Sadr chooses Abadi … either call or prime minister
The Sputnik agency published Thursday a report on the existence of conditions demanded by Sadr from the current Prime Minister Haider Abadi for his support and alliance with him for a second term. The newspaper said in a report and its follow-up (Watan News) that " Iraqi political entities expect and accepted by the people the full results of the parliamentary elections, which was launched last Thursday, May 10, for the vote of the security services and the community abroad, and then two days took place in general form throughout the country and the Kurdistan region . "The political scene appeared to move towards the list, which topped most of the provinces declared results in the parliamentary elections, a coalition of others, supported by the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to form a government without sectarian quotas that combine all the basic components in the country .
"The political analyst Ahmad al-Abyad told the agency about the features of the new Iraqi government in the light of the results of the parliamentary elections, and the closest candidates for the premiership, revealing that "there is an idea is currently on, a" compromise candidate, "and so far names are inaccurate or real, Federal Haidar Abadi has a chance to take over the presidency of the government for a second term, but on the terms of Moqtada al-Sadr .
"Al-Abyad explained that "the most prominent and most important conditions of the chest is to announce the Prime Minister Abadi abandonment or resignation from the Dawa Party, and then get an alliance between" Suron "and" victory "(led by Abadi), and goes this way . He added that if Abadi did not meet the conditions of the leader of the Sadrist movement will go to the entities allied with "Saron" to form a government not based on sectarian quotas, he said . At the end of his speech does not expect the political analyst to form a government free of sectarian quotas, saying: "Absolutely and of course will not get a government without quotas, but we call it consensus coalitions . http://www.wataniq.com/news?ID=29280