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Abadi is engaged in a political move to return to power

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Abadi is engaged in a political move to return to power

POSTED ON JULY 13, 2019

Abadi is engaged in a political move to return to power

Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi is preparing to return to the political leadership in advance himself as an alternative to the prime minister in various areas, especially anti-corruption, according to the agency "Agence France Presse."

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spoke Abadi in an interview with the agency, "Agence France Presse," the risk of the return of sectarian conflict to Iraq, On the organization of "Dahesh", also talked about corruption in a country ranked 12th on the list of the most corrupt countries in the world, and tensions with the Kurdistan region.

In response to a questionby Agence France Presse, Abadi stressed his intention to return, saying, "We are good intention in this regard."

A government source of the same agency refers to the political mobilization carried out by Abadi, betting on the summer and periodic Iraqi protests against the chronic power outages in Iraq and the lack of services, as a way to return, after setting himself up as a "calendar opponent," according to Abadi himself.

Another source familiar with Abadi's activity confirms that the latter holds meetings with leaders of large political blocs and parties.

In the same context, said Abadi: "There is continuity of a certain kind now with the Supreme Shiite reference represented by Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, who has a great impact on the Iraqi political scene."

Abadi believes that the current government can only return to decisions and steps that he had taken during his rule. He refers, for example, to the recent decision of current Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi, who ordered the popular rally to be an "integral part" of the Iraqi security forces.

Abadi said in this regard: "I salute the decision of the Prime Minister and encourage him, but I was hoping to build on the previous decisions ... I think we have wasted a year and a half," since losing power because he could not form a parliamentary coalition is called in the Iraqi political custom, Ensures a second mandate.

On corruption, Abbadi said, "A new corruption has been added to the state, the sale of positions that were previously secret and now in public, and everything at its price,

According to the agency, Abbadi links corruption to sectarianism, which is afraid of its return and more, if things continue to be the same in the political arena, and says, "Yesterday sectarianism was used as a weapon in the conflict between the (parliamentary) blocs to divide the spoils, and that is what we have become. "If he comes back, or forms a new terrorist, or maybe assembling a cocktail of terrorists, politicians and others, it would be a dangerous formation that would lead to a complete collapse of the situation."

On the other hand, Abadi does not consider himself to have a problem with Kurdish citizens: "There is a problem with some parties or the parties controlling the region," referring to the Kurdistan Democratic Party led by Massoud Barzani.

"The problem is that they control the wealth of the region and its oil. For this I always ask during the previous period: Where are the imports? (...) The process was like money laundering. "

He explains that the region exports more than 400 thousand barrels per day, "and this is enough to cover all the expenses of the region and live in well-being. But he gets huge money from Baghdad as well. "

Source: AFP

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