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    Liberals: Chalabi's nomination as prime minister is about to simmer in Sunday's session

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    Post by day dreamer Mon Jul 14, 2014 8:38 pm

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    [ltr]Liberals: Chalabi's nomination as prime minister is about to simmer in Sunday's session [/ltr]


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    [ltr]She said the Liberal bloc that the National Coalition was about to put the name of Ahmed Chalabi as a candidate for prime minister, in Sunday's session, and that he intends to try it at a meeting on Tuesday, if resolved other blocks ordered candidates for presidents and parliament, and if it continued to state law, failing to replace Nouri al-Maliki.[/ltr]
    [ltr] The Liberals accused Maliki's coalition to abort the selection of a speaker, to request of the Union of Forces candidate, support its candidate for prime minister.
    In light of the continued stalemate within the National Alliance, confirms mass-Hakim said it would continue to press for the purpose of replacing al-Maliki, a candidate acceptable to the National Alliance.[/ltr]
    [ltr] In this context, admits Prince Kanani, a member of the current Liberal movement, that "discussions within the National Alliance did not record anything new in terms of resolving the candidate for prime minister."  As if to underline that "the state law seeks to obtain a decision from the Federal Court declaring the biggest bloc outside the National Alliance," stressed that "the National Alliance is still the largest bloc."[/ltr]
    [ltr]And on the options for the National Coalition, composed of blocs of al-Sadr and al-Hakim, in the light of the adherence to the rule of law Maliki's nomination, says Kanani "long", "The National Coalition was prepared in the parliamentary session, the last to offer Ahmed Chalabi as a candidate for prime minister in agreement with blocs of virtue and al-Jaafari," but he says "The failure to vote on the presidency of the parliament led to the postponement of the hearing and spoil it."[/ltr]
    [ltr]And confirms a member of the Liberal bloc that "the Union of the national forces had made up his mind, in the last sitting of parliament, on the choice of Salim al-president of the Council of Representatives, and the National Coalition was support Hamoudi, first deputy speaker of parliament, while the Kurds came close to an agreement on their candidate for the post of second deputy , "noting that" the rule of law is one of the disrupted session, while insisting that the sign Salim al paper pledged that he will support the nomination of al-Maliki return for their support to him as head of the parliament. "[/ltr]
    [ltr]Prince Kanani says that "the National Coalition will support the nomination of al-Jubouri at the next meeting (Tuesday) to the House of Representatives, even if state law boycotted the meeting," adding, "We will vote majority."  He stressed, saying "if completed naming the positions of the presidency and the parliament of the Republic, the National Coalition, and in agreement with the masses of virtue, and the forces of al-Jaafari, Sunni and Kurdish, will be nominated by Ahmed Chalabi to head the next government."[/ltr]
    [ltr] For his part, says MP and former minister Hassan sari that "Maliki is still insisting on the government to take over for the third time, while the other parties in the National Alliance want to put forward an alternative candidate."[/ltr]
    [ltr]He said in effect, told the "term" that "the rule of law is obliged to provide an alternative to Maliki, otherwise the crisis within the coalition will continue without a solution."  He citizen member of a coalition that "the National Alliance is awkward in front of the other blocs because Maliki does not receive any welcome or admissibility."[/ltr]
    [ltr] And confirms the effect that "the National Alliance will continue to press in order to offer an alternative to al-Maliki," rejecting the idea of ​​withdrawal of the Supreme Council and the Sadrists, the National Alliance. He says, "Maybe some of the parties may withdraw but we will never withdraw."[/ltr]
    [ltr] And insists leadership of the coalition citizen that "the next prime minister will come from the National Alliance," which argued that "the credit for reviving back to the National Coalition, which insisted on the re-formation of the coalition and the choice of an internal system and speaking in his name, and that does not turn into a mass of abbreviating the task in naming the prime minister ".[/ltr]
    [ltr] And see the effect that "the delay in the adoption of the rules of procedure of the alliance is due to preoccupation with blocs to form a government, and the short time that it faces to resolve the important positions."[/ltr]
    [ltr] This corresponded to Khalid al-Asadi, MP for the rule of law, with what I went to him the other parties of the National Alliance, stressing that "the negotiations within the Shiite House did not move so far and the rule of law still supports only candidate Nouri al-Maliki."[/ltr]
    [ltr] Asadi said the "long" that "the rule of law will not keep going in circles," but asserts that "the priority now focused to resolve the presidential candidate and his deputies, and the Republic and his deputies."[/ltr]
    [ltr]Attention is a member of Maliki's coalition that "the rule of law will resolve his order while the other ordered the parties resolved their candidates."[/ltr]
    [ltr]It was a coalition of law decided in a meeting, earlier, and all of its components to nominate its leader, Nouri al-Maliki for a third term as prime minister, while the frequency in days past the name of the President of his former Tariq star and leader of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Amiri and Deputy Prime Minister Hussain al-Shahristani as substitutes for al-Maliki.[/ltr]
    [ltr] In the meantime, confirms Deputy for mass-Shahristani said "discussions within the National Alliance is still in the process of negotiations only." Explains Samira al-Moussawi, the "long", "The National Alliance continues to receive suggestions and recommendations of the parties affiliated to the inside, and the studied without access to a definitive solution."[/ltr]
    [ltr] Musawi and expects to continue talks within the Shiite alliance even agree on a candidate for prime minister, which would not be out of the coalition.[/ltr]
    [ltr] The National Alliance held a meeting after the parliament session in the House chairman of the Alliance, "Ibrahim al-Jaafari."  In a statement issued after the meeting did not address the coalition agreement on the presidential candidate of the next government, but spoke in general about the security situation, and support the political process and the Constitution. [/ltr]


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