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The new alliances have been fractured and divided .. Political differences threaten the list of al-M

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 3:53 am

The new alliances have been fractured and divided .. Political differences threaten the list of al-Maliki and al-Amiri
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Conflicts remain the most prominent feature of the political scene in Iraq, which is escalating as the elections approach, so that the new alliances have been fractured as a result of conflicts.
 
In the meantime, a political source familiar with the existence of differences within the list of "coalition of the rule of law," led by Vice-President Nuri al-Maliki, and "list of open" of the militia Shiite terrorist group headed by Hadi Amiri, explaining that these differences began after the request for sequences Advanced within the two lists. 

According to press reports, the source pointed out that the final sequences have not yet been announced by the political alliances, fearing to provoke differences and divisions two months before the elections, noting that the differences were not limited to alliances, but included other issues, such as voting on the laws within the parliament, And the confiscation of funds belonging to Saddam Hussein's regime.

The reports added that the Iraqi parliament member of the Liberal bloc of the Sadrist movement Zainab Sahlani stressed that the Iraqi government is obliged to implement the parliament's decision to set a timetable for the removal of foreign troops from the country, before the date of parliamentary elections in May.

 
Shiite alliances are divided over the foreign presence. At a time when a coalition of state law is demanding the withdrawal of foreign forces, parties in the al-Abbadi's alliance of victory are reserving reservations, and these parties believe that the danger of organizing the terrorist's call is not yet over. 

The political analyst Ali al-Badri said that the issue of escalating differences within and outside the alliances is normal two months before the elections, pointing out that the election campaign in Iraq began earlier this time, and carried with it differences and means of rivalry and rivalry implemented by the parties towards each other. 

According to reports, al-Badri is likely to continue these differences, until the elections, after which a new marathon is launched to form the next government.



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