Two reports prepared the alliance of Sadr and Ameri "surprise": his goal to remove Abadi

In a surprise move that may confuse the political papers in Iraq in the wake of the recent legislative elections, Shiite leaders Moqtada al-Sadr and Hadi al-Amiri announced yesterday a political alliance between their respective electoral blocs, respectively, and the Fatah coalition.

The newspaper said 'Al-Sharq al-Awsat' Saudi Arabia in a report issued on Wednesday, this development coincided with an Iranian move led by the commander of the 'Quds Force' in the 'Revolutionary Guard' Qasim Soleimani on the line 'encircling the ballot box crisis', a crisis affecting the relationship between the components of' Shiite house 'in particular.

In parallel with the movements of Soleimani, who holds the status of adviser to the Iraqi government, the US ambassador to Iraq, Douglas Seleyman is also shuttles between the political blocs, according to the newspaper.

The newspaper quoted an Iraqi politician and academic that the efforts of the Iranian general 'is still so far within the framework of the Shiite house in an attempt to restore and re-arrangement after all the differences that have afflicted among the most prominent leaders.

He added that his efforts to form the 'largest bloc' in parliament 'hit many obstacles'.

For its part, said the French agency in a report, that this alliance, which confused the political papers in Iraq would eliminate the hopes of outgoing Prime Minister Haider Abadi to continue to govern after the list of voters in the third place.

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