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The Kurdish Future Bloc announces its conditions for supporting the Prime Minister-designate

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Post by rocky on Mon 24 Feb 2020, 2:14 am

[size=36]The Kurdish Future Bloc announces its conditions for supporting the Prime Minister-designate[/size]

Political | 09:56 - 02/24/2020

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Baghdad - Mawazine News,
the Future bloc in the House of Representatives announced on Monday its conditions to support the government of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi and vote on the government formation when it is presented in parliament.
"The bloc's position is clear and has already been communicated to it by Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, which is the rejection of all the personalities nominated for the government formation by the parties, including the KDP candidates," member of the bloc, Sercot Shams al-Din, said in a statement received by Mawazine News. He pointed out that "the nomination of personalities from this or that party threatens the agreements concluded between Allawi and the deputies who nominated him after he promised to nominate independent and close personalities on the Iraqi street and keep the parties away from any interference, whether in the government or choosing ministers."
Shams Al-Din added, "Allawi is trying to satisfy the Kurdistan Democratic Party, which does not represent the will of the Kurds, as it is a party that represents only itself and wants to pressure the federal government to complete the agreements concluded with its allies in Baghdad."
And that "among the conditions for supporting Allawi's government is commitment to implementing the constitution and respecting the rights of the components, especially Article 140 thereof," stressing that "it is the responsibility of any prime minister to implement the provisions of this article and normalize the situation and grant rights to citizens in those areas so that this government is trusted whether For deputies who have placed their faith in it or citizens who are awaiting much of it. ”Ended 29 / A 43


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[size=36]Kurdish Bloc: The Kurds will announce their position on giving confidence to the Allawi government after two things have been achieved[/size]

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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News
The Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc said in the House of Representatives on Monday that the Kurds will announce a unified position on whether or not to vote for the government of Muhammad Allawi after two things have been achieved.
The deputy of the party's bloc, Bashar Al-Kiki, said that "the Kurds will leave after the agreement between their parties and the return of the negotiating delegation from Baghdad with a unified position on whether or not to vote."
Al-Kiki added, “The Kurds want to pass the cabinet formation because we want it to be a stabilizing factor for the country and reassure the street,” noting that “if the Presidency is notified that the session will take place, we will attend it either by voting or not, and on the names of the cabinet minister candidates, another thing.” 29 A 43


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