What is the reason for Iraq's parliament being stormed?

Thousands of supporters of the populist Shiite cleric stormed Iraq's parliament. As soon as he gave the order, the demonstrators dispersed.

When it comes to the nationalist, anti-Iran agenda of Muqtada al-Sadr, a volatile figure who has risen to prominence in Iraq's political arena.

When former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki nominated a supporter of Iran as Iraq's future leader, the al-Sadrists stormed parliament on Wednesday.

Nearly ten months after Iraq's national elections, no new government has been formed.

Since the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, it has been the longest stretch of time since the political system was reset.

The stalemate has paralysed the already-fragile state, leaving it with no clear route forward.

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