[size=36]Maliki's coalition: two reasons hinder the formation of the new government[/size]
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identified a coalition of state law, led by Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday, two reasons hinder the formation of the new government.
In a statement, Mawazine News received a copy of the coalition, Mansour Al-Baiji said, "The quota and division of spoils for some political forces do not differ in the formation of the new government, and these forces insist on them by nominating persons representing them in the government and they do not accept that the prime minister-designate nominates any figure under The pretext of electoral merit. "
He explained, "The delay in resolving the matter of the new government and granting it confidence in the parliament dome is the result of the rejection of some political forces of the new government because it was chosen by the Prime Minister-designate and this matter is unacceptable."
Al-Baiji stressed, "All political forces and parties should leave the formation of the government to Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi and not interfere by imposing any candidate to fill any ministerial portfolio until he is the first and last official of his government and he can achieve something during the period during which the country will govern until the early elections."
He added, "If the formation of the new government continues to be delayed due to the commitment of some political forces to impose its candidates on the Prime Minister-designate to go out to the media and declare any bloc or party pressured to impose ministers on it so that the demonstrators know who is the reason for the destruction of the country that brought us to donors because of The abhorrent quotas and the sharing of the spoils between these parties during the previous period and to this day are not interested in the blood of the martyrs who came out demanding their legitimate rights. "Ended 29 / A 43