[size=36]Deputy: The nomination of the Prime Minister was delayed by the last interrogations in three ministries[/size]
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, a deputy in parliament confirmed on Monday that the delay in naming the prime minister and creating the problem of finding a candidate was the questioning and delay of the interrogations in all ministries, whether education, health or industry.
Representative Shaker Jawdat said, "The nomination of the Prime Minister is still pending, and it is the responsibility of the President of the Republic, because the nomination was consensual and during a specific period, and the tasks of that personality expire between six months."
She added, "The law indicates that it is not the right of the President of the Republic to consider the admissibility of the candidate or not, and as he inquired about the larger bloc and was determined by the Council of Representatives, he must accept the nomination of the largest bloc and proceed with it."
Jawdat emphasized that "it is necessary for the position to receive a candidate who has political experience and executive work, and we warn against going to anarchy."
She continued, "The candidate for prime minister will assume the position only for a transitional period, until the floor is prepared for the early holding of elections, and consequently the formation of the elections in accordance with the agreement."
She indicated, "The delay in naming the prime minister and creating a problem of finding a candidate; the interrogations were lost and delayed in all ministries, whether education, health or industry."