Political convergence to form the next government
26/5/2018 12:00 am
[rtl]«The largest bloc» the focus of meetings of leaders and leaders
Baghdad / morning
The political blocs continued their consultations aimed at forming the largest parliamentary bloc, during meetings that witnessed great convergences in visions and ideas, and gathered various political blocs, which agreed among themselves on the importance of forming a government of technocrats not to investigate anyone.
While denied victory coalition led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, the news that the withdrawal of candidates from the coalition, he pointed out that Abadi «favorite» for the second mandate, and while Mr. Moqtada al-Sadr before his return to Najaf to complete the final touches to the formation of the government, «To support the formation of the government or for threats» Held in the house of the leader of the alliance of conquest Hadi al-Ameri «a quadripartite» included the leader of the coalition of state law Nuri al-Maliki and the delegations of the Kurdish parties «Democratic» and «National Union», which visit Baghdad, while holding the Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim Jubouri Cell A basket of meetings with different political leaders.
Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi held a series of meetings with political leaders. Al-Abbadi met with parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri, and the media office of the prime minister said in a statement received by al-Sabah: "The meeting witnessed the discussion of the election results and accelerating the formation of the government and the general conditions in the country."
Abadi also discussed with Vice President Osama Nujaifi the formation of the next government. He said the media office: "It was during the meeting discussed the political situation and talks on the formation of the government, and the importance of accelerating the formation, and the need to be strong and national and represent all Iraqis."
For his part, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Salim al-Jubouri, head of the National People's Party Ahmed al-Jubouri, said a statement that "during the meeting discussed the post-election phase" at the time discussed Jubouri, with the Secretary-General of the Iraqi National Project Jamal al-Dari, "The meeting dealt with the results of the elections and the challenges and problems that accompanied them," a statement from his office said.
In the same context, the MP of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Ardalan Noureddine, the lack of "Vito" in his party to any candidate to become prime minister, the same position expressed by the MP for a coalition of state law, Mansur al-Baiji, who said: «coalition The state of law raises the slogan of the political majority to form the largest bloc and then the government and we have no veto on anyone ».
In the meantime, the Council formed a high committee to follow up the complaints and violations that accompanied the electoral process on May 12, the Prime Minister's Information Office said in a statement received by "morning": "The Council of Ministers held, on Thursday, an extraordinary session under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Haider Abadi, "Devoted part of it to discuss the violations and problems that accompanied the electoral process and the second part to discuss the reality of
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