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    Lebanese newspaper: Saudi Arabia failed to attract Abadi and Sadr to the axis of isolation of the cr Empty Lebanese newspaper: Saudi Arabia failed to attract Abadi and Sadr to the axis of isolation of the cr

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    Lebanese newspaper: Saudi Arabia failed to attract Abadi and Sadr to the axis of isolation of the crowd

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    Information / Baghdad ..
    The newspaper "building" the Lebanese, on Saturday, that Saudi Arabia "failed" to attract Prime Minister Haider Abadi and the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, the axis of isolation of the popular crowd and the formation of a political majority in the face after the end of the parliamentary elections in Iraq.
    "The issue that has preoccupied the Saudis and the UAE is how to run parliamentary elections and electoral alliances in Lebanon and Iraq, thus providing opportunities to form a majority that will allow the resistance to be surrounded, its forces and symbols," the paper said in a report.
    "After the failure in Lebanon with the results and the immunity of the resistance through its allies and the strength of its forces, the Saudi-UAE efforts aimed at coordinated sanctions with Washington to dismantle this alliance of resistance, to touch the Lebanese irony of the effects of these sanctions, The relationship between the allies of the resistance movement Amal and the Free Patriotic Movement. "
    The newspaper pointed out that "in Iraq ended attempts to attract Prime Minister Haider Abadi to the axis of isolating the popular popular failure, especially with the risk of disintegration of the electoral bloc if he went in this option," asserting that "the title of the new government has become a consensus that includes all of their representation in the elections."
    The newspaper pointed out in its report that "Moqtada al-Sadr, who was calling for a government that excludes the coalition of" rule of law "and the bloc," the conquest, "which represents the popular crowd was forced to retreat from the calls for isolation and acceptance of participation in the government of harmony, asking to be a government of technocrats to save face. Ending / 25

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