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    Sources: Abdul-Mahdi cost Hamid al-Ghazi to the post of Secretary-General of the Council of Minister

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    Sources: Abdul-Mahdi cost Hamid al-Ghazi to the post of Secretary-General of the Council of Minister Empty Sources: Abdul-Mahdi cost Hamid al-Ghazi to the post of Secretary-General of the Council of Minister

    Post by Rocky Sun 28 Oct 2018, 2:23 am

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    Sources: Abdul-Mahdi cost Hamid al-Ghazi to the post of Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers

    Informed political sources said Sunday that the head of the Dhi Qar provincial council Hamid al-Ghazi was appointed as secretary general of the cabinet.
    The sources said in an interview with «Journal News» that "the Prime Minister returned Abdul Mahdi intends to make fundamental changes in government positions and decision-maker," while it is likely that "the decision to install Ghazi is not final and with him several candidates for important positions under study."
    She added that "the alliance of Souron is to support the nomination of the President of the Council of Dhi Qar, Hamid al-Ghazi, for the post of Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers."
    The Iraqi parliament gave confidence late Wednesday night part of the government, which included the names of 14 ministers, including ministers of foreign affairs, finance and oil.
    Abd al-Mahdi was sworn in with 14 ministers who won parliament's confidence among the 21.

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