[size=36]Deputy: Shiite forces announced that they would not enter the voting session for Allawi’s government without the Sunnis and the Kurds[/size]
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a deputy of the Iraqi Forces Alliance revealed on Tuesday that Shiite political forces announced that they did not enter the voting session for the government of Muhammad Allawi without the Sunnis and the Kurds.
"The dialogues are continuous and continuous between the political forces and the prime minister-designate, but without reaching any results until now," said the alliance's deputy, Abdullah Al-Kharbit.
Al-Kharbit explained that "Allawi's political forces have realized very well that it is not possible to hold a session to pass the new government, with the boycott of large and influential political blocs from the Sunni and Kurdish component, and Thursday's session, it may fail again, if the ongoing dialogues fail, then no vote without satisfying Partners. "
He pointed out that "there are Shiite political forces, who clearly announced that they do not enter parliament and vote without the participation of Sunnis and Kurds, and this is a positive indication, which will give great support to the success of the negotiations, and to reaching solutions that satisfy all different parties." Ended 29 / A 43