[size=36]Diligent Iraq publishes, close to Allawi denies, and talk about the position selling bazaar continues[/size]
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Discussions continue about the ministerial formation of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi. Between the rumors about the existence of a bazaar to sell positions, those close to Allawi deny the latter's submission to the demands of political blocs and his acceptance of quotas.
And talked about an account on the networking sites called "diligent Iraq", about the acceptance of the Prime Minister-designate to give the Kurdish blocs their share, in exchange for voting on his cabinet in the parliament session next Monday.
The account also published several publications indicating the existence of quotas in the Allawi government.
In exchange for these publications, Deputy Muhammad Al-Khalidi, known to be close to the Prime Minister-designate, denied what was stated in the publications and said, "What was published at the expense of (diligent Iraq), regarding the presentation of the Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, a waiver to the Kurdish forces, regarding giving them any positions In the new government, it is incorrect and far from the truth. "
He added, "The Prime Minister-designate rejected all political pressures and worked to choose a cabinet cabinet without any interference by any political party."
He noted, "Dialogue with political blocs does not mean accepting their pressure."
Well-informed political sources said, "The talk of some deputies and analysts about the existence of a bazaar for the sale of ministries in the Allawi government is false to the truth and stems from the desire of these blocs to obtain ministries."
She added, "The political blocs are talking about a bazaar to sell positions in an attempt to put pressure on Allawi, because he did not give them ministries and did not submit to pressure and threaten to thwart the passing of his cabinet in the House of Representatives."
The deputy for the alliance of forces, Muhammad Karbouli, announced that his alliance has formally sided with the demands of the demonstrators and refuses to pass his cabinet.
The leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Masoud Barzani, also rejected the appointment of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi as candidates without referring to the Kurdish parties.
On the other hand, the Shiite blocs, led by the Allies and the Fatah Alliances, support the vote on Allawi's cabinet in Monday's session.
The leader of the Sadrist movement and the alliance of Muqtada al-Sadr have threatened to leave a million demonstration in the event that the government is not voted on this week in the House of Representatives. Ended 29 / h