[size=36]The Turkmen Front reveals its discussions with Allawi on the formation of the government and the missile attack[/size]
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, the Turkmen Front revealed, on Saturday, its talks on forming a government and a missile attack on the K1 military base in Kirkuk.
"We have held several meetings with Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Allawi to discuss the formation of the new ministerial cabinet and the missile attack on the K1 military base in Kirkuk," said the leader of the Iraqi Turkmen Front, Deputy Arshad al-Salihi, in a statement received by Mawazine News.
Al-Salhi added, “Allawi insisted that the ministerial cabinet be technocrats, stating that“ there is rejection by the major political parties. ”
He pointed out that“ the cabinet contains five ministers from the women's segment, ”pointing out that“ Erbil wants the Minister of Finance to remain In the cabin. ”
Al-Salehi continued,“ Some Shiite parties insist that their ministers remain, ”while we stressed the necessity.
He pointed out that "Allawi insists on announcing the booth at the beginning of next week regardless of the parties’ vision, "noting that" we should as far as possible to keep Kirkuk out of the conflict circle, specifically the Daquq region and keep the Daesh, and that our ultimate goal is to preserve the lives of the people. "
Al-Salihi said, "The meeting stressed that targeting the Ki One base with missiles is a serious incident, and that the areas from which the missiles were launched are primarily safe areas." End / 29 / p.