A source reveals the most prominent candidates put forward to head the new government

A source reveals the most prominent candidates put forward to head the new government

Tuesday 03 December 2019 at 13:14 pm

A source reveals the most prominent candidates put forward to head the new governmentAn informed political source revealed on Tuesday the most prominent names put forward during the meetings of leaders of political blocs, during the past two days to take over the new Iraqi government, instead of the resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.

The source said in an interview that “the political forces have been meeting since Friday night, a few hours after Abdul Mahdi announced his resignation from the premiership, in order to find an alternative as soon as possible.”

He added, “The leader of the coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki put on the leaders of the political blocs, nomination of the current Minister of Education Qusay al-Suhail, or one of the judges, to take over the post of prime minister, while the leader of the conquest of the Alliance, Hadi al-Amiri and the President of the House of Representatives, Mohammed Halbousi, all of the superior Zaidan, Ali al-Shukri, former labor minister Mohamed Shiaa al-Sudani, Saleh al-Hasnawi, and former oil minister Ibrahim Bahr al-Ulum, to replace Abd al-Mahdi.

The source pointed out that “all the names mentioned above, which were put forward during the meetings, did not agree on any one of them, although the two communities are fully aware of the rejection of the Iraqi street to all the names put forward,” pointing out that “dialogues continue to this day between the leaders of the first row, And boycotting the alliance of Sairon backed by the leader of the Sadr movement Moqtada al-Sadr. ”

The page, Saleh Mohammed al-Iraqi, close to the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, addressed the two described as “ corrupt ”, while forbidding them from “fueling strife.”

The Iraqi, through a post on the Facebook platform: “Be aware: No (Shia) only for the people .. It has spread and spread the light of the rebels.”

He added: “No (sea) but the sea of ​​the people .. And will not ride a wave, do not fuel the sedition, you corrupt .. It has been dampened by wise people.”

And media and social networking sites, news of the nomination of alternate names of the outgoing Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, including, the leader of the rule of law Nuri al-Maliki, and the independent politician Izzat Shabandar, and MP for the rule of law Mohammed Shi’a Sudanese, before the three deny their nomination, Among the names are Minister of Youth and Sports Abdel Hussein Abtan, independent politician Nadim al-Jabri, as well as many other names, including the former commander of the counter-terrorism forces, Lieutenant General Abdul Wahab al-Saadi.

The deputy of the stream of wisdom Star Jabri, confirmed on Sunday (December 01, 2019), reached political blocs to “certain conditions” to name the new prime minister, while denied the nomination of his current Abdul Hussein Abtan or “anyone else” for this post.

Al-Jabri said during his hosting in the program “point of view” presented by Dr. Nabil Jassim, and that “there were sessions between the political blocs to discuss recent developments, and the meetings reached to develop certain conditions for the nomination of a new prime minister,” noting that “the new prime minister is required to It shall be fully independent, nationally accepted and not of dual nationality. ”

On the news about the nomination of Abdul Hussein Abtan for the post of Prime Minister, Jabri said, “There is no truth to the wisdom of the nomination of Abtan, who submitted his resignation from the current, and the lack of nomination is a moral obligation to the demonstrators,” stressing that the wisdom stream “will not nominate any Someone “to take office.”

Baghdad and the provinces of central and southern Iraq have been mass demonstrations since October 1, and renewed on the 25 of the same month, during which more than 400 demonstrators were killed, and thousands injured, including security elements, before the House of Representatives accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.