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The Iranian Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) secretary Ali Shamkhani said on Sunday that speculation about Iran's possible names in key positions in Iraq was "part of the conspiracy of other countries that are damaging to the Iraqi people," stressing that Tehran "supports the decisions it makes. Iraqi officials. "
Shamkhani said his country had no reservations about possible options for the election of the prime minister and the president in Iraq.
He noted that Tehran "believes that the political maturity of the major groups in Iraq is the best support for the election of the President and the Prime Minister."
The promise of holding parliamentary elections in Iraq successfully and in a safe environment is an achievement for the Iraqi government in its war against terrorism.
Shamkani said that the list of those who walk (Muqtada al-Sadr) and the Fatah list (Hadi al-Ameri), who won the first and second positions in the elections are men who are known for their anti-American attitudes in Iraq. "This shows that the propaganda and psychological warfare Washington has waged to find a fake and formal coalition to fight, Urging, did not have an impact on the Iraqi people and elites. "