The election results change the compass of alliances and a subtle movement could lead to the split of leading lists

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The election results change the compass of alliances and a subtle movement could lead to the split of leading lists

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May 14, 2018

Baghdad - Saad Mandelawi
After the elections, the candidates announced their votes to qualify them to reach parliament, relying on their entities and observers who needed the polling stations without leaving. This is in light of the mobility exerted by political forces to entice different political blocs in high positions in exchange for joining. New.
The movements of the political blocs to form the largest bloc began in real and hidden with the possibility of the withdrawal of blocks of coalitions formed before the elections and joining other coalitions according to offers to take up important positions in the state.
The leader of the coalition, "victory" led by Haider Abadi, Abbas al-Bayati, "The coalition does not have any red lines or veto on a mass or party or political figure during the upcoming negotiations to form a government, while he pointed out that the formation of the government will be after the holiday of Eid al-Fitr."
"The new government will look for a practical, realistic and economic program to support a strong and strong nucleus within parliament," al-Bayati said in an interview.
"The new government will see the light after the Eid al-Fitr holiday," al-Bayati said, adding that "the results of the final elections will be announced in final form during this week."
"There are major changes in the next parliamentary session and government, and new alliances will change the map of old and existing alliances," said political analyst Talib al-Awad.
"The first of these alliances has joined the bloc supported by cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to left-wing people to form a left-wing Islamic alliance," Awad said.
He pointed out that "the fortunes of the people of the next government will tend to the people supported by Washington and Riyadh and exert pressure to exclude the figures close to Iran, especially after Washington has reduced the Iranian role in Iraq from withdrawal from the nuclear agreement."
"According to unofficial preliminary results, the alliance will have the largest stake in forming the next government," he said.
A large number of candidates and a large number of voters began to get frustrated. This was fueled by leaks about America's intervention in the election process and the US ambassador's orders not to announce the winning candidates and lists, but the fact was that the losers made events that did not happen.
In contrast, the envoy of US President Donald Trump to the international coalition against "Da'ash", Brett McCork traveled in Baghdad and held several meetings, most notably the meeting of Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri and the leader of the wisdom movement Ammar al-Hakim.
MacGurk discussed in the framework of the general requirements of the next phase, especially after the parliamentary elections, and the need for cooperation and coordination between the parties and political blocs in order to emerge a government able to shoulder its responsibilities towards, while sources told the «Journal News» these moves as a basis for the next government.
The sources said that "the movements of McGork came according to the knowledge of Washington on the preliminary results of the elections through the ambassador in the center of counting votes and alert leaders of the political blocs that Washington has the word of separation in the next government."
"The stage of forming the next government and political negotiations will be very difficult and may take six months," says the MP for Nineveh province, noting that "foreign interventions, especially from Britain and America, will have a prominent role in shaping the new government."
"All political blocs want to head the next government or participate as much as possible, further complicating the political crisis."
On Monday, the Independent Electoral Commission (IHEC) is due to announce election results. Iraq has seen the biggest election campaign in the 2018 parliamentary elections, 10 million and 800,000 votes in a parliamentary election, the second since the US withdrawal from Iraq in 2011 and the fourth since the fall of the former regime in 2003 to elect a council. Iraqi deputies, which in turn elect the Prime Minister and the President of the Republic.


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