Al-Zamili: A surprising candidate to head the government and appoint him next week[/rtl]
[rtl]Editing Date: 1/21/2020 0:20 • 318 times read[/rtl]
The Sadrist leader, the governor of Zamili, revealed a surprising candidate to head the government and assign him next week.
Al-Zamili said in televised remarks broadcast tonight that "there is a movement to nominate the prime minister and assign him, and presented 5 personalities to the president of the republic, some of them serious personalities and independent ones of them [Ali Shukri, Mustafa al-Kazemi and Muhammad Allawi]," refusing to disclose "the name of a sudden candidate to head the next government."
He added that "the President of the Republic will not settle the name of the candidate today because of the continuing disagreement over the nomination," announcing "the appointment of a prime minister in the coming week," noting that "the candidate who corresponds to the American, Iranian, and neighboring countries of Iraq is the most fortunate."
Al-Zamili added, "Others are officially announcing that he is not related to the nomination, but the publicly accepted will vote on it. The conquest started with the nomination of names and sent to the President of the Republic, and we will have the last opinion on the nominated candidate," stressing.
He explained that "the demands of the demonstrators are simple; but their neglect and ignorance and betting on open time led to public escalation and their results came by closing the roads and tightening the noose on people," blaming the parties, political blocs and the government "everything that happens today to delay them resolving the election law to start the procedures of early elections."
He continued, "The Sadrist movement is supportive of peaceful demonstrations, and demonstrations are an arena for all Iraqis and most of the demonstrators are from the poor street, and our representatives are legislators only and do not have powers to serve the citizen," referring to "the role of large and influential countries by pushing groups lurking and moving the street and planning, to mix the cards."
Al-Zamili pointed out, "The Sadrist movement has real information and data about the infiltrators and the parties behind them, and it has been presented to the security services." "The Americans," after hurting Iraq and striking the brigade of the popular crowd, targeting the deputy chief of the popular crowd martyr Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis and in the land of Baghdad, its forces cannot remain in the territories. Iraq, and the House of Representatives announced its decision by the parliamentary majority to leave the occupier, and do not exclude the imposition of sanctions on Iraq.
He stated that "the resigned prime minister, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, was controlled by a certain party, and he chose bad ministers," denying "the role of the Sadrist movement and its impact on Health Minister Alaa Alwan in submitting his resignation."
On the millionth demonstration called by the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, to denounce the American presence, Al-Zamili explained, "Next Friday, January 24, large masses of governorates will go to the capital Baghdad, and there will be a unified Iraqi decision, and you will find that the people of Tahrir Square, Al-Haboubi, Najaf, Wasit and Dhi Qar and Najaf at the forefront of the demonstrators. "
Al-Zamili concluded by saying, "There will be coordination committees to prevent the entrance of the intruders, there will be no cutting off of roads, and they will all be clear to the people."
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