The newspapers follow the extraordinary session of Parliament and the ongoing disputes over granting confidence to the government of Muhammad Allawi
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Al-Sabah Al-Jadeed newspaper reported that passing the government inside the parliament is not easy, because of the persistence of differences and objections.
The deputy said / / Saeron / Badr Al-Ziyadi, according to the newspaper: "Allawi will not accept in any way to impose political will on him from some blocs."
Al-Ziyadi added: "The list of other walkers will not allow any attempt to buy the receivables from MPs, as Allawi has stated, and we will have a position in Parliament."
He revealed his list's insistence that the vote be public and in front of public opinion, to block the way for any attempt to buy off some of the representatives.
The newspaper, however, quoted the representative of Al-Fateh Ahmad Al-Kanani's statement: "Those who call for a vote on Allawi's government do not mean that they give him the green light some consideration of what he offers."
Al-Kanani continued: "The process of giving us confidence in the government depends on two things. The first is to know the feasibility of the government program for which a representative committee has been formed to study it, and the second is to review the CVs of ministry candidates to determine the extent of their independence."
And between: "The Shiite forces can pass the Allawi government by a majority, but they do not wish to do so in order not to repeat the scenario of the law of removing foreign forces from Iraq and the serious accusations that have been brought against us."
The newspaper "Al-Zawraa", published by the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate, followed up on the differences over the portfolios nominees due to be voted on today.
The head of the Rafidain bloc, Representative Yonadam Kanna, mentioned, according to Al-Zawra, that the Prime Minister-designate did not abide by the initial agreement that his government previously had been neutral and included independent ministers. He pointed out that Allawi chose his new candidates according to the factors of efficiency and integrity, and we In the political blocs, we told him that they should be independent and neutral also. "
Kanna added: "Most of the nominations currently offered for ministerial portfolios do not meet the conditions and specifications, as some of them are not completely independent but partisan, and others have dual nationalities, and others failed previously contested elections within party lists." The newspaper, however, quoted the MP from the Alliance / Walkers / Jamal Fakher coalition saying: "Today's parliament session will be the decisive al-Faisal, and its results will represent the fruit of the masses' sacrifices in the demonstration arenas, and those who condone those sacrifices do not want good for Iraq and its people." On the same subject, Al-Zaman newspaper referred to the statement of the MP from the Alliance / Peace / Al-Shammari Alliance: "There is a political consensus within the House of Representatives to pass the cabinet and give it confidence in order to work on implementing the demands of the street and the authority to prepare for early elections."
And between: "The meetings with Allawi tried to address this imbalance by nominating independent personalities, and if that does not work, we will not vote to give confidence to this temporary formation."
Al-Shammari added: "The country's conditions cannot tolerate any new crises, and that not voting on the ministerial cabinet within the constitutional period will enter the country with another crisis." Above any consideration.
The deputy of the Al-Hikma block Ali Al-Budeiri said, according to (Al-Zaman): "The political differences still hinder the granting of confidence in parliament to the government," noting: "The differences between the political blocs, until the moment, are very large, and this hinders the agreement to grant confidence." / is over[/rtl]