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It comes at a time when the parliament is trying to pass a crucial decision on the elections that may be up to the level of legislation to repeal it, or to manually count and count by at least 5 percent and cancel the vote abroad, in an effort that observers see as a goal to rebalance balances, Sadr and outgoing Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi, who leads the alliance, "victory", the political scene through the results obtained, and their occupation ranked first and third in a row, and prevent their alliance to form the largest bloc.
During the past few days, intensive consultations have been held between various political parties and parties on the formulation of a formula aimed at forming the largest bloc. The alliance between the "Surun" and "Al-Nasr" is in sharp conflict with the "Al-Fateh" coalition led by Hadi Al-Ameri and the "State of Law" led by Nuri al-Maliki, began to come out publicly, both in the attempts to break up the coalition, "victory", to announce the withdrawal of the party It is the "Virtue Party," which has been denied, or attempts to "conquer" the temptation of other parties to his side, in order to qualify him to win seats to outperform the "Suron", putting him in first place.
But the Kurdish MP in the Iraqi parliament Masoud Haidar, a former leader of the Movement for Change, believes that "despite the current divisions in Kurdistan, all indicators confirm that the Kurds will come to Baghdad with one delegation and one vision when the talks are serious," noting that "the current atmosphere of negotiations Nothing is different from the negotiations that were held to form the previous governments. "
"It is essential that we have a vision in Iraq about the importance of positive opposition to start building a proper political process," Haydar said. "However, talking seriously may be too early. The Kurds, like other Iraqi forces, need to reorganize their papers, Especially between the Patriotic Union and the Kurdistan Democratic. "
And on whether the Kurds support a certain candidate for prime minister, Haidar said that "
As for the circulation of some names to fill this position, Haider said: "Such things have not been discussed so far, and therefore all that is raised is information balloons."
A political source, describing the first and refused to disclose his name, has revealed yesterday the most prominent names nominated for the post of prime minister of the next, said in a statement that "the most likely personalities are Haidar Abadi (the current prime minister and head of the political bureau of the Dawa Party), and then Faleh Fayyad ( (Former leader of the Sadrist movement, former deputy speaker of parliament), and Mohammed Shiaa al-Sudani (Minister of Labor and Social Affairs leader of the party advocates of Iraq - Khudair Khuzai wing).
He added that "
The nomination of Jaafar al-Sadr by the Sadrists is a surprise, especially that the latter boycotted the political process after his candid victory in the 2010 elections for the list of state law headed by Nuri al-Maliki.
The source added that "Saleh al-Hasnawi (former health minister, the candidate of Iraq last year for the post of director general of UNESCO) will be a strong candidate, if the alliance succeeds to form the largest bloc, being a moderate and acceptable by all parties, and the same applies to Dia Asadi (Head of the political bureau of the Sadrist movement). "