Zamili: No one wants to address the prime minister and all agreements were blown up after the resignation of Abdul Mahdi
22:57 - 01/12/2019
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Information / Baghdad
Abbas al-Zamili, a member of the Fatah alliance, said on Sunday that all agreements were torpedoed after the resignation of Abdul Mahdi, pointing out that not everyone wants to address the prime minister.
Zamili said in a televised statement continued (information), that "the resignation of Abdul-Mahdi had the unanimous parliamentary and parliament approved it to save what can be saved."
He added that "all agreements were torpedo after the resignation of Abdul Mahdi and everyone does not want to address the prime minister."
And: "We want a prime minister capable of solving the problem and it is in the interest of assigning others to choose the prime minister as the largest bloc, as the second reform step after the resignation of the prime minister is to name the largest bloc."
He pointed out that "the coalition of Saraon will reverse the decision to give up on the selection of the prime minister, but should be mandated to open the selection of the prime minister if apologized by others."
He explained that "the parameters of the bloc that will choose the prime minister will become clear this week, and it is possible that the next prime minister is Sunni or Kurdish." Finished 25 N