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    Post by Rocky Sat 27 Oct 2018, 1:59 am

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    A political source said on Saturday that the dispute between the reform and construction blocs is still continuing on the candidate for the post of Interior Minister Faleh al-Fayyad, who was unable to replace the new Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi in the parliament after the veto imposed by the leader of the Sadrist movement And support of the alliance of Sason, Moqtada al-Sadr.

    The source quoted the Middle East as saying that "Faleh al-Fayadh is a candidate for the building block, especially the opening led by Hadi al-Amiri, and is still insisting on it, while Sadr continues to reject him without giving reasons."

    He added that "the Sadrists did not declare a position against the Fayadh, who seems to have been rewarded in this post after the split from the victory coalition led by Haider Abadi, a part of the Alliance of reform, which was preparing itself to be a major bloc if not split Fayadh and a large number of deputies victory.

    "This, on the other hand, led to Abadi's lack of chance in a second term, which Washington strongly supported."

    In the opinion of the informed source that "in the event of disagreement over the internal portfolio and the insistence of the coalition building on Fayadh sole candidate and rejected Sadr, the consensus that led to the coming Adel Abdul Mahdi, a compromise candidate and led to the formation of the government, threatened to break.

    The new Iraqi Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, said he kept the internal and defense portfolios of the proxy until the political blocs decided on the candidates for these two portfolios.

    Abdul-Mahdi issued a decree ordering him to fill these two ministries in person, while other ministers held the remaining ministries, which the parliament refused to pass on to candidates: higher education, culture, education, justice, immigration and displaced persons.


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