[size=36]Shiite forces set a condition in exchange for giving up their ministry in the new government[/size]
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, political sources revealed, on Tuesday, that the Shiite forces put a condition in exchange for giving up their ministry in the new government.
The sources said, "The Shiite Arab forces informed the prime minister-designate that they will abdicate their ministries in the new government, in exchange for the Sunni and Kurdish political forces giving up their ministries as well."
She added, "These powers considered that their abdication of their entitlement with the Sunnis and the Kurds continuing to adhere to their ministries would not be feasible, not even fair, while the Sunni and Kurdish forces have so far refused to concede, and it seemed more tenacious to obtain ministries and put forward ideas such as presenting each bag three Or four candidates, provided that Allawi chooses from whom he desires. "
The sources pointed out that "Allawi has been trying for days to persuade the political forces to relinquish ministries for his benefit, in order to choose new ministers, independent, away from the blocs and parties, as the Iraqi people promised in his first speech after his assignment, but some political forces insist on keeping their ministries Current in the prospective new government. "
She noted, "Allawi is also working to moisten the atmosphere with the Sadrists because of their resentment at his recent meetings with the demonstrators, which disturbed al-Sadr himself, and prompted him to send signals to Allawi that support for him would not be open to the end." Ended 29 / A 43