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Saudi newspaper: The table turned on Abadi after losing Sadr's support

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Post by rocky Sun 09 Sep 2018, 1:51 am


Saudi newspaper: The table turned on Abadi after losing Sadr's support 

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Information / Baghdad ..
The newspaper "Middle East" Saudi Arabia, on Sunday, that the table turned on Prime Minister Haider Abadi after the recent events in the province of Basra, noting that he no longer enjoys the support of one after losing the support of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr.
The newspaper said in a report that was seen by (information), "The table turned on the outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi, with the demands of the two main lists that won the legislative elections last May to resign his government, following an extraordinary session of parliament to discuss the crisis in the Southern Basra. "
"Ebadi, who was counting on his political alliance with Sadr's coalition led by Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to form the largest bloc, and therefore calling it a second term, finds himself in a difficult position."
The newspaper said in its report that "it was not only Sadr, but Abadi also lost the second largest winner of the elections, the alliance" open "led by Hadi al-Ameri. Ending / 25

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