Close to Abadi: No validity to the requirement of Sadr to the Prime Minister to resign from the Dawa Party
Abdul Hadi Mahoudar, close to Prime Minister Haider Abadi, denied on Sunday that the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, Ali Abadi, to leave the Dawa Party in return for his support for a second term.
“Certain information: There is no truth to the Sadr requirement for Abadi to leave the Dawa party,” Mahoder wrote on his Facebook page.
On Sunday night, al-Abbadi and the leader of the Sadrist movement held a meeting in Baghdad, according to press reports that he “saw Sadr’s requirement that Abadi leave the Dawa party, in return for the second term.”
He congratulated Abadi, according to a statement of the Office of Information Abadi, “the Iraqi people once again to hold elections on time, thanking the security forces that protected the voters and maintained neutrality.”
Abadi called on “all blocs to accept the results and follow the legal means of objections and called on the Commission to consider them.”
“The meeting with Mr. Moqtada al-Sadr is to work together to speed up the formation of the government and the next government will be strong and provide services and job opportunities, improve living standards and fight corruption,” he said.
Haider al-Abadi said that “the meeting witnessed a convergence of views on the need to accommodate everyone.”
“The meeting is a reassuring message that the next government is a fatherhood and takes care of all the people, pointing out that our hand is extended to all those who build the homeland and that the decision is Iraqi, stressing the importance of speeding up the formation of a government that takes into account the aspirations of our people. Source