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The deputy of the Parliamentary Bloc Fadel Fadl al-Fatlawi revealed today, Tuesday, the failure of the Seven Committee formed by the Shiite forces to come up with an alternative for the Prime Minister-designate Adnan Al-Zorfi.
Al-Fatlawi said in press statements, "The seven-party committee formed by the Shiite blocs ended its work without naming a person and assigning them instead of Zarfi to form the next government."
He added that "the Quartet's completion of its work came due to the withdrawal of the other representatives of the Alliance and the Wisdom Block from the membership of the committee."
Al-Fatlawi pointed out that "the Shiite blocs rejecting al-Zorfi will form a delegation to inform the Sunni and Kurdish blocs about their position on the assignment of al-Zarfi and the assumption of the presidency of the Iraqi government."
The head of the al-Hikma movement, Ammar al-Hakim, announced the withdrawal of the task of choosing the head of the new government, shortly after the announcement of the Alliance of Sadr Movement, which is close to the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, about the failure of the Shiite "Seven Committee" in charge of this matter.
And Al-Zarfi has less than 30 days to present his cabinet formation to parliament to give her confidence, but his mission will not be easy because he faces rejection from prominent Shiite forces close to Iran, at the head of which is the Al-Fatah coalition led by Hadi al-Amiri and the State of Law coalition led by Nuri al-Maliki.
And on Monday, Iraqi Prime Minister-designate Adnan Al-Zorfi warned that Iraq would face "international sanctions" during the coming period, while stressing that it would only proceed with the agreement of all parties and components.