Adel Abdul Mahdi provides 4 conditions to accept his candidacy for prime minister

Adel Abdul Mahdi provides 4 conditions to accept his candidacy for prime minister

Sun, 30 Sep 2018 15:10:51

Adel Abdul Mahdi provides 4 conditions to accept his candidacy for prime ministerRevealed leader of the alliance, the deputy, Raed Fahmi, on Sunday, that the candidate for the premiership of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, presented a number of conditions for the political forces in exchange for approval of the nomination.
Fahmi said in a special statement that “the terms of Abdul Mahdi focused on that he has full freedom in the selection of ministerial cabin, in addition to the blocks offer a number of candidates for a particular ministry and is entitled to choose one of these candidates or reject them all.”
He pointed out that “Abdul Mahdi asked who determines the government program, taking the view of political forces, and give him full freedom to manage the new government and arrange the relationship with political forces as he sees fit and the exclusion of partisan and political interference from government work.
He stressed that “what Adel Abdul Mahdi has requested is to make government work a success.”
The political parties close to the alliance of Sowron, led by Moqtada al-Sadr and the alliance led by Hadi al-Amiri, talked about the nomination of former leader of the Supreme Islamic Council Adel Abdul-Mahdi for the post of Prime Minister, supported by the Supreme Shiite cleric in Iraq, Ali al-Sistani, according to informed sources.
Although Abdul Mahdi did not officially comment on the nomination, he earlier announced that he had stopped writing his op-ed articles in Al-Adala newspaper because of his preoccupation with political discussions that did not address their nature.
Abdulmahdi assumed the position of Vice President of the Republic of Iraq in 2005, after he was a key candidate for the post of prime minister, before giving in favor of Ibrahim al-Jaafari, receiving the Ministry of Oil before resigning in March 2016.

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