Iraq’s Prime Minister-Designate Withdraws Candidacy for Post

Ali Corbett

Iraq’s key minister-designate withdrew his candidacy for the position on Sunday, stating he confronted obstruction from some political factions over reforms, deepening political turmoil in the region as it faces a growing coronavirus obstacle.

Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi ran up against the vested interests of political parties that have dominated Iraq given that it grew to become a democracy in 2003. He blamed his failure to sort a government on politicians who he stated weren’t significant about delivering on the promises produced to protesters who pressured…

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