[size=36]The rule of law: the prime minister in the next government from the coordinating framework[/size]
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, the State of Law coalition announced, on Tuesday, its position on the commission's announcement of the final results of the parliamentary elections that took place on the tenth of last October.
The coalition's spokesman, Bahaa El-Din Al-Nouri, said in a television interview, which was followed by "Mawazine News", that the appeals submitted to the election results did not significantly change the preliminary results that were announced.
He added, that the State of Law coalition was among those who objected to the election results, but today, after the final announcement of the results, we respect the decisions of the judiciary.
Al-Nouri added that the public of the rule of law was subjected to a great injustice because of the problems that accompanied the election.
Al-Nouri pointed out, "Committees will be formed by the coordination framework to negotiate with the rest of the winning blocs in the elections," noting that the coordination framework is the largest bloc in number and the doors of dialogue are open to all political blocs.
Al-Nouri stressed that the prime minister in the next government will be part of the coordinating framework. Ended 29/R77