June 13, 2018 / 03:51 PM
Sa’eroon welcomes forming alliance with Nasr and Kurds to form government

The doors of the new alliance between Sa’eroon and the Fatah List are also open to the Nasr List, led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, and Kurds as well t form the new Iraqi government.

Jaafar al-Musawi, a spokesman for Moqtada al-Sadr, the chief of Sa’eroon Coalition, said in a brief statement on Tuesday, June 12, that "We have previous agreements with the Wisdom List, led by Ammar al-Hakim, and the National Alliance, led by Ayad Allawi, and the doors are open to Nasr and the Kurds to join the new alliance.”

“The new coalition with Fatah is within the national framework and will maintain the tripartite alliance of Sa’eroon, al-Hakim, and the National Alliance,” Sadr said during a joint press conference in Najaf with the leader of the Fatah alliance, Hadi al-Ameri, NRT reported.

The official spokesman of the Fatah Alliance, Ahmed Asadi, confirmed in a press statement earlier in the day that "Fatah and others have announced the formation of the nucleus of the largest bloc and call all winning parties to participate in this alliance according to an agreed program of government that addresses the challenges and crises experienced by Iraq."

Reporter’s code: 50101