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    Political: America is trying to gather the largest number of political parties to support Abadi

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    Post by Rocky Thu Aug 30, 2018 4:30 am


    Political: America is trying to gather the largest number of political parties to support Abadi

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    Information / Baghdad
    The political analyst, Juma al-Atwani, said Wednesday that the United States and through its envoy McGurk seeks to gather as many politicians as possible in Iraq to support Haider Abadi and get him to the post of prime minister again.
    Al-Atwani said in a statement to Al-Maaloumah that the American side has great fear of what the next government will assume, referring to the confusing political situation in Iraq, especially regarding the formation of the largest bloc.
    "The United States and its envoy to Iraq, Brett McGuck, is trying to bring together more parties to support Abadi and bring him to power again," he said.
    "Haider al-Abadi represents the right man for the American plans that he drew for Iraq and the region."
    The United States has moved unprecedentedly through its ambassador in Baghdad, Douglas Soliman and her envoy Brett McGurk to persuade some new MPs to join the list of slaves or support Abadi in the formation of the largest bloc and get the prime minister again. End 25 n

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