A deputy for wisdom reveals a parliamentary move to pressure politicians to nominate a youth figure for prime minister
It revealed the mass [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] parliamentary about the existence of a parliamentary movement to put pressure on political leaders to nominate a person from the young prime minister.
A member of the bloc, Representative Hassan Faddam, said in a press statement: “There is a new movement within the parliament of young deputies from the Shiite blocs to pressure the leaders of their blocs for the purpose of specifying that the Prime Minister-designate is completely different from the previous one.” He explained that "the specifications include being a young person and within the career service according to the retirement law, and that he is from the interior and has no dual citizenship, and also his name was not presented as a candidate in the past, and that he is not rejected or argumentative, in addition to other specifications."
He pointed out that "these young deputies formed a front like in the parliament, and their work began, on Friday, with the meeting of Shiite political leaders to communicate the idea that any candidate who does not meet these specifications will be rejected by them inside Parliament, regardless of their blocs." He pointed out that "meetings are continuing between political leaders since the apology of Muhammad Allawi for assigning the prime minister to this day, and several names have been proposed, some of which were excluded, while others are under study by political parties."
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