Deputy for construction: the consensus built on the formation of the government and not on the names
11:37 - 09/12/2018
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MP Hassan Shaker said on Sunday that the principle of consensus was based on the formation of the government and not on the names as some claim, indicating that the naming of ministers depends on the consensus within the alliances themselves.
Shaker said in a statement to Al-Mawloma that it is wrong to change some concepts that have been agreed upon for the interests of their blocs. He said that the consensus reached after the declaration of alliances was based on forming the government as soon as possible without agreement on names.
Shaker added that "the agreement was to give each coalition or bloc to correspond to each other on names and do not allow others to object, nor do we have the right to interfere with what they call either rejection or imposition."
Shaker pointed out that "the construction coalition will not enter the voting session today unless it is confirmed the completion of the quorum," likely "to complete the quorum even if they withdraw others."Ending / 25