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    A newspaper quoting al-Maliki: There is no problem with the ruling out of the Dawa Party

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    A newspaper quoting al-Maliki: There is no problem with the ruling out of the Dawa Party Empty A newspaper quoting al-Maliki: There is no problem with the ruling out of the Dawa Party

    Post by Rocky Tue 18 Sep 2018, 3:11 am


    A newspaper quoting al-Maliki: There is no problem with the ruling out of the Dawa Party

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    Information / Baghdad ..
    An Arab newspaper revealed on Tuesday the scenes of the meeting that brought together the leaders of the Islamic Dawa Party two weeks ago, noting that the party's secretary-general Nuri al-Maliki stressed that there is no problem with the ruling out of the invitation.
    The newspaper "Al-Akhbar" in a report seen by (information), "It is clear that the Islamic Dawa Party has lost the post of prime minister," indicating that "the two conflicting wings headed by Secretary General of the party Nuri al-Maliki, and outgoing Prime Minister Haider Abadi, "I am satisfied with his position," while the second is concerned about a loud loss. "
    The newspaper added that "the Shura of the call recognizes that the conflict removed power from its grip, so try the leaders Abdel Halim Zuhairi and Tariq Najm arrangement of the house" internal argument, "to keep the party's strong presence in the negotiations of the next government formation.
    "Al-Abbadi warned Maliki at a meeting of the party leaders two weeks ago that" the division may take power out of our hands, "calling on him to" unity to face the entitlement and stay in power, "but Maliki's answer was clear: (There is no problem in the break of governance Of the party), "noting that" Abadi shocked Maliki's response. "
    The newspaper pointed out that "Maliki, who is reluctant to run for a third term, is committed to the controls of reference, and any settlement between the parliamentary blocs." This is what his associates say, that the man will not be in the opposition, but at the heart of the political process, a participant in the government that will be formed soon, while Abadi, in contrast to the case of al-Maliki, came out of power after promises to ensure the second mandate, despite the attempts of some of his close Promotion for being a contender for prime minister. "
    The report of the newspaper that "Abadi to the basic entitlement is to mend the" victory coalition "and restructuring, and if failed to achieve this, will be a harsh scene: to get out of power and the search for allies to strengthen his presence, after the fall of the cover of the US and Iran" . Ending / 25

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