The Kurdistan Democratic Party confirms the cohesion of the tripartite alliance

04/18/2022 12:01

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Baghdad / Obelisk: The representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Mahma Khalil Ali Agha, confirmed on Monday, April 18, 2022, the cohesion of the “triple alliance”, while the formation of the new government is expected at the end of next May.

Ali Agha said in a statement followed by the obelisk, “The birth of the Triple Alliance (the National Salvation), is as an electoral entitlement, as this alliance will not be against anyone, but rather to save Iraq from the situation it has reached.”

He added, “This alliance is more coherent than ever, as it is communicating with the blocs to get Iraq out of the political blockage, and it is continuing to form a professional service government based on integrity and efficiency, at the end of the fifth month.”

He pointed out, “The influential leaders of the coalition are continuing to achieve the rights and demands of the Iraqi street as well as its national entitlements according to the circumstances and the data of the stage, preserving the unity and sovereignty of Iraq, and fighting corruption and terrorism, for its absolute belief that they are two sides of the same coin, as well as strengthening federal institutions, securing the return of the displaced and granting them their rights.” The legal constitutionalism lost materially and morally, and the security of their devastated areas.”

The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, seeks, through the tripartite alliance, to form a national majority government, while stressing the exclusion of the “State of Law” coalition led by al-Maliki, but the rest of the Shiite forces within the “coordinating framework” reject this and demand a consensual government in which all political forces in Parliament participate. Similar to previous courses.

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