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On Friday, the Sadrist movement's political body denied that a member of the Sadrist bloc's negotiating team, Nassar al-Rubaie, had made a statement about the nature of the next government and the prime minister, to the official news agency.
The media office of the political body said in a statement, "What was reported in the media is incorrect regarding the nature of the next government, and we call on the media to adhere to the correct controls in publishing news and to adopt official sources, especially at this sensitive stage."
The statement added, "Nassar al-Rubaie did not meet with any media outlet, and we will file a lawsuit against false websites that promote false news."
And the official news agency quoted, earlier today, the head of the political body of the Sadrist movement and a member of the negotiating committee, Nassar al-Rubaie, on Friday, his comment on the next stage, stressing that the new government will not be subject to political consensus and its head from the movement.
Al-Rubaie said, according to the official agency, that "the next government is not consensual, and it will be a government governed by political parties and not subject to political consensus, so that it will be a problem of all components, and the opposition will be from all components."
He pointed out that "the Sadrist movement will turn the partisan right into a national entitlement," stressing that "the Sadrist bloc will announce it frankly that their candidate for prime minister is from the Sadrist movement."
He continued, "The next government is directly responsible for the Sadrist movement and bears all the failures," before this was denied by the Sadrist movement's political body.
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