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Sources: Abadi is about to leave the Dawa Party and disagreements about the "Kings Industry"

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Sources: Abadi is about to leave the Dawa Party and disagreements about the "Kings Industry"

2018-06-01 at 09:57 (Baghdad time)

Sources - Abadi is about to leave the Dawa Party and disagreements about the Kings Industry

Follow-up of Mawazine News
Sources close to the Islamic Dawa party have revealed that the prime minister and leader of the Al-Nasr coalition, Haidar al-Abadi, have announced his decision to split from the party's ranks because of disagreements with the party's Shura Council member Sheikh Abdul Halim Zuhairi.
"The differences began between Abadi and Sheikh Abdul Halim, who is described as the godfather of the formation of the government,and the nomination of candidates for prime minister, since the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime."
The sources confirmed that "Abadi Max Zuhairi of the team of negotiators of the alliance victory; because of disagreement over the alliance with others, led by Moqtada al-Sadr, who ranked first in the parliamentary elections in Iraq recently."
According to the sources, "Zuhairi does not see the importance of entering the list of victory, led by Abadi, in alliance with others, led by Sadr; because of the position of the former leader of the rule of law and the Secretary-General of the Dawa Party Nuri al-Maliki," noting that "Sadr agreed to the alliance with Abadi condition To announce the latter's withdrawal from the Dawa Party. "
Al-Zuhairi is described as "the maker of kings in Iraq" because of his hidden role in the ongoing political process in Iraq, as well as his inclination to Maliki's wing more than Abbadi.
Abadi is a second-line man in the Dawa Party, not the first-line men, such as Nuri al-Maliki, Zuhairi, Ali al-Adib and others.

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