[size=36]Deputy: The position of prime minister will be decided next Sunday and there is no agreement on any of the candidates[/size]
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, a deputy in parliament announced on Sunday that the position of prime minister will be decided next Sunday, pointing to the lack of agreement on any of the candidates whose names are circulated in films.
The representative, Dylan Ghaffour, said that "there are continuous meetings between the political blocs regarding the selection of a certain person to assume the presidency of the next government."
She explained, "The constitutional deadline for assigning a person to take over the prime minister ends next Thursday, given that Speaker of Parliament Mohamed Al-Halbousi has asked President of the Republic Barham Salih on the fourth of this month to assign a person to head the next government after Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi submitted his resignation."
She stressed, "The 15-day period ends Thursday, December 19, and on the day after Friday and Saturday holidays, the discount will be postponed until Sunday of next week."
Ghafour continued that "the candidates whose names appear in the media at the present time, have not been resolved until now, and will be the decisive when the letter of the official assignment from the President of the Republic to the President of the House of Representatives."
She noted, "The negotiations continue until the last moments before the end of the constitutional period."
Ghafour acknowledged, "It is difficult to choose a certain person to assume the responsibility of prime minister during the next stage."
She added, "We witnessed a delay in choosing a figure for this position when the conditions were better than now", noting that "an important element added to the political blocs; the demonstrations and conditions that I set for the next prime minister, which made it more difficult than it was." Ended on 29 / A 43