Watermelon: Allawi is trying to get away from the quotas and provide independent names
22:58 - 02/22/2020
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Information / Baghdad
Al-Fateh member Ghazanfar Al-Bateekh affirmed on Saturday that the Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi is striving to move away from the quota system and provide independent names in his cabinet to vote on it in Parliament, pointing out that there are internal and external pressures exerted on Allawi regarding his ministerial formation.
"The parliament is obligated to pass the new government as a result of the pressure of the Iraqi street," Watermelon said in a televised statement, followed by "The Information".
He added, "The Kurds are always trying to confiscate the views of others and put pressure on Allawi, in addition to the regional and international pressures on him regarding the formation of his government."
And he stated that "in case the new government is passed, some people will go in search of its previous benefits."
He stressed that "the Prime Minister-designate is trying to get away from the quotas and nominate independent and efficient names within his cabinet," noting that "passing the Allawi government paves the way for early elections and crossing the country to safety." 25 n ended