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Newspaper: "Iraqi coalition" new will include al-Maliki alongside Sadr .. Abadi may lose if he does

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Newspaper: "Iraqi coalition" new will include al-Maliki alongside Sadr .. Abadi may lose if he does not succumb

2018/06/15 11:16

Newspaper - Iraqi coalition new will include al-Maliki alongside Sadr .. Abadi may lose if he does not succumb

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Al-Arabi newspaper published Friday a report on the "Iraqi Coalition", a coalition that includes Al-Fateh and Wisdom, indicating that the state of law will enter the line, after the threat of the Virtue Party of the reference Mohammed Yacoubi, to the alliance of victory, Abadi, to dissolve their integration in the event of not bowing and joining.

The newspaper said in its report that "Iran is urging the completionof negotiations to form the largest bloc in Iraq and the expansion of the Shiite blocs participating in it, after not provided a means but used throughout the past days to pressure the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr alliance with the leader of the Fatah alliance, Hadi Amiri.

According to the agency "Agence France Presse," it was found that "the meeting held inside the Iranian embassy in Baghdad a few days ago, not only attended by the commander of the Quds Force Qassim Soleimani, but also Mojtaba Khamenei, the son of the Iranian leader Ali Khamenei, also attended by the Iraqi side Hadi Amiri and former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. "

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi Prime Minister Ammar al-Hakim and a leading coalition led by Prime Minister Rafiq al-Sadr, Hanan al-Fatlawi and competencies led by Haitham al-Jubouri. "

The newspaper said that "this came amid repeated news about the dissolution of the Virtue Party from the mass of Prime Minister Haider Abadi (victory) in the event that the current consultation with him to join the new bloc, which leaks that the name will be the" Iraqi Coalition "and consists of five parties and Shiite blocs Will work after arranging its internal status and write its system to open dialogues with blocks Sunni and Kurdish minorities.

According to a senior leader in the alliance of conquest, not named by the newspaper, "the consultations of the inclusion of al-Maliki to the coalition reached the advanced stages," noting that "the consultations are not with Maliki, but with the Sadrists to lift the ban imposed on him (Maliki), and there are preconditions will regulate the relationship between the blocks inside New alliance ".

The leader confirmed that "Haj Soleimani (Qasim Soleimani, leader of the Quds Force) is considered a guarantor of the new alliance, and seeks to attract all the Shiite blocs that entered the dispersion of the elections."

Asked whether the alliances were a revival of the Shiite house or the former National Alliance, he said, "Yes, and that's better. The experience of dispersing the Shiite forces into one political arena has proved to be an unhappy ending, the process of burning ballot boxes and waving Sadr into civil war. And before him Nuri al-Maliki and Qais al-Khazali the largest evidence of that. "

He felt that "in the end will be the Shiite blocs in a single alliance, but within the era of a new partnership from the signs not to give the post of prime minister of the Dawa Party."

The leader also said that "a preliminary agreement has been on the formation of a special committee to receive the nominations of each bloc of the new coalition for the post of prime minister, as there will be a candidate for the Sadrists and another to open and a third of wisdom and so on, and will be voting on the candidate within the coalition before coming out before the other blocs as a candidate The largest bloc of prime minister. "

He considered that "the chances of the current Prime Minister Haider Abadi for the post again is weak, and his calculations in reliance on the US pressure to stabilize his position was incorrect."

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