To form the largest bloc .. US site: Sadr on condition that Abadi remove Maliki from any alliance

To form the largest bloc .. US site: Sadr on condition that Abadi remove Maliki from any alliance

2018/05/28 10:48

To form the largest bloc .. US site - Sadr on condition that Abadi remove Maliki from any allianceBaghdad today – follow-up

The site of the American Monitor in a report published on Monday that one of the conditions of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, is to exclude the leader of a coalition of state law Nuri al-Maliki of any alliance with the political blocs winning the elections that took place on Saturday, May 12 to hold a coalition of the largest bloc.

The site said that “there is a conflict between the Shiite coalitions that won most of the seats in the Iraqi legislative elections that took place on May 12; to form the largest parliamentary bloc, which will have the constitutional right to nominate the next prime minister.”

“Sadr’s coalition won the largest number of seats, but it was not enough for a parliamentary majority, so it has to reach agreements with other alliances,” the report said.

The “Monitor” to the existence of a conflict between coalitions emerging from the Islamic Dawa Party, which was leading Iraq after 2005, “explaining that the alliance of victory led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, and the coalition of the rule of law, led by the party secretary and former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, competing to seize the post of prime minister .

“If the al-Abbadi and al-Sadr were to form a coalition, then Abadi and al-Sadr would have to form a coalition,” he said, “but if the alliance of victory and the rule of law meets, they will lose any connection to Sadr, The biggest winner in the vote, especially that one of the conditions of the main chest is to exclude Maliki from any coalition. ”

“It is still too early to determine how the current talks within the party can end,” said Sadiq al-Labban, a leader of the Dawa Party, “It depends on a number of things, and more importantly, the relationship with the other winning lists.”

“Maliki is trying to form a large bloc to form a government alone, while Abadi talks about the need to involve all the large blocs in the next government.”

Al-Laban ruled out the possibility that the rivalry between al-Maliki and al-Abadi would be an obstacle to reunification. “All indications are that the call blocs are likely to be merged soon to be the prime minister’s hand, no matter who chooses him,” he said.

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