Suron abandons the requirement that Abadi leave the Dawa Party to renew his mandate

Suron abandons the requirement that Abadi leave the Dawa Party to renew his mandate

2018/07/06 10:54

Suron abandons the requirement that Abadi leave the Dawa Party to renew his mandateBaghdad today – follow-up

The Al-Quds Al-Arabi newspaper reported in a report published Friday (July 6, 2018) that the alliance of “Sawsan”, led by the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, abandoned the condition of leaving the leader of the victory coalition, Haider al-Abadi of the “Dawa” for him.

The newspaper said in its report that “the coalition of others, led by Moqtada al-Sadr, gave up his only condition for the renewal of the mandate of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi, the last exit of the Dawa Party, in return for supporting him to run for a second session.”

The newspaper quoted a senior source in the “victory”, that the alliance Saron “required earlier Abadi out of the Dawa Party in exchange for extension, but the latter refused to,” pointing out that “this position has changed in the recent period, provided that the concession of victory positions Executive within the share of the coalition in the new government, according to the number of seats. ”

She pointed out that “the coalition considers that the Islamic Dawa Party led by al-Maliki, took his chance in running the state for three rounds of elections, and that the time has come to clear the way for other blocs of governance in Iraq.”

According to the source, who asked not to be named, Abadi “has the assets that support his renewal of the mandate, that he succeeded in leading the country under difficult security and economic conditions, as well as being acceptable Arab and international.”

He stressed that “Abadi is the only candidate for the alliance of victory for prime minister, and there is no alternative candidate,” considering all names put forward to take over the task of the next prime minister, “not suitable for the post, for reasons, including the inadmissibility internationally, or lack of experience to manage the Council of Ministers.”

“Al-Abbadi is the head of the political bureau of the Dawa party, which is divided into two wings. The first, close to Iran, is represented in parliament by a coalition of state law headed by Nuri al-Maliki.

She pointed to “the call of the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, to manage the country in the next phase, through alliances and fair cross-quota.”

“We will not allow Iraq to be managed from behind the border, north or south, east or west,” Sadr said in a tweet posted on his Twitter account.

He added that “Iraq will be run by Iraqi, purely national, and fair alliances, cross-quotas.”

Sadr’s chant coincided with a four-day visit by US senators to Iraq, including the meeting with Abbadi and senior government and security officials, according to the US embassy in Baghdad.

The US Embassy in Baghdad briefed US officials on the visit. “Senators Lindsey Graham, Jane Shaheen and Elizabeth Warren visited Iraq to meet with senior Iraqi government and security officials and to monitor efforts to stabilize Iraq. After the military defeat suffered by Da’ash. ”

“Senators Graham and Shaheen spent July 1 to July 2 discussing Iraq’s cooperation with the International Coalition to fight back with American and Iraqi officials,” he said.

He explained that “on July 3, accompanied by US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Silliman, met with Senators Graham and Warren in Baghdad with Prime Minister Dr. Haider Abadi, while Senator Graham also met in Erbil with the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Nechirvan Barzani.

During their visit, Sen. Graham and Senator Warren visited Mosul to see the progress of Iraq’s second largest city, a year after it was liberated from a huddle. Senators also know the continuing challenges of rebuilding Mosul.

The United States has provided “more than $ 1.7 billion in humanitarian aid to Iraq since 2014, and has contributed more than $ 190 million to support critical stabilization activities in areas liberated from the organization’s control.”

“On July 4, Senators Graham and Warren in Baghdad celebrated the day of US independence with the ambassador and his guests, embassy staff and members of the US armed forces,” the statement said. “In all their meetings, senators discussed a wide range of political issues Economic and security, and stressed the commitment of the United States to help Iraq fight the scourge of terrorism and continue to work with the leaders and people of Iraq to strengthen the relationship between the United States of America and Iraq under the Strategic Framework Agreement.

The newspaper went on to say that “Sadr rejects any contact with the United States, which considers its forces in Iraq as” occupied “and fought against the armed operations, carried out by what was known as the Mahdi Army, which is composed of supporters of Sadr.

“If the Sadr Alliance takes over the next prime minister, it will have to open a new page with Washington and dispel American fears of the danger of the next armed factions, according to observers.”