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The political blocs are looking for a way out to the crisis of choosing the prime minister

 
Baghdad / Al-Sabah
 
 
The political blocs in the House of Representatives are still searching for a way out of the crisis of choosing the new prime minister who is in line with its conditions and the specifications set by the demonstration squares, while representatives from different blocs counted that the only way out of the current crisis in the country - including the problem of choosing the prime minister - is to implement The road map advocated by the religious authority.
The MP from the Al-Fath Alliance, Ahmed Al-Kinani, confirmed in an interview with Al-Sabah that “the rational reference letter was very clear in the letters that I presented to the politicians to end the file of choosing the prime minister, because the country’s survival without a prime minister and the presence of these challenges is incorrect.” Pointing out that "the blocs are destined to resolve the file of the prime minister's candidate by this week," and added, "We call on all political blocs to have a word to resolve the file." In turn, the spokesman for the Sadikoun Parliamentary Bloc MP Naim al-Aboudi said: "The only and real way out is to implement the road map called for by the Marjaiya, knowing that there are basic issues that the Marjaiya has demanded and that have been largely achieved, such as the election law that was voted upon, as well as the law Electoral Commission. "
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Sounds like these pin heads are on the " Horns of an Enema " :lol:

 

They're going to have to choose a PM whose honest, upstanding & with a true work ethic that puts his country's citizens & their country first.

 

 No more Iranian Puppet as a PM. No more stealing untold Billions of $$$$$. NO MORE. YEP, they sure do have a problem don't they.;) 

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2 hours ago, horsesoldier said:

Sounds like these pin heads are on the " Horns of an Enema " :lol:

 

They're going to have to choose a PM whose honest, upstanding & with a true work ethic that puts his country's citizens & their country first.

 

 No more Iranian Puppet as a PM. No more stealing untold Billions of $$$$$. NO MORE. YEP, they sure do have a problem don't they.;) 

Would be nice. This, in the long run, will help this investment. 

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12-01-2020 03:09 PM

Deputy: The presence of the crowd inside the cities contradicts a previous Diwaniya order to remove it

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Baghdad - news

Today, Sunday, the representative of the Alliance of Forces, Yahya al-Muhammadi, considered the presence of the popular crowd inside the cities in violation of a previous Diwani order to remove it from it.

Al-Mohammadi said, in a statement published by an Arab newspaper, and seen by Al-Akhbariya: “The presence of the popular crowd inside the cities and their entrances is a contradiction to a previous order from the government that the crowd should be taken out of the cities and removed from the areas of contact with the citizens.”

He added: "There are complaints about the actions of some elements of the" crowd ", and what happened recently in the district of Al-Qaim in Anbar Province is" a reckless disregard of some of the elements of the tribal crowd, where they killed one of the students, and this work reflects negatively on the reputation of the crowd and must follow the directions that The Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces launched it on the necessity of removing the crowd from the territories.

http://www.ikhnews.com/index.php?page=article&id=206900

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05-01-2020 05:04 PM
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Baghdad - news

Today, Sunday, resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi called for the termination of the caretaker government as soon as possible.

Abdel Mahdi said, at the end of his speech to the House of Representatives, on the current situation: "I call for the termination of the caretaker government as soon as possible and the formation of a new government."

Abdul-Mahdi recommended that parliament go to end the presence of foreign forces in Iraq.

And Abdul-Mahdi stressed: "We ask Parliament to study all the consequences before taking any decision regarding the American presence," noting that "it is in the interest of both countries to end the military presence in Iraq."

He added: Iraq is facing an urgent end to the troop presence or a timetable to end its presence, noting that "the conflict increased between the priorities of Iraq and Washington, which undermined confidence between the two parties."

He continued: "Before the assassination of Engineer and Suleimani in Baghdad, we had pressure tools and we lost an important part of it now," noting that "Iraq is facing an immediate end to the presence of the American forces or a return to the UN decision to be there."

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Follow-up Sunday, January 12, 2020 02:38 PM

Iraqi students

 

The strike continues in the schools of Diwaniya Governorate, except for "Elementary"

 

On Sunday, a security source from Al-Diwaniyah Governorate reported that the strike continued in the schools of the governorate, with the exception of primary schools.

The source said in a press statement, "School students in Al- Diwaniyah governorate are continuing their strike strike, with the exception of primary schools, which have started working since last week."

He added, "The demonstrators also disrupted official working hours in government departments, and closed the governorate building."

And witness the capital, Baghdad and the governorates of the center and south, demonstrations, protests and a strike on the basis since the beginning of last October, and renewed on the 25 of the same month, with the participation of school and university students, which continues until the moment, to request political and ministerial reforms and provide job opportunities.

https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/ar/Story/186652/استمرار-الإضراب-في-مدارس-محافظة-الديوانية-باستثناء-الابتدائية

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State of Law: We will not present a candidate for prime minister .. The best option is to reassign Abdel Mahdi

Political | 03:48 - 12/01/2020

 
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Baghdad - Mawazine News,
The State of Law coalition led by Nuri al-Maliki confirmed on Sunday that the caretaker head, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, is the best available to head the next government.
"In light of the circumstances the country is going through and the inability of political blocs to choose a new candidate, I believe that the best option is to reassign Abdul-Mahdi to form the transitional government, to get out of the crisis," said coalition leader Saad al-Muttalabi in an interview with Mawazine News.
He added, "The state of law participates in the discussions of assigning the next prime minister, and does not present any candidate, because the other forces reject any candidate presented by the coalition." Ended 29 / h

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Deputy in Al-Fateh: The blocs are heading to resolve the file of the Prime Minister candidate this week

Political | 01:13 - 12/01/2020

 
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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News
, the deputy from the Al-Fath Alliance, Ahmed Al-Kinani, confirmed on Sunday that the blocs are heading to resolve the file of the prime minister's candidate by this week.
Al-Kinani said, "After the recent events and the tensions concerning the withdrawal of foreign forces, we need the concerned political forces to end this file."
Al-Kinani added, "The rational reference letter was very clear in the letters that I presented to the politicians to end the file of choosing the prime minister, because the country’s presence without a prime minister and with this presence is not true." This week.
He added, “The Al-Fateh coalition does not take any decision except through consultations, so we call on all political blocs to have a word to resolve the file.” End 29 / A 43

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Deputy in Al-Fateh: The blocs are heading to resolve the file of the Prime Minister candidate this week

Political | 01:13 - 12/01/2020

 
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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News
, the deputy from the Al-Fath Alliance, Ahmed Al-Kinani, confirmed on Sunday that the blocs are heading to resolve the file of the prime minister's candidate by this week.
Al-Kinani said, "After the recent events and the tensions concerning the withdrawal of foreign forces, we need the concerned political forces to end this file."
Al-Kinani added, "The rational reference letter was very clear in the letters that I presented to the politicians to end the file of choosing the prime minister, because the country’s presence without a prime minister and with this presence is not true." This week.
He added, “The Al-Fateh coalition does not take any decision except through consultations, so we call on all political blocs to have a word to resolve the file.” End 29 / A 43

What a joke.. hahahahahhaha

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Iraq's Allawi Says No Intention for Premiership Candidacy

 
BasNews 12/01/2020 - 21:24 Published in Iraq
 

ERBIL - Ayad Allawi, head of the Iraqi National Alliance, made it clear on Sunday that he had no intention for the country's premiership candidacy.

There were several rumors recently that Allawi was attempting to compete with other candidates for the post of future Iraqi prime minister.

However, the Iraqi leader, who previously served as the premier of the country, in a statement on Twitter rejected all the allegations.

He pointed out that it is a right for the people of Iraq to decide on a nominee for the position.

After weeks of anti-government protests, caretaker PM Adil Abdul Mahdi resigned from his position in hopes of addressing the evolving situation in the country.

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6 hours ago, yota691 said:

What Maliki an the rest of his Iranian thieves seems to be overlooking is that 4000 pound elephant in the middle of the room. The protesters called for Mahdi to resign, does these idiots think they’ve changed their minds all of a sudden. 
The problem I’ve always had with the protesters is they have no leadership or organization. They have given these crazy dates to get a new PM an that day comes an goes an nothing changes. 

I’m afraid the can kicking will continue until an outside country or organization steps in with a temporary PM solution. 

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The Demonstrators have representative and Supreme backing them for change. These rollers just aren't listening enough. If the Demonstrators don't get a Non Affiliation with any party as Prime Minster, you will see protesting escalate. Constitutional time is against this GOI. It looks like a Temporary Government will be formed and the United Nations will oversee it..if they don't figure this out soon..Like later on this week...per the articles...     

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01/20/2020 10:38:17 PM 203

Al Haboubi Radio announces the opening of care, banking and retirement services for a period of 3 days in Dhi Qar

Al Haboubi Radio announces the opening of care, banking and retirement services for a period of 3 days in Dhi Qar

 

 

Baghdad / Al-Ghad Press:

Al-Haboubi Radio, the spokesman for the demonstrators in Dhi Qar, announced today, Sunday, the opening of care, banking and pension departments for a period of 3 days in the governorate.

 

 

She said in a statement received by "Tomorrow Press", that "care departments in all their branches, banks and retirement will be opened for 3 days each week (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday)," noting that "the goal of opening these departments is to serve the public interest."

She condemned "the individual actions of saboteurs who try to discredit the peaceful demonstrators."

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Al-Asadi: There is no truth to reassign Abdul-Mahdi as prime minister

Political | 10:17 - 12/01/2020

 
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Baghdad - Mawazine News

A member of the House of Representatives for the Al-Fateh Alliance and head of the Sanad Parliament bloc, Ahmed Al-Asadi, denied the reports about the resignation of the resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi. 
Al-Asadi said in a tweet on his Twitter account: "We deny the news circulating about the agreement to re-assign Abdel-Mahdi and we do not have a new candidate for the presidency."
He added: "We are with the national consensus on any non-dialectical national figure who is qualified to accomplish the tasks at this sensitive stage. The homeland is a trust in the honorable necks."

is over

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12-01-2020 11:48 PM
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Baghdad / News:
A member of the Democratic Party of Kurdistan, Imad Bajalan, Sunday, for adherence to the Shiite blocs Prime Minister outgoing Adel Abdul Mahdi , it did not find a substitute for it until now.,
Said Baghlan in a televised statement followed the "news", "that" the Shiite blocs will not He nominated someone other than Abdul-Mahdi because there is no alternative to him, "indicating that" Abdul-Mahdi was the most suitable person to renew confidence in him.
"He added that" Abdul-Mahdi's resignation came in response to the opinion of the authority, and now the street lacks leadership and the candidate will remain rejected. "
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12-01-2020 10:35 PM
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Ikhbaria The leader of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi, accused the government on Sunday of delaying the results of the investigation into the killing of hundreds of demonstrators, stressing that it is not possible to conduct a reform of the political process without a mini-government tasked with holding early elections.
Allawi said in a televised statement, followed by "Al-Akhbaria", that "the government should make the results of the investigation into the killing of hundreds of demonstrators without any real reason."

He added, "The conduct of reforming the political process cannot be achieved without the formation of a mini government tasked with holding early elections during the next stage," calling for "the disclosure of corruption files from 2003 to the present and exposing the corrupt and the murderers."
Allawi explained that "the popular demonstrations constituted a historic turning point for Iraq with its peace and demands, indicating that" the demonstrators were burned by the wrong policies and they are now demanding a homeland that preserves their dignity and makes them live like the rest of the people in the world. "
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Activists on social media circulated a video recording showing a blame between the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, and the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, during a condolence council that Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi established on the spirit of the deputy head of the Popular Mobilization Authority, Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis, in the guesthouse of the Prime Minister.

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Nassif: Next Sunday, there will be new names nominated for prime minister

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The representative of the Construction Alliance, Alia Nassif, confirmed on Sunday that next Sunday will witness the introduction of Ali Shukri's name as an alternative candidate for Abdul-Mahdi, pointing out that Abdul-Mahdi may return to power.

Nassif stated in a televised statement that I followed (The Information), that "the political forces rethinked Abd al-Mahdi as a matter of responsibility and - Ali al-Shukri or Abd al-Mahdi's return are closest to the prime minister."

She added, "Next Sunday will witness the introduction of new names for the prime minister, and Ali Shukri or the return of Abdul-Mahdi are the closest to the prime minister," noting that "most of the Shiite forces with the return of Abdul-Mahdi."

Nassif pointed out, "Abdul-Mahdi's trip to the region is unjustified. The first was to communicate with representatives of the Kurds in Baghdad instead of going to the region and to meet him with greater dimensions than discussing the security conditions only." 25 n ended

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Al-Abadi Alliance: the political gains and the special degrees behind the movement to give confidence to Abdul-Mahdi again

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Baghdad - Iraq today:

On Sunday, Nada Shaker, a deputy for the victory coalition, considered the political movement to restore confidence to the resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi as having political interests to obtain special gains and degrees, while describing the current government as "weak" for its inability to protect national sovereignty.

Shaker said that "the political blocs are trying through the movement to restore confidence in Abdul-Mahdi to obtain the gains and political gains," pointing out that "private positions and degrees have become subject to sale and purchase in the current government."

She added that "Abdul-Mahdi's survival fulfills the interests of some political forces by obtaining special degrees," noting that "the government is weak and lacks legitimacy since the beginning of the popular protests and the violation of sovereignty by the United States of America."

And revealed the Kurdistan Islamic Group, yesterday, Saturday, the existence of a consensus of the Kurdish political forces to re-give confidence to the resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, describing Abdul-Mahdi as the most successful Iraqi Prime Minister after 2003

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Democrat: Shiite blocs will nominate only Abdul Mahdi to head the government

12-01-2020 11:48 PM

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http://www.ikhnews.com/index.php?page=article&id=206931

 
Baghdad / newsletter:
On Sunday, a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Imad Bajlan, revealed that the Shi’ite blocs are sticking to resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, as they have not found a substitute for him yet.
Baglan said in a televised statement, followed by "Al-Akhbaria", that "the Shiite blocs will not nominate a person other than Abdul-Mahdi because there is no alternative to him," noting that "Abdul-Mahdi is the most suitable person to renew confidence in him."
He added that "Abdul-Mahdi's resignation came in response to the opinion of the authority, and now the street lacks leadership and the candidate and will remain rejected."
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She added that "Abdul-Mahdi's survival fulfills the interests of some political forces by obtaining special degrees," noting that "the government is weak and lacks legitimacy since the beginning of the popular protests and the violation of sovereignty by the United States of America."

 

Seems to me Iran is desperately trying to keep their stooge in power. Key word “some”

 

Translation, Iranian backed groups trying to keep their stranglehold on Iran’s politics.  

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13 minutes ago, 6ly410 said:

Shiite blocs will nominate only Abdul Mahdi to head the government

 

Thats all you need to read to understand.  

Why do you think the protestors are marching through the streets.  

 

Mahdi’s Government inabilities to better their lives.

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21 minutes ago, 6ly410 said:

the Shiite blocs will not nominate a person other than Abdul-Mahdi because there is no alternative to him," noting that "Abdul-Mahdi is the most suitable person to renew confidence in him."

 

 

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