Meeting shock .. Sadr and Abadi in a political swoop to discuss the formation of the government in Baghdad
The leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr and Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi work together to speed up the formation of the government.
A statement issued by the Office of Prime Minister received / Mawazine News / a copy of the Prime Minister, Dr. Haider Abadi in Baghdad met with the President of the Sadrist movement, Sayyed Moqtada al-Sadr, who visited Baghdad suddenly.
Abadi congratulated the Iraqi people once again on holding the elections on time in advance, thanking the security forces that protected the voters and maintained their 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.
He pointed to the importance of moving quickly to exercise those who won the elections their role and functions in the House of Representatives.
Abadi said that the meeting with Moqtada al-Sadr is “to work together to accelerate the formation of the government and the next government will be strong and provide services and employment opportunities and improve the standard of living and fight corruption.”
“The meeting witnessed a convergence of views on the need to accommodate everyone,” said Dr. Haider al-Abbadi.
While the chest thanked the Prime Minister and blessed him the victory achieved by the victory list.
“The meeting is a reassuring message that the next government is a fatherhood and takes care of all the people,” Sadr said, adding that “our hand is extended to all who build the homeland and that the decision is Iraqi.”
He stressed the importance of speeding up the formation of a government that takes into account the aspirations of our people.
It seems that the most important part of the understandings of Sadr and Abadi is the establishment of an alliance capable of bearing the crisis of the post of prime minister and prevent political clashes with the large Shiite lists that are inconsistent with this understanding through the adoption of rules of action to attract other lists of Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds and minorities.
The lists opposing this understanding try to focus on the idea of a political majority and have been able to make successful understandings with the other lists.
In Kurdistan, these understandings were defeated because of their conditions for the return of Article 140, while observers expect that the duration of the understandings will not be prolonged because they are not binding and do not reach the degree of agreement or binding agreement. Source