Special / Secrets Media
A source in the ruling National Alliance in Iraq, the existence of a political agreement, “three-dimensional” between Iraq and Iran and the United States to eliminate the page of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki forever.
The source told Asrar Media that the religious establishment, whose guidelines were the main reason for preserving Iraq’s unity and expelling an organized organization, rejected categorically and unequivocally the return of certain figures who led the political scene, which led to the entry of the terrorist organization into Iraq and the subsequent devastating legacy of the country and the east. The whole Middle East.
The source added that the insistence of the religious establishment on the removal of faces that did not bring good to the country, as he put it, forced the forces of global, regional and local agreement to oust former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and political figures associated with his ruling from the political scene in full.
The source said that the Islamic Dawa Party will announce the official abandonment of the Secretary-General this year, and the selection of a new Secretary-General to refrain from the repercussions of the stage of Mr. Maliki.
On the other hand, identical sources in the Islamic Republic of Iran and the United States of America confirmed that the two nations can not overcome the religious establishment in Iraq after the defeat of the “call”, and there is an attempt by both countries to reach a special “joint” agreement to preserve their interests in Iraq without cross-interests Iraq and its religious establishment.
A large electoral alliance looms in the horizon, including the current prime minister, who is victorious by Haidar al-Abadi and his main supporter, the leader of the ruling National Alliance, Ammar al-Hakim, and the leader of Sadr’s movement Moqtada al-Sadr.
The leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, on Monday, his support for the candidacy of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi for a second term.
“Abadi should give four more years to complete what he started,” Sadr said in a televised interview. “He supports Abadi’s candidacy for a second term, not a third.”
Sadr said that “Abadi soon declare his independence [from partisan work],” noting that “the difference between the previous and current governments as the difference between the earth and the sky.”