Close: Abadi dissent is not thinking about the Dawa Party, Maliki and raise the name of Mosul report

BAGHDAD - Iraq Press August -21 / August: Former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki returned to Baghdad, from Tehran, to face the file forwarded to the judiciary on charges of involvement in the fall of Mosul, in the midst of a new conflict against the reforms announced by the prime minister Haidar Al-Hayat Alebadi.bhsp

The paper says: It was interesting to gather deputies State of Law bloc and the Dawa Party in Baghdad airport after, appeared last Wednesday, to receive al-Maliki, in a sign of solidarity with their leader to, and to the emergence of a two-front conflict could within the party.

He says close to Abadi for "life" it "faces pressure from within his own party in relation to the last of its decisions, especially the decision to isolate al-Maliki of the position of vice president, as some of them call him to benefit from the momentum of the protests and the formation of a new stream."

But these sources go back and confirm that "the prime minister does not think now in dissent nor undo the reforms, and will not seek to raise Maliki's name from the list of defendants fall of Mosul."

And it saw the Dawa Party, since its inception the beginning of the sixties of the last century a series of splits have emerged on the impact of different political currents, including the (organizing Iraq and abroad and organizing staff and Reform) and others.

And witness the party, in addition to the State of Law bloc, which represents lid Parliamentary (98 deputies), internal debate and deep differences between the poles produced two fronts, one with Abadi and the other with Maliki, who came to visit Iran, accompanied by fanfare on the media level, and coincided with the release of Mosul report, which was carried primary responsibility for the fall of the city, which means undergoing trial, as well as the abolition of the posts of Vice-Abadi President of the Republic, in the framework of the reform packages included most of the official sites and ministries.

And it prevailed information that al-Maliki tried to win the support of Tehran in his battle with undeclared Abadi, who has a direct and unprecedented Shiite cleric Ali al-Sistani support, and public demonstrations and civil demands which came out in most cities in central and southern Iraq.

Some observers believe that demonstrations of wills unspoken conflict between cleric Ali al-Sistani and Iran's supreme leader Ali Khamenei, but they agree that the latter will not risk the challenge of Najaf, at least at this sensitive stage, while the first would go to pay Abadi to make a break with Tehran or beaten interests deep in Alarac.anthy (1)