Deputy for a coalition Najafi unlikely to take over al-Maliki third term

Deputy for a coalition Najafi unlikely to take over al-Maliki third term

Sunday, August 18 / August 2013 09:13

Deputy for a coalition Najafi unlikely to take over al-Maliki third term[Baghdad where]

Ruled by united coalition led by House Speaker Osama Najafi to assume Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s third term, attributing this to the consensus of the political blocs to change the current faces.

The MP said Mohammad Iqbal, according to a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that “renew the mandate of al-Maliki as prime minister linked to the law, which legitimized the House of Representatives [law defining the mandates of the three presidencies بولايتين, adding that” the Federal Court did not challenge until now the law Customized submitted by state law.

He explained that “the blocks are grouped on a new theory which faces change, meaning change policies, and the earlier stages, we do not want repeated a third term, and the formation of more crises than it is to build for the better.”

It was one of the media have published reports on the tongue source close to the coalition of state law indicates that the Islamic Dawa Party, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the mobility of a number of political parties to form an electoral alliance ensures that a third term for Maliki as prime minister indicating that “mobility yielded agreement principle with Massoud Barzani and Saleh al-Mutlaq, under certain conditions, and that the first signs agreement with Massoud Barzani, is the exclusion of the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs Hussain al-Shahristani of the presidency of the Committee on Energy.

The source noted that the position of Saleh al-Mutlaq was positive from the alliance expected but stipulated that dropping the charges against the vice president sentenced in absentia Tareq al-Hashemi, Minister of Finance accused Rafie al-Issawi, and that al-Maliki expressed his agreement in principle, but it is obligatory to reject some members of his own party, including Ali al-Adeeb and Sami al-Askari, stressing that Maliki still making efforts to persuade opponents and naysayers of his party members in order to persuade them to move to the implementation of the agreement and the formation of the coalition. according to Helms in the way the media]. “ended