[size=36]Is Abadi seeking to head the government of national rescue?[/size]
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is fast repeating the leader of the Victory Alliance, former Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, his media appearance, in conjunction with the wave of demonstrations that swept Baghdad and the central and southern provinces, which embarrassed the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi and narrowed the noose, and with each media exit for Abadi raised a number of Embarrassing questions and criticism of the government, even on the level of promises made by Abdul Mahdi to reform and fight corruption and meet the demands of the demonstrators.
While officials speak of Abadi's willingness to market himself again as prime minister of a bail-out government in the event that the current government was toppled, citing his previous four-year tenure as well-considered between 2014 and 2018, various political parties, including those close to him, assert that the man is best known An Iranian veto, similar to former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi.
According to a member of parliament who spoke in a statement to Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed newspaper, seen by Mawazine News, "The repeated appearance of former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, and increasingly, confirms his pursuit of several goals, the first of which is to hit his former opponents who helped to keep him away from the second term, most notably Faleh Fayyad, Hadi al - Amiri and Qais al - Khazali as the most prominent supporters of the government of Adel Abdul - Mahdi.
The MP, who did not disclose his name, that "the media presence heavy Abadi these days aims first to hit his opponents and secondly to stay within the image of the people closest to the trends of the Iraqi street, especially southern, as well as to appear as a prime minister ready and has experience and successful experience previously."
He pointed out that "five or six statements and meetings per week for any Iraqi politician from the first line means that it is not a coincidence, but steps studied in advance."
Abadi's tone in his remarks and proposals, threatens the survival of the current government, where he recently called for "early elections and amendment of the election law, and the release of detainees from the demonstrators," stressing in new statements on Monday, that parties participating in the elections must "pledge to form a government Independent and end the quota, and that the new elected government offers comprehensive reform packages to build the state. "
He also called for "an apology to the people, the release of detainees from the demonstrators and stop the pursuit operations, and to ensure compensation and rehabilitation of individuals and media institutions, while ensuring the right to peaceful demonstration and expression of opinion," stressing "the formation of an independent judicial court to resolve corruption and call for early parliamentary elections Its ceiling should not exceed 2020, with the election law amended. "
According to observers, Abadi's remarks could be a major pressure factor, especially since the man has a lot of information on the files of corruption and violations of humanitarian and legal committed in the past years and related to personalities that are now the site of rivalry, including the current Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.
The writer and political researcher Ahmed al-Hamdani, according to the newspaper, that the failure to respond to Abadi despite the escalation and raise the ceiling of criticism of the government "may be to avoid the government to provoke him more because he has files can raise the curse of the Iraqi street on this government if disclosed."
Al-Hamdani pointed out that Abadi won in his statements these different segments of the Iraqi street with the start of the "surge of demonstrations," but added, "remains the Iranian actor in Iraq is the most important and apparently the Iranians do not want to deal with Abadi as prime minister again."
MP Saber Taloubi, said that the political blocs will find an alternative to Abdul-Mahdi, if he resigns, "but this will not happen for many reasons," commenting on the return of Abadi as prime minister that "the country does not bear the return of the prime minister Abadi will not return again, "he told local media.
Leaks to the existence of talks have not yet risen to be serious negotiations between several political blocs, including the "coalition of victory" led by Haider al-Abadi, to form a new coalition within the parliament in order to create a new equilibrium to pressure the current government, as well as preparing to enter the provincial elections Scheduled in April next year in the form of alliances understand to win local governments, especially cities in the south and center of the country, which is the largest electoral weight of political forces in Iraq.
All this comes at a time when Abdul Mahdi's government seeks to calm the demonstrations, through promises made, are now known as reform packages, and the majority are limited to decisions related to the demonstrators, such as jobs and soft loans and financing of small and medium enterprises, the distribution of residential land, rehabilitation of stalled factories, and the launch of financial grants For the unemployed, the judiciary reviewed cases of corruption in the state, with the Prime Minister's consultations continuing for a second cabinet reshuffle on his government.