A close to Abadi reveals why the reform alliance delayed the announcement of his candidate for prime minister

A close to Abadi reveals why the reform alliance delayed the announcement of his candidate for prime minister

2018/09/22 15:24

A close to Abadi reveals why the reform alliance delayed the announcement of his candidate for prime ministerBaghdad today – Baghdad

Ihsan al-Shammari, Advisor to the Prime Minister and close to the Prime Minister, the leader of the coalition of victory Haider al-Abadi, Saturday (September 22, 2018), on the reason behind the announcement of the Alliance of reform and the membership of victory and the rest of the winning forces in the elections, his candidate for prime minister.

Al-Shammari said in an interview with Al-Arabiya television that “the issue of resolving the largest bloc in charge of nominating the candidate for prime minister has not yet been decided legally. There is also a need to make a consensus between the winning forces in the elections before naming it. Recommendations “.

The political forces have not yet put forward their candidacy for the premiership, but the alliance of victory, led by Abbadi, has renewed more than once his insistence that the latter is his only candidate for the post.

The name of the former leader of the Supreme Council, Adel Abdul Mahdi, as one of the candidates for the post, a consensus between the conquest, and the rest, backed by the leader of the Sadrist movement, but the news was quickly refuted.

It is hoped that the vote on the election of the President of the Republic, on September 25, in the House of Representatives, where it will be assigned to a candidate for prime minister, to form, by the President-elect.

On Saturday (September 22, 2018), the Islamic Dawa party confirmed its efforts to unify the two lists of victory, led by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and the state of law led by Toure al-Maliki.

The party said in a statement that “the leadership and the Consultative Council of the Islamic Dawa Party held a joint meeting on Saturday morning, 12 Muharram 1440 (22-09-2018), which discussed the circumstances and circumstances surrounding Iraq and the political process and the role of the party in these developments.”

In addition to the importance of activating the national role of the party and unifying the vision, program and effort of the two parliamentary blocs (the coalition of victory) and (coalition of state law) and the need to seek to consolidate the lists as a step on the The way of assembling parliamentary blocs with common goals and programs. ”

The participants stopped at the “obstacles that prevented the achievement of these goals at the level of parliamentary blocs or at the national level and examined ways to overcome these obstacles and put appropriate mechanisms for that.”

“The importance of opening the prospect of cooperation with other political blocs in order to speed up the completion of the government formation, which is consistent with the recommendations of the Supreme Reference and in accordance with the constitutional times and respond to the aspirations of the people in the fight against corruption and the extension of the rule of law and provide employment opportunities and services to the general Iraqi people,

“The General Conference of the Islamic Dawa Party was held as soon as possible.”

The party’s statement that the meeting comes “based on the importance of the political circumstances that Iraq is going through, and the need to maintain the current constitutional entitlements, including the largest parliamentary bloc to nominate the Prime Minister in accordance with the Constitution to form a government that meets the requirements of citizens service and security, and fight corruption and promote the economy of Iraq In addition to maintaining its unity, security, sovereignty and stability away from the security and political tensions facing the region. ”

Ali al-Sunaid, leader of the victory coalition led by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Saturday, 22/9/2018, that the latter has not been subjected to any pressures to merge victory with the rule of law, while his relationship with the leaders of advocacy is good.

Al-Sunaid told (Baghdad today) that “Abbadi has not been subjected to any pressure from the Dawa Party to merge victory with the rule of law, and adhering to the national approach, and he enjoys good relations and good with all the leaders of the call.”

He stressed that “the reports that there are pressures on the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, by the Dawa Party of the alliance with the rule of law, is not true.”

The Shui Council of the Islamic Dawa Party held a meeting on Saturday morning, September 22 in the presence of senior leaders, including Abadi and his secretary-general Nuri al-Maliki.