[size=52]A source reveals the names of the most likely candidates for the post of Prime Minister[/size]
[size=45][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Today, Tuesday, a political source revealed the most likely candidates for the post of Iraqi Prime Minister.
The source told the source that "the most likely candidates for the position of Prime Minister are Haider al-Abadi, Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, and Mustafa al-Kazemi."
The source added that "understandings and meetings are still continuing between the forces of the coordination framework and the Sadrist movement to form the largest bloc in Parliament."
And a political source said, earlier today, Tuesday, that the leader of the Sadrist movement stipulated several points on the leaders of the coordination framework for the purpose of forming the largest bloc, and while noting that the framework made pledges to al-Sadr, he suggested that the formation of an alliance between al-Sadr and the framework under the title “the largest bloc” was likely.
The source told, "The framework forces pledged to the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, not to delay corruption files for more than 45 days, as part of their efforts to ally with the Sadrist movement and participate in the next government."
He added, "The response came from al-Sadr that the (factions) must be dissolved and the mobilization preserved, and that the prime minister be nominated alone, while giving the framework the right of veto against one of the five candidates, and if the framework is accepted, al-Sadr will accept the participation of all parties to the framework in the government."
The source indicated that "Al-Sadr was angry at the amendment of the paper that was submitted to the framework, but the discussion between the two parties ended in great agreement, which confirms the presence of great signs for Al-Sadr's prospects with the framework's forces to form the largest bloc."
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