[size=36]Russian site: Will Iraq remain on the political map?[/size]
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, a report published by a Russian research center considered that the resignation of Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi and the speedy approval of parliament would be a victory, which would be costly for the demonstrators, especially in light of the armed forces losing their supreme leader, the loss of the Prime Minister and the entry of the country In chaos.
In a report published by the Russian "Strategic Center for Cultures", journalist Anton Vesilov said that the demonstrators demanded the dissolution of Parliament and the resignation of Iraqi President Barham Salih as soon as they succeeded in pushing Abdul-Mahdi to step down.
Veselov added that the fate of the country depends a lot on the party that will occupy the position of prime minister and how fast he can take and implement decisions, because this position is one of the decision-making centers in the country, knowing that the authority in Iraq today is similar to the badminton that players throw without any rules.
Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi had said that President Barham Salih would entrust the task of presenting a new candidate to the largest bloc in parliament, a bloc of leaders headed by Muqtada al-Sadr, who rejected this idea, saying that this task is taken care of by the people.
This forced the speaker of parliament to call on Saleh to appoint a candidate for prime minister within 15 days. Some official media reported that the Iraqi President had begun consultations with political parties to reach a consensus. Meanwhile, former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Haider al-Abadi announced their refusal to run for the position.
And there were leaks indicating the possibility of nominating former Oil Minister Ibrahim Mohamed Bahr al-Ulum to take charge of forming the new government. The writer stated that Bahr al-Ulum is well accepted by both Iran and the United States.
Tehran's calculations, which are based on the powerful Shiite lobby in Baghdad, depend on the fact that Ibrahim Bahr al-Ulum belonged to a very religious family, his father remained 25 years in exile in Iran, and the strength of his relations with influential members of the Dawa Party.
The writer mentioned that Bahr al-Ulum studied in the United States and worked in the United Kingdom with several oil companies, which enabled him to take over the Iraqi Oil Ministry portfolio earlier. Bahr al-Ulum did not make any comments regarding this nomination. In the near future, it will become clear whether this position is still required, or whether there are few memories left from Iraq. End / 29 / h