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Frank26: Article: “Iran’s terrorist Qassem Soleimani quits Baghdad following Sadr threats”  link
Don961:  Released reveal the scenes of the meeting of Abbadi and Sadr .. Second conditional state!
2018/05/20 01:10
A source familiar with the Sadrist movement, the scenes of the meeting of the leader of the current Moqtada al-Sadr, Prime Minister Haider Abadi in Baghdad.
The source said in an interview with Baghdad today that “the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, agreed to give Prime Minister Haider Abadi a second term, during the meeting they had just gathered in Baghdad.”
He added that “Sadr demanded the return of Abadi from the Dawa Party and pledges to fight corruption fully, including names influential in the political process.”
Sadr’s office revealed details of Sadr’s meeting in Baghdad after midnight on Sunday.  link
IAM:  Yuuup! Frank hit the center of the target.. again! Bullseye Frankie! Now let’s round up those corrupt officials, boys.. we have a completed RI to activate!
EHankins:  I gotta say it. There’s nothing to worry about. Frank said, “I could care less about the elections.” I believe him. IMO, the time spent now to create the proper timing/conditions for the RI assures the powerful economic strength and level of the RI.
What happens now is like an insurance policy that will pay in great dividends, in my opinion, I can feel it in my gut.  Let’s call it an IMO for now.  All is well and I believe everyone will smile big time when it’s all over. Good things come to those who wait!
Samson:  Abadi meets Sadr in Baghdad to discuss the formation of the next government
20th May, 2018
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi met on Sunday with the head of Sadr’s movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, in Baghdad to discuss forming the next government.
“The Prime Minister, Haider Abadi, met in Baghdad with the head of the Sadrist movement, Sayyed Moqtada al-Sadr, to discuss the formation of the next government.”   LINK
Samson:  Abadi meets Sadr in Baghdad .. and confirm the speed in forming the government
20th May, 2018
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi met on Saturday evening with Sadr’s leader Moqtada al-Sadr in Baghdad, while Abadi congratulated the Iraqi people once again on holding the elections in advance, in thanks to the security forces that protected the voters and maintained their neutrality.
Dr. 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.
“The meeting with Moqtada al-Sadr is to work together to speed up the formation of the government, and the next government will be strong, provide services and job opportunities, improve living standards and fight corruption.”
Dr. Haider al-Abadi said that the meeting witnessed a convergence of views on the need to accommodate everyone.
While Muqtada al-Sadr thanked the Prime Minister and blessed him the victory achieved by the victory list.
He added that the meeting is a reassuring message that the next government is a fatherly and caring for all the people, indicating 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.
Sadr said in a statement that he discussed with the Prime Minister the latest developments in the political process and the importance of the next phase.
Sadr’s visit to Baghdad and his meeting Abadi less than 24 hours after the announcement of the final results of the parliamentary elections for 2018, which resulted in the coalition, “Sadr,” backed by Sadr to the first place with 54 seats out of the total number of seats in parliament, which is 329 seats.
Observers are likely to play Sadr a key role in forming the new government.
Sadr hopes to form a coalition capable of fighting corruption, improving the deteriorating economic situation and rebuilding Iraq after years of war.  LINK