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    Reuters: Princes of the Al Saud are preparing to cut the throne route to Bin Salman

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    Post by Rocky Tue 20 Nov 2018, 3:07 am

    Reuters: Princes of the Al Saud are preparing to cut the throne route to Bin Salman

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    quoted by Reuters from 3 sources close to the Saudi Royal Court, that members of the ruling family in Saudi Arabia are seeking to prevent the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman take over the throne of the country, after the killing of Jamal Khashoggi . 

    Scores of princes and cousins ​​from powerful branches of the ruling Saud family want to see a change in the succession line, but they will not act as long as King Salman, the 82-year-old father of the crown prince, is still alive, the sources told Reuters. They realize that it is unlikely that the king will turn against his favorite son, known in the West as MbS.
    However, these princes discuss with other family members the post-death period of the current king, and the possibility of the installation of his brother Prince Ahmed bin Abdul Aziz, 76, the king of the country, a full brother of King Salman and the current Crown Prince, and can receive The throne is legitimate, according to sources. 

    A Saudi source told the agency that Prince Ahmed, King Salman's only surviving brother, would receive the support of the royal family, the security services and some Western powers.

    Prince Ahmed returned to Riyadh last October after spending two and a half months abroad. During his trip outside the kingdom, he seemed to criticize the Saudi leadership when he responded to demonstrators outside his London residence chanting the fall of the Al Saud family. He was one of only three members of the al-Bayha, a council of senior members of the ruling family, who opposed Mohammed bin Salman becoming crown prince in 2017, two Saudi sources at the time said. 

    Reuters was unable to reach Prince Ahmed or his representatives for comment. Officials in Riyadh did not respond to IAEA requests to comment on succession issues.

    The Saudi royal family of Saudi Arabia consists of hundreds of princes. But unlike typical European monarchies, there is no spontaneous succession from father to eldest son. Instead, tribal traditions in the kingdom dictate that the king and senior family members from each branch choose the heir they consider the best to lead the country. 

    Senior US officials have captured Saudi advisers in recent weeks that they will support Prince Ahmad, who was deputy interior minister for nearly 40 years, as a possible successor to King Salman, according to Saudi sources familiar with the consultations. 

    Saudi sources said they were confident that Prince Ahmed would not change or reverse any social or economic reforms undertaken by current Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and would respect existing military procurement contracts, especially from the United States, and restore the unity of the ruling family. 

    But a senior US official told ReutersThe White House is not in a hurry to distance itself from the current crown prince, despite pressure from lawmakers, and the CIA's assessment of Mohammed bin Salman's involvement in ordering the murder of opposition journalist Khashoggi, although the position of Donald Trump's administration May change as soon as the president receives a final report on the intelligence killing. 

    The official also said that the White House noted that King Salman stood by his son during his speech in Riyadh on Monday to members of the Shura Council, meaning that the king was still adhering to his son's heir to his throne. 

    The Crown Prince did not know anything about the Khashoggi killing and did not take part in it, the public prosecutor said.

    Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, when asked about media reports that the US intelligence agency believes Saudi Crown Prince Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered Khashoggi's death, said such allegations were "completely groundless and categorically rejected." 

    President Trump said on Saturday it was "too early" to charge Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman with ordering Khashoggi's death, based on a CIA assessment but "possible" and said he would get a full report on the case on Tuesday. 

    The Saudi sources said US officials have been in contact with Mohammed Bin Salman recently, not only because of his suspected role in Khashoggi's death, but because they were surprised that the Crown Prince recently urged the Saudi defense ministryto explore alternative arms supplies from Russia.

    In a letter dated May 15, seen by Reuters, the Crown Prince asked the Defense Department "to focus on acquiring and training weapons systems and equipment in the most critical areas," including Russian anti-air missile systems of the S-400, .



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