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A deputy explains why Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi was not assigned to the Prime Minister

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A deputy explains why Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi was not assigned to the Prime Minister Empty A deputy explains why Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi was not assigned to the Prime Minister

Post by rocky on Tue 21 Jan 2020, 1:54 pm


A deputy explains why Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi was not assigned to the Prime Minister

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On Tuesday, Al-Hikma MP Asaad Al-Morshedy revealed the reason for not approving Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi formally to the Prime Minister despite his agreement.
Al-Murshidi said in a statement to “Information”, that “the political blocs agreed to nominate Mustafa Al-Kazemi and Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi for prime minister, but the dispute between Al-Fateh and others led to the non-selection of one of the candidates.” that".
He added that "the competition between Al-Kazemi and Allawi is still quite significant and may be resolved in the coming days," noting that "the House of Representatives will hold an extraordinary session during the coming days in the event that a certain person has been agreed to vote on it as he entered his legislative holiday."
Yesterday, Monday, member of the Legal State coalition, Saad Al-Muttalabi, that there is no consensus on the person of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, as the crisis continues despite the talk of decisiveness. T 25 is over


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