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    Maliki's fate is determined by the Iraqi parliament session tomorrow

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    Maliki's fate is determined by the Iraqi parliament session tomorrow Empty Maliki's fate is determined by the Iraqi parliament session tomorrow

    Post by rocky Mon 30 Jun 2014, 7:19 pm

    Maliki's fate is determined by the Iraqi parliament session tomorrow



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    BAGHDAD - Iraq Press -30 June: denied the State of Law coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki reports that «showed great flexibility» in the case of attachment to Maliki as the sole candidate for prime minister, to the extent that it put a coalition of other candidates rather than two on the writer Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, and a leading figure in the Dawa Party, Tarek Najm, told the newspaper, according to the Middle East in its edition today.

     Said Ihsan al-Awadi, a member of parliament for the coalition of state law, it is «no truth to the reports that have been circulating recently that the State of Law coalition nominated replacements for Mr. al-Maliki, as it is still our candidate, the only prime minister», indicating that «there is an agreement reached between the leaders of the coalition National (the largest Shiite bloc in the Iraqi parliament) that he is the biggest bloc, which means that it has been overcome past differences that could lead to the dismantling of the National Alliance, and perhaps the end ».
    In response to a question on whether the survival of the National Alliance together price abandon al-Maliki as the sole candidate, said Al-Awadi said that «National Alliance agree on the general lines of his policy, notably survival as an institution more people, and because there is a dispute about the candidate for prime minister from within the coalition and the presence of more candidate now for this position (after the nomination of Adel Abdul Mahdi and Ahmad Chalabi by the Sadrists and the Islamic Supreme Council), it was agreed to form a committee from within the coalition to choose a single candidate agreed upon in accordance with regulations supposed to be a committee established for this purpose ». Al-Awadi added that «the Commission is supposed to announce the name of the candidate in a matter of hours because the National Alliance decided to attend the parliamentary session Tuesday and one candidate agreed and accept all the components of the alliance decision of the Commission».

     

    In turn, the leader of the Sadrist movement, asking not to be identified, said that «coalition of state law still poses Maliki as the sole candidate nor health to nominate others, but he became convinced that al-Maliki is no longer acceptable from the national space and thus showed great flexibility in terms of the inclusion of al-Maliki within the standards to be developed by the committee of the leaders of the coalition that will take into account the positions of the other blocks, which are al-Maliki refuses to publicly ». The leader of the rib that «Liberal bloc thoracic sent a delegation to the Kurdistan region, headed by bright Naji to discuss with the brothers the Kurds about what is happening in the country now, in addition to forming the next government», stressing that «the sentence, which has become more reluctant now in all media policy is to choose a candidate it conform to all parties, which is not fully applies to the al-Maliki ».

     

    The National Alliance has announced on Thursday evening officially parliamentary bloc that would be larger and have a constitutional right to nominate the prime minister. A statement by the National Alliance that «interaction with the wise guidance of the religious authority met the leadership of the National Alliance and decided to announce that the National Alliance, which is called the largest parliamentary bloc in the House of Representatives, which may be cited as a candidate for the Presidency of the Council of Ministers in accordance with the constitutional article». He continued: «As Coalition announces his presence to the hearing scheduled for next Tuesday, the first of July 2014, and at the same time hoping the National Alliance of all deputies valued and all other political blocs to attend the positive effective for the opening session of parliament».

     

    In this context, the President of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Ammar al-Hakim to form a government acceptable to the national scale. Hakim said in his profile on the social networking site «Facebook»: «We call on all political forces sincere commitment Palmdd constitutional and work on forming a government acceptable to the broad national». Ended p. St

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    Maliki's fate is determined by the Iraqi parliament session tomorrow Empty Re: Maliki's fate is determined by the Iraqi parliament session tomorrow

    Post by Neno Mon 30 Jun 2014, 7:19 pm

    Any bet'ers on the out come...?

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