[size=36]State of Law: The National Consistency Alliance owns one third of the guarantor, and the session will not be held without his presence[/size]
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The Parliamentary State of Law bloc said today, Saturday, that the "National Consistency Alliance", under which the coordination framework belongs, owns the "guarantor third", and the presidential election session will not be held without his presence.
The head of the bloc, Atwan Al-Atwani, stated that "the coordination framework will not attend a session in which it was not agreed upon (the largest bloc), and we feel that there is an exclusion of the Shiite component, as part of the Shiites participate in a government in which the majority of Sunnis and Kurds are present, and this is an exclusion and weakening of the larger component." .
Al-Atwani added in an interview with the official "Al-Sabah" newspaper, which was followed by Mawazine News, that "when there is a real will to form a consensual government that guarantees the largest component of government representation and participation in it, the framework will be present."
And he added, "We do not believe in forcing the political blocs to force the opposition, and we cannot attend a session being prepared in this way," stressing that "the (National Stability) coalition, under which the coordinating framework belongs, owns the guarantor third, and the session will not be held without his presence."
The House of Representatives is scheduled to hold a session at 11 am this morning, the agenda of which includes the election of a president of the republic. Ended 29/N33