Abadi's policy faces an earthquake that may rebuild the house of al-Maliki "the great"[/size]
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Abadi faces an earthquake-like event that strikes the Courier coalition for prime minister for a new session.
Sources familiar with the twilight news that the deputies withdrawn led by the head of the popular crowd Faleh al-Fayadh, who heads a tender bloc, in addition to deputies belonging to the Islamic Party and virtue.
According to the leaks, the deputies retracting will go to the relentless pursuit led by the leader of a coalition of state law Nuri al-Maliki to form the largest bloc, which actually happened on Thursday.
Maliki met yesterday with the head of the coalition "decision" Osama Najafi, to form the "largest bloc" during the first meeting of its kind between the parties for years, in light of the rupture that was between them, and the two Vice-President of the Republic, and met more than once with President Fuad Masum, Compromise between them.
Maliki's office said in a statement issued on Thursday evening that "the head of the coalition of the rule of law, Nuri al-Maliki, received the main coalition of decision Osama Najafi, and the head of Ata Faleh Fayyad, and discussed with them the future of the political process and ongoing dialogues between national forces."
The statement added that the two sides "stressed the need for a rapid transition to start implementing the constitutional steps and announce the formation of the largest bloc within the national space, which includes all national forces."
Maliki met Nujaifi personally in 2013, and discussed the repercussions of the security situation and the holding of the elections 2014.
According to leaks, "reconciliation took place between Nujaifi and Maliki during the meeting, coordinated and mediated by national security adviser Faleh al-Fayadh, who attended the meeting."
Despite the entry of the alliance, "the decision" headed by Nujaifi within the Sunni alliance, which recently formed the "national axis," but observers for the Iraqi issue saw the possibility of creating an alliance between Maliki and Najafi, as happened earlier, especially that Nujaifi has deep differences with the components of the alliance, "the national axis."
The Electoral Commission ended the hand counting and sorting last Sunday, almost three months after the elections in May, and is now waiting to receive appeals and complaints before being approved by the Federal Court.
The powers need 165 seats, out of a total of 329, to form the largest bloc to be entrusted with the formation of the next government.
According to the unqualified results of the Electoral Commission, has issued a coalition, "Saron" electoral scene with 54 seats followed by the "Alliance of conquest" with 48 seats and after the dissolution of the coalition, "victory" led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, 42 seats, while the coalition of "State of Law" Maliki on 26 seats.