June 20 2018 06:20 p
The alliance of victory led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, that the political blocs will meet early next week, at the invitation of Abadi on the background of the crisis results of the parliamentary elections and to agree on the program of the next phase in preparation for the formation of the government. "
The spokesman for the alliance victory, Hussein al-Adli said in a press statement "All the political forces welcomed the invitation of the Prime Minister, the leader of the alliance of victory, Haider Abadi, to hold an expanded national meeting, and it is hoped to hold this meeting early next week"
He added that "the meeting will include about ten lists winning the elections, and will not address the issue of electoral appeals, Considering Nha court case and decisiveness in which a legal court. "
The Abadi called on Thursday the political forces to" hold an expanded meeting, to discuss the containment of the results of the elections held on 12 May last crisis and to agree on the next phase of the program in preparation for the formation of the government. "
"The objective of the meeting of the political blocs is to agree on the general parameters of the State administration and its institutions in the next phase."
He added that "the meeting will include about ten lists winning the elections, and will not address the issue of electoral appeals, as it is a judicial issue and the determination of judicial law."
Controversy continues to rage in Iraq over the results of the election, amid accusations of widespread fraud and manipulation and demands for re-election.
It is expected that the IHEC, under the administration of the judiciary, will begin in the next few days the process of counting and counting the votes manually, based on decisions taken by the parliament about two weeks ago.
According to the results announced last month, the alliance, "Saunun" supported by the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr ranked first with 54 seats out of 329, followed by the alliance, "Al-Fath," the political arm of the popular mobilization factions led by Hadi al-Ameri 47 seats.
As the solution of the coalition, "victory" led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, 42 seats, and a coalition of "State of Law" led by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki (2006-2014) with 26 seats.
It is worth mentioning that the official of the Political Bureau of the Sadrist movement, Zia al-Asadi, had revealed earlier that no official invitation by the alliance of victory to the Sadrist movement for dialogue on the formation of the next government, saying they had heard Abadi's request through the media.
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