp.
The factions have already repeated displaying their weapons in the streets of the capital several times.
But the tone decreased, after the factions discovered the difficulty of finding many Iraqis willing to fight in the alleged Shiite war, in order for Qais al-Khazali to continue residing in his palace in the center of the capital, or for the eyes of the head of the “Popular Mobilization Authority” around which for years there have been suspicions of concealing tons of dues. Fighters on the fronts, in the interest of financing factional activities.
It took Iranian loyalists longer than usual for those with normal IQ levels to come to terms with the fact that a major change had already taken place within Iraqi society after the October 2019 protests. To crown this belated attention, the parties that refused to concede a few ministries to the The independents in 2016, offering the entire presidency of the government to the independent in 2022.
The focus of the “real” dispute between the framework and the tripartite
It is certainly not a confrontation between good and evil, nor integrity and corruption, not even independence and dependency, but it is precisely a conflict in depth between two dangerous ideas.
Iran’s allies say that the name of the Iraqi prime minister should be born exclusively from within the consensus of the Shiite blocs, although the term “Shiite blocs” is floating, and cannot be clearly defined. But they ran independently, rebelling against the Shiite blocs, as well as more than 73 “Shiite” deputies in the Sadrist bloc, who together with their Shiite allies, make up more than 100 deputies, out of 329, but the “framework” forces say that this assembly is still not qualified. “Shiite” to take the decision to nominate the Prime Minister.
In other words, the “framework” says that the “real” Shiite decision is the one that comes from Iran’s allies in particular, while the other Shiites are “not Shiite enough,” and that “the Shiite who does not identify completely with Tehran, may be an Emirati Saudi Shiite.” , or a follower of the American embassy, or even a Zionist,” as in the accusation made by Qais Khazali, to 4 combat teams linked to Ali al-Sistani’s authority, the “Popular Mobilization Authority” left and announced its association with the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces.
As for the trend against the way of life imposed by Iran’s factions on Iraq, it asks whether these factions originally express the aspirations of Iraqi Shiites, before delving into the extent of their eligibility to issue certificates of “Shiite good faith.”
The “Waliies” also view the maps of the countries of the region as a colonial heritage that must be dissolved in the map of a major Shiite Islamic nation headed by Khamenei. This idea is borrowed Shiites from extremist Sunni organizations, such as the “Muslim Brotherhood” and the “ISIS” organization, which celebrated in 2014. In a visual version called “Breaking the Borders”, the organization’s elements destroy the border signs between Iraq and Syria.
Based on this, the third paragraph of the recent “framework” initiative says that “the nomination of the prime minister is the exclusive right of the Shiite blocs,” whatever their sizes.
The translation of this on the ground is that an Iraqi party that won one seat, such as the Kata’ib Hezbollah faction or the Virtue Party, has the right to participate in the nomination of the Prime Minister of Iraq, while another party that won fifty seats does not have the right to participate in the decision. Dam is not a “Shiite party”.
In line with the idea of the “Shiite right”, the “Framework” initiative consolidates the rest of the “components’ rights” when it speaks that the position of the President of the Republic must be subject to the consensus of the Kurdish parties, and that the position of Parliament Speaker must be born out of Sunni consensus.
The competition for gains may be one of the aspects of the struggle between the “Tyreen” and the “Triple Alliance”, but what makes this conflict a popular concern is that it comes after a long struggle against the transformation of the three presidencies into sectarian fiefdoms that were settled in advance.
Iran’s allies want all Iraqi Shiites of all political tendencies to be included in a forced alliance in the name of the “biggest component”, and for the factions that shed blood and rained missiles on Baghdad, with other representatives, the factions’ bullets were raining down on their heads, and that everyone smiles at a group picture titled “Shiites’ representatives.” .
Tehran confiscates the right of Iraqi Shiites to political difference and diversity, and openness to similar partners from other Iraqi components, and the Iranian armed faction wants to force a component of more than twenty million people to line up in the morning and chant the slogan under the banners of 40 armed factions, led by a few wanted for the judiciary, and a few classified on lists Corruption, terrorism and crimes against humanity.
Supporters of the “triple alliance” say that the Iraqis’ conviction to participate in the elections is dying, with the turnout rate in the last poll reaching only 20 percent, and that the main reason for the reluctance and boycott is the pre-determining of key positions, dividing them in advance between 3 components, and the lack of possibility of creating Any breach through the ballot, so the experience of the “trio” in building a cross-sectarian government coalition appears to be one of the last attempts to salvage Iraqis’ faith in the feasibility of the political process and elections.
Tanks, silencers and drones in front of an idea
A leader in the “frame” says that he must be involved in the government, the factions have tanks, machine guns, and drones, and the framework cannot be pushed to the opposition, and the factions often boast about the level of their Iranian equipment and funding, but this arsenal seems useless. In front of the idea of smashing sectarian homes, and producing a new ruling equation.
What Iran’s allies say in their latest initiative belongs to the most backward forms of government. The elections, according to the initiative, will be mere referendums within the components, on the redistribution of sizes between the forces of each component, and on the other hand, they represent a prelude to the political fragmentation of the country, coinciding with attempts at social fragmentation. Iranian platforms in Iraq lead him to the goal of ending the idea of Iraq, and analyzing it into its “primary elements”, among a group of neighboring powers, in the manner of the “Eastern Question”.
The leaders of the armed factions say that they are ready to sacrifice their ministerial shares, and they offer temptations to al-Sadr, by giving him all the Shiite ministries, on the condition that he withdraw from the “triple alliance” and return to the “Shiite House of Obedience” in naming the prime ministerial candidate, and not to his partners in the cross-sectarian alliance.
What is worth stopping at Iran’s allies’ offer to hand over the government of Iraq to an independent candidate is not the extent of the sincerity of this initiative. Various circles considered it a “maneuver” to escape forward and gain time in the face of the “troika”, especially since the forces close to Iran are known for this type. of clever maneuvers.
But the most important thing is the Iranian camp’s rushing from the point of holding on to a minister here or a director there, to the willingness to sacrifice everything in order to abort the idea of a cross-component alliance, despite all the ills that accompany the “Save the Homeland” alliance.
Since the framework announced its initiative, the necks of some deputies close to Iran, who ran individually, outside the party lists, but the Iraqi public opinion has been busy since Wednesday morning, excavating and exposing the links between the “alleged independents” and the factions, in a preemptive reaction to any attempt to pass a “Trojan” “. link
Source: Dinar Recaps
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