Alliances to form a new government .. political controversy
15/5/2018 12:00 am
[rtl]Baghdad / Al-Sabah
With the announcement of 95 percent of the results of the parliamentary elections in 10 provinces, began to talk about the form of the new government, in light of the doubts of some political blocs involved on the results announced.
Political parties are waiting for the 5 percent of the remaining results, hoping to win additional seats. At a time when others are winning, the blocs have got their expected sizes and the future coalition of alliances is clear.
The Electoral Commission recently announced the preliminary results of the provinces of Baghdad, Babil, Wasit, Basra, Diyala, Dhi Qar, Anbar, Diwaniyah, Karbala and Muthana, and confirmed the progress of the coalition followed by the coalition Fatah and victory.
"The results of the elections were natural and do not carry surprises, as the majority of the blocs obtained their expected sizes without significant differences, with minor exceptions, by embracing the masses for certain lists that they have joined with and fought against corruption," said the deputy of the Liberal Liberal Party, the governor of Zamili. And stumbled what made it stand out during these elections. "
Al-Zamili pointed out that "the compass of future alliances became clear after each bloc identified its size to attract other blocs to form the next government, and that the map of alliances will become clearer in the coming weeks," noting that "the two main lists at this stage are going and victory and the rest of the lists come Respectively. "
For his part, said the leader of the wisdom stream Raad al-Haidari that "the stream of wisdom began before the election felt the pulse of different political forces, as well as minorities," noting that "the current will begin seriously in the negotiations and the stage of forming the government after the Commission's election results."
Al-Haidari added that "the 5% of the results of the elections that have not been announced so far may change the features of the results in some provinces," stressing that "does not count on the results of the private vote and the ballot abroad."
On the possibility of leaving the quota during the coming period, al-Haidari said that "leaving the quota and moving to the political majority or national will be through a transitional phase," likely to "the coming period is a partial application of the national political majority."
Hisham al-Rikabi, director of the media office of the head of the coalition of state law has revealed the start of dialogues and contacts with political forces, which have been understanding with them on the political majority, stressing that "the features of this alliance, which will lead the majority project will appear soon."
He added that "the signs of the formation of the coalition, which will lead the political project aimed at creating a national political majority will show its features soon," stressing the importance of "the adoption of the draft political majority during the next phase."
The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Nechirvan Barzani, called on Monday, the winning parties in the elections to start talks to form a new government, while stressing the need to preserve the "constitutional rights" of the region.
The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government said in a statement that "the head of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Nechirvan Barzani, received the special envoy of the US President for the war on Dahesh, Brett McCurk and Douglas Seelman, US ambassador to Iraq and a diplomatic delegation accompanying them.
The Presidency added that "the delegation stressed the importance of uniting the Kurdish parties to their word, and have an active role with other political forces winning the election to form a new Iraqi government, and the need to emphasize the parliamentarians on the rights of the people of Kurdistan."
For his part, Barzani, according to the statement, "We call on the Iraqi and Kurdish parties winning to start talks on forming a new government with political and architectural projects and visions for the present and future of Iraq," stressing the need to "preserve the constitutional rights of the Kurdistan region, and that the Kurdish parties have an influential role in the government Iraq's future. "[/rtl]
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