[size=36]A deputy excludes naming the new prime minister today[/size]
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, a lawmaker in the parliament ruled out on Sunday that the new prime minister would be named today.
The deputy of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) bloc, Bashar al-Kiki, said: "We rule out that a prime minister will be named (today, Sunday) after the end of the constitutional deadline," stressing that "the rational reference indicated the importance of naming a prime minister during the constitutional period and not delaying the formation of the government."
He added, "The delay in naming the prime minister and forming the government will enter the political process in great embarrassment because the outputs indicate the necessity of taking into account some balances."
Al-Kiki stressed that "the signatures in which the representatives endorsed certain personalities for the position of prime minister are not binding on the President of the Republic who asked the House of Representatives to name the largest bloc, so it is necessary to collect individual signatures because they do not affect and that the nomination be through the largest bloc." Ended 29 / A 43