Jaafari run for prime minister instead of Abadi and split between the followers of al-Maliki
Jaafari run for prime minister instead of Abadi and split between the followers of al-Maliki and writer
Published on: 02/02/2016, 16:12
BAGHDAD / Hassan Shammari:
An informed, Tuesday source, that the head of the National Alliance and Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari put himself a candidate in front of the National Alliance for prime minister instead of the current prime minister Haider al-Abadi, who is seeking blocks and parties to change it, as he pointed to a split between the followers of Nuri al-Maliki and Ali al-Adeeb in calling on party Abadi change.
The source said in an interview with “Sky Press,” that “the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq expressed preliminary approval to change the current prime minister Haider al-Abadi, for his inability to manage the country and rid it of the security and economic crises experienced by,” noting that “the citizen Bloc is seeking the nomination of Minister Transportation Bayan Jabr for the job. ”
“The Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari put himself a candidate for prime minister, adding that” the consensus did not get a change Abadi, officially, there is a split within the Dawa Party wing of the Secretary-General Nuri al-Maliki, and President of the State of Law bloc in Parliament on the writer on changing Abadi. ”
He was placed source revealed on Monday, from the supreme religious authority Ali al-Sistani approval to replace Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, as pointed out that Mr. Sistani was nominated chief of the popular crowd Faleh al-Fayad instead.
It was placed political source revealed on Saturday, for a parliamentary effort to replace the prime minister Haider al-Abadi Authority President of the popular crowd Faleh al-Fayad and nicknamed “the godfather of al-Jaafari.”
And put political leaders between now and then calls to change the prime minister Haider al-Abadi, accusing him of “weakness and failure in the management of the country”, which he considered MPs and politicians, “a new scenario, to invest popular discontent and lack of contact with the reforms the true essence of the demands of the masses.”
He was President Fuad Masum said earlier, that the replacement of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi «difficult», he said in an interview with a limited number of heads of media institutions in Iraq, that the differences of the political blocs, especially the largest bloc (the National Alliance, the Shiite) began to reflect on other political blocs, it also greatly affected the performance of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi