A political source revealed that a political bloc supporting Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Allawi intends to withdraw its support for him, while noting that the new government is threatened not to give it confidence.
The source said that “a political bloc supporting the Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Allawi intends to withdraw its support for him because of Allawi meeting with a number of Iraqi demonstrators and activists,” noting that “Allawi is moving quickly with a special team, the majority of whom are close to him, and three Iraqi university professors, one of whom is a researcher at a study center British concerned with Middle East affairs, to hold meetings with a number of demonstrators and activists, who have been influencing the popular protests to reach peaceful solutions that satisfy everyone and fulfill the legitimate demands of the demonstrators. ”
The source added that “some politicians are dissatisfied with Allawi’s meetings with activists and demonstrators,” pointing out that “this bloc’s withdrawal of support for Allawi threatens his government not obtaining the confidence of the House of Representatives, especially with the presence of political opposition to it from multiple parties.”
Yesterday, Friday, the MP from the Alliance of Amid Al-Aqabi confirmed that the Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi meets four to five delegations every day, indicating that Allawi wants to choose his government on his own.