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Strongly worded differences between "al-Maliki" and "Qods Force" (Details)
25-02-2016 03:45 PM
Orbit News -
According to press reports, the emergence of signs of disagreement between the former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the head of Iran's Qods Force Gen. Qassem Soleimani, having reached the last to Baghdad, bringing with him three messages, including "Iran's support for Ebadi and warning of attempts to dismiss him, which means acceptance of Tehran Balebadi and its refusal the owners as an alternative candidate in case Abadi decided to resign from his post.
In this context, Mansour Baaja MP for the coalition of state law, led by al-Maliki, said Iraq rejects the intervention of the commander of Iran's Qods Force Gen. Soleimani affairs of the political process and the ongoing reform process in the country.
He said Baaja in an interview television, that "what is happening now is an Iraqi politician would not be entitled to Iran nor Qassem Soleimani interfere in it," noting that "Iraq welcomes the presence of Soleimani, a military advisor to support fighters in defeat al Daash."
Among Alabegi, said that "what is happening from the differences within the components National Alliance does not allow the Iranian general to intervene in its affairs, "adding that" political parties are looking for their own interests away from the interests of Iraq, pointing out second hand that is likely to take Ibrahim al-Jaafari, leader of the National Alliance in the event of his inclusion in the ministerial change forthcoming. "
The Iraqi official revealed in a press statement, visit Soleimani of the capital Baghdad, to enter the political and economic reforms that it intends to Prime Minister al-Abadi implementation line, pointing out that the latter carried with him three crucial messages.
The source said that "the first message is to the Tehran declaration support for Ebadi, which means taking a hand off any other personal ", in reference to the leader of a coalition of state law Maliki, while the second message is a warning Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr, the Islamic Supreme Council headed by Ammar al-Hakim, not to break away from the National Alliance, as recent statements were against Abadi and his reforms amid bipartisan demands to withdraw confidence from Abadi. "
The source explained that" the third message is to direct the leaders of the popular crowd not to rebel against al-Abadi, "which means acceptance of Tehran Balebadi as commander in chief of the armed forces."