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"Foreign Policy" published list of candidates for prime minister, including unexpected names

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"Foreign Policy" published list of candidates for prime minister, including unexpected names

Post by rocky on Wed May 16, 2018 9:58 am


"Foreign Policy" published list of candidates for prime minister, including unexpected names

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US foreign policy magazine Wednesday published a list of candidates for prime minister in the new Iraqi government, including unexpected names, including former health minister Saleh al-Hasnawi and former minister Ali Allawi.
"The next prime minister will be the majority of the country's Shiites, and if Abadi is not probably a relatively unknown man to both the Iraqis and the international community," the report said.
The report added that "we looked at the experience, there may be an unexpected candidate, a consensus character instead of the familiar names," stressing that "politicians and analysts spoke on condition of anonymity for the sensitivity of the subject contributed to the drafting of this shortlist of potential prime ministers in Iraq "He said.
The following are the 10 names nominated by the magazine to win the post of prime minister next:
The first candidate: the current Prime Minister Haider Abadi
The second candidate: the governor of Maysan Ali Douai Laazem, who said that the magazine is the candidate of the Sadrists for prime minister since 2014.
Third candidate: President of the Fatah Alliance and Secretary-General of the Badr Organization Hadi Amiri
The fourth candidate: Ali Allawi, who has worked for years as the Minister of Defense, Finance and Trade in Iraq and holds degrees from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The fifth candidate: former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who confirmed the magazine that it can not be completely excluded in return to the premiership.
The sixth candidate: Saleh al-Hasnawi, former Iraqi health minister, another name managed by the Sadrists for prime minister.
The seventh candidate: former oil minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.
The eighth candidate: Vice President and President of the National Coalition Iyad Allawi.
Candidate 9: Director of the Office of former Prime Minister Tareq Najm, who indicated that the magazine may appear as an acceptable candidate for prime minister.
The tenth and final candidate: Diaa al-Asadi, head of the Liberal Bloc.

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