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Sadr Gives New Iraqi Government 1 Year for Reforms

Iraqi influential Shi’ite cleric and the leader of Sairoon bloc, Muqtada al-Sadr, has given one year timeline to the new Iraqi government, after its establishment, to implement reforms.

Sadr said in a statement on his official Twitter account that Adil Abdul-Mahdi, who is now assigned to form the new Iraqi government, will be under watchful eyes of Sadr for one year after its formation.

Sadr expects the new government to fight corruption in the country.

He hopes that Abdul-Mahdi will be able to maintain an impartial position as the prime minister and avoid being influenced by a certain political party.

The Shi’ite leader also warned that they will rise against Abdul-Mahdi’s government if it fails to address the crises in Iraq.

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