Sources with close knowledge of internal political consultations have asserted that among the names being floated by political groups for Iraq’s premiership include that of Mazen al-Eshaiker.
Several observers have said that al-Eshaiker might have better chances in case Adel Abulmahdi is not able to grab the opportunity of becoming Iraq’s next prime minister.
Sources said that the political powers had reached a shortlist of candidates for the prime minister position on two conditons: One who would not belong to any party and two, did not hold any position in the previous governments.
Al-Eshaiker meets both conditions.
As a new person enters the ring, former prime minister and forever thug Nouri al-Maliki still wants to grab the post one more time.
The Islamic Dawa Party held a meeting today, with the presence of Nuri al-Maliki and Haider al-Abadi, to joint efforts and come up with one candidate for Prime Minister position. The party has been ruling the country since 2005. #Iraq
Back in 2017, former vice president of Iraq Tariq al-Hashemi had a great deal to say about Nouri:
When I asked Talabani about the fictitious cases Maleki had made up, Talabani said that “following the overthrow of the former Iraqi regime in 2003, Nouri al-Maleki came to visit us in Erbil, saying that ‘al-Dawa party has decided to purge the Iraqi army’s scientists, pilots and high-ranking officers. We want you as Kurds join us in this mobilization.’”
Maleki personally took charge, forming death squads to purge all those figures. Thus the al-Dawa party and Maleki, for that matter, are responsible for the killing of Iraqi scientist, pilots and officers.
Also the WikiLeaks website revealed in this regard that the Iraqi Prime Minister and Commander in Chief ‘Nouri al-Maleki’ had handed over the information to Iran to be used for killing Iraqi pilots and high-ranking officers.
Also a deal was made between the United States and the Iranian regime during the 2010 elections to keep Maleki in power, and there’s no doubt in that. Nouri al-Maleki wanted to complete his unfinished destructive project he had started in 2006.
Mowafaq Rabiei former Iraqi National Security Advisor once asked Maleki ‘why did you target Tariq Hashemi?’ In response, Maleki says that “don’t ask me. Go ask Haji Ghasem. Ask it from Ghasem Soleimani.” (Commander of Iran Terrorist Quds Force) This was Maleki’s response. Thus, it’s quite clear that the decision to hit me was a completely political move initiated by the Iranian regime.
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