[size=36]Deputy: Some of the names of the candidates may change .. Allawi must go towards the Kurds[/size]
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, Deputy Yonadam Kanna confirmed, Thursday, that some of the names of candidates for the cabinet cabinet may change before the voting session on Saturday, while he indicated the need for Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi to go to the Kurds.
Kanna said in an interview with (Mawazine News) that "Allawi's obtaining the support of 170 deputies does not mean achieving national support, as national support differs from numerical support," stressing "the necessity that the original component, such as the Kurdish component, should not be excluded in the process of forming a government."
He added, "The Prime Minister-designate did not take advantage of the deputies who were with him in selecting the candidates, and it seems that he relied on two or three in the selection process, and therefore found notes on the list of candidates."
And on the possibility of consensus to pass the government in the emergency session next Saturday, Hanna explained, "The Prime Minister-designate must go towards the Kurds and agree with them, so the pass session cannot be held without them, as happened in the voting session to remove the American forces, when the Kurds were absent." .
He pointed out, "There are two names that changed in the list of candidates, and during the next 48 hours, some names of the candidates may change." Ended 29 / h