[size=36]Al-Alawi: The Prime Minister cannot be passed without a US-Iranian agreement[/size]
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, Iraqi thinker and politician Hassan Al-Alawi confirmed on Thursday that the prime minister cannot be passed without an American-Iranian agreement.
Al-Alawi said, "Without a US-Iranian consensus, it is difficult to pass a new Iraqi Prime Minister because of the different circumstances, facts and the nature of the conflict between the two parties."
Al-Alawi added, "Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi is an Iranian fancy; but he was unable to persuade even many of the forces close to Iran, because he did not come across the known consensus." Iran has a great influence in Iraq, which has withdrawn from its influence in Iraq, as the Soleimani killing has changed many equations in Iraq and the region, and thus things have become more complicated even in terms of passing a prime minister.
He explained that "the passing of an Iraqi prime minister is linked to external factors; not only internal."
On the ongoing efforts to return Adel Abdul-Mahdi, Al-Alawi said that "Adel Abdul-Mahdi is not a leader; rather, he is a soldier who commands the matter of the power to which he belongs, but he is neither aggressive nor vengeful and also not bold in making decisions, while we need a bold man in making decisions." Ended A / 29 43