Deputy in the State of Law: No new pledge of allegiance to Abdul Mahdi
12:56 - 13/01/2020
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The MP for the State of Law coalition, Alia Nassif, confirmed Monday that her coalition will not yet announce its approval of a new pledge of allegiance to the outgoing Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
, noting that she put forward an idea that she personally represents by retaining Abdul-Mahdi for the transitional period specified by a time until new elections are held.
Nassif said in a statement to the "information", that "out of a sense of responsibility and the security and economic conditions that the country is going through and a huge difference between the political forces among them, as well as the street protesting against any name proposed by the political blocs as an alternative to Abdul Mahdi, the idea of maintaining [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
for the transitional period, which must be determined no later than one year until new elections are held.
She added, "It seems that the idea has received approval from some political forces, or perhaps it was originally in the thinking of some of them to get out of the crisis of naming a transitional prime minister."
Nassif explained, “The State of Law coalition always urges political forces to get out of this crisis and that it will not be opposed to any personality that is agreed upon by the Shiite forces.” Emphasizing that “the State of Law Coalition will not yet announce its official approval to renew a new pledge to the Prime Minister The resigned [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
On Sunday, former Member of Parliament Jassim Muhammad Jaafar revealed that the leader of the Al-Fateh Hadi al-Amiri coalition had failed to persuade the leader of the Sadrist movement to renew confidence for the resigned Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
, stressing that Sadr and al-Amiri would agree on another candidate. Ended in / 25 pm