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The militia of the crowd criticizes Abadi's decision: it aims to get a second term

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Post by RamblerNash on Fri Aug 24, 2018 11:03 pm

The militia of the crowd criticizes Abadi's decision: it aims to get a second term

Saying that he had repeatedly sought "to pluck the crowd" ...

24/08/2018 - 17:33 Iraq

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The Popular Front militia on Friday criticized the position of Prime Minister Haider Abadi towards its troops, describing him as a politician and part of the current entrants for a second term.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi issued a decree canceling two previous decisions to lead the popular popular militia to withdraw from liberated cities, especially Sunni areas.

The Deputy Chairman of the popular crowd  Abu Mahdi Mahdi  has recently issued two resolutions to withdraw a number of Shiite factions and the evacuation of many of its headquarters and offices in areas with a Sunni population.

The engineer's decisions contributed to negotiations with leaders of Iraq's national axis, which includes many Sunni parties. The Sunni axis did not announce its position yet, although it had previously been inclined to Abadi but did not rule out joining the popular coalition if he met his demands.

A statement issued by the popular crowd said on Friday that Abadi "used the policy of pressure and armaments over the past years to compliment the Americans in order to obtain a second term," noting that "Abadi methods focused on not giving adequate financial allocations to grant salaries of members of the popular crowd like The rest of the security forces as well as neglect the file of martyrs and wounded under various pretexts ».

The statement added that "Abadi did not limit himself to the physical pressure, but attacked the popular crowd again and again in order to make him morally ..." He also continued the accusations of the fighters who saved his chair from falling, Weak as well as the exploitation of the subject in his election propaganda », according to the statement.

The statement said that Abbadi is now trying to exploit the paper to draw the popular crowd «courtesy of external wishes trying to undermine the sovereignty of the country for the second mandate».

Abadi issued orders to cancel two decisions by the engineer, calling for "compliance with the law and instructions not to politicize the popular crowd."

According to a secret book issued by the office of Abadi , it was also decided «not to cancel or create formations only after obtaining the approval of the commander-general and otherwise the relevant parties bear legal responsibility».

He ordered Abadi to "not move any formations only after full coordination with the command of joint operations and obtain the approval of the commander-in-chief of the armed forces in accordance with the contexts followed."

Earlier this month, the popular crowd evacuated a number of areas and closed offices outside the city of Mosul and said the army would operate them slowly.

The engineer, according to a book signed in his name issued earlier, that his decision was ordered by the commander-in-chief of the armed forces after the «stability of the situation» in those areas.

The popular crowd, dominated by Shi'ite factions with close ties to Iran, is concentrated in many areas, mainly Sunni ones. Many Sunni residents view the crowd with special suspicion after being accused of widespread abuses during the fighting with a preacher.

http://www.basnews.com/index.php/ar/news/iraq/460853
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