Allawi: The need for the crowd is over .. This agreement, “not announced” with Iran will harm Iraq’s relationship with America

 Policy    2019/03/31 11:17  1283    Editor: hr     

Baghdad today – Baghdad

The leader of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi, on Sunday (March 31, 2019) an agreement that he said “undeclared” with Iran, may harm Iraq’s relationship with America.

“Iran will open 3 industrial centers in Iraq, this is the request of President Hassan Rowhani during his recent visit to Baghdad and the Iraqi leadership agreed to it, which will hurt,” Allawi said in an interview with a program presented by Dr. Nabil Jassim and presented on the Tigris channel. In Iraq because it will put it against America, which sanctions against Tehran. ”

“It is compatible with the way Abdul Mahdi works on Iran, but there are agreements to break the siege on Iran, including the industrial and commercial centers between the two countries,” he said.

As for accusing Iran of interfering in the affairs of countries in the region, Allawi said, “It interferes with issues related to Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and even the question of Palestine and will not be able to continue this behavior.”

“I do not insist on staying in the political process, there is a last chance to get out of the quota, and some paragraphs of the constitution must be reformulated,” he said.

He pointed out that he “sent a letter to the current Prime Minister, reveal the coordinates of fraud that has occurred, and this message reached the Secretary-General of the United Nations, and the President of the Iraqi Republic.”

As for the popular crowd and its future, Allawi said that “there are two parts in the first popular crowd made sacrifices and fought dueling and liberating land, and there is a second crowd, we do not know where the number is increasing in an unknown way.”

“I told the leaders of the crowd, including Abu Mahdi al-Mohandis and Hadi al-Amiri, that the need for the crowd is over and the good fighters must be integrated into the security services,” he said.

“There is an army in Iraq, one is the crowd,” he said.


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