Sadrist Movement leader Muqtada al-Sadr revealed on Friday that he might form an alliance with the incumbent Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
Al-Sadr added that this alliance aims to be free from sectarian quotas, that includes technocrats to build a better Iraq.
He also reiterated the importance of merging Iranian Militias in Iraq and Syria (IMIS) with Iraqi Army to achieve stability, as he refused the existence of what he described as "two armies."
Many international and local human rights organizations accused IMIS of committing sectarian genocides against Sunnis in Iraq, as the terror militias aim to make a demographic change in Iraq to carry out Iran' Mullah Shiite crescent plan.
Al-Sadr warned against Kurdistan's independence referendum, saying that he contacted the region's leaders in hope to delay the referendum.
He also considered Kurdistan to be a part of Iraq, urging Kurds to overcome problems caused by Nouri al-Maliki's government, noting that if Kurdistan seceded, it will bring major troubles both internal and foreign.