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Issawi: Abdul Mahdi's resignation is a brave decision and his successor may be Sunni

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Issawi: Abdul Mahdi's resignation is a brave decision and his successor may be Sunni Empty Issawi: Abdul Mahdi's resignation is a brave decision and his successor may be Sunni

Post by rocky on Mon 02 Dec 2019, 2:30 am


Issawi: Abdul Mahdi's resignation is a brave decision and his successor may be Sunni

08:34 - 02/12/2019



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Information / Baghdad ..
Anbar MP Faisal al-Issawi, the resignation of Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  "courageous decision," while affirming the possibility of being the next prime minister of the year or the Kurds.
Al-Issawi said in televised statements followed by (information), that "the resignation of Abdul-Mahdi from a courageous decision is calculated for him," noting that "Abdul-Mahdi submitted his resignation without asking Fatah and others."
He added, "It is possible that the next prime minister will be Sunni or Kurdish," pointing out that "walkers will reverse the decision to give up on the selection of the prime minister if he apologizes, should be mandated to open it."
Al-Issawi said that it is "in the interest of assigning others to choose the prime minister as the largest bloc," noting that "the second reform step after the resignation of the prime minister lies in naming the largest bloc." Done / 25


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