[size=36]Parliament's actions push al-Maliki to demand the post of Vice President .. Details of his contacts Saleh and Halbousi[/size]
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seeks the leader of the coalition of law, Nuri al-Maliki, to get the post of Vice-President of the Republic for fear of actions that may be taken by parliament against him.
A deputy for the "Reform" coalition, "al-Maliki recently held a series of meetings and direct and indirect contacts with the President of the Republic Barham Saleh, and Speaker of Parliament Mohammed Halbousi, in order to get the post of Vice President."
And that, "Maliki waved to take legal action as the position approved by the Constitution and can not be exceeded, which is his share in accordance with political agreements."
The MP stressed that "the pressure of al-Maliki came after learning of steps close to the parliament against deputies who have not been sworn in, as the subject was put forward by the Legal Committee, within the framework of reform steps in the work of parliament, which seeks to be the new legislative decisive for the files and laws outstanding."
He added that "the name of al-Maliki among the names put up with a number of other deputies at the table of parliament, and there will be decisive decisions against them, because they did not take the oath after a full year on the work of parliament."
Al-Maliki said in a press statement followed by / Mawazine News, that "despite my full support for the parliament, but I did not find it difficult to exercise my role as a parliamentarian under the circumstances experienced by the House of Representatives, which began to deviate from the context of his constitutionally defined tasks, and began to intervene in matters outside His powers such as allocating military degrees and interfering in financial affairs. "
He added that he is waiting for the decision to install him "as Vice-President of the Republic or not, before I resolve my position on the swearing-in as a deputy in the House of Representatives."
Maliki said in a previous press interview, that "the failure to appoint a vice president of the Republic is a constitutional breach because the Constitution stipulates that the president has one or more deputy."
Maliki expressed surprise at the "failure of President Barham Saleh to take a decision to send his nomination for the post to the House of Representatives for a vote, despite the fact that Saleh talked more than once about his desire to be the head of the coalition of state law Maliki first deputy."