BAGHDAD / obelisk: Deputy in the National Alliance, Ali al-Badri, said on Tuesday that the coalition is witnessing fierce competition between its components on the position of Ibrahim al-Jaafari, who is currently the foreign minister in the new government.
The MP said Badri, in an interview for "obelisk" that "blocks the National Alliance hotly contested to take over the presidency of the National Alliance, instead of al-Jaafari, the current president," noting that "there are the names of the six names on the table for the job."
He added that al-Badri, "all blocks of the National Alliance for the presidency have the desire to Alliance."
He explained that "the blocks that fall within the coalition did not provide their candidates formally within the coalition for the position, with the exception of a coalition of state law, which announced the naming Ali al-Adeeb, a candidate for the Coalition for the presidency," and expressed to expect in the "Designation of the President of the National Alliance after the completion of a file named security minister."
The past years, the leadership of the National Alliance by boss Ibrahim al-Jaafari, a way to collect the parties and standardization in topics and issues strategy, also marked Jaafari to play the role of godfather, not only at the level of the National Alliance, but in the House of Representatives, and among the parties of the political process when it passed through various crises .
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