Iraqi PM is seeking re-election through convincing Kurdish: Fateh member
A member of the Al-Fateh coalition called on Iraqi political forces to stand up to what he called the recklessness of current Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi's government, exposing the Iraqi prime minister's efforts to appease the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) at the expense of the people of the southern provinces.

"Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi is trying to convince the KRG to win the support it needs to extend its mandate to run the country," Aed al-Hilali told Al-Ma'lomeh News Agency.
Emphasizing that al-Kadhimi relies heavily on Kurdish parties as a very strong player in Iraqi politics, al-Hilali added: "This poses a great danger and will be to the detriment of the central and southern provinces, which have been severely damaged by al-Kadhimi's government and its policies."
He called on the Shiite political and national parties to address this issue and to stand against the reckless methods and actions of al-Kadhimi's government against the southern provinces in order to satisfy the Kurdish region, as al-Kadhimi interacts with the Iraqi people to protect his own interests."
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