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Al-Eidani presents a consensual candidate for the prime minister .. The demonstrators are talking about an upcoming announcement of their candidate

Informed sources reported to “Obelisk” an initial agreement to nominate Asaad Al-Eidani as Prime Minister.

The sources said that the political blocs are in a hurry to name the prime minister to resolve the political crisis since the start of the protests that overthrew the government of former Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi on the twenty-ninth of last November.

The sources said that the consensus is heading towards Al-Aidani.

Many difficulties arise in front of the nomination of a name that is accepted by the street and the consensus between the blocs in Parliament to form a new government, while the constitutional deadline granted to the President of the Republic to announce the assignment of the person who will head the government, which has a duration of 15 days from the date of the resignation of the previous government.

But the protesters still refuse to name any candidate put forward by the parties, where Idani among the number of candidates.

The protesters are calling for the nomination of a prime minister from the middle of the demonstration arenas, provided that his government’s mission is temporary, which is to run the country for six months, and work to prepare a new election law.

But the demonstrators have not yet revealed the name of their candidate, who promised to announce it, which came in a press statement issued by the protesters, which was distributed in Tahrir Square in Baghdad and a number of cities in Iraq, and recited through loudspeakers, that the masses of the demonstrators demand the Iraqi President, Barham Salih, in the name of all Iraqis and the sit-in squares in All of the governorates that refuse to nominate any candidate proposed by political parties and forces, to side with the street and hear his opinion of the candidates, and to take into account the specifications set by the protesters in the personality of the Prime Minister. Source