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Saudi newspaper reveals semi-American-Iranian agreement to keep Abdul-Mahdi

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Post by rocky on Thu 12 Mar 2020, 2:19 am

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  Baghdad: Sumer News, Saudi newspaper, Asharq Al-Awsat, revealed on Thursday that there is almost a US-Iranian agreement to re-assign resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to head the government again. "The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, sent a message to the Shiite leaders involved in the matter of the nomination of a new prime minister during the past two days, a message in which he urged them to reach a candidate no later than next Monday, which is the end of the two-week constitutional deadline," the newspaper said. To assign a new candidate. ” The source added, “Saleh clearly affirmed that the end of the constitutional deadline means a constitutional violation that cannot be justified under any pretext, in addition to that article 76 of the constitution gives the President of the Republic the nomination of whom he deems appropriate, regardless of the largest parliamentary bloc”, pointing out that “the president The Republic, to whom the constitution offers this option, may resort to it because it takes into account two basic issues. The first is that the position is from the share of the Shiite component, and therefore it does not want to be in any way a party to this conflict, and the second it takes into account the status of the complex composition of the Iraqi parliament that represents Different Iraqi ethnic ingredients Religious and sectarian, and therefore any candidate can not gain confidence from within Parliament unless it is agreed upon within the Parliament itself, at a time when these blocs are sharply divided because of the repercussions of the political situation.[/size]


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