[size=36]Alliance of Forces: Our disagreement with Allawi is not related to the selection of Sunni ministers, but rather to this paragraph?[/size]
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, the Iraqi Forces Alliance confirmed on Saturday that its dispute with Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Allawi is not related to the selection of Sunni ministers for the new government formation.
"Our disagreement with Allawi is not, as is rumored in the media, that we want to take charge of us nominating the ministers of the Sunni component, but rather the root of the dispute relates to the government curriculum," said coalition deputy Muhammad al-Karbouli.
He added, "The problem is not with the ministers, and we do not care about this matter, but we found that its governmental approach is unclear and floating, and does not meet the aspirations of our regions that were severely affected by terrorism or fundamental issues for us such as the displaced, the disappeared and the kidnapped."
And Karbouli added: "In addition to not setting a clear date for the early elections that we insist on, including the dissolution of Parliament two months earlier."
On Sunday, the Parliament will hold a session to vote on granting confidence to the government of Muhammad Allawi. Ended 29 / A 43