Sadr ends boycott lasted seven months of meetings of the Iraqi National Alliance

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Finished opposition politician Muqtada al-Sadr, a boycott of the meetings of the National Alliance (the largest bloc in the Iraqi parliament), which lasted seven months, against the backdrop of declining role of the latter in the application of a reform program to fight corruption and end political quota system and supports a government of technocrats. And made the free mass (mass of the Sadrist movement) this week 14 requirement to the National Alliance, to be implemented to ensure their return to the meetings again, most notably, the palm of partisan interference in the nomination of ministers to fill the positions of sovereign, and working to legalize career sag in all ministries, and the abolition of all independent bodies and re formed in accordance with the components of Iraqi society and not partisan. And the National Alliance (Shiite) includes a "state of law" led by Nuri al-Maliki blocks (105 seats), and the "Sadrists" led by Muqtada al-Sadr (34 seats), and the "Supreme Islamic Council" led by Ammar al-Hakim (29 seats), and "stream National reform "led by Ibrahim al-Jaafari (6 seats), and" the Islamic virtue Party, "led by Hashem al-Hashemi (6 seats), and the National Alliance is a majority of the members of the Iraqi parliament, of which 180 seats of the total 328 seats. And the holding of the National Alliance leaders, on Friday evening, a meeting attended by Haider al-Abadi, head of the government (belongs to the state law), and Ammar al-Hakim, head of the National Alliance, and the heads of political blocs in virtue of parliament, and the Sadrists, and the tide of reform, and the rule of law. Hakim said, in a joint press conference after the meeting, said that "the Sadrist movement presented a paper containing several vital points, were discussed today at the meeting, and was conducted by the amendments by the full National Alliance forces, so he decided the Sadrist movement to return to the National Alliance meetings." Hakim said that "the National Alliance returned to its cohesion, and this step (the return of the Sadrists) coalition will continue to hold meetings on a regular basis, and all files will deliberate and political issues in the country." For his part, Abadi, the Iraqi prime minister during the conference, said that "a step back to the Sadrist movement, the National Alliance meetings, is a step towards the further build-up to achieve victories," he said. Abadi and gave thanks to Muqtada al-Sadr, he said, "and we send invitations to national cohesion and leave the political differences, and I thank Moqtada al-Sadr for his cooperation in this context." In turn, said Jaafar al-Moussawi, head of the delegation negotiating the Sadrist movement, during the press conference. "We moved the paper under the guidance of Moqtada al-Sadr, the 14-paragraph reform of the path of the National Alliance, was traded with all the blocks of the National Alliance." Al-Moussawi said, that "the presidency of the National Coalition today called for an emergency meeting, and discussed the paper which was to reach agreement," without clarifying the details of the agreement. Since the beginning of last March, Muqtada al-Sadr stepped up his positions against the government and the parliament, and called on his supporters to continue protests until we achieve demands, most notably referring to the corrupt judiciary, and an end to political quotas in the distribution of positions, and the formation of a government of technocrats.