[size=52]Victory reveals the truth about Abadi, the chest, and the blocs supporting Zorfi[/size]
A coalition spokeswoman, Ayat Al-Mudhafar, confirmed that there was no dispute between the leader of the coalition, Haider al-Abadi, and the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, noting that there was support from Kurdish and Sunni blocs in charge of forming the government, Adnan al-Zarfi.
Al-Mudhafar said in a televised statement that "the blocs opposed to Al-Zarfi must take the country's crises into consideration," explaining that "Al-Nasr considers Al-Zorfi as a force of personality, neutrality and patriotism."
She stressed, "The rejectionist blocs should object to al-Zarfi in parliament, not the street, and al-Zarfi has relations with party leaders and his personality differs from Muhammad Allawi," noting that "al-Zarfi wants to involve protesters in his government and hold the killers accountable."
Al-Mudhafar pointed out that “the armed factions must be subject to the authority of the state, and the blocs that possess armed factions must not participate in the elections,” adding that “there is no disagreement between Al-Sadr and Al-Abadi, but a difference in views, and may unite later.”
She noted that "Al-Sadr, in his tweets, and Sunni and Kurdish blocs are supportive of al-Zarfi, and the general atmosphere promises to pass the Zarfi government in parliament."
And the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, last Tuesday commissioned Adnan Al-Zarfi to form the next Iraqi government.
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