[size=36]Allawi's government .. Sunni and Kurdish forces refuse to give up their electoral and Shiite entitlements[/size]
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a close associate of the designated Prime Minister, Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, revealed on Thursday that the Sunni and Kurdish Arab powers as a whole reject the idea of giving up what they describe as their electoral entitlement, in terms of naming the ministers in the new government. On the other hand, several Shiite blocs ceded their shares of ministerial positions, in response to the desire of the street.
The politician close to Allawi said, "The Sunni Arab and Kurdish political forces informed Allawi, yesterday, Wednesday and evening, the day before yesterday, Tuesday, and clearly, that they want their share in the new government, according to the electoral entitlement in 2018, and indicated that they will not vote on a government that does not have its dues Election, citing that Allawi’s mandate to form a government was based on quotas.
He added, "Allawi did not inform the Sunni and Kurdish political forces to reject or accept his position, as he is still in preliminary dialogues with it."
The close source revealed, "Major Shiite forces have given up their entitlement, but those demanding their ministerial quotas describe this as a deception, and say that ministers will be named from the blocs' nominations without there being any declaration or adoption of this, similar to what happened in the government (Prime Minister resigned fair Abdul-Mahdi, the former. "
He pointed out that "the stream of wisdom, led by Ammar al-Hakim, clearly demanded Allawi's portfolio of the Ministry of Oil and refused to give him any other bag, while the State of Law coalition, led by Nuri al-Maliki, rejects any dialogue or participation in the next government, as well as the National Coalition, And led by Iyad Allawi, as well as the victory coalition, led by Haider al-Abadi, "noting that" the two blocs are walking, and Badr, are currently the most prominent supporters of Allawi. "
He pointed out, "Allawi confirmed his willingness to offer his apology for the assignment in the event that he failed to reach solutions with the political forces, and the latter did not allow him to present a real government, not the board of directors of a joint stock company."
And, "The passing of the Allawi government in Parliament is also still uncertain, due to the lack of trust between the various blocs, and also the fear that the government will be within the crosshairs of the street that rejects its mandate." Ended 29 / A 43