Sunni and Kurdish forces are still engaged in negotiations to obtain the consent of the Shiite alliance on the demands made by the promised prerequisites to participate in government.
Baghdad -oaln leader of the National Alliance in the Iraqi Shiite, said on Wednesday that the Iraqi prime minister-designate to form a government Haider Abadi (which belongs to the coalition) will receive the names of the candidates of the major political blocs of the portfolios in a maximum period of the end of the day tomorrow, Thursday.
According to observers, there is still the Kurdish forces and Sunni negotiations are taking place "last minute" to get the approval of the Shiite alliance on the demands made by the promised prerequisites to participate in government. said the leader of the Alliance Furat al-Shara, is scheduled to receive the last names of the candidates of the major political blocs for ministerial positions In less than 48 hours, and expected that the declaration of the new Cabinet will be early next week, and will be submitted to parliament for a vote of confidence within the period specified constitutional and ending before September 11 / September ongoing. locked Abadi and the Committee of 7 members of the National Alliance for nearly two weeks of difficult negotiations with delegations blocks Sunni and Kurdish with providing these blocks demands exceed the capabilities Abadi to put ceilings of time to implement or annexation in the government project, which announced the completion of its formulation, without the Sovereign until this morning. added Shara that the distribution of ministries between the blocks and the number would be similar to what was the case in the outgoing government, pointing out that the National Alliance, according to the divisions is the final got 10 ministries, while the Kurds get 4 Ministries, and 5 for the coalition forces Iraqi actress blocks Sunni Arab, as well as ministries for the rest of the blocks that did not settle the issue yet. explained the leadership that the most prominent ministries that clinched the National Alliance is "the financial, oil and defense." At the same time, there is still the position of the coalition of national forces, which includes the majority Sunni Arab powers of winning the recent parliamentary elections, a firm not to provide the names of candidates to fill the ministries before receiving a written response from the National Alliance includes approval on items that have been negotiated within the paper demands made by the negotiating committee formed by the coalition, according to a member of the coalition, "the Iraqi" Raad Aldhlki.
Analysts expect politicians to be important Abadi in the formation of the government, "harder and more complex" than his predecessor, Nuri al-Maliki, who led the Iraqi government over eight years, and marked his reign with a series of events that made him a figure isolated internally from the political blocs, as well as criticism of external policies also .
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