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Is Abadi "tired" of the post of prime minister?

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Is Abadi "tired" of the post of prime minister?

Post by rocky on Thu 13 Sep 2018, 4:11 am

Is Abadi "tired" of the post of prime minister?
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Nada Shaker Jawdat, a member of the Al-Nasr coalition, denied on Wednesday what the media reported about the "fatigue" of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi from his post, while confirming that the news was "baseless".
"One of the media sites published a statement to me that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi told his deputies and members of his alliance that his office is tired and wants to rest from him," Jawdat said in a statement received by Iraq News.
"The question of the reporter of the media website was about the adherence of the prime minister Abadi and the words of reference to the experimenter right does not try, according to him," explaining, "I assured him that Prime Minister Abbadi is not clinging to power, but tired of the system quotas and control of parties.
The MP confirmed victory, "What attributed to us the words is incorrect and clear fabrication of media institutions that try to overthrow the prime minister as the most likely to take over the presidency of the second term and the evidence of the non-submission of other blocs any other candidate so far."
"The process will be understood by two things, either to serve other political parties competing for the coalition victory or clear targeting of the coalition, and in both cases is unacceptable."
The media was quoted as a statement by the MP for the victory coalition Nada Shaker Judeat that Prime Minister Haider Abadi told his deputies and members of his alliance that his office tired and wants to rest from him. "


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