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Sadr welcomes the resignation of Abdul Mahdi and calls for a referendum to choose the alternative

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Sadr welcomes the resignation of Abdul Mahdi and calls for a referendum to choose the alternative Empty Sadr welcomes the resignation of Abdul Mahdi and calls for a referendum to choose the alternative

Post by rocky Fri 29 Nov 2019, 1:25 pm


Sadr welcomes the resignation of Abdul Mahdi and calls for a referendum to choose the alternative

18:53 - 29/11/2019



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The leader of the Sadrist movement [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , on Friday, welcomed the resignation of Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , suggesting that the nomination of the alternative prime minister through a referendum.
Al-Sadr said in a statement carried: "Thank God, thank the rebels, thank you for reference, thank everyone who supported and supported the Prime Minister has resigned and thank God .. It is the first fruits of the revolution and not the last, but to know that his resignation does not mean the end of corruption."
In his statement, al-Sadr made proposals, the first of which is that the prime minister's nomination should be through a popular referendum on five candidates, and the referendum funds are placed in the streets of protests. Who spoiled and who will spoil. ”
He also suggested that "the new prime minister chooses his cabinet far away from parties, blocs and militias, and away from sectarian, partisan, nationalist and factional quotas and the like, as well as activating the role of the judiciary and away from the bickering of the parliament, whose members are no less corrupt than the government."
He advised the leader of the Sadrist movement, "Anyone who sympathizes with us within the dome of parliament not to involve himself in the formation of the government only by voting with conviction and taking the opinion of the people directly and independent supervision is not corrupt," stressing the need to "continue peaceful demonstrations and not retreat .. and deal firmly with all who take Violence by demonstrators or against them, through the security forces of the army and police exclusively.
"We ask friendly countries and others to give the Iraqis a chance to decide their fate," Sadr concluded.
Earlier on Friday, Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] announced that he would resign from parliament to parliament.


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