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Deputy: Choosing a new prime minister will be very difficult

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Post by rocky on Mon 02 Dec 2019, 3:25 am

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[size=18]A deputy in parliament said the process of choosing a new prime minister would be very difficult.


"The process of selecting the new prime minister will be very difficult, especially with the entry of external parties on the line and trying to impose its point of view," said the deputy, who asked not to be named.
 
He added that "some do not support the arrival of a prime minister from outside the main forces that have rotated to head the government in recent years," pointing out that "the mass of others are in a hurry to announce its abdication."






 
The bloc of Saeron, on Sunday, waived its "right" to nominate the next prime minister as "the largest bloc", noting that it informed the President of the Republic Barham Saleh in that.
 
The House of Representatives voted during an extraordinary session held on Sunday, to accept the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, based on the provisions of Article 75 of the Constitution.


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