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Sadr: Abd al-Mahdi's resignation not end of corruption

2019/11/30 | 03:00

(Iraq Now News)-

Sadrist

Movement Leader Muqtada al-Sadr said on Friday that the resignation of Prime

Minister Adil Abd al-Mahdi was one of the revolution outcome, but does not mean

the end of corruption.Sadr

thanked protesters and the Supreme Marja‘ as Abd Al-Mahdi has resigned, and

proposed holding a public referendum to select a new prime minister.Prime

Minister‘s nomination should be through a popular referendum on five

candidates, Sadr said, suggesting that ballot boxes be put in the squares of

protests.

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