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Iraq cleric Moqtada al-Sadr calls for delay in formation of government as he backs protests sweeping south

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Post by GirlBye on Fri Jul 20, 2018 8:07 pm

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The Iraqi cleric whose bloc won the most votes in May's election has called for a halt to talks to form a new government until the demands of protesters sweeping the south of the country are met.
Moqtada al-Sadr, a Shia cleric, whose bloc won the May election in a surprise upset for Prime Minister Haider Abadi's coalition, had campaigned on alleviating poverty and improving services in the country's Shia heartland.
But he appeared to undermine efforts to form a government on Friday when he backed the protests, which have raged in the oil-rich state of Basra for two weeks. At least three people have been killed in the unrest which saw protesters attack government and militia buildings, storm an airport in the holy city of Najaf, and gather outside an oil field

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Post by Terbo56 on Fri Jul 20, 2018 8:17 pm

They get rid of Maliki, and this will stop, THEN worry about the GOI- Abadi is weak, and without Sadr pushing him to get his country in order, nothing will be accomplished until the wrath of Iran and Maliki are stopped for good-Yes, the people's wishes are most important, but apparently they are too shell shocked to realize what they are going to be faced with, again, if Maliki and his cronies from Iran aren't squashed- I've said this for years, and this is the truth, Maliki wants Iraq to fail, and therefore will continue his wrath until someone steps up, and takes the bastard out, plain and simple-Stevie Wonder can see this- Getting rid of Maliki permanently is the first order of business, and that should be Iraq's focus-
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