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 Sadr demands that Abadi resign from the Dawa Party to support his candidacy for prime minister

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PostSubject: Sadr demands that Abadi resign from the Dawa Party to support his candidacy for prime minister   Thu Jul 12, 2018 9:49 pm

Sadr demands that Abadi resign from the Dawa Party to support his candidacy for prime minister

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The political bureau of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, that he required the current Iraqi Prime Minister, Haider Abadi, to resign from the membership of the "Dawa" in return for his nomination for a second term.

"The resignation of Abadi from the Dawa Party represents a demand by most of the political blocs, as well as by Muqtada al-Sadr, that the person who takes over this post is President of all of Iraq and its belonging to all of Iraq. "

"We have an experience that most officials when they take on a certain responsibility, their association with their party affects their work, and shows the influence of the party is evident in some joints."

Al-Asadi continued: "At this sensitive stage, Iraq needs to address many problems, and we need a personality that enjoys independence and strength, and the administration practices high denial, and this will only happen if the official enjoys independence from his party and its component."

The official revealed that "there is an understanding between the five blocks" against the backdrop of the last parliamentary elections, which are "asrun" backed by the Sadrists 54 seats out of 329 in the House of Representatives, and "victory" led by Abadi 42 seats, and "conquest" Popular "led by Hadi al-Ameri 47 seats, and" wisdom "led by Ammar al-Hakim 19 seats, and" national "led by Iyad Allawi 21 seats.

"Asadi pointed out that" the coming days may witness a meeting between the parties mentioned, leading to the formation of the nucleus of the largest bloc that will form the government. "

Despite the news of the understanding between the 5 blocs, but the question of the choice of candidate for prime minister is still pending, especially since Sadr, who is the biggest winner in the House elections on June 12, can not take the post of prime minister, because he did not run But the victory of his bloc gives him a strong position in the negotiations to choose who will take office, and observers are likely to play a key role in forming the new government.

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