A deputy reveals the names of political blocs “seeking to renew confidence” in Abdul Mahdi

A deputy reveals the names of political blocs “seeking to renew confidence” in Abdul Mahdi

04/22 2020 12:29

A deputy reveals the names of political blocs seeking to renew confidence in Abdul MahdiBaghdad today – Baghdad

On Wednesday (April 22, 2020), a member of the Iraqi Parliament, Basem Khashan, revealed the political blocs, which he said were seeking to restore confidence to the resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi.

Khashan said in an interview with (Baghdad Today), “The political blocs that seek to keep the resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi in office, and even to renew confidence in him, are the Kurdish blocs, which have obtained privileges and gains, which were not obtained by any previous government, as well as an alliance Other, the Alliance of conquest, and the coalition of Iraqi forces. ”

And he stated, “The resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, about his rejection of this pursuit or his repeated talk that he will leave the post, is inaccurate, because he is fighting to stay longer, in this position, especially now.”

Khashan said, “Abdul-Mahdi acts as a prime minister with full powers.”

And Abdul-Mahdi had sent, yesterday, Tuesday, an open letter to the Presidents of the Republic, Barham Salih, Parliament Muhammad Al-Halbousi, and members of Parliament, while he issued several warnings about the delay in forming the government.

Among the lengthy text of the message came, “The continuation of a resigned prime minister to the day-to-day government is the survival of the previous equations and leads to inertia and emptiness inevitably. That is why we cannot continue.”

He added: “My answer was unequivocal by rejecting all those who oppressed me and insisted by influential and fundamental parties that they are ready to facilitate the return from the resignation, especially since it did not vote on it in the House of Representatives. In our current circumstances, it must meet two basic matters. ”