Sources: Iran is moving to form a broad coalition that calls al-Maliki as prime minister
Sources: Iran is moving to form a broad coalition that calls al-Maliki as prime minister .. This is what he told her ambassador Irj Musjdi
Baghdad today – follow-up
In a report published on Tuesday, the Saudi daily Okaz said Iran had actually moved to form a coalition that would name the leader of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, as it said it had met with the Iranian ambassador in Baghdad Irj Masjidi to coordinate positions on forming an alliance that could form a new government. .
The newspaper quoted unnamed sources as saying that “Maliki made pledges to the Iranian ambassador to complete the formation of the largest bloc,” indicating that “the meeting of my mosque and Maliki came after the Iranian ambassador ended meetings with political forces winning in the elections.”
The sources confirmed that “Tehran is putting its weight behind al-Maliki in the face of the alliance of Moqtada al-Sadr and Prime Minister Haider Abadi.”
In the same context, the newspaper said that “Maliki’s coalition announced after the talks continued negotiations to form the largest bloc,” noting that “there is no real alliances between the political blocs winning and that what happened just understandings, and considered that the real alliances will form after the ratification of the Federal Supreme Court on the results The election”.
In the meantime, the Iraqi parliament demanded yesterday the judiciary and the executive authority to remove 13 senior officials in the Electoral Commission, before the start of counting and manual counting of the results of the vote, and the Chairman of the Commission of Inquiry, Adel Al-Nuri, there are 13 officials at the level of Director General and head of department in the Commission accused of forgery Election results, and these must be removed before the process of manual counting and sorting.
In the same context, revealed an informed source, on Tuesday, a crack in the relationship between the leaders of the Fatah alliance Hadi al-Amiri and the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, after the latter announced his alliance with the President of the coalition of victory Haider Abadi without consulting the conquest.
The source pointed out that “this move prompted Amiri to prepare for the announcement of his withdrawal from his alliance with the coalition backed by Sadr and the announcement of a new alliance with the coalition of the rule of law, led by Nuri al-Maliki,” noting that “there are consultations currently underway between the parties and could lead in consultation with Sunni forces And Kurdish to announce a new alliance of at least 100 deputies.
He added that “there are consultations with members of the coalition of victory to join the alliance, which is likely to make a split in victory makes him lose half or more seats to bring the number of new coalition seats to nearly 120.”
“The announcement of this alliance will take place within days and will send positive messages to others, victory and wisdom and the Sunni and Kurdish forces invite them to join him and write a political program does not put forward the alliance before any preconditions for writing and directions.”
On Tuesday evening, June 12, 2018, al-Sadr announced the entry of the al-Sadr bloc into an alliance with the Fatah bloc.
“The alliance of his bloc with the conquest came from within the national space, and will maintain the tripartite alliance between wisdom, tranquility and patriotism,” Sadr told a joint news conference with Al-Fateh Alliance leader Hadi al-Ameri.
The leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr and Prime Minister Haider Abadi, have announced, last Saturday, a political alliance between my list of “victory” and “Sarun” according to eight political principles.
He called the leader of the Sadrist movement, the political blocs to a meeting leading to complete the steps to form the next government, the same initiative, which was adopted by Abadi a week ago.
A source close to the leader of the Sadrist movement, has revealed, for (Baghdad today), that the pillars of the largest bloc was completed by joining Abadi to the alliance of Sadr and Amiri and Allawi and Hakim, away from the coalition of the rule of law led by al-Maliki.