Baghdad / .... The MP of a coalition of state law, Mansour al-Baiji, Wednesday, that the political movement and meetings between the state of law and other political blocs in order to form the largest parliamentary bloc.
In a statement received by "Iraq News", al-Baiji said that "the state of law continues to discuss after the preliminary results of the elections were produced with the other blocs closest to us in order to expedite the formation of a political majority government according to constitutional time."
He added that "the blocs closest to the rule of law is victory and conquest on the grounds that these blocks emerged from the womb of the rule of law and fought the electoral process and there are understandings and a great convergence to form the largest bloc inside the parliament."
"The state of law, stressed the draft political majority because it is the only solution to save the country from the stages of destruction and abysmal quotas, which led us to what we are so that the next few days will witness the announcement of the largest bloc inside the parliament and we will proceed with our political majority to form a government Coming as soon as possible and according to constitutional contexts. "
It is noteworthy that the media office of the head of the coalition, "state law," Nuri al-Maliki said today, near the completion of discussions to announce a coalition forming a majority government, noting that Kurdish parties will arrive in Baghdad to discuss the matter.
The media spokesman for the office Hisham Rikabi, said the coalition of state law and for many months held many meetings with political forces in the Iraqi political scene and reached with them understandings about the project adopted by the coalition, a project of the political majority.
He pointed out that in yesterday's meeting and today and tomorrow will be completed meetings, knowing that delegations from the Kurdistan region will join these dialogues, and within two days will show the features of this alliance or the parameters of the largest bloc, which will be formed in parliament. Finished
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