Will Abdul Mahdi succeed in forming the government ahead of schedule? The Sadr Alliance answers


Will Abdul Mahdi succeed in forming the government ahead of schedule?  The Sadr Alliance answers
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(Reuters) – A coalition led by Sadr loyalist Moqtada al-Sadr said on Friday that Prime Minister-designate Adel Abdul-Mahdi will succeed in forming the new government before the 30 days of his appointment.

The leader of the coalition Ayman al-Shammari, told Ashqaf News, that “the Prime Minister-designate Adel Abdul-Mahdi will succeed in the task of forming a new government before the end of 30 days, the constitutional neglected that was given to him,” noting that “Abdul-Mahdi did not face many hurdles in the task of forming a government All the political forces are supportive of him, who nominated or supported his candidacy. “

“Prime Minister-designate Adel Abdul-Mahdi will be very careful in choosing his Cabinet, which may delay the process of announcing the government, but this delay will not last longer than 30 days.”

The leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr on Thursday not to nominate any minister from the coalition, “Sawson” in the cab, the new government appointed by Adel Abdul Mahdi, while revealing an agreement between the blocks puts the latter under probation for a year to assess the performance of his work, waved the uprising of the Iraqi people in case Abdul Mahdi failed in his duties after the expiration of the period.

The new President Barham Saleh has been commissioned after his election in the Iraqi Council of Representatives and the delegation of most of the parliamentary blocs Adel Abdul Mahdi to form the next federal government.

 

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