The coordinating framework informs Al-Sadr of his refusal to renew Al-Kazemi’s rule

politicsIraqMuqtada al-SadrMustafa Al-KazemiShiite Coordination FrameworkFormation of the Iraqi government 2021-10-31 16:04A-AA+

Shafaq News / The coordination framework of the Shiite forces informed, on Sunday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, his refusal to renew the second term of the outgoing Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.

The source told Shafaq News Agency, “The envoy from the coordination framework sent a message to the negotiating delegation of the Sadrist movement, its content is that the leaders of the Shiite blocs agreed in a previous meeting that the prime minister in the next stage would be consensual and from within the Shiite house and that he would be chosen according to the supreme interest of Iraq.” With everyone’s consent.”

The source added, “There is agreement and consensus within the coordination framework to reject, grant and renew the second term of the outgoing Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.”

The coordinating framework urged, according to the source, the Sadrist movement to “sit down to a dialogue table with the Shiite blocs represented by the coordinating framework in order to agree on choosing a suitable person for the prime ministership in the next stage.”

On Sunday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, announced his intention to form a national majority government, while indicating that he had no disagreement with other political blocs, except for “the issue of internal and external reform.”

The Sadrist bloc, led by Muqtada al-Sadr, had confirmed earlier on Sunday that its political vision had changed from the previous one and would not accept quotas and power-sharing this time.

The Sadrist bloc, headed by al-Sadr, topped the results of the Iraqi legislative elections that took place on October 10, with 73 parliamentary seats, according to the preliminary announcement of the results by the Electoral Commission.

It is noteworthy that well-known political parties have declared their fear of forming a Sadrist government, for fear of al-Sadr’s direct intervention in its administration, as well as their fear of arranging a specific order to reopen corruption files and the consequences that follow.

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