Barzani’s headquarters: The “Save a Homeland” meeting discussed forming the government and the Sadrist movement’s initiative
The headquarters of Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani said today, Monday, that the meeting of the leaders of the “Save the Nation” coalition discussed forming the next Iraqi government and the Sadrist movement’s initiative.
And he said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, that the National Rescue delegation, which includes Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, leader of the Azm coalition Khamis al-Khanjar and a leader in the Sadrist movement, Hassan al-Adhari, arrived in Erbil today,” noting that the delegation headed after arriving at Erbil International Airport to Permam, where The headquarters of Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani.
And he indicated, “The delegation met with Masoud Barzani and discussed with him the Iraqi political situation, the formation of the new Iraqi government and the initiatives of the Sadrist movement,” explaining that the meeting was attended by “Fadel Mirani, Secretary of the Political Bureau of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, and Riber Ahmed, the Democratic candidate for the post of President of the Republic.”
The meeting comes a day after the announcement made by the spokesman of the Democratic Party, the resumption of meetings with the Iraqi political parties in order to break the state of political closure controlling the Iraqi scene, following the announcement of the results of the parliamentary elections and the formation of the “Save the Nation” coalition.
The comprehensive coordinating framework of Shiite forces, and the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, had each put forward an initiative to resolve the blockage, as the framework initiative consisted of nine points, and was accompanied by nine commitments, which included a pivotal role for the independents in naming the prime minister, provided that it is within the framework of the Shiite component, followed by Al-Sadr’s initiative to invite independent representatives to form an independent bloc to form the government away from the coordination framework, after a period of forty days granted to the framework in order to form the government in isolation from his current.
With the end of the deadline comes a new failure in the attempts of the framework or the movement to find an understanding with the other forces in order to set a new date for holding a parliament session, dedicated to electing a new president of the republic, and completing the constitutional entitlements represented by forming a new government.