Al-Sadr demands the dissolution of Parliament and the holding of early elections: The old faces do not exist anymore democratically

politicsbreakingMuqtada al-Sadr

 2022-08-03 12:32A-AA+

Shafaq News/ The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, demanded, on Wednesday, the dissolution of the current parliament and the holding of early elections, which he said he had not yet decided whether to run or not.Al-Sadr said in a speech, which was followed by Shafak News Agency, that “what is happening is not a power struggle as they are promoting, because whoever wants power does not withdraw 73 deputies from Parliament, my previous return came to enact a necessary law against normalization.”Al-Sadr called for early elections to be held after the current parliament was dissolved, but he said he had not decided whether or not to run for them.He added that “the malicious lawsuits obstructed the formation of the majority government.”With regard to the dialogue initiatives put forward by the various political blocs, Al-Sadr said, “There is no point in having dialogue with them. Dialogue with them has been tried and tested, and nothing will befall the country but ruin and dependence,” referring to the forces of the coordinating framework.He pointed out that “reform does not come without sacrifice, and that he is fully prepared to be martyred for the sake of reform.”Al-Sadr added, “The revolution began as a Sadrist, and they are part of the people, and that revolution will not exclude the corrupt from the Sadrist movement.”He added, “I have never and will never be satisfied with bloodshed, and I will never start with that, and if they do that, reform comes with blood.”He addressed the Iraqis by saying, “They took advantage of my presence to end corruption, and the revolutionaries and the protesters must stay and continue until your demands are achieved.”

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