Coalition victory: Abadi remains the candidate "the strongest" to head the new government

Sun, 16 Sep 2018 09:58:32

Coalition

The victory coalition led by Haider Abadi, said on Sunday that Abbadi is still the candidate "the strongest and most fortunate" to take over the new government.

The leader of the coalition Ali al-Sunaid said in a statement that "in comparison to the achievement achieved by Abadi victory over the organization of calling and ending sectarianism and stop the economic collapse and thwart projects to divide Iraq, as well as the great success in building Arab, regional and international relations, we find that Abbadi is still the strongest and most effective candidateGood luck in assuming the post of prime minister. "

"Abadi is still the favorite, especially after the talk of reference last Friday, which pointed to the need to return to those who have the wisdom and experience in the reform, and we in the victory is still Abadi, our candidate for prime minister."

A source familiar with the political, has revealed earlier in the day, that the only candidate for prime minister by alliances and other construction, is Adel Abdul-Mahdi, noting that the existence of pressure on the Shiite blocs to limit the nomination Abdul Mahdi.

The source said in a statement that "my allies continue and construction and reconstruction agreed that Adel Abdul Mahdi, their only candidate for the post of prime minister."

"There are pressures exerted on the Shiite blocs to limit the nomination of Adel Abdul Mahdi," without specifying the source of those pressures.

On Saturday, the House of Representatives dissolved the debate over the naming of its new president, where former governor of Anbar, Mohamed Halboussi, won the post with 169 votes out of 298 votes, ahead of his rival the defense minister Khaled al-Obeidi, who received 89 votes, while the former speaker of the House of Representatives came third with 19 Sound.

And the decision of the presidency of the House of Representatives is moving towards the largest parliamentary bloc, which will be the prime minister of its share to provide candidates for the rest of the blocks to be voted on and choose one of them for the post of prime minister.

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