Iranian Ambassador: It is too early to talk about forming a new Iraqi government[/ltr]
[ltr][rtl]Release Date: 2018/5/25 9:16[/rtl] • [rtl]88 times read[/rtl][/ltr]
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Iran's ambassador to Iraq, Erj Musjedi, has ruled out the formation of a new Iraqi government in the near future.
The official Iranian news agency IRNA quoted Masjedi as saying during a meeting with the delegation of the Kurdistan Democratic Party headed by Fadel Mirani in Baghdad that "blocs and winning parties in the elections are currently engaged in dialogues on the formation of the government and exchange views on this aspect so it is too early to talk about The formation of the new government in Iraq. "
For his part, Mirani said that "his party, and Iran have the same conviction not to rush in the new federal government."
"We listened during the meeting to the Ambassador's remarks on the ongoing dialogues between the parties and political parties to form a new Iraqi government," adding "to present the summary of our discussions, and our dialogues in Baghdad with my mosque."
"We have reached a common conviction with the ambassador that the formation of the government should not be rushed, and that dialogue between all political parties should continue to reach a resolution that serves all the Iraqi people."
The leaders and political leaders are engaged in dialogues and shuttle meetings in forming the next government after the announcement of the final results of the parliamentary elections that took place on 12 May, led by the alliance of others sponsored by the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr 54 seats followed by the Fatah alliance led by Secretary General Badr Hadi al-Amiri And then the victory coalition headed by Prime Minister Haider Abadi with 42 seats.
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