Al-Fateh reveals an agreement not to nominate any Shiite leader for prime minister
09:56 - 12/03/2020
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Al-Fateh coalition revealed an agreement not to nominate any of the Shiite leaders of the first row to the prime minister, while stressing that the issue of choosing the next prime minister will be decided before the end of the constitutional period.
"The issue of choosing the next prime minister will be resolved before the end of the constitutional period," said coalition spokesman, MP Ahmad al-Asadi, in televised statements that I followed.
He added that "the largest bloc is present, but it was confronted with constitutional violations, and it was agreed that none of the Shiite leaders of the first row would be nominated for prime minister," noting that "the stage needs an independent non-partisan strong politician who can deal with contradictions."
Regarding Allawi's apology for the assignment, Al-Asadi stressed that “Alawi’s Sunni rejection was not effective if the Shiites agreed to pass it, but there were differences within the Shi’ite blocs.”
On the other hand, between Al-Asadi, “The relationship between the leader of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, and the head of the Al-Fath coalition, Hadi al-Amiri, is very strong and there is no frustration among them.” Ended / 25