Spokesman for al-Arabiya Coalition Muhannad al-Bayati, said in a press statement that the Arabiya Coalition and other coalitions would not attend the parliamentary session scheduled next Tuesday without there being any prior action by the National Alliance to provide a clear vision for reform and change and the involvement of others in the administration of the state.
He stressed the need to solutions to be able to achieve real political, security and social reforms, and to be a true partnership of the components of the Iraqi society in the political and security decision-making before starting with any agreements for the formation of a new government.
He stressed that the first step in the solution is to give the National Alliance a candidate and an approach acceptable to all components, to give assurances to the Iraqis and provinces experiencing troubles, that there are solutions that will satisfy all parties.
The Presidency of the Republic issued a decree on Thursday about the invitation of the House of Representatives to be held next Tuesday, the first of July, and Motahedoon Coalition, headed by Osama Nujaifi linked his deputies attendance the first session of the new parliament that the National Alliance provides a candidate for prime minister.
For his part, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during his visit to Baghdad Operations Command today said : "We will be present in the House of Representatives on the first of July, and there will not be only the elections and its results of which the government will be formed.
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