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Sources: Shiite leaders reject Allawi's proposal to form a government "national salvation"

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Sources: Shiite leaders reject Allawi's proposal to form a government "national salvation" pending the results of manual counting

Wed, 18 Jul 2018 12:25:53

Sources - Shiite leaders reject Allawis proposal to form a government national salvation pending the results of manual counting

Informed political sources said on Wednesday that Shiite leaders as head of a coalition of state law Nuri al-Maliki, and the leader of the Fatah alliance Hadi al-Amiri, rejected the initiative of the leader of the National Coalition Iyad Allawi to form a government, "rescue" national.

"Allawi is moving to form a national (salvation) government led byan Iraqi national figure but clashes with the rejection of al-Maliki and al-Amiri," indicating that "Allawi was forced after Maliki and al-Amiri refused to submit a proposal to the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr to form a government (poles) Chest of this idea. "

And the negotiations on the formation of the new government, the sources revealed that "all the political blocs are still in place and wait for the ratification of the election results to form the largest coalition that can form the government," pointing out that "mobility refers to the convergence between the coalition of the rule of law and the Fatah coalition and half of the deputies of victory and some forces Sunni and Kurdish, in return for a convergence between the stream of wisdom and the rest and half of the victory deputies. "

According to well-informed political sources, the peaceful demonstrations taking place in the southern governorates, the central Euphrates and Baghdad, which some of the "Mandates" have entered to change course and cause chaos in Iraq, may push the United States to pressure Iraqi political blocs to extend the term of the outgoing prime minister. Abadi for two more years.

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