Tariq Harb proposes to Allawi the creation of the posts of Deputy Prime Minister of the Kurds and Sunnis
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Legal expert Tariq Harb suggested to Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi to create the posts of two deputy prime ministers, the first nominated by the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the second nominated by the Alliance of Forces for the Sunni component to ensure that parliament gave confidence to his government.
Harb said in a statement, "The opposition to Allawi, who will take over his cabinet after hours in Parliament, has increased in a frightening way, exposing parliamentary approval to danger, but rather to his lack of success in the parliamentary exam and his failure to give him parliamentary confidence, especially after we found that major Shiite blocs and Shiite blocs within an alliance Al-Fateh expresses its dissatisfaction with the proposed cabinet, and therefore will not vote in favor of it in Parliament. "
He added, "The major Kurdish and Sunni political blocs and smaller Shiite political blocs will stand against it and do not vote for it, which leads to its failure, because these blocs have gone bankrupt in obtaining ministers they represent with the consequent benefits through these ministers, and because of the limited time before it, There are only hours left until the date of the vote.
He continued, "Accepting two candidates, one Kurdish and one Sunni for the position of Deputy Prime Minister, might save him from the tacit agreement by not giving him confidence on Thursday, as the position of Deputy Prime Minister is not covered by the independence of the ministers, as this satisfies the aspiration of the major blocs. In Parliament, the Kurds and Sunnis are represented in the parliament The new pile.
He pointed out that: "There are no powers in the constitution for the Deputy Prime Minister, it is a moral issue only, and otherwise the hopes of those who are waiting for an independent government to take over the elections and avoid the chaos that will befall the country from the failure to grant confidence will be diminished."