Shiite forces fail to end Zarrafi’s assignment … with details
Baghdad / news – The Shiite forces that gathered at the home of the al-Hikma movement leader Ammar al-Hakim failed to end the assignment of Adnan al-Zarfi to the position of prime minister.
A source familiar with “Al-Ikhbaria” stated that “it has not been agreed to reject Al-Zarfi’s mandate as a constitutional mandate and he must end his constitutional period of thirty days.”
He added: “There was no agreement on any alternative names, but the dispute still exists between the blocs.”
On Thursday evening, Al-Hakim’s house had included a meeting of the Shiite forces to discuss Al-Zarfi’s mandate.
A source told “Al-Ikhbaria” that “the meeting included both” the leader of the State of Law coalition Nuri al-Maliki, the leader of the Badr Hadi al-Amiri organization, the leader of the Victory Coalition Haider al-Abadi, the representative of the Sadqoun Adnan Fayhan group and the leader of the Ataa Faleh al-Fayyad and Ammar al-Hakim bloc.