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Post by Ssmith on Fri Sep 14, 2018 11:23 am



things are crazy right now, I think thats good. You flood with all kinds of info, so nobody really knows what your doing. It's called a diversion.....

There are so many factions in Iraq, that finding someone who works well with them all is difficult, and Abadi seems the best at this time.

We all know Abadi is the only decent man for the job. Anyone else will result in Iraq's ruin!!!!! If the US has to do the replacement government, I hope they boot Maliki half way to the moon.

For the last two weeks with no info, was the clam before the storm.. now we in the storm... can you hear...exchange...exchange...exchange.

Sadr: agreement on the nomination of independent figures technocrats for prime minister

The leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, revealed a political agreement on the nomination of independent technocrats for prime minister, while the opposition party in the next government will be waved if politicians continue to reject these figures.

“We have agreed with senior Iraqi officials to nominate several independent technocrats for prime minister and a purely Iraqi decision. The candidate should choose his ministers away from partisan, sectarian and ethnic divisions, but according to correct and acceptable criteria according to specialization, experience and integrity,” Sadr said in a tweet on Twitter.

He pointed out that “some politicians were quick to reject it and rejected the idea of ​​independence and even rejected the technocrats to return Iraq to the first square to return the corrupt new dress and dominated by their parties and economic bodies on the capabilities of the people and rights,” pointing out that “if they continue to do so I will announce my involvement and the opposition Style “

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