Shiite blocs waving not to vote for "Al-Kazemi" .. And a political official: Shiite forces seek to keep Adel Abdul-Mahdi
Shiite parliamentary blocs returned to the threat of non-voting to the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi, in order to guard against some of the latter's choice of a number of ministries.
The hinting of the Shiite blocs to refuse to support the government of Mustafa Al-Kazemi’s government comes days before the parliament’s session was held to vote on the government that the Iraqis are awaiting passing, due to the difficult economic conditions in the country in light of the lack of a financial budget adopted so far.
Political sources confirmed that expectations indicate that the Iraqi political parties in the political scene will give up on Mustafa Al-Kazemi, who initially nominated her for this position.
She pointed out that the political blocs want to maintain the government of Abdel-Mahdi, who submitted her resignation at the end of last year.
The sources pointed out that Mustafa al-Kazimi, the parliamentary blocs controlling the parliament, at this time confirms that his candidacy was aimed at toppling the former Prime Minister-designate, Adnan al-Zarfi.
She pointed out that assigning parliamentary blocs to Mustafa Al-Kazemi is an attempt to circumvent the nomination of Al-Zarfi and an attempt to topple him in any way.
Observers said that the majority of Shiite blocs expressed their rejection of the ministerial formation presented by Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi and asked him to replace those names.
A source in the Al-Fatah coalition led by Hadi al-Amiri confirmed that the Shiite forces ’meeting with Al-Kazemi ended with an agreement to change the names of some of the candidates, especially those who held ministerial seats in the governments of Abdul-Mahdi and Al-Abadi.
Observers revealed that one of the Shiite blocs demanded the re-nomination of the Minister of Health for his position in the new government, without reference to the name of the bloc.
Al-Kazemi also agreed with the Shiite blocs to inform the Sunni and Kurdish forces of the results of the meeting before setting the date for a session to give confidence to his government.
For his part, Arafat Karam, who is responsible for the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] file for the Kurdistan region, said that the Shiite forces are seeking to force Al-Kazemi to apologize to keep Adel Abdul-Mahdi in office.
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