The Sadrist movement requires a “real guarantor” to accept negotiations with al-Amiri, and the latter “knocking on the door of al-Hananah” within two days.


politicsMuqtada al-SadrHadi Al-Amri

 2022-08-03 11:43A-AA+

Shafaq News/ A source in the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr said, on Wednesday, that authorizing the coordination framework of the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance Hadi Al-Amiri to negotiate with Al-Sadr does not mean the latter’s acceptance of this without presenting a “real guarantor”, at a time when the Al-Amiri alliance indicated that the latter would knock on the door Al-Hanana “Sadr headquarters” during the next two days.

Supporters of the Sadrist movement are holding a sit-in for the fifth day in a row in large parts of the Green Zone, starting from the House of Representatives building to the Grand Celebrations Square.

Earlier today, an informed source in the coordination framework revealed, to Shafaq News Agency, that the leaders of the framework authorized the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, the Secretary-General of the “Badr” Organization, Hadi al-Amiri, to negotiate with the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, to get out of the current political crisis in Iraq.

In the context, a source in the Sadrist movement told Shafak News Agency, “Al-Amiri was basically authorized in the name of the framework to negotiate with the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr, and all previous negotiations and dialogues failed due to the intransigence of some parties to form a consensual government similar to previous governments.”

And he added, “If Al-Sadr accepts the dialogue with Al-Amiri, the latter must present a guarantor to ensure that the framework, or whoever Al-Amiri represents, abides by the paragraphs and controls that Al-Sadr alluded to, and which may be announced explicitly in the coming days.”

The source pointed out that “Al-Sadr is the one who determines the identity of the guarantor if he accepts negotiations, especially since he obtained a broad popular mandate to take the decision that meets the aspirations of the people in forming a national government that meets the needs of the citizen,” he said.

In addition, the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Ali Hussein Obaid Al-Fatlawi, told Shafaq News Agency, “The authorization of the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance Hadi Al-Amiri has not yet acquired the official status and is still within the corridors of the inter-dialogues of the framework forces, which in turn formed negotiating committees with various other political forces to reach understandings in government formation.

He explained, “A public meeting with Al-Sadr has not taken place yet, but it is certain that the door of Al-Hanana will be knocked over the next two days to end the crisis.”

Al-Fatlawi called on the Sadrist bloc to “show flexibility to soften the atmosphere and end the dispute and political stalemate to reach understandings that meet the interests of all Iraqis.”

The leaders of the coordination framework are scheduled to hold a meeting, this evening, Wednesday, at the home of the leader of the Islamic Supreme Council, Hammam Hammoudi, to discuss the latest political developments and efforts to open channels of dialogue and communication with the Sadrist movement.

Al-Kazemi had put forward an initiative to solve the current political crisis in the country, and Al-Amiri also put forward an initiative, but it faced approval on “hard” conditions by the Sadrists.

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