Newspaper: US embassy agreed to form a government of “national rescue” in Iraq and the Iranian ambassador is moving to stop him

Newspaper: US embassy agreed to form a government of “national rescue” in Iraq and the Iranian ambassador is moving to stop him

2018/07/25 15:26

Newspaper - US embassy agreed to form a government of national rescue in Iraq and the Iranian ambassador is moving to stop himBaghdad today – follow-up

The US embassy in Baghdad has approved a proposal to form a government of “national salvation” in Iraq, the newspaper said in a report published on Wednesday, 25/7/2018. The Iranian ambassador, Iraj Musjidi, has moved to stop the implementation of this proposal .

The newspaper said that “the US embassy in Baghdad, responded positively to a proposal by the head of the National Coalition Iyad Allawi to form a government of national salvation, while rejected the proposed Shiite forces in line with the Iranian position rejects him.

“Allawi brought his draft project to the Iraqi political forces and to a number of embassies of foreign countries in Baghdad, including the US embassy, ‚Äč‚Äčnoting that the Americans sent positive signals about the proposal,” a leader of the National Alliance was quoted as saying.

“The project of forming a government of salvation includes abolishing the parliament and provincial councils, suspending the constitution and forming a government that includes political figures outside the consensus of the ruling parties. It will run the country for two years, prepare for legislative elections in the light of a new electoral law, Political forces that have held the lead of the political process for 15 years ago. ”

He said that “Allawi asked Prime Minister Haider Abadi to begin the procedures for the formation of the rescue government, but Abadi reservation to comment or comment on the project.”

In the same context, the newspaper quoted a leader of the Shiite alliance confirmed the holding of “an expanded meeting of the leaders of the Shiite parties in Baghdad, in the presence of Iranian Ambassador Irj Musjdi.”

“My mosque told the leaders of the Shiite forces that Iran is keen to respect the Iraqi constitution, while acknowledging the results of the elections and the formation of an elected Iraqi government,” he said, adding that the mosque accused the Americans of inciting the demonstrators to cause chaos in Iraq.

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