Iraq: Al-Kazemi obtained Tehran’s approval for a second government term.. Al-Hakim supports him.. Al-Sadr is betting on him
Political sources in Baghdad revealed that the visit of Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to Tehran at this time, which Prior to the legislative elections by less than thirty days, it reflects a package of goals that Al-Kazemi seeks to achieve, foremost of which is His quest for a second term of government.
Those sources said that the Shiite political forces competing for the elections are not able to present an acceptable candidate for prime minister At the local and regional levels, and that Al-Kazemi established a system of wide relations and gained the trust of many parties, which made him He aspires to get a second term.
And she indicated that Al-Kazemi realizes that Tehran is the most important gateway to the position of prime minister, as well as a gateway to him Najaf, which still refuses to take over the leadership of any politician from the Shiite parties, under the rule of (the experimenter is not) Trying) what makes Al-Kazemi’s chances great in a second term, explaining that Tehran pledged to the Iraqi Prime Minister Not to object to him assuming the presidency a second time if the Iraqi partners agreed on it.
For his part, the Wisdom Movement headed by Ammar al-Hakim revealed its support for two candidates to head the next government, namely Haidar Al-Abadi and Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
A member of the political body of the Wisdom Movement, Fahd al-Jubouri, said that the approach and project of the state forces, which includes Ammar al-Hakim Haider al-Abadi and the forces of the October tide, which represent the October activists and moderate political forces, refuse to deal with political parties that supports the armed factions.
Al-Jubouri expected that Al-Abadi and Al-Kazemi would be the most fortunate to take over the position of the next prime minister, stressing their support. One of the moderate political forces, foremost of which are those affiliated with the (state forces project).
On the other hand, the Sadrist movement described the marketing of candidates for prime minister as a kind of early propaganda.
The representative of “Sairoon”, Riyadh Al-Masoudi, said that the Sadrist movement presented 95 candidates to participate in the elections October, and that there are Shiite provinces have become the share of the current.
Al-Masoudi did not refer to the Sadrists’ candidate for prime minister, but a source close to al-Sadr said that there is support An exchange between Al-Sadr and Al-Kazemi, as well as hot phones and secret meetings between the two sides that eventually lead to Al-Kazemi’s payment for a second term with the blessing of Al-Sadr.