National Alliance meet to resolve the next prime minister candidate
Tomorrow's Press / Baghdad:
sources from within the National Alliance, said Friday that the meeting will be held this afternoon, in the Office of the President Ibrahim al-Jaafari, the Reform Movement in order to reach agreement on the choice of the next prime minister and other electoral benefits.
The source for "tomorrow's Press," "The meeting aims to get out a final agreement on the choice of the next prime minister and submitted formally to the media, and discuss the most prominent developments in political and security situation and ongoing dialogues to choose characters that will occupy the positions of the three presidencies and their deputies."
He stressed that "the meeting is hoped to be attended by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and President of the Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim and the head of the political body of the Sadrist Karrar al-Khafaji and Transport Minister Hadi al-Ameri, and Hashim al-Hashemi, head of the National Security Apparatus Faleh al-Fayad, in addition to the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari and other leaders in the the coalition. "
The sources confirm that the names currently on the table for the position of head of government is represented by three Adel Abdul-Mahdi, leader of the Supreme Islamic Council, and Ahmed Chalabi, head of the Iraqi National Congress, and the third was a star Tariq, leader of the Islamic Dawa Party, the former director of the Office of al-Maliki, a front-runner.
The National Reform Movement, which is headed by Ibrahim al-Jaafari, had announced in the June 30, 2014 that the coalition can not agree on a candidate for prime minister, declaring that a coalition of state law adheres to the candidate through with Nuri Kamal al-Maliki rejected the Sadrists and the Supreme Council for his third mandate.
It is noteworthy that the Iraqi parliament lifted, last Tuesday, (the first of July present), the first meeting of the first legislative term of the legislative year, the first to the eighth of July because of the compelling reasons for the withdrawal are united blocs and the Kurdistan Alliance, and the failure to elect a president of the parliament.[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]This article seems good because it doesn't list Maliki as a PM choice, but who knows.ThanksLIT