Sources: Iran supports the survival of Al-Abadi on Prime Minister warns of dismissal

2016/06/24 11:43 am


Informed sources spoke, turning Iranian support of their old former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, Haidar Al-Abadi to the rivals of the current Prime Minister.

The sources, which spoke of "tomorrow", provided that no male names, "Corps Commander in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Quds Qasem Soleimani arrived in Baghdad with 3 messages, support Iran to Abadi and sought his dismissal, which means accept Tehran Abadi and rejected Maliki as an alternative candidate if Abadi decided to resign from his post.

In this context, said Mansour al-beayji, a Deputy from the State of law Coalition, which is led by Al-Maliki, said Iraq refuses to enter the Iranian Quds Corps Commander Gen Soleimani political and practical affairs of the ongoing reform process in the country. "

Al-beayji was seen in a television interview followed up "tomorrow", that "what is happening now is the Iraqi politician who is not entitled to Iran nor Qasem Soleimani intervention", stating that "Iraq welcomes the presence of Soleimani as military adviser to support fighters in defeating daash planning."

And between mp Al-beayji, "the differences within the Shia Coalition components do not allow General Iranian interference", adding that "political parties are looking for their own interests away from the interests of Iraq."

He Meanwhile noted that "will likely give Ibrahim Al-Jaafari, leader of the National Alliance in the case covered by the upcoming cabinet reshuffle.

Official sources have revealed to the newspaper, visit solaimani Baghdad entry line of political and economic reforms that Prime Minister Al-Abbadi intends to implement them, noting that the last fast with three critical messages.

The source said, according to the newspaper, the first message is Tehran Declaration their support for Abadi, which means lifting the hand of any other figure, referring to Maliki's State of law coalition leader, the second message is warning the sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr and the Islamic Supreme Council headed by Ammar al-Hakim not to break away from the Shia Coalition, as recent statements against Abbadi corrosive continued amid bipartisan censure claims about Al-Abadi.

The source said "the third message is to direct the popular crowd leaders not to rebel against the Abadi, which means accepting Abadi as Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces under the narrative of the body today and Vice Chairman Abu Mahdi Mohandes confidante of Iran, Mohsen Al-Kaabi group close to America.