Al-Sadr and al-Fatah reveal the fact that al-Sadr and al-Amiri rejected the Trump envoy's proposals on forming a government

2018/07/13 09:19


Baghdad today - Baghdad

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A coalition led by Sadr's leader Moqtada al-Sadr said on Friday there were no direct channels of communication with the United States or a US proposal to form the next government, while the Fatah alliance said Washington was trying to form a quick government to "pass on its benefits."

He said the leader of the alliance of Saher Raed Fahmi, said in a statement to (Baghdad today), "The Alliance Asron refusesto reproduce the same formulas to form the next government," noting that "the coalition will maintain its approach to form a government adopts a national reform project, Programs ".

"There is no direct contact between Sawsan and the United States."

For his part, said the leader of the Fatah alliance Abdul-Hussein al-Zirjawi in a statement to (Baghdad today), "All the calamities of Iraq come from the Americans, so Washington wants to form a quick government to pass the benefits and preserve their interests and does not care about the suffering of the Iraqi people."

He added that "Iraq wants to form a quick government based on quotas and beyond the problems of Iraq and its people."

The Iraqi political sources have revealed, on Thursday (12 July 2018), the existence of rejection by Iraqi political parties to the proposals made by the envoy of US President to Iraq, Brett MacGorek, pointing out that this would delay the formation of the new government.

"Some political parties, including the Fath Alliance and the Allies, have rejected McGowork's proposals, some of which are said to be proposals that keep quotas and do not support the strengthening of the institutions of the Iraqi state," RT quoted sources as saying.

The sources added that "McGork made a proposal similar to the Shiite parties, Sunni and Kurdish, on the need to find a government of national partnership formed at the earliest time, which was considered by the alliance Fatah and other step to maintain quotas, so faced rejection.

The envoy of US President Brett McGork, has been continuing visits to Iraq since the beginning of the war on the "hooligan" in 2014 until today, since his visits since the announcement of victory in Mosul, from military to political.