Al-Sudani makes his first statement since his candidacy for prime minister
Al-Sudani said in a tweet seen by Shafak News Agency, "We responded to a parliamentary invitation, from various blocs, to exchange visions and proposals on the ministerial curriculum and the form that the relationship between the House of Representatives and the next government should be."
He explained that "today's meeting dealt with important issues related to the service and livelihood aspects facing citizens and activating the economy."
This is the first statement made by the candidate of the comprehensive coordination framework of the Shiite political forces, with the exception of the Sadrist movement, for the position of the next prime minister, Muhammad Shia al-Sudani, since his nomination for the position on July 25, when he remained politically silent in the face of the complex events in the Iraqi political arena, throughout those months. .
This morning, Al-Sudani held a meeting with a number of deputies in the parliament building to discuss his government program, and his office revealed the details of the meeting that brought together a number of deputies.
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