Thursday, 07 August / August 2014 11:21
[Baghdad - where]
The Deputy for a coalition of state law, for the meeting of leaders and representatives of the National Alliance to discuss nominate the candidate for prime minister.
The MP said the Star Ghanem told all of Iraq [where] that "a meeting house of Prime Alliance Ibrahim al-Jaafari morning included leaders and representatives of the coalition, including Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Hussein al-Shahristani and Khodair al Hadi al-Amiri, to discuss the person of Prime Minister and confirmed their commitment to the directives of the religious authority in this regard." .
The religious authority has stressed on more than one occasion on the need to have the next government Bmqpolh wide range of different political forces.
It is said that disagreement between the political blocs were part of the National Alliance on interpretation of the largest parliamentary bloc, a number which will cost constitutionally form the next government amid stuck coalition of state law as the biggest bloc, and not the National Alliance and the nomination of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for a third term which was rejected by the majority of the blocks.
He sought to obtain the support of the political blocs to chosen as prime minister for a third term, as he reiterated his commitment in his weekly on Wednesday, on the grounds of his coalition, State of Law, the largest bloc in the House of Representatives, and nominate its candidate for prime minister, "warning of" overtaking on Merit Constitutional his coalition to form a government, which would open the fire of hell on Iraq. "he says.
By the President of the Republic has decided to extend the deadline Fuad Masum, determine the largest parliamentary bloc, which would cost its candidate to form a new government on Monday next after that was scheduled to end today Alkhamis.anthy 14.
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