[size=36]Deputy: Allawi's booth is free of Sunnis and Kurds[/size]
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, a deputy in parliament confirmed, on Sunday, that the road is still not paved in front of the Prime Minister in charge of forming the government at this stage through the absence of the ministerial cabin of the Sunnis and Kurds.
The deputy of the State of Law, Kata al-Rikabi, said that "the habit has taken place with every assignment of the Prime Minister to meet the political blocs in order to mature the formation of the government, but this ministerial formation was not the same as before with Allawi's attempt to have his government independent from the parties and political blocs."
Al-Rikabi added, "The prime minister in charge of this option came to meet the wishes of the demonstrators in addition to his desire personally," noting that "the political process in Iraq consists of political blocs and multiple components and can not form a government away from the political components."
Al-Rikabi stressed: "The difficulty of the government is forming far from the approval of the political blocs and the approval of the basic components in Iraqi society, including the Kurds, Sunnis and Shiites."
He continued, " The problem in the formation of the government is in the Kurdish components and Sunni and still the road is not a temple in front of the prime minister - designate to form a government at this stage through the absence of ministerial cab Sunnis and Kurds what is contrary to the political consensus which is used by governments since 2005 , and so far." Ended on 29 / A 43