A deputy for him: Al-Fateh did not endorse Al-Asadi's nomination as prime minister
13:01 - 01/26/2020
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The deputy of the Al-Fateh coalition, Sana al-Moussawi, denied on Sunday that there was an agreement, or an agreement similar to the political blocs, especially the Shiites, on specifying a specific figure for the position of prime minister, indicating that the Al-Fateh coalition did not adopt or refer to the support of Abdel-Ghani Al-Asadi's candidacy.
Moussawi said in a statement to the "information", "The statements of some MPs that there is a near agreement between the political blocs on one or more names for the position of Prime Minister is incorrect."
She added that she “is in constant contact and following up on discussions and dialogues of the political blocs and these dialogues are still hazy regarding agreeing to choose one or more specific personalities, especially the Shi’ite political blocs concerned with the handover of the President of the Republic to whom he will be assigned”, noting that “the Al-Fateh coalition did not adopt or indicate support for Abdel’s nomination.” The rich man for close security and distant security. ”
The deputy of the Al-Fateh coalition, Fadel Jaber, revealed in a previous statement to “Information”, a semi-final agreement for the political blocs to name one of the four candidates for the prime minister if the President of the Republic Barham Salih arrived in Baghdad, indicating that Abdul-Ghani Al-Asadi is the strongest of the four, where he entered strongly to compete . Ended in / 25 pm