Democrat: Barzani will visit Baghdad next week, and violence will not lead us to any result

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Democrat: Barzani will visit Baghdad next week, and violence will not lead us to any result

  {Politics: Al-Furat News} The Kurdistan Democratic Party announced that the visit of the President of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, next week, to present the initiative of the Kurds in Baghdad and Al-Hanana.

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Party member Repin Salam said; For the “Al-Mastra” program broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel Al-Leila: “Before the events of Al-Khadra, Nechirvan Barzani was supposed to go to Baghdad to present the initiative;
He stressed “the need for reconciliation between the coordination framework and the Sadrist movement based on internal and external demands, and the dialogue table must be the last stop, as violence will not lead us to any result.”
Salam indicated, “Masoud Barzani’s continued contacts with the forces of the framework and the current, and that the initiative will not be cloned from previous initiatives that will not work, and the two parties should open its doors to receive it.”
On resolving the presidency, Salam stressed, “Talks are continuing between the Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union, but agreement on a compromise candidate has not yet occurred due to the unexpected dramatic split, and we hope that the 2018 scenario that caused embarrassment to the political forces and the Kurds will not be repeated.”
Salam concluded by saying, “The presidents of the republic and the ministers are two complementary wings. There is no point in having one without the other, and the Democrat issued his position on the re-election in a statement and stipulated acceptance of the results.”


Al-Sadr would return as a popular, not political leader, source

Iraq NewsMuqtada Al-Sadr

 2022-08-31 15:10A-AA+

Shafaq News/ A Source close to the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, revealed that Al-Sadr would resume his work within a few days.

Earlier, Al-Sadr announced his resignation from political life.

The source told Shafaq News Agency, “Al-Sadr would return to the Iraqi arena as a popular leader, not a political and opposition man, and he would follow steps to oppose the formation of any consensus government that is based on quotas.”

“Al-Sadr would not interfere in politics; he will secure popular pressure to prevent forming any consensus government dissolve and run early elections.” The source pointed out.

Since the aftermath of the US-led invasion in 2003 that toppled longtime dictator Saddam Hussein, Iraq has been governed under a sectarian power-sharing system.

Sadr, whose father was one of Iraq’s most respected Shiite clerics, has gradually grown into a key political player in this landscape, bolstered by a Shiite support base that he often mobilizes to press his demands.

Since elections last October, disagreements between Sadr and a rival Iran-backed Shiite force known as the Coordination Framework have left Iraq without a new government, prime minister, or president.

Tensions escalated sharply on Monday when Sadr loyalists stormed the government palace inside the Green Zone after he announced he was quitting politics.

But Sadr’s supporters then left the Green Zone on Tuesday afternoon when he appealed for them to withdraw within the hour — a demonstration of the cult-like following that earned him his kingmaker status.

The Federal Court decides to postpone consideration of the case for dissolving the House of Representatives

political| 02:42 – 31/08/2022


Baghdad – Mawazine News
The Federal Supreme Court decided, today, Wednesday, to postpone consideration of the case for dissolving the House of Representatives.
In an interview with Mawazine News, a judicial source said, “The Federal Supreme Court decided to postpone the case for dissolving the House of Representatives until tomorrow, Thursday.”
And the Federal Supreme Court began, earlier today, Wednesday, to consider the case for dissolving the House of Representatives.
Yesterday, Tuesday, the Federal Supreme Court postponed consideration of the case submitted by the Sadrist movement to dissolve the House of Representatives, due to the general curfew and the disruption of the work of all state institutions.

Biden calls for a road map to get out of the political impasse in Iraq


 2022-08-31 13:20A-AA+

Shafaq News/ On Wednesday, US President Joseph Biden called on Iraqi leaders to engage in a national dialogue; To develop a roadmap in order to get out of the current blockage.

This came during a phone call he made with the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, according to a statement received by Shafaq News Agency.

Al-Kazemi’s office said, “Al-Kazemi and Biden discussed the latest developments in the situation in Iraq after the recent events.”

During the call, Biden expressed the United States’ support for an independent and sovereign Iraq, as set out in the Strategic Framework Agreement between the United States and Iraq.

Biden praised Al-Kazemi’s role and wise leadership during the escalation of political tensions and recent security events in the country, and he also praised the performance of the Iraqi security forces, while offering his condolences to the families of the martyrs of Iraq.

Biden called on all Iraqi leaders to engage in a national dialogue; To lay out a road map to get out of the current blockage in accordance with the constitution and laws of Iraq.

Biden valued Al-Kazemi’s efforts to calm tensions in the region through dialogue and diplomacy, expressing his full support for these efforts.

Washington sends a message to the Iraqi parties: You must exercise restraint and dialogue

politicsUS Ambassador to BaghdadIraq crisis

 2022-08-31 13:18A-AA+

Shafaq News/ The US Ambassador to Iraq, Elena Romanovsky, called on Wednesday for calm, restraint and dialogue between all Iraqi parties.

Ambassador Romanovsky said in a tweet seen by Shafak News Agency, “We feel very sad with the bereaved families who lost their loved ones during the demonstrations of the past few days, and we wish a speedy recovery to many who are still injured.”

“We participate in the call for calm, restraint and dialogue between all parties so that these tragic events will never be repeated,” she added.

Yesterday, Tuesday, the US ambassador to Iraq, Elena Romanovsky, welcomed the recent decision of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, in which he called for an end to armed conflicts and the withdrawal of demonstrators from the Green Zone.

Ambassador Romanovsky said in a tweet seen by Shafak News Agency, “The United States welcomes the recent calls to the demonstrators to immediately end the conflict and withdraw from government institutions, and we are encouraged by reports that the sit-in participants have begun to disperse.” She added, “Washington urges all citizens to allow the Iraqi government institutions to continue their work to support Iraq’s security, stability and sovereignty. The urgent challenges facing Iraq can only be resolved through serious dialogue. The time has come now.”

Earlier in the day, Saleh Muhammad al-Iraqi, what is known as the “minister of the leader” who is close to the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr, expressed his strong dissatisfaction with the determination of the coordinating framework, which includes Shiite political forces, to hold a session of the House of Representatives in preparation for proceeding with the formation of the federal government, while describing this The stances emanating from the framework are “insolent.” I consider that the Sadrist movement has become their “first enemy by all available means”, with the exception of violence, if they do not declare mourning for the victims of the “Ashura Revolution” protests.