Four blocs refuse to assign Al-Zrafi and accuse Saleh of "threatening the civil peace"
08:25 - 18/03/2020
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The information / Baghdad ..
The Al-Fateh blocs, the state of law, the national contract, and the national approach announced, on Wednesday, their refusal to assign MP Adnan Al-Zrafi as prime minister, and while they accused the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, of “transcending” all constitutional contexts and political norms, she warned that these practices threaten civil peace.
The four blocs said in a joint statement, which received "The Information", a copy of it, that "while our people live in exceptional situations and severe crises on the economic, health and social levels, we live with a constitutional entitlement to a ruling whose delay has been delayed and constitutional violations have occurred and transgressed the norms and political contexts in force in The Federal State of Iraq, the most recent of which happened by the feet of His Excellency the President of the Republic, Dr. Barham Saleh, to bypass all constitutional contexts and political norms, through his refusal to assign the candidate of the largest bloc, starting in an unjustified way and announcing it formally, and that is what worries us that the Guardian of the Constitution declares Constitutional rift on Almlookiemh recently commissioned another candidate without the consent of the majority of the blocks so concerned. "
The blocs confirmed "their clear rejection of this path and the resultant assignment of it, and we will use all legal, political and popular methods and means to stop this fallout, which if it continues, God forbid, will threaten civil peace and dismantle the national fabric."
The four blocs called on the "partners in the homeland to stand a clear and open national stance to prevent these excesses and what results from them and return things to their constitutional quorum in order to preserve the national partnership and the interests of all and for [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Iraqis to enjoy security and stability." Ended / 25