Dawa Party is preparing to strike a strong blow to “Maliki” and reason !!

Dawa Party is preparing to strike a strong blow to “Maliki” and reason !!

29-11-2017 12:23 PM

Dawa Party is preparing to strike a strong blow to Maliki and reasonBaghdad News –
The Arabs of London

The Dawa Party is preparing to strike hard at its leader, Nuri al-Maliki, by embracing the support of his rival, current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, in the upcoming elections.

Until a few weeks ago, the ruling party was trying to achieve an internal balance in support of both Maliki and Abadi, who decided to go down two separate lists in the election when his supporters circulated information on guidelines that would ensure members’ freedom to stand by either side.

Informed political sources said in a press statement that “the Dawa Party is currently witnessing a great tendency to support Abadi at the expense of al-Maliki, because of the growing fortunes of the first.”

This development would tighten the screws on Maliki, which is put by many of the Iraqi political parties in the “corner of Shiite militancy.”

Muhannad al-Saadi, a close associate of Abadi, said the “leaders of the call” are now working to form a list led by the prime minister “with extreme precision, will convince the voters to support them strongly.”

He explained that the list of the party and allies will be headed by Haider Abadi, explaining that this list includes “some surprise,” and that it “focuses on the integrity and cleanliness of candidates in an unprecedented manner,” and “on the coalition after the elections.”

The political sources said that “the tendency of the Dawa Party, towards the list of Abadi, linked to internal indicators, issued recently,” revealing that “Iran stopped efforts to gather Abadi and Maliki in one list, after it was confirmed that the latter Egypt to participate in the elections through a list led by himself “He said.

Tehran tried to convince Maliki to abandon the leadership of the list of the coalition of state law for the slaves but refused, while trying to convince Abadi No. 2 in the list of al-Maliki or number 1 on the same list in Basra, but he refused.

Observers believe that competition will be fierce between Abadi and Maliki in the upcoming elections, as they target the public itself, with the expected preference for the current prime minister.

Al-Maliki has already achieved significant electoral results in two previous sessions, when he was prime minister.

Observers said that “a wide spectrum of the Shiite community is influenced by the leaders of the Authority, and is moving towards support in the elections,” which enhances the fortunes of Abadi.

Abadi returned to the authority of the Iraqi state all the lands lost by Iraq to the organization of the preacher since 2013, when Maliki was prime minister, while the Iraqi forces are currently carrying out clearing operations in areas within the western Anbar desert, never reached by military forces, US or Iraqi, since 2003 .

Abadi depends on the balance of my people has increased significantly after the Kurdistan referendum crisis, as it succeeded in pushing the federal forces to impose its control over the sites were under the control of Kurdish forces since 2014, and some of them since 2003, including the oil – rich city of Kirkuk.

Observers said Abadi’s fight against corruption was strengthening him, and that he might be getting some of his political opponents, including Maliki.

The 2018 election comes in an unprecedented situation at the level of fragmentation of political forces in Iraq.

The Shiite coalition, which monopolizes the process of nominating the prime minister since 2005, is trying to reach its sides in vain because of sharp internal differences, most notably between Maliki and Sadr’s leader Moqtada al-Sadr.

Maliki is keen to reach the position of “President of the National Alliance,” to ensure the impact in the process of selecting the next prime minister, but Ammar al-Hakim, leader of the wisdom movement, strongly objected.

Iran fails to gather Abadi and Maliki in one list.

According to observers’ expectations, the parties to this alliance will not be able to unite before the elections, while the chances of healing after the elections seem weak due to the sharp crossroads between their leaders.

The Iraqi political observer believes that there is certainly a US-Iranian agreement not to enable Maliki to return to power, which is known to Maliki, who seeks through the next election to enter the parliament by a comfortable majority to control any attempt to open files of corruption in the era of his rule, which stretched Eight years and Iraq continues to suffer from its consequences.

The observer added in a press statement that Abadi, who agrees with many parties, local and regional to renew him, it will also enter the election candidate by the Dawa Party, which officially means that the Dawa Party under his current leadership remains in power, which guarantees some kind of protection for the owners And other symbols of corruption from his party.

He stressed that unless there is a coup within the leadership structure of the Dawa party is to exclude Maliki from his leadership, Abadi will not achieve any progress in the second term expected, pointing out that the current prime minister knows that the margin of his movement will be limited in the case of continuing followers of al-Maliki directly Economic and security management are the two most complex issues in a fragile, economically fragile country.

The war on Dahesh, which Abadi fought as an excuse for him not to approach the two files mentioned in the previous stage, but his position would be embarrassing if not in the next phase, which may accelerate the clash between the two men before the election.

The observer said that the result of this clash is to determine the fate of each one of them, if Abadi could remove al-Maliki from his way before the election date, his going to a second term will be guaranteed on the one hand control of the House of Representatives.

At the Sunni level, divisions between political forces in western Iraq are deepening, with no regional sponsor, observers said.

Sunni political parties, which are witnessing ongoing schisms, are no longer attracted to the countries of the region, such as Saudi Arabia and Turkey, because of their volatile internal positions, while Abadi’s presence at the front of the Iraqi scene provides an opportunity for these countries to “deal with a moderate Shiite leader,” according to political circles. Baghdad.

As for the Kurdish, the referendum crisis led to sharp differences between the political forces in Kurdistan, while the Democratic Party is trying to convince the PUK and the Movement for Change the need to work together to meet Baghdad’s growing ambitions in the gains of the region.

The Iraqi observer warns that in the marginalization of the Sunni and Kurdish political forces, the entire political process remains in the hands of the ruling party, which is dedicated to the leadership of al-Maliki, who will always be able to control the distance in the course of the political process.