Ali Kadhimi

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Ali Kadhimi
Leader of the People's Democratic Union
Assumed office
25 January 2020
Predecessor Office established
Successor Incumbent
Member of Parliament for Wadi Nisnas
Assumed office
20 February 2020
Predecessor Office established
Successor Incumbent
Citizenship Akkan
Political party People's Democratic Union
Religion Sunni Islam

Ali Kadhimi is a politician in the Islamic Emirate of Acre and the founder and current leader of the People's Democratic Union. He is also a member of the Akkan Parliament representing Wadi Nisnas. Since the December 2020 general election he has served as Opposition Leader.

Akkan Career

Party Founder (January 2020 - February 2020)

Confidence and Supply (February 2020 - October 2020)

In Opposition (October 2020 - December 2020)

Opposition Leader (December 2020 - present)

Offices

Political Position

Kadhimi is a member of the PDU's Pan-Arabist caucus, though considers himself a "pan-leftist", maintaining close links to the party's Islamic socialist league and its far-left non-confessional caucus.

He readily adopted democratic socialism within the party's manifesto, and was a vocal supporter of also including Arab socialism, an ideology whose socialist credentials are often doubted.