Sunni bloc policy announces its joining the Maliki project to the majority government[/size]
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Maliki stressed that the project of the largest bloc "makes its way clearly and force and all those who believe in forming a coalition of the majority are invited to participate."
He called on "all to work together to achieve the objectives of interest to all citizens, such as the return of displaced and displaced people, the reconstruction of cities and solve the problem of unemployment and upgrading the level of services and the completion of a government program through the project of a national majority and a strong government to deal with crises and obstacles and achieve the achievements of the people."
For his part, the delegation welcomed the steps to form the largest bloc, and its readiness to be an essential part of it to facilitate the process of forming the government as soon as possible. According to Maliki's office statement.
In early June, the Supreme Judicial Council decided to appoint judges to oversee manual counting and counting rather than members of the Board of Commissioners who were suspended.
On June 24, the Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) announced a recount of the results of the legislative elections, the most prominent of which was the Sadrists, led by radical Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr.
Since then, several lists have joined together to form a majority, but re-counting and popular protests have delayed negotiations.