After the rift in the Sadr alliance, the "framework" is divided around Al-Sudani and Al-Kazemi

14 September, 2022
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After the rift in the Sadr alliance, the "framework" is divided around Al-Sudani and Al-Kazemi

After a split within the "Save the Homeland" alliance over the Sadrist movement's vision of dissolving parliament, its rival, the "Coordination Framework" alliance, is also divided over the name of the candidate to head the new Iraqi government.


Sources told Sky News Arabia that the division within the "coordinating framework" close to Iran was caused by the insistence of a wing in it, which includes the leader of the "State of Law Coalition" Nuri al-Maliki, and the leader of "Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq" Qais al-Khazali, to nominate MP Muhammad al-Sudani to head the government. , while a wing that includes the "Victory Coalition" led by Haider al-Abadi tends to keep the current prime minister, Mustafa al-Kazemi.

The last section aims from this position to dissolve one of the biggest obstacles to forming a government and the differences over it between the "framework" and the Sadrist movement. Muqtada al-Sadr, the leader of the movement, rejects al-Sudani's candidacy; Because he is close to his archenemy Nour al-Maliki.


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