Al-Fateh specifies the date for choosing the prime minister and the reason for not revealing his name to the media
18:59 - 11/12/2019
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Al-Fateh coalition revealed, on Wednesday, the presence of six candidates for the post of prime minister after Parliament accepted the resignation of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , explaining why the name of the candidate for prime minister was not revealed to the media.
"The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, will assign the new Prime Minister to form a government within the next two days before the end of the constitutional deadline," said coalition deputy Muhammad Karim in a statement to "Information", pointing out that "the political blocs are currently discussing six national figures who are able to take The post of prime minister, but it was not presented to the media because there are some parties that are working on media and political downfall and turning the country’s traction into a constitutional vacuum.
He added that "all the characters that the media circulated to assume the post of prime minister are not real and fell in front of the street and the demonstrators," noting that "the new character will have the support of the religious authority and the demonstrators and will be announced and assigned within the next two days."
A press report revealed, earlier, the collection of three major political blocs 177 signatures for the nomination of former Oil Minister Ibrahim Bahr al-Ulum for the post of Prime Minister to succeed the resigned Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , while referring to the entry of the Iraqi ambassador in London, Jaafar al-Sadr, on the line. It ended 25 T.