Abadi's office reveals the fact of forming an emergency government
The spokesman for the Prime Minister, Saad al-Hadithi, the absence of any text and a constitutional document refers to the formation of an emergency government, while referring to the steps to form the next government going on a rising.
Al-Hadithi said in a press statement that "the procedures related to the completion of counting and manual counting ended a few days ago, and the procedures for the results of the elections and the ratification of the Federal Court are now being completed at an increasing pace."
He explained that "once the ratification will enter the political blocs in the time limits to form the next government through the convening of parliament and the selection of governing bodies, which is being prepared for him."
He stressed that "there was no signal from the Prime Minister of the existence of the desire to form an emergency government has not issued any statement in this regard, and we are in the mechanisms set by the Constitution in connection with the convening of parliament and the formation of the government."
The former member of the House of Representatives, Ali al-Badiri, on Thursday, July 26, 2018, the existence of a plan to form a government emergency for two years, which returned "a coup" on democracy in Iraq.
"The emergency government is a coup against democracy, especially as the Iraqi state is parliamentary, and there must be a House of Representatives," he said in a press statement.
He added that "the Iraqi constitution did not include a text or a name for the emergency government, but came in the name of the caretaker government, which is witnessing the country now not to ratify the Federal Court on the results of the 2018 elections until the moment.