Kurdish lawmaker: three scenarios in the formation of the next government and we are against the renewal
Kurdish lawmaker: three scenarios in the formation of the next government and we are against the renewal of the mandate of the owners
Monday, May 26 / May 2014 12:47
[Baghdad – where]
Saw the Kurdistan Alliance MP Shwan Mohammed Taha and there are three scenarios for the formation of the next government.
Said Taha told all of Iraq [where] “There are three scenarios are on the scene, the first that some of the major political forces seeking to form a government of national partnership without the extension of the third term to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, while the second is subtracted from by a coalition of state law, and some small lists and heading towards forming a majority government, represented by al-Maliki. ”
“The third scenario is subtracted from the blocks before we call small and Balkhjul and are looking for a piece of the cake, which is distributed between now and then and are demanding the government of national partnership without raising the subject of the third term.”
He said Kurdish lawmaker “We as agents of Kurdistan our point of view is clear: build a government of national partnership and real without the extension of the third term, and there is a match in visions between the political forces of Kurdistan and the Iraqi List, and some of the great powers within the National Alliance Order in this direction.”
Taha pointed out that “in terms of the formal side, the election results did not change anything on the ground of the political map of Iraq.”
The political parties were part of the State of Law coalition had announced after a meeting last Friday nominated al-Maliki officially for a third term, but blocks of several, including the Kurdistan Alliance and united, national and citizen and the Liberals have announced their rejection of the third mandate as bent National Alliance to develop its rules of procedure and criteria for naming the next prime minister with leaks renewed the mandate of the Prime Minister for only two sessions.
For his part, reiterated the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, the Kurdish position of rejecting the state’s third generation, stressing that the option available in case it is to resort to a referendum in the province, referring to declare secession from Iraq. Ended 2.