[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Sources: Maliki collected 140 seats and got the approval of the announcement of the largest bloc
Informed political sources, on Saturday, the understandings brought together the two main Kurdish parties, and the two blocs of law led by Nuri al-Maliki, led by Hadi al-Amiri.
"The map of alliances appeared to suggest that the two Kurdish parties could be combined with the Fatah alliance and the State of Law coalition, amid leaks about the possibility of al-Maliki's gathering of 140 seats, in parallel to other leaks about the admission of Sunni parties," the sources told Al-Hayat newspaper in a report. "He said.
The sources said that "the meeting that was held yesterday between representatives of the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in Baghdad, Maliki and al-Amiri, did not come out with a real agreement to announce the largest bloc, while the Kurdish parties seek to be the egg Alkban in the competition for the largest bloc and the choice of prime minister , A strategy adopted by Sunni forces as well. "
The sources, "familiar with the dialogues," which are taking place in the meantime between Baghdad and Najaf, that "Sadr and Abadi on the one hand, and Ameri and Maliki, on the other hand, received implicit or tentative approvals from the same forces during the past days to announce the largest bloc."