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Abdul Mahdi is the first prime minister to leave the Green Zone

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Abdul Mahdi is the first prime minister to leave the Green Zone

Post by RamblerNash on Thu Oct 04, 2018 10:09 pm

Abdul Mahdi is the first prime minister to leave the Green Zone

Thursday, October 4,

Alsumaria News / Baghdad

revealed a source familiar with, on Thursday, the intention of the Prime Minister in charge of forming the government Adel Abdul Mahdi live outside the Green Zone .

"The prime minister-designate Adel Abdul-Mahdi, who lives in the Karrada area near the Green Zone, is looking to stay there or somewhere other than the fortified Green Zone," he said, adding that "Abdul-Mahdi wants to approach the Iraqi street And encourage the rest of the politicians to live among people. "

"It is still under investigation but it is likely that Abdul Mahdi will be the first Iraqi prime minister after 2003 to leave the Green Zone," the source said.

The Green Zone in central Baghdad is fortified and also called the International Zone. It includes government offices and diplomatic missions, most notably the US Embassy , as well as the United Nations and European Union missions .


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Re: Abdul Mahdi is the first prime minister to leave the Green Zone

Post by GirlBye on Tue Oct 16, 2018 5:34 pm

Iraqi Government Administration Operates Outside ‘Green Zone’ for 1st Time
Iraq's Prime Minister-designate Adel Abdul Mahdi decided on Sunday to move his office outside Baghdad’s Green Zone, an unprecedented step in the country’s political scene. 

Since the removal of former president Saddam Hussein in 2003, all four previous prime ministers, including Ayad Allawi, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, Nouri al-Maliki and Haider al-Abadi had kept their offices inside the 10-square-kilometer fortified area in the Karkh district of central Baghdad.

The Green Zone is home to the offices of the president, prime minister, parliament, the country’s top courts and the US embassy.

“The Prime Minister-designate resumed his mission at his new office located in the area facing Baghdad Central Station, Karkh,” Abdul Mahdi’s office said in a statement.

It added that the PM-designate held, at his new office, several meetings on the formation of the new government and its program.

The Green Zone has been repeatedly targeted over the years, especially at the height of the 2006-2008 civil conflict.

Abdul-Mahdi was appointed PM-designate to form Iraq’s new government after months of wrangling among parties.

At his new office, Abdul Mahdi met Sunday with John Sullivan, deputy to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who is on a three-day visit to Iraq and the Kurdistan Region.

“During the meeting, they discussed strengthening relations between the two countries, the situation in Iraq and the region as well as the importance of continuing international support for Iraq in reconstruction after the victory over terrorism,” a statement from Abdul-Mahdi’s office said.

Separately, Sadrist movement leader Muqtada Sadr’s calls that public interests should precede party interests drove on Sunday a wave of criticism from concerned parties.

In reference to Iraq’s Sunnis and Sunni politicians, Sadr said quotas should be avoided while forming the next government.

The Iraqi Decision Alliance led by Ossama al-Nujaifi said on Sunday it backed Sadr’s position.

“We support this view because we believe that elections did not represent the society and therefore, we cannot set the interests of the Sunnis according to the faction that won the last elections,” Atheel al-Nujaifi, a leader in the Alliance, told Asharq Al-Awsat.

However, National Axis bloc official Yehya al-Kabisi said he was against Sadr’s calls.

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