Call: for those who prevail in the party leadership?


Tuesday 0.25 August 0.2015

An official in the Iraqi Islamic Dawa Party, that party is witnessing a struggle between the two wings of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, and party leader Nuri al-Maliki, who canceled his post as deputy president of the republic, within the correctional recent decisions Abadi that package.

According to the official, who asked not to be named, said: sharp power struggle going on between the two wings Abadi al-Maliki, and that the conflict to topple each other has begun.

Commenting on the subject, said Iraqi political analyst, Ihsan al-Shammari, that al-Maliki will not give up easily, has been thinking about political campaigns first and then military to strengthen his influence.

Abizaid Shammari said Maliki will go first to enhance the strength of the political wing, and will focus its efforts on a coalition of state law, led, and will resort to win support from factions of Badr and Hezbollah, and the League of the Righteous, and the Al nujaba that make up a large part of the popular crowd troops.

He Shammari that al-Maliki ( former Prime Minister), he had begun work to strengthen its military influence, before the abolition of his post as deputy president of the republic, noting that al-Maliki has a strong deep state, as he put it.

saw a political analyst, that al-Maliki may cause paralysis of the political process in Iraq completely, through Deep state and support of Iran and Lebanon's Hezbollah.

For his part, attributed the Ahapandr, former deputy, and one of the founders of the Dawa Party in the seventies of the last century, he explained that al-Maliki does not derive its strength from the Dawa Party, but of the institutions that founded with significant funding, and took advantage of them at different times, means multiple, through the use of his influence when he was head of the government over eight years.

Ahapandr said that al-Maliki is stronger than Abadi within the party, pointing out that the Islamic Dawa is the weaker party in the country in terms of popular support, and competencies within the party, as described.

He that al-Maliki was based on the history of the march and the struggle of the party against Saddam's regime (former Iraqi President), but he was not able to act properly and the liquidation of himself with his hand, he said.

The head of the Iraqi Council of Ministers Haider al-Abadi, announced on August 9 / this August, several reform decisions, represented the abolition of immediate positions of each of the three Vice-President of the Republic Nuri al-Maliki, and Iyad Allawi, and Osama Najafi, and the Deputy Prime Minister, and reduce the comprehensive and immediate in the number of protections for state officials, among them the three presidencies, ministers, deputies, and special grades, and the Directors-General , and governors, and members of the provincial councils, and their grades.

He acknowledged the Iraqi parliament, in 11 of the same month, during its regular, government reforms, presented by al-Abadi package.