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Iraqi coalitions look to break political deadlock

The proposals come as Iraqi cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's 40-day window to form a government draws to a close.
Iraq's Council of Representatives in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone.

The process of forming the new government in Iraq has come to a halt due to the lack of agreement between Iraq's political parties.

The parliament is divided into two rival blocs: the Saving the Homeland alliance (SH) and the Coordination Framework (CF).

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