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US center: Abadi was Washington's favorite candidate but lost his last chance

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US center: Abadi was Washington's favorite candidate but lost his last chance

Post by rocky on Thu 13 Sep 2018, 6:54 am


US center: Abadi was Washington's favorite candidate but lost his last chance

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Washington's favorite candidate for prime minister, lost his last chance in the second term because of unrest in Basra province, the Global Research Center said on Thursday.
The center said in a report that "while the people of Basra demonstrated to demand legitimate issues such as water, electricity, jobs and infrastructure, the Mandates groups sponsored by foreign agendas in the demonstrators burned offices, ambulances, government buildings and a school linked to the popular crowd and others. Groups against US policy. "
He added that "these events forced Mr. Moqtada al-Sadr to drop his partner Haider Abadi and put an end to his political work, where he sought to distance himself from the events in Basra to drop the blame on Abadi alone and joined the winning blocs," noting that "the events of Basra counterproductive for For the slaves and the chest. "
"The presence of pro-US or pro-Saudi elements among the demonstrators contributed to the burning of ambulances, attacks on hospitals belonging to the popular crowd, and a direct attack against the Iranian diplomatic consulate," said a political decision-maker in Basra who declined to be named.
The Center asked: "After the end of Abadi's chances as a candidate for prime minister Will the United States accept failure in its efforts to control Iraq? Will the United States support Mesopotamia in its war against Dahesh, or will it allow anyone who once again created an oppressor to destabilize the country? " Ending / 25 z

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