The acceleration of political developments in Iraq has raised many questions about imposing a vision on the new ministerial structure, which includes Barham Salih as President of the Republic and Adel Abdul Mahdi, charged with forming the new government.
According to the sources, the priorities will be set by the official to form a government, Adel Abdul Mahdi, the most important is to move from building power to building the state, ie the return of powers and activate the Council of Ministers and the activation of the Council of the Union.
The sources added that "the new government headed by Abdul Mahdi will work on the transition from militarization to preventive security, the activation of international agreements and restore confidence between the components of one people."
The sources say that "one of the priorities of the government is to resolve the economic identity of Iraq, that is to work to transfer wealth from the monopoly state to the working community and to maximize services instead of providing them and activate local governments and the hand and power.
"Reconstruction is a necessity and not a necessity for the new government through the establishment of the Council for Reconstruction," she said.
In the same context, observers see that the leak from the adoption of Muqtada al-Sadr, the nomination of Abdel-Mahdi to this site, may be a guarantee to the Prime Minister-designate to protect him from partisan pressure, especially with Sadr's declared desire to form a new government, away from political affiliations.
Iraqi politicians say that "Sadr's presence in the production equation of Abdul Mahdi, may give him a clear opportunity to form his government, with minimal external pressure."
For his part, the former deputy and Judge Wael Abdul Latif adds that "Adel Abdul Mahdi will work to form a government serving the economy of Iraq, provided that the selection of cabinet cabins without indicating the parties by."
The former deputy, told the Journal News that "Abdul Mahdi will go to economic solutions to Iraq."
An hour after his election as President of the Republic (Sunday, October 02, 2018) by Parliament, Barham Salih formally assigned Adel Abdul Mahdi as prime minister, and the latter has a deadline of 30 days to form his government.
Abdul Mahdi, 76, returns to a political family. His father was a minister and a deputy in the Senate of Iraq during the reign of King Faisal I.
He completed his studies in France and then went to Syria and Lebanon. During his travels and studies, he adopted many ideas and ideologies, including nationalism and socialism, even to reflect on Islamic thought.
Abdul Mahdi served as the Ministry of Finance in the government of Iyad Allawi, and included positions until he became Vice-President Jalal Talabani, and submitted his resignation due to political differences.
According to the Iraqi constitution, Abdul Mahdi has 30 days to choose the composition of the ministry, and put it to vote on the House of Representatives.
The Mahdi had imposed conditions on the political parties before agreeing to take over the presidency of the Council of Ministers, which focused on giving him full freedom in the selection of ministers, in addition to the freedom to develop his government program and arrange its relationship with political forces as he deems appropriate, and the exclusion of partisan and political interference from government work .