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Diplomatic source: Abadi's visit to Turkey is a formality and his chances of winning the second term are weak

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Diplomatic source: Abadi's visit to Turkey is a formality and his chances of winning the second term are weak

Post by RamblerNash on Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:55 pm

Diplomatic source: Abadi's visit to Turkey is a formality and his chances of winning the second term are weak

13-08-2018 12:31 PM

The Euphrates -

Al-Akhbar newspaper, close to the Lebanese Hezbollah, said on Monday that there was an international regional consensus that the formation of the next government, from naming its president to the distribution of ministerial portfolios, is a matter of 'postponement'.

"Neither Washington nor Tehran, nor the capitals in their cosmos, is present for this achievement," the paper quoted a diplomatic source as saying.

Turkish and Iranian officials understand that the visit is 'formal'; the man is at the head of a caretaker government, so any discussion or signing of an agreement would be 'ink on paper'.

It is noteworthy that about a month ago, and with the outbreak of movement condemning the poor living conditions and service in the southern provinces, told a number of leaders of the Islamic Dawa Party, the actors in the words of Najaf and Tehran, the outgoing Prime Minister, the possibility of obtaining a second term has become weak.

Someone told him that the political circumstance 'does not call for you to stay in your position for four more years'. At the time, Abadi realized that popular discontent had in one way or another translated the accumulated resentment of the religious authority (Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani) over the performance of his government and previous governments, who knew very well that Tehran could not pursue an option that Najaf did not like. This realization was not surprising to him, as he knows that the moment of brightness of his star in August 2014 was the result of rejection of 'reference' extension of his predecessor Nuri al-Maliki, according to the newspaper.


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