Al-Maliki is afraid of "the collapse of the political process: the next parliament session is fateful."
Shafaq News/ The head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, called on Britain, on Thursday, to play a positive role in the relationship between the Iraqi components, and indicated that the upcoming parliament session will be "fatal", fearing the "collapse" of the political process, the British ambassador confirmed his country's support for the government. Comprehensive Iraqi participation with all parties.
The media office of the head of the State of Law coalition said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, "The head of the coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, received in his office today, the British ambassador to Iraq, Mark Bryson Richardson, and they discussed the latest developments in the political situation and ongoing dialogues in order to form a government, as well as the effects of the Ukrainian-Russian crisis on the whole The international situation, especially the economic situation.
Al-Maliki stressed, "the extent of the depth of the friendly relations between Iraq and Britain and the desire to develop them in various fields," noting that "the political situation in the country is still suffering from a state of political obstruction in light of the presence of foreign interference, which is at its worst," calling on all countries to "stay away from Interfering in Iraq's internal affairs, and for Britain to remain neutral and to play a positive role in the relationship between the components."
The head of the State of Law coalition indicated that "the upcoming parliament session is crucial in terms of forming the government," explaining that "the coordination framework and its allies adhere to the constitutional and legal frameworks in its formation (the guarantor third), which we will make as a basis for achieving stability and preserving the political process from collapse."
According to the statement, the British ambassador expressed "his country's keenness to strengthen and develop bilateral relations with Iraq, and Britain's support for a comprehensive Iraqi government in which all parties participate."
Next Saturday, the Iraqi parliament is scheduled to hold a special session to elect the president of the republic, where the "Save the Homeland" coalition announced "Reber Ahmed" as a candidate for the post of President of the Republic and "Jaafar al-Sadr" to head the next government.
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