political| 03:17 – 08/09/2022
Baghdad – Mawazine News
, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, decided the decision to return the Sadrist bloc to the House of Representatives, in what he considered that the decision to return is strictly prohibited.
Al-Sadr said in a statement transmitted by his minister, Saleh Muhammad Al-Iraqi, and Mawazine News received a copy of it, the text of which is below: ”
Some of the lovers are seeking, by legal means, to return (the Sadrist bloc) to Parliament.
Before I give my opinion on this issue, I say:
It was the first desired result Their withdrawal is to block all ways to come to terms with the so-called “coordination framework” as I do not agree with them at all.Then
returning the bloc to Parliament has the possibility, even if weak, of finding this consensus.. It is forbidden by us,
and if it is prevented, their return will be a blockage. Politically again
, if it is said: Their return is only for the sake of dissolving Parliament, not for the sake of agreement with them.
I say: If we go back, then the solution must be satisfactory to our Sunni and Kurdish allies, and I don’t think it is.
We are aware of the many pressures on our allies… But sacrificing in order to end the suffering of an entire people is also good and required… The people, not the current, are the ones who refuse to turn faces and re-manufacture a corrupt government again.
The ball is in the court of the allies, not the court of the Sadrist bloc.
As for the final opinion on the issue of the Sadrist bloc’s return to the House of Representatives: it is absolutely and absolutely forbidden, under any pretext.
The corrupt rejects a government that is neither Eastern nor Western, with a national majority, and
we reject a consensual government categorically.
The dissolution of Parliament is possible without the return of the Sadrist bloc, especially with the presence of its allies in the House of Representatives and some independents who so far are on the hill!!!
So I call on allies and independents to take a courageous stand to end the whole crisis.
The solution at that time will not be current, but rather the parliament will be nationalistic: Sunni, Shiite, Kurdish, and independents, so that the president and prime minister remain at the head of a caretaker government and to supervise early elections or with the help of others, Iraqis or internationals.
Hence, there is no need to resort to the current or the framework in solving the problem, for the keys are with the first to solve and the contract, not with the (politicized judiciary), nor with the (fearful courts) nor with the (withdrawing Sadrist bloc) .. (end) Saleh Muhammad Al-Iraqi