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MP Al-Maliki: the rule of law receive a refund of the Federal Court as the biggest bloc

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MP Al-Maliki: the rule of law receive a refund of the Federal Court as the biggest bloc Empty MP Al-Maliki: the rule of law receive a refund of the Federal Court as the biggest bloc

Post by lonelyintexas Wed 23 Jul 2014, 4:07 pm

MP Al-Maliki: the rule of law receive a refund of the Federal Court as the biggest bloc
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 20:12


 
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Announced a coalition of state law, receiving a response from the Federal Court as a bloc Alakparvi the House of Representatives.
 
A source in the National Alliance has revealed on July 12 that the coalition of state law, submitted an application to the Federal Court to inquire about the largest bloc in terms of the number of seats in the new parliament, noting that "the request has been made ​​in isolation from the National Alliance."
 
The MP said the coalition Hussein al-Maliki in a press statement Tuesday evening that "the State of Law coalition received a response of the Federal Court as the largest parliamentary bloc, and clings Nouri al-Maliki's candidate for prime minister."
 
The source said at the time that "demand feet after intercepting the majority of the blocks on the state law, a candidate of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki."
 
He said the "state law made ​​the request in isolation from the National Alliance, who presented himself politically as the owner of the largest parliamentary bloc in terms of the number of seats [173 seats]," adding that "demand came on the grounds that the National Alliance, so far he has no authentication and Tab legal on It's the biggest bloc in parliament. "
 
The source pointed out that "if the court approved the request of state law, which he says both the largest bloc within the National Alliance or in the dome of the parliament, it will be charged with forming the government," pointing out that "this request has been made ​​after the outbreak of considerable disagreement within the National Alliance."
 
"The National Coalition looking for an alternative to the owners, while the coalition of state law, is still insisting on his nomination," adding that "the National Coalition main goal should not be to nominate a prime minister without agreed upon within the National Alliance and upon the admissibility of the religious authority which is an important point as well as the rest of the the other parties. "
 
The source said the National Alliance, "There are three names of candidates of the National Coalition for prime minister instead of al-Maliki, after mature consultation about it will be announced officially."
 
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki had announced in the fourth month of July that he "will never give up for nomination for the position of prime minister in the new government," pointing out that "a coalition of state law, the owner of the largest parliamentary bloc in the new parliament."
 
It is scheduled to hold its Parliament tomorrow amid reports of disagreement Kurdish blocs until now to nominate their candidates for the post of President of the Republic. Ended
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