Including Abadi and Maliki .. A new four-party alliance led by Barzani in Baghdad

Including Abadi and Maliki .. A new four-party alliance led by Barzani in Baghdad

24/11/2018 9:29 AM

Including Abadi and Maliki .. A new four-party alliance led by Barzani in Baghdad(Watan News) – Follow-up

Political sources revealed on Saturday, the existence of movement to form a parliamentary alliance led by the President of the Kurdistan Democratic Party Massoud Barzani during his visit to the capital Baghdad.

The sources linked in statements to the newspaper “Arabs” and followed by (Watan News) “Massoud Barzani, the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party to Baghdad, and his intensive contacts there with a number of senior politicians and party leaders in what it called the beginning of the movement to form a parliamentary alliance combines Barzani party with the coalition of the rule of law led by Nuri al – Maliki It includes the Fatah coalition led by Hadi al-Amiri, and may also include former Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi, leader of the alliance victory .

This comes at a time when Iraqi political circles are talking about the planning of Sunni leaders to change their alliances entered after the recent elections, in a broader framework that would change their regional and international allegiances .

Barzani visited Maliki in his office in Baghdad, on Thursday, while leaked that they discussed the timing of the announcement of their alliance. He also visited former Prime Minister Haider Abadi, and is likely to have been invited to join the coalition is underway to form .

Observers describe the new project, which is attended by Barzani and Maliki as a “coalition of the affected” who did not get their goal of the distribution of positions after the last election, as the role and influence of former Prime Minister Maliki in a clear decline, and Amiri did not reach the hoped for control On the new government, so that he has not succeeded so far in pushing Faleh al-Fayadh to the leadership of the Ministry of the Interior .

Haidar al-Abadi is marginalized as he was denied a job in the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi, after reports circulated about his desire to take over the Foreign Office, making his close associates accuse the alliance, “Sason” allied with his failure , according to the newspaper. Finished 5

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