Tariq Harb reveals the consequences if Parliament does not give confidence to the Allawi government
Constitutionally, the President of the Republic assigns another candidate to form the Ministry in the event that the Allawi Ministry does not gain confidence in Saturday’s session tomorrow, according to paragraph V of Article 76 of the Constitution, and this is most likely after most Shi’ite, Sunni and Kurdish blocs agreed not to vote and give the Prime Minister-designate Mr. Allawi Confidence .
As long as these parliamentary blocs did not take their share from the ministries, as despite the fact that the candidates for the ministry represent all components, these blocs require the ministers to be the ones that nominate them, and each mass has its share of the ministers, i.e. party quotas and the wearing of sectarian quotas that the prime minister took into consideration, but rather requests The fact that the ministers are subordinate to them and they are their nominees and not the prime minister, and so the parliamentary quotas were behind the elimination of Tawfiq Allawi and his project to establish a government far from quotas while respecting the components by representing them in the ministry he prepared.
Note that not granting him confidence after the vote would constitutionally assume the President of the Republic assigning another candidate and note that in this case there are no more parliamentary blocs, but an absolute authority for the President of the Republic is absolute power in the nomination for the presidency of the Personal Ministry, which he deems unrelated to the more numerous bloc or the smaller number The issue is subject to the discretion of the President of the Republic only without restriction or condition in assigning anyone to the exception of Mr. Allawi, because the constitution decides another candidate and the other is not the former Mr. Allawi, and this constitutes his government and presents it to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to request that he be given confidence.
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