Baghdad / File News: The source revealed, on Tuesday, the determination of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, to visit Tehran and Washington in the next few days, to get the support of an Iranian and an American to head the government in the third term, while noting that it will depend on raised the issue of gaining support for a new term on the "restoration of his relationship with the Kurds and Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi."
The source told "File News", "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will visit during the next few days, the Iranian capital Tehran at the head of a high level delegation," noting that "he will meet President Hassan Rohani and Iranian officials to seek support for assuming the presidency of the Iraqi government in the third term, as well as the conclusion of agreements in various fields. "
The source, who requested anonymity, that "al-Maliki will visit again after Tehran to the United States to meet with U.S. President Barack Obama to get the support and endorsement of his third mandate."
The source pointed out that "Maliki will ask support from Tehran and Washington, depending on the put will be presented in front of officials in these two countries is that the work on the restoration of his relationship with the Kurds and mutual visits conducted by the agreements with them, as well as the agreement with the head of the united Osama Najafi, the granting of the year as president during the coming period. "
The Iraqi parliament voted last January to identify the three presidencies states with two, which will prevent Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, from running for a third term, a move considered by his supporters unconstitutional.
The 170 deputies approved the law at a meeting attended by 242, which define the mandate of the President and the Prime Minister and Chairman of the Board of Representatives only بولايتين.
The al-Maliki took over the presidency of its Council of Ministers for the second time after talks that lasted 8 months, during which he won the support of U.S. and Iran to take this position despite winning rival former Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi two seats with 91 seats out of 325
And showed the final results announced by the Electoral Commission for elections win the list of "Iraq" led by Allawi's coalition of "state law" two seats it won 91 seats against 89 for Maliki's list and 70 seats for the INA.
Prior to that source revealed, told the "View News", the details of the meeting mainly Minister Nuri al-Maliki and parliament Osama Najafi, at the home of the latter during the month of Ramadan, referring to the two sides' agreement on naming Najafi, President of the Republic instead of Talabani, and extend the work of the government and parliament full year, and overlook the excesses of the governor of Nineveh province, in expectation that these agreements as a prelude to support the prime minister for a third term.
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