Abadi allied with Maliki's opponents to isolate him politically
Sunday 11/15/2015 0:39
/ Agencies / Baghdad news
being the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi intensive dialogues and meetings to hold a consensus and alliances directly and indirectly with opponents of his predecessor and leader of the coalition Nuri al-Maliki in order to politically isolate him, after he began the last rigid stance of refusing to cancel his post as vice president. Perhaps produces meetings and mobility witnessed by the political process in Iraq alliances may soon announce the formation of a "reform bloc", supports Abadi, in the so-called "reforms" announced in the face of the political blocs, which refuses to some popular movement in the country and warns the prime minister to make any reform move that could affect them. A source within the National Alliance that "there is a great mobility within the coalition between the two teams, one in favor and the other al-Abadi al-Maliki, but who supports the current head of government is the largest in the presence of the Sadrists and the Supreme Council which are considered the most prominent opponents of al-Maliki during his governance in the country.
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