Iraqis await Sadr bloc’s next move after mass resignation from parliament
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A political crisis is deepening in Iraq, with a new government still not formed eight months after the parliamentary elections. Influential Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, whose movement won 73 seats in parliament, announced the resignation of members of his bloc last week. The move has left many Iraqis unsure of what the future holds for the powerful movement; many ask if it is even possible to form a government without it. FRANCE 24 correspondent Lucille Wasserman speaks with Iraqis about Sadr’s latest move.