In a rare precedent … Abadi succeed in getting rid of Maliki in alliance with Ammar al-Hakim

In a rare precedent … Abadi succeed in getting rid of Maliki in alliance with Ammar al-Hakim

27-01-2018 01:29 PM

In a rare precedent ... Abadi succeed in getting rid of Maliki in alliance with Ammar al-HakimBaghdad News –

In a report published Saturday, the newspaper ‘Al-Jarida’ reported that Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi succeeded in getting rid of his predecessor, Nuri al-Maliki, who belongs to the same party, and gathered around him the moderate wing within the ‘Dawa’ in a rare precedent, With the stream of wisdom led by Ammar al-Hakim, the new exterior Iranian shadow towards youth and moderation.

The newspaper said in its report that ‘Iraqi writers and observers and the ordinary public are engaged in comparisons between the May elections and the previous elections in 2014, and conclude that their country (sighs) now, after it was drowned four years ago in the slogans and positions stubborn and harsh adopted by the President The former government Nuri al-Maliki ‘.

She added that ‘Maliki was describing his opponents that they (bubbles must be eliminated), which caused a great tension even with his allies within the party, and paved the emergence of the organization and calling for the adoption of a third of the country’s territory at the time.’

“In this election, which is scheduled for mid-May, a moderate wing supporting Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has succeeded in alleviating most of the sectarian and opposition crises. Even most of the parties have succeeded in abandoning their extremists and have introduced new faces with skills Flexibility and long-term, and avoid improvisation and hastiness that were increasing the crises of Iraq ‘.

“Observers’ believe that ‘the new positive atmosphere will create new conditions for the game, and will result in the results of a different ballot affect the shape of the next government to a large extent’.

She pointed out that ‘unlike the Sunni parties with Abadi escalated mid-month when they differed about the date of the elections amid a Sunni desire to postpone it because of the scourge of war on the daisy, but both parties managed to control this, and turned Sunni forces from the call for postponement to the party guarantor of greater integrity in the elections when Extracted a pledge from Abadi to impose strict standards, and turn the ballot to electronic even in the cities affected to prevent manipulation, as well as the removal of militias from the vicinity of those cities, ‘as she put it.

She explained that ‘Abadi himself succeeded in getting rid of Nuri al-Maliki, who belongs to the same party, and gathered around the moderate wing within the Dawa Party, in a rare precedent in the political history of the country, and the alliance Abadi with Ammar al-Hakim, who got rid of the (old guard) , And presented a youth elite ready to show greater flexibility and biased to settle differences with the Kurds and Sunnis.

On the level of traditional intellectual rivalries, the alliance of former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, an outspoken secularist, with the Islamic Party, the Iraqi wing of the Muslim Brotherhood, produced a mixed ideological and ideological list. Muqtada al-Sadr, who was a hard-line Islamist, Allied with the Communist Party and supporting its technocrats’ candidates.

The newspaper went on to say: ‘Although the Shiites and Sunnis agreed in practice to postpone their dialogues until after the elections to avoid any embarrassment electoral, the atmosphere between the two parties is dominated by rare calm, and does not appear charges of sectarian nature between the competitors until this moment, and many prominent opponents returned Their activity even in Baghdad, led by Khamis Khanjar, a famous businessman, from Anbar, which was prevented by al-Maliki previously of political activity.

The Kurds, who entered the last fall of one of the most serious historical clashes with Baghdad because of the referendum on independence, are gradually engaged in understandings with Abadi culminated in the visit of a delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government to Baghdad, and to make significant progress in the files of the dispute over the land Oil and management system ‘.

Observers are interested, according to the report, to read the effects of these shifts in the results of the next ballot and then in the nature of alliances that will form the government as a very difficult task in the Iraqi parliamentary system.

“Abbadi presents himself as the creator of a flexible approach that the Iraqis are feeling on the country’s mood. He is betting on this point in achieving a big electoral gain, but he will not relinquish basic support from the Kurds, Sunnis, Najaf and secularists to confront popular popular candidates close to Tehran. Remain of the influence of Nuri al-Maliki ‘.