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    Bakhati: Abdul Mahdi is not at all making decisions and his dismissal will bring us back to the firs

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    Post by Rocky Fri 30 Aug 2019, 3:39 am

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    [size=55][size=35]Bakhati: Abdul Mahdi is not at all making decisions and his dismissal will bring us back to the first square
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    • [ltr] 30 August 2019 [/ltr]

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      WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi is not at all free to make decisions, he said on Friday, noting that evaluating the government's performance is difficult and his dismissal will worsen the situation as it will return Iraq to the first square. Al-Bukhati said in a press statement that "there are regional influences play a big role in the situation in Iraq, and today the Prime Minister is constrained by the interventions and the US presence, so he is not free and free decision-making." He added that "the decisions of the government stem from understandings between companies in the political process, especially those who formed the government." He pointed out that "a lot of calls began to dismiss the prime minister and there are those who say that he is not the man of the stage, so that the reference noted in more than sermon files corruption, industry, the unemployed and many others and this is evidence of dissatisfaction."[/size]


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