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Newspaper: Communists prevent Sadr from alliance with Abadi


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Newspaper: Communists prevent Sadr from alliance with Abadi

Post by rocky on Fri 18 May 2018, 1:59 am

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Newspaper: Communists prevent Sadr from alliance with Abadi

Al-Hayat newspaper reported on Friday that the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr expressed his intention to ally with Prime Minister Haider Abadi; to form the largest bloc, but the political circle close to Sadr, differed in this regard.
The newspaper quoted a member of the Political Bureau of the "Iraqi Communist Party," Jassim al-Hilfi, the main ally of "Sawson," saying that "the stage requires a comprehensive change in the map of the formation of the pyramid government, declaring the existence of many options outside the framework of Abbadi, saying that he failed during his first administration Very important files ".
He called for the removal of the post of prime minister from the circle of the "Islamic Dawa Party," which held four consecutive sessions (Ibrahim al-Jaafari 2005-2006, Maliki in the cycles of 2006-2010 and 2010-2014), and the selection of independent competencies technocrats.
The newspaper said that "yesterday's meeting, which brought together al-Hakim, achieved positive results talked about by the poles of the two parties, and some went to the expectation of an alliance, and this great optimism, if achieved, will mean that the triangle of Sadr - Abadi - wise will achieve 127 seats.
Abadi must rebel against the decision of his party (Islamic call) alliance with Maliki after the elections, while the rest of the Shiite lists will gather 76 seats, which means that the first coalition can nail the formation of the government commissioned by the President of the Republic in accordance with the Constitution and the election law.
The most serious challenge comes from wide objections to the results of the elections, accusing the Independent Electoral Commission of Iraq of rigging and demanding the re-counting and sorting by hand, which called for dozens of deputies to submit a request to the current Speaker of Parliament, Salim al-Jubouri, to hold an extraordinary session to discuss the crisis, A meeting scheduled for tomorrow, according to the newspaper "Life" of London.
Several video recordings of activists on social networking sites showed what they said was fraud at home, abroad and private.
In Kirkuk, for the fourth day in a row, popular protests over the results of the elections were held, and the demonstrators besieged election officials in their offices.
The Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubic, called for "the urgent action of the Commission to deal seriously with complaints, including, and, where necessary, partial manual re-examination in selected sites, especially in Kirkuk."
"It is important to apply these procedures with full transparency, so that the stakeholders will witness them to enhance confidence in the process," he said, stressing that "the United Nations is ready to provide assistance, if requested."

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