October 17, 2021

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Iraq after the parliamentary elections .. Freedom of decision to face the intensity of the militancy

Sections close to Iran in Iraq have been in deep frustration since the results of last Sunday’s parliamentary elections, but despite that, Tehran has been sticking to its influence in its neighbors in recent days with intense moves.

The results of the parliamentary elections in Iraq appear to be the first reaction of political forces and armed groups close to Iran, with several leaders of these forces announcing their complete rejection of the results and confirming their search. Everything ”to cancel them.

According to observers, this means that Iran and its allies could begin a phase of intensification into Iraq, which will completely remove the outcome of the parliamentary elections from power.

The semi-official preliminary results of Sunday’s elections in Iraq have dealt a major defeat to parties, forces and personalities that the crowd considers to be the political wings of militants and pro – Iranian organizations, and have shown a significant decline in seats in Tehran’s armed parliament, not even the minimum expected.

Political factions affiliated with the PMF suffered a painful defeat in the election, losing dozens of seats in the next parliament, while the biggest winner was Muqtada al-Sadr, the leader of the Chadrist movement.

Al-Sadr, the largest party already in the 329-seat parliament, expanded its base of seats to 73, up from 54 in the previous parliament, while its main rival, the Fatah coalition, which for many years included factions loyal to Tehran, including armed factions, collapsed after it shrank. Its parliamentary representation was extended from 48 to 14 seats.

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The consequences of the Chhattisgarh movement winning 73 seats, wiping out its closest rival from Shia political forces and winning first place are the most important topic of discussion in the Iraqi arena, and the impact of that victory on the next stage is the independence of the Iraq decision. Muqtada al-Sadr has always rejected the intervention of neighboring countries in Iraqi affairs.

The chances of the Chhattisgarh movement bringing about change have increased, the loss of a pro-Iranian party in the Iraqi parliament in recent elections has increased, and the Associated Press reports that an al-Fateh coalition was formed, the biggest defeat in the Iraqi election, and that the Hadi-led coalition was formed. Al-Omari belongs to several parties and is affiliated with the PMF.

Observers believe that Iran, known as the most influential and influential regional power in Iraqi politics through proxies, will be greatly affected by the losses suffered by its allies in that election.

However, the success of the Chadrist movement in a large number of parliamentary seats will not allow it to form a government alone, as it requires an alliance with other forces, and al-Sadr will have to form alliances with other constituencies to achieve a simple majority, which means that Iraq’s direction toward a parliament without a clear majority will continue to divide the Iraqi political scene. 165 seats at a time when visitors see what will lead.

This seems remarkable from the point of view of the audience, such as the new political forces and the challenge of entering parliament, the civil “expansion” movement, and the view of these forces as an “element of unrest”. “In the new parliament, when they entered, they were supported by a different audience and adopted a different discourse close to the concerns of the street.

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Meanwhile, Hamdi Malik, an expert on armed Shiite sects in Iraq at Washington, said former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki had “spent a lot of money on election campaigns.” To maintain Iran’s influence.

An official with the pro-Iranian organization in Iraq said that one of the reasons for the Fatah coalition’s bad results was that its supporters changed their allegiance and changed their vote for al – Maliki, and that al-Sadr considered him a “stronghold.” “

It is noteworthy that according to the preliminary results, the Chhattisgarh movement won 73 seats in parliament, while the Progressive Committee led by Mohammed al-Halboosi won 43 seats and the Legal Committee led by Nouri al-Maliki came in third. With 37 seats.

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