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new developments of the conference "coup" in Iraq and calls for Abdul Mahdi to intervene

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new developments of the conference "coup" in Iraq and calls for Abdul Mahdi to intervene

Post by claud39 on Mon Jan 07, 2019 9:16 am


[size=32]new developments of the conference "coup" in Iraq and calls for Abdul Mahdi to intervene[/size]

A conference in one of the US states on Iraq sparked controversy and anger among political circles in Baghdad amid demands by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to "intervene". 
The conference, which was held by the Iraqi National Association for Friendship Saturday in Michigan, discussed the formation of a transitional government led by former Iraqi army officer Abdulwahid Shannan al-Ribat. 
The conference was held in the presence of Iraqi dissidents and former Iraqi government officials after 2003, who were punished for speaking. 
A short statement from the conference said that US Senator James Coty, Mayor of Warren, USA, also participated, as well as writers, analysts and media spoke about the Iranian intervention in the policy of Iraq.
The Minister of Electricity in 2004, Ayham al-Samarrai, "his optimism about Iraq, and the conviction of US President Donald Trump to make Iraq independent of Iran and the region," he said. 
Samarrai spoke during his speech on "the formation of a transitional government, and the use of officers from the Iraqi army headed by the first corner Abdul Wahid Shannan al-Ribat." 
The association is run by a political office composed of several Iraqi figures, most of whom were supporters of Saddam Hussein's regime. 
The conference and discussions sparked controversy in the capital Baghdad, where Iraqi MP Abdul Amir al-Dabi, on Sunday, called on Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to "move and arrest a fugitive official who built a conference for the men of former regime leader Saddam Hussein," referring to former electricity minister Ayham al-Samarrai .
"I invite the Prime Minister to address the international federal police to arrest all Iraqi fugitives out of Iraq who are issued warrants of arrest, led by fugitive Ayham al-Samarrai, who is holding a conference that includes former regime members in the state," he said in a tweet through his Twitter account. Michigan, and planning to harm Iraq. " 
For his part, said MP Iraqi MP Faiq Sheikh Ali, in a tweet on "Twitter" that "Iraqis from the Iraqi National Assembly held a conference in Michigan," calling for a coup, and the formation of a transitional government headed by Abdul Wahid Shanan Al Ribat, and delivered by the senator James Coty word ".


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