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The mp for the Coalition of Walkers Star Al-Atabi, that the departure of his alliance from the nomination of a new prime minister is a demand that satisfies everyone, while pointing out that the new candidate will be out of the political process
Al-Atabi told the Iraqi News Agency (AAP) on Friday: "The coalition of Walkers has given up the choice of prime minister in accordance with its constitutional entitlement, because of its sympathy with the demands of the demonstrators and the Iraqi people."
He added that "the specifications of the next prime minister are determined not to be affiliated with a party and did not work within the political work previously, to be independent, and not to be dual national."
He added that "the departure of a coalition of walkers from presenting a candidate for the prime minister is a demand that satisfies everyone because the nomination of the prime minister must be removed from the factional and partisan, and that he should be an independent and free person to choose his ministerial cabin so that he can perform his duties without pressure."
Earlier, Al-Rubaie, a member of the Coalition, said that "the coalition will not participate in the next government unless the prime minister is chosen by the Iraqi street."
The head of the National Wisdom Movement, Ammar al-Hakim, called for speedy selection of a socially and politically acceptable prime minister.
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