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Deputy Wisdom reveals the fact that there is agreement on the survival of Abdul Mahdi in office

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Deputy Wisdom reveals the fact that there is agreement on the survival of Abdul Mahdi in office

2019/11/10 12:36

Deputy Wisdom reveals the fact that there is agreement on the survival of Abdul Mahdi in office

Baghdad Today - Baghdad

Jassem al-Bukhati, the deputy of the stream of wisdom, revealed on Sunday, November 10, 2019, the fact that there is a political agreement between the blocs and parties to keep Adel Abdul Mahdi in office.

Bukhati told (Baghdad today), "The political blocs and parties, held during the past days a lot of meetings and meetings, in order toreach solutions that satisfy the Iraqi street, and resolve the crisis that the country is going through."

He added that "until the moment there is no agreement on keeping Adel Abdul Mahdi in his post or not," noting "there is a division in this regard, there are those who want to stay and there are those who want to remove, and there is no final agreement on that until now."

Political sources revealed on Saturday that a political agreement between the main political blocs in the country, to keep Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi in his position as head of government, while continuing with the reforms introduced in the past period, in addition to a plan to address the demonstrations.

For his part, denied the office of Sistani reference that the religious authority in Najaf agreed to the survival of the current government and end the protests in Iraq.

An official source in Sistani's office denied that "the highest religious authority is a party to the alleged agreement on the survival of the current government and ending the ongoing protests."

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