BAGHDAD | Uncertainties mount as Iraq’s PM says he won’t seek 2nd term

14Sep - by Editor - 0 - In STL.News



BAGHDAD — Iraq’s Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said he will not “cling to power,” after the country’s highest Shiite religious authority called for the appointment of a new head of government. A member of the leader’s parliamentary bloc, however, said Friday that if al-Abadi gets a majority in the legislature he will form the new Cabinet.

A member of al-Abadi’s al-Nasr List, or Victory List, said Friday that the outgoing prime minister is still negotiating to form the largest bloc in parliament and if he succeeds then al-Abadi will be nominated for forming the new Cabinet.

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