[size=36]Saleh throws the ball into parliament and demands the signatures of members of the largest bloc and the name of its candidate for prime minister[/size]
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Baghdad - Mawazine News
, an informed source close to the circle of dialogue said Sunday that the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, demanded that the House of Representatives must include in his answer clearly "the name of the largest bloc and the names of its members and their signatures at the level of members of the House of Representatives, not the heads of the blocs."
He also demanded that "the largest bloc candidate be attached to the signature of all its members."
An informed political source confirmed, the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, rejected the party nominations for the post of prime minister, indicating that he was waiting for the parliament to be decided to name the largest bloc.
The source said, "The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, insists on not responding to party nominations before Parliament determines who is the current largest bloc and who is its candidate."
It is reported that the President of the Republic transmitted, today, the Federal Court's answer regarding the largest bloc to the House of Representatives, calling at the same time Parliament to "define the largest bloc"
And previously, the Federal Supreme Court in Iraq gave two expressions to the largest number of parliamentary blocs, in response to the request of the President of the Republic about defining the largest bloc. And the spokesman for the court, Iyas Samuk, said that the term of the largest number of representative blocs mentioned in Article 76 of the constitution means either the bloc that was formed after the elections through One electoral list or the bloc formed after the elections from two or more lists from the electoral lists and entered the House of Representatives and became its seat after entering the most parliament and its members took the oath in the first session. M hn