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    Abadi's policy : Fayyad does not represent victory and we will discuss it on behalf of the coalition

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    Abadi's policy : Fayyad does not represent victory and we will discuss it on behalf of the coalition Empty Abadi's policy : Fayyad does not represent victory and we will discuss it on behalf of the coalition

    Post by Rocky Mon 03 Sep 2018, 2:14 am

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    Shafaq News / Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that Faleh al-Fayadh is no longer the coalition of victory he heads, in an emphasis on the split of the former head of the crowd who was dismissed from office. 
    Abadi said during a meeting with a number of journalists in Baghdad, "Faleh al-Fayadh does not represent a coalition of victory and we will ask him to speak on behalf of the coalition." 
    And announced "key leaders" in the coalition of Nasr headed by Haid al-Abadi, the nomination of Faleh al-Fayadh to head the Iraqi government. 
    The nomination follows a decision by Abadi to exempt Fayyad from the presidency of the Popular Lobby and the National Security Adviser "for his involvement in political and party work and his desire to address political affairs, which is contrary to the sensitive security tasks he carries out." According to a government statement.
    Fayadh, who belongs to the Dawa party, has been the national security adviser since 2011, replacing Sheikh Saif. Despite the legal ban, Fayyad set up a "tender movement" to enter the contest in May. 
    Abadi was in the celebration of "victory over the da'ash" held at the headquarters of the National Security in December last year, has expressed his resentment of turning the "device" to the Directorate of tribal and sectarian, and called for the removal of the security services of political and sectarian partisan and tribal. 
    Special sources pointed out that the differences between Abadi and Fayyad may lead to an earthquake in the victory alliance led by Abadi, who won 42 parliamentary seats in the recent legislative elections.
    The sources indicated that Abbadi will lose about 30 seats of his coalition, in the event of a mass withdrawal, led by Faleh al-Fayadh, who heads the "Ata" bloc in the list of victory, as well as deputies belonging to the Virtue Party and others. 
    According to the sources, the deputies retracted, will join the endeavors led by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to form the largest bloc. 
    It is noteworthy that al-Maliki recently met with Fayhal Fayyad to discuss the next political map, and his candidacy for the premiership of the next government by the alliance of Fatah and the rule of law.



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