Fri Aug 08 2014 23:52 | (Voice of Iraq)
long-Presse / Baghdad
Revealed a mass citizen, on Friday, that the senior leaders and deputies of the Islamic Dawa Party, joined the masses reject the state's third Nuri al-Maliki confirmed that the National Alliance candidate for prime minister would be "ready" during the next 48 hours.
A spokesman for mass citizen eloquent Abu tirelessly in an interview with the "long" that "the meetings held by the National Alliance on Thursday did not reach agreement on an alternative candidate put forward for the owners to head the government."
He said Abu Galal, that "there are several names floated in the meetings of the National Alliance, which was held in the past few hours, including Haider Abadi, and Tarek Najm, and Ibrahim al-Jaafari," pointing out that "these names are not approved by a coalition of state law."
He pointed spokesman that "the candidate state law, Nuri al-Maliki is still clinging to his candidacy thus hindering reach the National Alliance to put a personal enjoys admissibility National for the position of the presidency of the Council of Ministers in the coming period," explaining that "the meetings of the National Alliance, continuing until reaching a personal occasion for this position ".
He added that "Maliki stuck nomination to head the government to pay the National Alliance to request an extension to the deadline for the selection of the Constitutional candidate and asked to form the government," noting that the religious reference it finally settled regarding the National Alliance candidate in a speech on Friday. "
The spokesman called mass citizen's parliamentary faction, Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Council of Ministers of the outgoing Nuri al-Maliki to "withdraw his candidacy and provide other candidate in response to the request of the religious authority not to cling to positions," and urged "the forces that fall within the coalition of state law that adhere to the directives of reference to respond to these calls," .
And on the reservations made by the parties within the coalition of state law about Maliki's nomination for a third term, he explained eloquently Abu Galal, that "there are some MPs from the Islamic Dawa Party and leaders of adult joined the blocs of independents and Badr, which refuse and strongly Maliki's nomination for a third term within the rule of law in response to the directives of the religious authority ".
"During the meetings of the National Alliance recent which ended in the past few hours, told some of the leading adult of the Islamic Dawa Party blocks Alliance they deduced from the third mandate of the owners," noting that "the National Coalition would go with some of the blocks of state law, reject the nomination of Prime Minister outgoing label National Alliance candidate on Sunday. "
He pointed out that "the National Alliance, told al-Maliki in previous interviews that he wants a departure solemn and respectful of his authority," explaining that "the blocks outs do not have any animosity with al-Maliki only person in his approach to work and performance."
He pointed out that "al-Maliki stuck his candidacy for the presidency of the government is to love to cling to power."
The gave the president Fuad Masum, the Shiite alliance until Sunday to nominate a candidate acceptable nationally, are being asked to form the ministry, amid claims by local and international change the political team ruling, and coming personality able to pursue Saasah moderate would reunite the political situation Ripper, in the circumstances of the country's most forestry, where all Iraqi groups suffer the scourge of war with terrorism.
This comes at a time hinted Ktlta Badr and independents to they did not Tdama Maliki's nomination for a third term, because the Shiite parties keen to provide personal, "according to the opinion of reference Najaf", enjoys admissibility national, and pave the way for political change, which could mean the loss of Maliki's support within the bloc about more than half.
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