A newspaper in London: It seems that the resignation placed in the pocket, "Abdul Mahdi" will come out soon[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
LONDON (Reuters) - Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdulmahdi has hinted at his resignation, which he has always said he holds in his pocket, in an effort to contain mounting political pressure on him, before naming candidates. To fill 8 bags left in his government are close . "
The newspaper said that "the political conflict over the remaining portfolios of the government of Abdul-Mahdi, especially the Ministries of Defense and Interior, reached an unprecedented level and turned into an auction, and Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi told President Barham Salih that the continued political pressure exerted by various parties will prompt him to submit his resignation because he is pessimistic about the chances of success available to his government, in light of the complexities of completion , "noting that" the negotiations are no longer focused on the Mahdi alone, but became home more, ie , they spin between the political forces to exchange bags and replace candidates away from the head of government That a political Trava Sunni offered $ 50 million US dollars partners, for a waiver of the defense portfolio in the political confrontation raging between the national coalition leader Iyad Allawi, the leader of the solution Jamal Karbouli, on the defense portfolio, the details leaked to the public and has become a file embarrassing whatHas caused great embarrassment to Abdul Mahdi, who is classified among Iraqi politicians away from political deals suspicious of what he showed in front of the Arab and Iraqi views of the opportunistic political appearance, which left the choice of ministers of the government to the political blocs, sells them and buys, just to ensure his stay in his position as prime minister indicates that The severity of criticism received by Abdul-Mahdi in the media, which has increased recently because of reports that refer to the sale and purchase in ministerial positions. " Finished