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Abadi calls Dawa Party secretary general to choose a replacement for Maliki

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Abadi calls Dawa Party secretary general to choose a replacement for Maliki

 

October 27, 2014


BAGHDAD - (eighth day)
According to a source close to the Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the latter called on the leaders of the Dawa Party secretary general to choose a substitute for the leader of a coalition of law and Vice President Nuri al-Maliki.



The source said in his speech ((eighth day)) that "Abadi angry by the actions of Maliki's recent and especially to move on some of the leaders of the Dawa Party in the provinces in order to expel some of the leading figures of the party because it gave confidence to Ebadi to form a government,

explaining that Abadi addressed all the leaders of the party the convening of a meeting where change is the Secretary General of the party, according to the source said.



He added, that there are political leaders expressed their approval of the request to change Abadi, secretary general of the Dawa Party, Nouri Almallki Perhaps one of the most important (Ali al-Adeeb, Ali Alak, Walid al-Hilli.

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A Prime Minister gotta do what a Prime Minister gotta do.

Now sweep all the corruption out, or at least a big chunk of it. Then send the troops in to evict fuzz ball out of the P.M. Palace/residence. Do ya thing the Sunni Iraqis will question weather or not they may get a fair chance under Abadi's regime ? I think they will have many positive things to say. Get this ISIS thing done and outta da way and RV this sucker. At a high rate, especially if the IMF down grades Iraqs GDP and economic growth rate and the IQD stays relatively at the same rate.

Boo yah.

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So the little sneaky crook was up to no good and still could not leave his nose out of things.  Trying to get rid of supporter for Abadi by replacing them with Dawa members.  Now we know why the President Fasum (how ever you spell it) told Maliki that he is to not go to the provinces without announcing to the President first.  He just can't stand it that he is out of the loop.  I see this as their opportunity to get his @ss.   He will no longer have immunity.   

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To early to say GoodBye to Maliki Ill hold off a few more days, we all know how the Iraq news is, today its Goodbye Tomorrow its Hello. But I hope its Goodbye for Maliki its been to long coming ..

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Maliki won't give up, but something tells me Abadi even sleeps with one open with that psyho loonie slithering around in the sands of Iraq. Where has Abadi been the past 8 years anyway? Imagine if Abadi had of come out the starting gate with the reins in his hands. We would already be doing "Da Dance!!!!!" :)

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I certainly hope this happens, but the communication is for the Dawa Party to choose a replacement. Now, will they do it?  

Maliki has one agenda:  Maliki.  He needed to have been removed long ago, but the Dawa Party couldn't (wouldn't) do it.   

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The only problem would be that Isis would probably love Maliki. Even their car bombs, murdering of the innocent and beheadings cause less damage to Iraq than Maliki.  

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