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Urgent policy .. Abadi announced his response to Sistani and non-adherence to the premiership


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Urgent policy .. Abadi announced his response to Sistani and non-adherence to the premiership

Post by rocky on Thu 13 Sep 2018, 11:34 am

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(Reuters) - Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi has responded to the reference to Ali al-Sistani, who has announced his refusal to support his candidacy for power in previous years. 
"We have built a professional army that protects all of us and prevented us from dividing and uniting the country, liberating Iraq from the oppressors, spreading state authority over all regions, preserving national wealth, smashing sectarian walls and reconciling our external relations," Abadi said in an interview after a cabinet meeting. 
He added, "This force we have and these are some of the impossible results from the point of view of others and these signs of our strength, which we are proud of and achieved, without clinging to power, but we abide by the constitutional procedures and respect the directives of the Supreme Religious Reference and respond to them, our project is a national Iraqi not eastern or western and look forward to complete and consolidate For the benefit of all Iraqis. "
A statement attributed to a source close to Sistani, published by the official website of the supreme Shiite authority in Iraq, said the religious authority did not support the next prime minister if he was chosen from those who were in power in the past years. 
He added that the nomination of the Prime Minister is one of the powers of the largest bloc under the Constitution and not others to reject the candidate, "noting that" was chosen a new face of competence and integrity, courage and firmness, it will be possible to communicate with him and advise him on the interests of the country, "without disclosure. 
The leader of the alliance, "Saron" Sabah al-Saadi, said that Sistani refuses to take both Abadi, Maliki, and Hadi al-Amiri, leader of the Fatah Alliance, and Faleh Fayyad, former head of the popular crowd, and Tareq Najm (close to Maliki and his adviser), the next prime minister.
Maliki has been prime minister for two consecutive terms until 2014, since the elections in Iraq in 2006 after the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, and his successor in the post of prime minister and the end of the mandate and waiting for another new formation in the coming weeks. 
The two parties are competing for the formation of the largest bloc in parliament, which will be charged with forming the new government. Both parties claim to have a majority. Alliance "victory" with 42 seats. 
While the second is led by Hadi al-Ameri, leader of the "Al-Fatah" alliance, which won 48 seats, and Maliki, leader of the coalition, "State of Law," which won 26 seats.
Iraq's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, on Friday called for reform of the political situation in Baghdad and a halt to violence against demonstrators after days of protests that saw the city of Basra in southern Iraq.


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