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    British newspaper: Abdul Mahdi and Saleh are facing great challenges

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    British newspaper: Abdul Mahdi and Saleh are facing great challenges Empty British newspaper: Abdul Mahdi and Saleh are facing great challenges

    Post by Rocky Thu 04 Oct 2018, 2:36 am

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    British newspaper: Abdul Mahdi and Saleh are facing great challenges


    The Financial Times published a report on the election of new Iraqi President Barham Salih and the appointment of Adel Abdul Mahdi to form a government.
    The latest developments represent an "attempt to end the political crisis in the country."
    "Abdul Mahdi and Saleh are considered veteran politicians in the post-Saddam Hussein era," she said.
    "People deserve to be represented by a better group of politicians and leaders," Saleh, who has a doctorate from Britain, was quoted as saying. "For the first time since 2005, the prime minister is not a member of the Dawa party.
    "Abdul Mahdi and Saleh face major challenges, including the rebuilding of dilapidated cities, the development of the public services infrastructure, and the integration of the crowd forces formed to fight the so-called" preachers, "the paper said.
    "By electing Saleh as president and appointing Abdul Mahdi as head of the ministry, they are trying to show that it will be the beginning of change," the paper quoted Iraqi analyst at the London-based Thatham House Center as saying.

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    Financial Times: Big challenges await the new Iraqi government



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    The new Iraqi government will face major challenges, noting that by electing Saleh as president and appointing Adel Abdul Mahdi as prime minister, they are trying to show that it will be the beginning of change , the Financial Times reported on Thursday . 

    "Recent developments in Iraq through the election of President Barham Saleh and theappointment of Adel Abdul Mahdi to form a government represent an attempt to end the political crisis in the country," the newspaper said in a report .

    She added that "Abdul Mahdi and Saleh are considered veterans of the veteran politicians in the post- Saddam Hussein ." "People deserve to be represented by a better group of politicians and leaders," said 

    Salih, who holds a doctorate from Britain . "For the first time since 2005, the prime minister is not a member of the Dawa party." 

    "Abdul Mahdi and Saleh are facing major challenges, including the rebuilding of dilapidated cities, the development of public service infrastructure, and the integration of militias formed to fight an oppressive organization," she said. 

    "With the election of Saleh as president and the appointment of Abd al-Mahdi as head of the ministry, they are trying to show that it will be the beginning of change," the paper quoted the Iraqi analyst at the London-based Titam House Center as saying.

    "Investors in Iraq who have suffered, say they all hope that a government will be formed quickly so that construction can start in the country," she said.




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