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Directions: A set of six statements is given below. It is given that statement D is the last statement when arranged correctly. You need to arrange them in a logical sequence and then answer the following questions:
 
A. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who led the Victory Alliance, bet on the gains the Iraqi army made under his leadership in the war against the Islamic State to win political points.
 
B. The May 12 parliamentary vote was crucial for all the main blocs in Iraq.
 
C. For the Al-Fatih bloc, a coalition of parties and leaders that have close ties with Iran, capturing power was important at a time when Iran is facing new regional challenges, and they ran a largely pro-Shia campaign.
 
D. Mr. Sadr, on the other side, shed his early sectarian image, focussed his campaign on social justice and government failure, attacked Iran’s deepening influence in Iraq from a nationalist perspective and stitched up alliances with liberals and communists to expand his base.
 
E. Iraq’s parliamentary election results marked a remarkable comeback for Muqtada al-Sadr.
 
F. He is the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers. 
1
Which of the following would be the first statement after re-arrangement?
» Explain it
B
It is given that D is the last statement. Out of the rest, E is the best fit for being the first statement as A and C are clearly continuations of previous statements. B cannot be the first statement as then E would not fit anywhere else. Hence, E is the first statement.

Connectors:

E and F:

E. Iraq’s parliamentary election results marked a remarkable comeback for Muqtada al-Sadr, the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

F. He is the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

F and B: B gives the background for statements E and F

F. He is the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

B. The May 12 parliamentary vote was crucial for all the main blocs in Iraq.

B and A:

B. The May 12 parliamentary vote was crucial for all the main blocs in Iraq.

A. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who led the Victory Alliance, bet on the gains the Iraqi army made under his leadership in the war against the Islamic State to win political points.

A and C:

A. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who led the Victory Alliance, bet on the gains the Iraqi army made under his leadership in the war against the Islamic State to win political points.

C. For the Al-Fatih bloc, a coalition of parties and leaders that have close ties with Iran, capturing power was important at a time when Iran is facing new regional challenges, and they ran a largely pro-Shia campaign.

C and D:

C. For the Al-Fatih bloc, a coalition of parties and leaders that have close ties with Iran, capturing power was important at a time when Iran is facing new regional challenges, and they ran a largely pro-Shia campaign.

D. Mr. Sadr, on the other side, shed his early sectarian image, focussed his campaign on social justice and government failure, attacked Iran’s deepening influence in Iraq from a nationalist perspective and stitched up alliances with liberals and communists to expand his base.

The correct sequence is E-F-B-A-C-D.

As per this, statement E is the first statement.

Hence, option B is correct.
2
Which of the following would be the second statement after re-arrangement?
» Explain it
A
It is given that D is the last statement. Out of the rest, E is the best fit for being the first statement as A and C are clearly continuations of previous statements. B cannot be the first statement as then E would not fit anywhere else. Hence, E is the first statement.

Connectors:

E and F:

E. Iraq’s parliamentary election results marked a remarkable comeback for Muqtada al-Sadr, the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

F. He is the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

F and B: B gives the background for statements E and F

F. He is the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

B. The May 12 parliamentary vote was crucial for all the main blocs in Iraq.

B and A:

B. The May 12 parliamentary vote was crucial for all the main blocs in Iraq.

A. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who led the Victory Alliance, bet on the gains the Iraqi army made under his leadership in the war against the Islamic State to win political points.

A and C:

A. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who led the Victory Alliance, bet on the gains the Iraqi army made under his leadership in the war against the Islamic State to win political points.

C. For the Al-Fatih bloc, a coalition of parties and leaders that have close ties with Iran, capturing power was important at a time when Iran is facing new regional challenges, and they ran a largely pro-Shia campaign.

C and D:

C. For the Al-Fatih bloc, a coalition of parties and leaders that have close ties with Iran, capturing power was important at a time when Iran is facing new regional challenges, and they ran a largely pro-Shia campaign.

D. Mr. Sadr, on the other side, shed his early sectarian image, focussed his campaign on social justice and government failure, attacked Iran’s deepening influence in Iraq from a nationalist perspective and stitched up alliances with liberals and communists to expand his base.

The correct sequence is E-F-B-A-C-D.

As per this, statement F is the second statement.

Hence, option A is correct.
3
Which of the following would be the third statement after re-arrangement?
» Explain it
D
It is given that D is the last statement. Out of the rest, E is the best fit for being the first statement as A and C are clearly continuations of previous statements. B cannot be the first statement as then E would not fit anywhere else. Hence, E is the first statement.

Connectors:

E and F:
E. Iraq’s parliamentary election results marked a remarkable comeback for Muqtada al-Sadr, the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

F. He is the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

F and B: B gives the background for statements E and F

F. He is the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

B. The May 12 parliamentary vote was crucial for all the main blocs in Iraq.

B and A:
B. The May 12 parliamentary vote was crucial for all the main blocs in Iraq.

A. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who led the Victory Alliance, bet on the gains the Iraqi army made under his leadership in the war against the Islamic State to win political points.

A and C:
A. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who led the Victory Alliance, bet on the gains the Iraqi army made under his leadership in the war against the Islamic State to win political points.

C. For the Al-Fatih bloc, a coalition of parties and leaders that have close ties with Iran, capturing power was important at a time when Iran is facing new regional challenges, and they ran a largely pro-Shia campaign.

C and D:
C. For the Al-Fatih bloc, a coalition of parties and leaders that have close ties with Iran, capturing power was important at a time when Iran is facing new regional challenges, and they ran a largely pro-Shia campaign.

D. Mr. Sadr, on the other side, shed his early sectarian image, focussed his campaign on social justice and government failure, attacked Iran’s deepening influence in Iraq from a nationalist perspective and stitched up alliances with liberals and communists to expand his base.

The correct sequence is E-F-B-A-C-D.

As per this, statement B is the third statement.

Hence, option D is correct.
4
Which of the following would be the first statement after re-arrangement?
» Explain it
C
It is given that D is the last statement. Out of the rest, E is the best fit for being the first statement as A and C are clearly continuations of previous statements. B cannot be the first statement as then E would not fit anywhere else. Hence, E is the first statement.

Connectors:

E and F:
E. Iraq’s parliamentary election results marked a remarkable comeback for Muqtada al-Sadr, the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

F. He is the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

F and B: B gives the background for statements E and F

F. He is the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

B. The May 12 parliamentary vote was crucial for all the main blocs in Iraq.

B and A:
B. The May 12 parliamentary vote was crucial for all the main blocs in Iraq.

A. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who led the Victory Alliance, bet on the gains the Iraqi army made under his leadership in the war against the Islamic State to win political points.

A and C:
A. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who led the Victory Alliance, bet on the gains the Iraqi army made under his leadership in the war against the Islamic State to win political points.

C. For the Al-Fatih bloc, a coalition of parties and leaders that have close ties with Iran, capturing power was important at a time when Iran is facing new regional challenges, and they ran a largely pro-Shia campaign.

C and D:
C. For the Al-Fatih bloc, a coalition of parties and leaders that have close ties with Iran, capturing power was important at a time when Iran is facing new regional challenges, and they ran a largely pro-Shia campaign.

D. Mr. Sadr, on the other side, shed his early sectarian image, focussed his campaign on social justice and government failure, attacked Iran’s deepening influence in Iraq from a nationalist perspective and stitched up alliances with liberals and communists to expand his base.

The correct sequence is E-F-B-A-C-D.

As per this, statement A is the fourth statement.

Hence, option C is correct.
5
Which of the following would be the fifth statement after re-arrangement?
» Explain it
C
It is given that D is the last statement. Out of the rest, E is the best fit for being the first statement as A and C are clearly continuations of previous statements. B cannot be the first statement as then E would not fit anywhere else. Hence, E is the first statement.

Connectors:

E and F:
E. Iraq’s parliamentary election results marked a remarkable comeback for Muqtada al-Sadr, the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.
F. He is the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

F and B: B gives the background for statements E and F

F. He is the nationalist Shia cleric who for years had been sidelined both by the Iraqi establishment and its Iranian backers.

B. The May 12 parliamentary vote was crucial for all the main blocs in Iraq.

B and A:
B. The May 12 parliamentary vote was crucial for all the main blocs in Iraq.

A. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who led the Victory Alliance, bet on the gains the Iraqi army made under his leadership in the war against the Islamic State to win political points.

A and C:

A. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who led the Victory Alliance, bet on the gains the Iraqi army made under his leadership in the war against the Islamic State to win political points.

C. For the Al-Fatih bloc, a coalition of parties and leaders that have close ties with Iran, capturing power was important at a time when Iran is facing new regional challenges, and they ran a largely pro-Shia campaign.

C and D:

C. For the Al-Fatih bloc, a coalition of parties and leaders that have close ties with Iran, capturing power was important at a time when Iran is facing new regional challenges, and they ran a largely pro-Shia campaign.

D. Mr. Sadr, on the other side, shed his early sectarian image, focussed his campaign on social justice and government failure, attacked Iran’s deepening influence in Iraq from a nationalist perspective and stitched up alliances with liberals and communists to expand his base.

The correct sequence is E-F-B-A-C-D.

As per this, statement C is the fifth statement.

Hence, option C is correct.