[size=36]Between Baghdad, Hananah and Erbil.. Al-Abadi is presented as a candidate for prime minister, and the Kurds are the most prominent objectors[/size]
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, a member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Khaled Al-Saray, confirmed, on Tuesday, that the political meetings taking place in Al-Hanana, Kurdistan, or in the capital, Baghdad, aim to move towards forming a consensus government.
Al-Saray said in a television interview, which was followed by "Mawazine News", that he has not yet proposed any figure for the position of prime minister.
And Al-Saray continued, "The coordination framework could push Haider Al-Abadi to the prime ministership, as it has political acceptability."
He pointed out that there are many names other than Al-Abadi and Al-Kazemi on the table of the blocs to head the government.
For his part, the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Abdul Salam Barwari, said that it is not possible to forget what the former prime ministers Haider al-Abadi and Nuri al-Maliki did against Kurdistani during the previous period.
He added that what Al-Abadi and Al-Kazemi did during their rule fell within the framework of "crimes against humanity," he said. Ended 29/R77