Sami al-Askari, a leading figure in the coalition of state law, headed by Vice President Nuri al-Maliki, on Sunday, that the chances of Prime Minister Haider Abadi second term has become “very weak,” asserting that his popularity is not as desired by his supporters.
“The subject of the next prime minister depends on many factors that are not clear so far, especially the results of the elections,” said al-Askari, quoted by the Saudi daily Asharq Al-Awsat as saying. “It is clear that Abadi’s popularity is not as his supporters and supporters wish. His visit to the provinces of Diwaniyah and Maysan and the modestpublic presence in them is an indicator of the non-worshiper. ”
“The results alone are not enough post-election alliances are also important factor in the report of the largest bloc, and in determining the candidate for prime minister, and for me and in light of the available data, I find that the chances of Abadi in the second cycle is very weak.”
The stream of national wisdom headed by Mr. Ammar al-Hakim considered Sunday that Prime Minister Haider Abadi became “very far” from the second mandate, pointing out that the results of the parliamentary elections will shock him.