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State of Law: Al-Kazemi’s visit to Najaf was close to Al-Sadr for a second term

6th January, 2022

A member of the State of Law coalition and the winning candidate in the elections, Muhammad Al-Ziyadi, confirmed, on Thursday, that “Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi’s visit to Najaf aims to get closer to the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, to renew his second term.

Al-Ziyadi said in an exclusive interview with Mawazine News, “The rapprochement between Al-Kazemi and Al-Sadr is clear between the two parties, and the leader of the current tends to Al-Kazemi for a second term.”

He pointed out that “the dispute between the coordination framework and the current is caused by the rejection of the renewal framework for the three presidencies, and that the Sadrists tend to renew in contrast to the coordination framework that rejects it.”

He added, “From a legal point of view, Al-Kazemi’s actions and decisions that he makes are outside his powers and authority, because he is a prime minister for a transitional phase and the conduct of business.   LINK

Source: Dinar Recaps


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