[size=30]Will Al-Maliki be Prime Minister? .. An Iraqi politician reveals new information[/size][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Shabandar said in a televised interview followed by NRT Arabia today (October 21, 2021) that "the movement called the coordination framework is not its goal to install Nuri al-Maliki for the position of prime minister," indicating that there is no intention of al-Maliki to be prime minister unless he is asked to do so.
Shabandar added that "Al-Maliki can split from the coordination framework with ease because it does not fall within an official alliance," noting that Al-Maliki wanted to arrange the papers of the coordination framework, and he is not obligated to remain under his umbrella, because he obtained the highest votes among the political entities in the framework.
Shabandar explained that "the return of Al-Halbousi, Al-Kazemi and Barham to their positions is very difficult," noting that "there are Kurdish chest movements to change the names in these positions."
Shabandar stressed the need to "choose the specifications of the person who will be the prime minister of Iraq, to be strong and firm and at the same distance from all Iraqi blocs and currents."
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