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His government’s position has been to strengthen state institutions and to reinforce the chain of command.Meanwhile, Ammar al-Hakim, one of Iraq’s leading politicians and the scion of one of the country’s most prominent Shia families, announced in late July that he would leave the Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council, a political party that his family founded in Tehran with Iranian assistance in the 1980s.A crucial fighting force in the battle for Mosul and other areas liberated from Isis was provided by paramilitary groups that receive supplies and support from Iran, and cross the Iran-Iraq border at will.These were sanctioned by the Iraqi government in November 2016 and made part of the Popular Mobilisation Forces, a coalition of paramilitary groups, some of which have multiple loyalties.
The only major political coalition to have formally adopted a pro-Iranian approach is led by former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.
If these parties really want to prevent Iranian influence, they should provide assistance to security units, like the counter-terrorism service, which has been by far the most effective force against the Islamic State.
The continued success of professional security services, rather than Iran-backed paramilitary groups, will allow for Iraq to guarantee its own security.
The grass-roots movement’s leader, Moktada al-Sadr, paid a visit this summer to Saudi Arabia, Iran’s biggest regional rival.
He also visited the United Arab Emirates, another Sunni state that opposes Iran.
This means the various alliances must engage in horse trading and coalition building to form a government.