Al-Bukhati said in an interview, "Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi (who apologized for assigning him as prime minister) was not fair in his choices with all political forces in forming the government," noting that "political partners have moved towards holding meetings with the President of the Republic to nominate the candidate for prime minister after Allawi's apology for forming the government. "
He added, "There is a point of view for re-offering, Asaad Al-Eidani, Ali Shukri, and Mustafa Al-Kazemi, as candidates for the position and trying to agree on one of them."
He pointed out that "the Kurdish brothers want a party government that comes with candidates from the parties," pointing out that "the Shiites abdicated positions, and the rest must be abdicated as well." The forces split on themselves and went toward two teams, each of whom says we are the most. "
He stressed that "all representatives of the components are responsible for corruption and the decline in the country."
He explained that "the religious authority did not address during the last two sermons the issue of forming the government, which means that it went toward dissatisfaction with the political blocs," saying that "the authority stresses the necessity of accelerating the formation of the transitional government to impose the law and hold early elections."
He said, "The reference is angry at the performance of political forces on the subject of naming the head of the transitional government," calling on "Shiites to name an acceptable figure that meets the demands of the people."
He indicated that "Sunni and Kurdish forces say that they want the prime minister to be independent and impartial, and here the president of the republic and the deputies must be non-partisan and this hypothesis applies to everyone."
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