Follow-up / source revealed in the National Alliance for why the leader of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki to exit 'angry' meeting of the Alliance, which was held yesterday morning at the home of al-Jaafari. The source said that al-Maliki came out of the meeting angry after he refused to leaders of the National Alliance nomination for a third term, indicating that the coalition leaders stressed that their candidate for prime minister is from the state of law exclusively. Among the names mentioned are strongly now to fill the post of prime minister (Tarek Najm) Maliki's office manager and leader of the Dawa Party, and (Haider Abadi), one of the leaders of the state of law and the Dawa Party. She had sparred and altercation between the head of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki and the head of the independent affiliated with the coalition of state law, Hussein al-Shahristani and head of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Amiri during a meeting of the National Alliance. A source familiar political reporter for the news agency of the news (et) that 'differences and got a verbal argument after the rejection of Ameri-Shahristani and renew the mandate of Nuri al-Maliki and attachment to the job and the hardening of his position and the effect that al-Maliki left the meeting room.'
The source said that the head of the Dawa Party-Iraq Organization Khodair al did not attend the meeting without knowing the reasons
It is noteworthy that the differences are still going on within the National Alliance for the selection of the prime minister for the next government.
While still clings to the rule of law Nouri al-Maliki as prime minister, the other blocks within the coalition of the Liberal and the citizen refuses this nomination, as well as other blocks outside the coalition is still continuing in the categorical refusal to take over as prime minister Nuri al-Maliki for the third session.
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