the Sadr Alliance reveals “positive” trends of Kurds and Sunnis: the nucleus is the largest bloc

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The leader of the Alliance and the Secretary of the Communist Party Raed Fahmi on Saturday signs “positive from the Kurds and Sunnis to ally with the” nucleus “of the largest bloc to form the next Iraqi government.

“There is real and tangible progress towards forming the largest bloc,” he told Ashqaf News. “The next few days may be better.”

He pointed out that “the positive signs of the leaders of the year and the Kurds,” and continued to say that “the nucleus that emerged from the meeting of the Hotel Babylon is the largest mass so far.”

The blocs, “Saron” supported by the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, and the coalition of “victory” led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, and “wisdom” led by Ammar al-Hakim, and “national” led by Vice President Iyad Allawi announced on Sunday, The formation of what they called the nucleus of the largest bloc in the Iraqi parliament.

Sadr and Abadi represent the first axis of the Shiite blocs winning in the elections that took place in May, while the second axis consists of the alliance, “the conquest,” which includes factions of the popular political crowd led by Secretary General of the Badr Organization Hadi Amiri, and a coalition of state law led by Vice President Nuri al-Maliki.

It is noteworthy that both axes are competing for the naming of the largest bloc and the formation of the next federal government through an alliance with the two main parties in the Kurdistan Region, namely the Kurdistan Democratic Party, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, and “National Axis” which includes most of the Sunni winners of the elections.

The powers need 165 seats, out of a total of 329, to form the largest bloc to be entrusted with the formation of the next government.


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