[size=36]Jafar: Allawi's government cannot be independent[/size]
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, former deputy Jasim Muhammad Jaafar confirmed on Friday that the government of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi cannot be independent and cannot transform into a government of parties, pointing out that there is a Kurdish movement towards Shiite parties to win the bet in Allawi's government.
Jaafar said in a statement received / Mawazine News /, a copy of it, that "the Iraqi government is a parliament made up of a group of parties, and breaking this custom or the system needs a change in the constitution."
He added that "the parties present in parliament must have a say in the formation of the government, but the general atmosphere, demonstrations and popular rejection are what puts the government in a contested state between the idea of independence and the imposition of parties and blocs to dominate the government."
And that "all countries of the world have parties and participate in the government, but the parties in Iraq have worked to advance their interests on the interest of the people, and therefore there is a reaction by the Iraqis towards the parties controlling power."
He pointed out that "Allawi's government will have difficulty passing it if it provides an independent booth, in addition to the KDP that has started moving towards some Shiite blocs to win the bet." It ended 29 BC