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Al-Fatlawi: We are able to pass the government and seek national unity to vote on it

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Post by rocky on Wed 26 Feb 2020, 1:35 am


Al-Fatlawi: We are able to pass the government and seek national unity to vote on it

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The deputy of the Al-Fateh Alliance Fadil Al-Fatlawi confirmed on Wednesday that the pro-Allawi blocs are able to pass his government in tomorrow's session, pointing out that the Shiite blocs want to pass a government with the participation of everyone from achieving the principle of national unity in voting on the government and avoiding crises.
Al-Fatlawi said in a statement to "Information", that "the Sunni and Kurdish forces have explicitly announced that they will not attend the parliament session tomorrow, Thursday, to vote on the booth of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi."
He added that "the formation of the government requires a national consensus, which should be no quick discussions and discussions to ensure the passage of the government tomorrow."
He explained that "the government will pass, whether by the presence of the rejectionist blocs or not their participation, but everyone wants to pass it by the presence of national consensus and unity in order to avoid crises."
He stressed the need to "hold a meeting between Allawi and the blocs opposed to the government formation in order to end the differences and ensure the passage of his government in tomorrow's session." 25 n ended


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