[ltr]State law intended to adopt a presidential system in the upcoming elections[/ltr][ltr][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - January 25: planned State of Law coalition led by Nuri al - Maliki, the adoption of the presidential system in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Coalition MP Muwaffaq al - Rubaie, said in a press statement, that " the presidential system is better than the parliamentary system after he led his role in the past 14 years, but we think many impurities, does not fit as countries such as Iraq."
On the possibility of different political blocs , with the introduction of the rule of law for the presidential system even from within the National Alliance , al - Rubaie said the difference in the views accepted as not to spoil the friendliness of the issue, and we believe in the rule of law that the presidential system and political majority is a way out of political crisis after 2003 ".
He continued , "We discussed at a meeting of the state of law, important things put forward for the political process reform, and a staff of achieving this is to get corrupt and losers officials, and the adoption of a thesis of the political majority government is not espoused be opposition in the House of Representatives the government and formed a political majority of the three components."
He said al - Rubaie , "We also discussed the election of the provinces law and the House of Representatives and also political and historical settlement and the position of state law , including the project and said that in terms of Almenbdo we are with the settlement but do not compromise with the killers and the Baathists and terrorists and all those involved with the blood of the sons of the people."
He pointed out, that " the strategic choice of the National Alliance, but according to the election law if there were better opportunities for small lists and lists a number of rule of law is going in this direction , " pointing to "discuss the closed and open menus and believe that at the present time it is important to the survival of St. Lego electoral law." Q ended
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