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A political source early on Monday denied the news that the candidate Adel Abdul Mahdi was dismissed as the new prime minister of Iraq.
"On the contrary, Abdul Mahdi and in a letter addressed to some politicians confirmed his desire to become prime minister," the source told twilight news.
"Adel Abdul Mahdi, in his letter, also pointed out that all his opponents are corrupt, thieves and murderers," the political source said.
After 2003, Abdul Mahdi returned to Iraq after years of opposition and became an alternate member of the interim Governing Council.
He served as finance minister in the interim Iraqi government headed by Iyad Allawi from 2004 to 2005, before winning the 2005 legislative elections and then became vice president for the period 2006-2010.
The last post taken by Abdul-Mahdi was the Ministry of Oil, which resigned in March 2016, against the backdrop of a wave of demonstrations and sit-ins demanding reform, and decided not to participate in any future elections.
Abdul Mahdi, a former leader of the Supreme Council, has succeeded in establishing a good relationship with both Iranians and Americans in the past period, and established a network of relations with Sunni and Kurdish leaders.