- The head of the Al-Nasr coalition, Haidar al-Abadi, has resorted to the opposition as a means of thwarting the current government to allow him to return to the post of prime minister, which was removed after the last elections, informed political sources said on Monday.
The sources told "Al-Ghad Press" that "the head of the coalition of victory Haider Abadi wants to return to the post of prime minister from the gate of the opposition to topple the current Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi and his government, which believes Abbadi that it is run by the Sawson and Fatah and the Kurdistan Democratic Party."
"Abadi told influential political leaders in the scene that he defended his position because of the marginalization and targeting by Abdul Mahdi, who wants to obliterate and erase the achievements of Abbadi and his coalition exit victory from the coalition of reform, which is dominated by a coalition of others will be.
The sources added that "leaders of the construction coalition and high-level political figures told Abadi that they would not allow his return as prime minister even if Abdul Mahdi submitted his resignation and the religious authorities of Najaf and officials of the file of Iraq in Tehran will not allow or justify any path that wants to topple the government of Abdul Mahdi."[/size]