Today, Sunday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, renewed his call for the formation of a national majority government in Iraq, a day after he met the head of the Fatah Alliance Hadi al-Amiri.

Al-Sadr said in a tweet to him on Twitter, "No Eastern, not Western, a national majority government," after his meeting - yesterday evening, Saturday, at his home in Najaf, in the south of the country - with Al-Amiri, the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, which includes the majority of the popular mobilization factions, and is affiliated with the so-called Coordination Framework .

For its part, the Al-Fateh Alliance announced that Al-Amiri's meeting with Al-Sadr was positive and fruitful.

The Sadrist bloc topped the elections held on October 10, with 73 seats, followed by the Progress Alliance with 37, the State of Law coalition with 33, and the Kurdistan Democratic Party with 31.

For weeks, the Coordination Framework Forces Axis - which includes the State of Law coalition, the State Forces Alliance, the Victory Alliance, the Al-Fateh Alliance (the Popular Mobilization factions are some close to Iran), the Ataa Movement and the Virtue Party - has been leading understandings that lead to the formation of a political majority government far from the orientations of al-Sadr, who adopts the formation of a national majority government. .

The political majority adopted by the coordination framework blocs is the formation of a Shiite-majority government, while Al-Sadr adopts the formation of a national government, which is the partnership of all nationalities components of the Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds.