Learn the truth about Abadi's nomination as prime minister
A member of the Al-Nasr coalition, Ayat Al-Muzaffar, denied the reports that the head of the coalition, Haider [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] nominated as prime minister, and described it as unfair.
Muzaffar said in statements that "Al-Abadi and since the beginning of the protests called for the selection of an independent figure to head the government, and that the fabrication of such news aimed to undermine the credibility of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and his principled positions."
Noting that "Al-Abadi is a statesman concerned with reforming the system and the safety of the people away from cheap political competition."
And ended, last Thursday, the constitutional deadline to assign a candidate to form the next government, but the Presidency of the Republic says that yesterday, Sunday, was the last day of the deadline and ended midnight last night, without counting the holidays within the official deadline.
The protesters forced the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi to resign in early December, and they insist on the departure and accountability of all political elites accused of corruption and wasting state funds.
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