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Abdul-Mahdi resort to the plan "B" under pressure to form the Iraqi government

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Abdul-Mahdi resort to the plan "B" under pressure to form the Iraqi government

Post by RamblerNash on Thu Oct 04, 2018 9:48 am

Abdul-Mahdi resort to the plan "B" under pressure to form the Iraqi government

Twilight News

3 hours ago

The Iraqi Prime Minister-designate Adel Abdul-Mahdi began his talks with political parties to form the next government, amid questions about the nature of the interference of ruling parties in his choices and the imposition of candidates on him to take over ministerial portfolios.

A source familiar with the nature of movements of Abdul Mahdi to "toss News" that he seeks to form a government from outside the political parties and not bow to pressure and reject any candidate provided by those parties, and rely on competencies from outside the political system.

The source, who preferred not to be named, said that Abdul Mahdi, who submitted resignations from several previous positions, made it a pressure sheet on the politicians, the plan "B" can easily submit his resignation in the event of intense pressure from the parties, accepting candidates for the receipt of certain ministries , Which makes it a point of strength of Abdul Mahdi, and a weak point for the political blocs that will search for a compromise candidate with the qualities of Abdul Mahdi is difficult at the present time.

The Iraqis are always demanding through social networking sites, public forums and protest demonstrations to appoint independent figures at the head of the ministries, and to stay away from party candidates who are often subject to their authority and dominance.

The idea of ​​the "technocrats" in the Iraqi government to the outgoing Prime Minister Haider Abadi, a change in the composition of his government in 2016, and included ministers of "technocrats" not belonging to the current parties, a change is the first of its kind since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein.

Abadi's change came under the pressure of mass demonstrations that swept the country for days supported by the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, who called the principle of the government of "technocrats."

The ministers of the former Abadi government have been forced to resign after accusations of mismanagement and widespread financial and administrative corruption in their ministries. Both the oil minister and the current charge d'affaires, Adel Abdul Mahdi, Minister of Transport Baqir Jabr, Minister of Construction and Housing Tariq al-Khikani and Minister of Water Resources Mohsen al-Shammari, Minister of Industry Mohammad Sahib al-Daraji, Interior Minister Mohammed al-Ghabban, as well as the dismissal of former finance minister Hoshyar Zebari by parliament and Defense Minister Khalid al-Obeidi.

According to political analyst Ahmed al-Tayeb, Abdul-Mahdi may be forced to satisfy some of the powerful parties and give them certain ministries, especially under the usual sharing of ministries in Iraq, as the Ministry of Interior allocated to the Shiites and the defense of the Sunnis and oil to the stream of wisdom led by Ammar al-Hakim, the Ministry of Justice of the Virtue Party, Ministries between parties.

He added that the efforts of Abdul-Mahdi towards the "technocrats" may clash with the desire of the political blocs to submit their candidates to the ministries and imposed on Abdul Mahdi, in light of the weakness of the blocs supporting him, which may also submit candidates to ministries and therefore can not but bow to them.

But other observers see that Abdul Mahdi is the candidate of the religious reference, and is already supported by the Sadrists led by Moqtada al-Sadr, and even the block of construction led by Maliki and al-Ameri, which gives him a guarantee and support significantly in moving towards the government of technocrats, unless the blocks are of Put pressure on him, amid expectations of resorting to Plan "B" is to resign and apologize for the formation of the government.

Even when Adel Abdul Mahdi turns to the "technocrats" candidates, he will not be relieved of the pressure exerted on him by the parties that already run these ministries and hold senior positions in them and have been in control for years. Therefore, the "technocrat" candidate will appear weak if he does not agree with the vision. Those parties that control the ministries.


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