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    Post by Rocky Sat 14 Jul 2018, 1:56 am

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    "The current competition for the post of Iraqi Prime Minister is between Tareq Najm, a senior leader of the Dawa Party, and Faleh Fayyad, national security adviser, after the decline of the chances of the outgoing Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi and the leader of the Fatah alliance Hadi al-Amiri.
    The source told the Middle East that while the star of a compromise candidate appears to be acceptable to several parties, including General Qassem Soleimani, Fayyad has two advantages. First, he is acceptable to both Iran and the United States, while Najm does not have much of a chance with the Americans.
    "The religious source in Najaf has a positive attitude from Tariq Najm, and he communicates with the reference, while the space of the movement of Fayadh on the reference is limited, and this is very important to resolve the case, in addition to the fact that Tareq Najm is one of those who opposed the former regime from abroad, While Fayyad is an opponent of the interior, in addition to the personal characteristics of the two, since at a time when the star appears sharp, the personality of Fayyad is flexible ».
    On the mechanism that can resolve the nomination of any of the two men in the event did not increase the chances of Abadi and Amiri to compete, the source informed that «Tarek Najm needs to be resolved by the Dawa Party, while Faleh Fayadh coalition with the victory led by Abadi now and has 9 seats needs to The consensus here and there to increase its shares in the competition for the post from the points needed by the candidate for this position and more than forty points ».
    And on the other parties outside the Shiite house, the source says that «there is coordination between the Baghdad Alliance led by Jamal Karbouli and the Dawa Party in addition to the possibility of alliance with the Kurdistan Democratic Party, while the mass (decision) led by Osama Nujaifi belonging to Khamis Al-Khanjar tend to Fayadh, "Abadi and Ameri are still subject to internal and external conflicts. Abadi still enjoys American and Arab support, which makes him a difficult figure so far. Al Amiri is betting on the disintegration of the insider's woes so that his shares will increase, even though they have fallen a lot because of the American veto."
    On the other hand, the source confirmed that the visit by a joint delegation of coalition «State of law» led by Nuri al-Maliki, «the conquest» led by Amiri, the Kurdistan region recently resulted in an unexpected convergence of the «state law», specifically with the Democratic Party Kurdistan and its leader Massoud Barzani.
    While denied «what was leaked in the form of a document signed between the leader of the coalition of the rule of law Hassan al-Senaid, and the secretary of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Fazil Mirani, on the formation of the largest bloc for concessions from the parties», he confirmed his knowledge «on what was agreed between the parties, Which represents a major development, especially Barzani confirmed his willingness to work together to close the page of the past, especially the repercussions of what happened after the referendum.
    He added that «Barzani expressed his displeasure at the actions taken by Prime Minister Haider Abadi after the sixteenth of October (2017), in terms of control of government forces on Kirkuk and the disputed areas, making the rapprochement with Abadi excluded», adding that what was agreed As part of the requirements of work during the next phase is «the abolition of the presidential system in the Kurdistan Region and turn it into a parliamentary system in which the Prime Minister is accountable to the Parliament of the region».
    But the former member of the Iraqi parliament for the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Majid Shankali, stressed that «all the talk of an agreement to form (the largest bloc) is not accurate before the ratification of the election results», noting that «the meetings conducted by a delegation (state law) (Fatah) in the region has been positive and can form the ground for future understandings, but all this is linked to us Kurdish demands legitimate and constitutional, which do not conclude any agreement with any party unless resolved this matter in accordance with written guarantees ».
    In a related context, while conflicting news about the conditions of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, which supports the alliance, "Saron," denied the leader of the Islamic Dawa Party, Jassem Mohammed Jaafar, the existence of such a condition, and said in a statement that «the news that al-Sadr's demand to exit Abadi of the Dawa Party, is incorrect, Sadr did not ask Abadi so ordered, and the two sides did not discuss the issue of the second mandate, or anything related to the post of prime minister ».
    He added that the leader of the Dawa Party that «in the case of Sadr's request so ordered from Abadi, will certainly be Abadi's response is rejection, and this is confirmed more than once during our party meetings».



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