Maliki’s coalition poses a surprise forecast on the prime minister

Maliki’s coalition poses a surprise forecast on the prime minister

June 15, 2018 – 4:03

Malikis coalition poses a surprise forecast on the prime ministerSumer News: Baghdad .. A member of the coalition of the rule of law led by Nuri al – Maliki, on Friday, the Islamic Dawa Party to the post of prime minister again, confirming the existence of a semi – collective decision by the Shiite and Kurdish blocs on this.

Khaled al-Sarai said in a press statement that “it is unlikely to get the Dawa Party to the post of prime minister again because of the existence of several data,” noting that “there is a semi-collective decision not to return the invitation to the facade.”

“The Al-Nasr coalition (headed by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi) is a fragile coalition and can not be relied upon in any alliance,” he added.

The leader of the Islamic Dawa Party Jassim Mohammed Jaafar described in a previous statement, the integration of a coalition of law and victory is difficult, noting that the differences between the lists lies in naming the leader.

The parliamentary elections were held on May 12, 2018 in Baghdad and the provinces amid tight security. The Electoral Commission announced hours later that the participation rate was 44% with the participation of more than 10 million out of the 24 million eligible to participate in the elections.

The results came out of the alliance of Sowron, supported by Muqtada al-Sadr first at the level of the provinces followed by the Fatah Alliance led by Hadi al-Amiri, and then the victory coalition led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi.

The political and media circles were preoccupied with monitoring the low turnout of polling stations in different Iraqi cities, where the participation rate reached 44% compared to the 2014 elections which reached 60%.

He explained the low participation rates with many problems in the voting procedures, and the failure of electronic auditing, in addition to the general frustration of the repetition of the traditional political forces themselves.

The US State Department congratulated Iraqis on holding parliamentary elections, calling for a “comprehensive” government that meets the needs of all Iraqis.

According to the map of political positions announced, most of the political parties that fought the elections will work to form alliances to form the next government.