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    Maliki party hints at ‘wider deal’

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    Post by Bama Diva Tue 15 Jul 2014, 4:19 pm

    Maliki party hints at ‘wider deal’

    July 16, 2014

      
    BAGHDAD: Iraq Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki’s Shi’ite National Alliance hinted that a wider deal had been reached before the election of a Sunni lawmaker as Speaker with Shiite support. Ibrahim Al Jaafari, Maliki’s predecessor and now head of his group, said the Shi’ite alliance was voting for Salim Al Jubouri and expected support from Sunni politicians in return.

    “It is the nature of any deal that any commitment should be mutual. It doesn’t make sense that we support them and they don’t support us,” Jaafari said. However, he did not specify whether the National Alliance would now nominate Maliki for prime minister or choose another candidate.Iraqi lawmakers broke into applause on Tuesday after Jubouri passed the 165-vote threshold needed to win the post of Speaker. Jubouri won 194 votes in the 328-seat parliament.

    Proceedings then turned to electing two deputy speakers — one Shiite and one Kurd.

    Jabouri — the deputy secretary-general of the Islamic Party — worked as a law professor at University of Mesopotamia and was a member of the constitution drafting committee. He also serves as head of the human rights committee in the Iraqi parliament.

    Born in 1971 in Iraq’s eastern province of Diyala, Jabouri obtained his degree of doctorate in law in 2001. He was elected as MP and head of the legal committee in the first parliament after the US-invasion in 2005, and again was elected MP and head of human rights committee in the outgoing 2010 parliament.

    In the April 30 parliamentary elections, Jubouri was the head of a Sunni bloc for Diyala province named Diyala is Our Identity, which is affiliated to the Osama Al Nujaifi’s Motahidoun bloc. Jubouri’s bloc won most of Diyala’s 14 parliamentary seats.

    The two candidates nominated for the speaker post were Jubouri for the Sunni gathering named the Alliance of National Powers, and female Member of Parliament Shrouq Al Ubaiyachi for the Civil Alliance, an independent parliamentary bloc. 

    According to the constitution, parliament now has 30 days to elect a president, who will then have 15 days to ask the leader of the largest bloc in the legislature to form a government.


    Then a prime minister will be picked.


    Agencies
     http://gulftoday.ae/portal/ad12a16b-e31a-4ee5-830c-a750053672d4.aspx?

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