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Baghdad: Omar Abdul Latif
Amid the escalation of media statements and speculation about the candidate for the position of the next prime minister in charge of forming the government, the coordinating framework confirmed that this personality would be far from the names presented previously, ruling out that he would accept the exclusion of the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, for an alliance with the Sadrist movement.
Member of the framework, Representative of the State of Law, Muhammad Al-Ziyadi, said: “The coordinating framework is determined to form a consensual government that includes all political forces.”
He added that "if the Federal Court decides to invalidate the session, the parliament speaker will be re-elected and new constitutional times will be set," noting that "the course of the first session confused the political process and constitutional timings."
He pointed out that "the coordination and the movement did not agree on candidates for the position of prime minister, and that the next prime minister will be far from the names presented previously."
In turn, a member of the leadership framework in the Al-Fateh Alliance, Mukhtar al-Moussawi, said: "The State of Law coalition is part of the Coordination Framework Alliance, and this important part cannot be abandoned, just as nation-building and reform cannot be achieved by excluding others."
He added that "it is unlikely that the State of Law coalition (and its leader, Nuri al-Maliki) will be excluded from the framework coalition," noting that "the country and the political process will not depend on anyone, so everyone must reject differences and make Iraq's interest a priority."
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