His political age is over … The National Alliance rejects Maliki’s nomination for his presidency
His political age is over … The National Alliance rejects Maliki’s nomination for his presidency because he has not brought good to the country
NOVEMBER 26, 2017
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The ruling National Alliance in Iraq rejected the candidate of the coalition of state law, Mr. Nuri al-Maliki for his presidency.
A source in the ruling National Alliance, the coalition of state law submitted candidates for the post, one of them the current Vice President Nuri al-Maliki and the Secretary of the Badr Organization MP Hadi al-Amiri.
The source added that the leadership of the National Alliance has categorically refused to take over the presidency of Mr. Maliki, being accused of internal and external parties of corruption and mismanagement of the country during his second term, led to the entry of the organization “Daash” terrorist and control of one third of Iraq.
The source added that the blocks and parties of the National Alliance is coming to the parliamentary and local elections will determine the political map of Iraq over the next decade, and can not risk the presentation of Mr. Maliki as its president as one of the faces that did not bring the good of the country and the political age ended, “according to the source.
The source revealed Maliki’s refusal to nominate the Secretary of the Badr Organization MP Hadi al-Amiri to head the coalition because of personal and electoral differences.
And rejects the stream of wisdom led by Ammar al-Hakim and the Supreme Council led by Hammoud Hammoudi take over the presidency of the Shiite alliance, as well as the obstacle that always impede the movements of al-Maliki, the Sadrist movement led by Moqtada al-Sadr.
Observers see the Iraqi political issue, that Maliki is seeking through the post of President of the National Alliance to pressure Prime Minister Haider Abadi; on not taking positions, serious in the fight against corrupt members of the Dawa Party close to him.
The coalition MP Awatif Nema, known for its controversial statements, that Maliki, if elected president of the coalition, will take decisions of a different fate of the decisions of the former head of the coalition, Ammar al-Hakim, and those decisions will be binding on Prime Minister Haider Abadi.
The National Alliance includes the coalition of the rule of law led by al-Maliki, the Supreme Council led by Hammam Hamoudi, and the stream of wisdom headed by Ammar al-Hakim, and the reform party led by Jaafari, Badr Organization led by Hadi al-Amiri, as well as a number of formations and other small parties.
Although the position of President of the National Alliance with ineffective powers, but this refusal to take over al-Maliki, reflects a state of disdain within the ruling Shiite alliance, because of its policies over the past years, as well as the link of the name of Maliki to the fall of the city of Mosul,
The leader of the National Alliance Ammar al-Hakim, Wednesday, April 12, 2017, the leaders of the coalition to start the procedures for the selection of his presidency coming from now, pointing out that “he led the duty to head the coalition according to the available possibilities, and managed to remove the Alliance ship from the recession and guide it on the right track, His words.