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Iraq parliament accepts PM's resignation
seasnake
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Uncertainty remains as Iraq parliament accepts PM's resignation

Parliament approves resignation of Abdul Mahdi's government after two months of protests that left more than 400 dead.
by Arwa Ibrahim
02 Dec 2019 08:12 GMT
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/12/i...31173.html

Baghdad, Iraq - Iraqi legislators approved Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi's resignation on Sunday during a parliament session held in the capital Baghdad amid weeks of deadly anti-government protests.

An embattled Abdul Mahdi had announced on Friday he would quit, after 50 demonstrators were killed the previous day by security forces in Baghdad and Iraq's mainly Shia southern cities of Nasiriya and Najaf.

The prime minister also faced criticism from Iraq's top Shia leader, Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, who condemned the use of lethal force against the protesters and called for a new government.

A cabinet meeting on Saturday had approved Abdul Mahdi's announcement, which also suggested the resignation of key members of the Iraqi government, including the prime minister's chief of staff.

Caretaker government
Legal experts told Al Jazeera the government would assume a caretaker role for 30 days or until the largest bloc in parliament agrees on a new candidate to replace him.

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seasnake
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RE: Iraq parliament accepts PM's resignation
Anyone have any views on this or what you believe it may portray for the future?
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RE: Iraq parliament accepts PM's resignation
I post and pinned ? Whose the teachers pet then ?
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RE: Iraq parliament accepts PM's resignation
seasnake  Wrote: (12-03-2019 03:18 AM)
Anyone have any views on this or what you believe it may portray for the future?

THE END.
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seasnake
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 03:22 AM)
I post and pinned ? Whose the teachers pet then ?

actually it was pinned at zero replies, and though a lot of my posts get pinned I don't control the mods or what is or isn't pinned, most of my requests for pins I find interesting to be pinned are aptly ignored
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northerntomcat
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RE: Iraq parliament accepts PM's resignation
This clear the way for the next civil war in Iraq, the shia vs the Sunnis.
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northerntomcat  Wrote: (12-03-2019 04:00 AM)
This clear the way for the next civil war in Iraq, the shia vs the Sunnis.

10 Differences Between Shia and Sunni Muslims




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seasnake
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RE: Iraq parliament accepts PM's resignation
northerntomcat  Wrote: (12-03-2019 04:00 AM)
This clear the way for the next civil war in Iraq, the shia vs the Sunnis.

A prime minister stepping down due to a 40 person dead blood bath in Iraq, sure doesn't sound on the surface like its going to bold well in the days after. Perhaps you are right.
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