Special / Maliki poses a substitute for prime minister

Special / Maliki poses a substitute for prime minister

July 1, 2014

Special - Maliki poses a substitute for prime ministerBAGHDAD – ((eighth day))

The beginning of the meeting of leaders of the National Alliance in the house of Ibrahim al-Jaafari, on Monday evening, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on the last day of his second term, seemed to insist on Petrhha for the post of prime minister in the coming initially.

Says a close one of the leaders of the coalition participating in the meeting, said that “heads the Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim and a representative of the Sadrist movement Karrar al-Khafaji, objected strongly to put the name of al-Maliki.”

And apparently the latter was expected this rejection on the basis of predetermined positions announced by the Supreme Council and the Sadrists threw down, for the first time, an explicit alternative to his leadership in a state of law and director of his private office Tarek Najm.

The source told ((eighth day)), that “the latter was rejected by the parties, too, Shaking the meeting not to agree on a single candidate for the National Alliance to the presidency of the new government, especially since the Supreme Council and the Sadrists have candidates for the position as well.”

Nor any looming signs of an explicit agreement on a candidate before or during the convening of the first parliament session scheduled this Tuesday, the statement confirmed Jafari to “attend to discuss with the rest of the blocks to provide a figure acceptable to all parties to head the government.”

The source adds, “The majority of the leaders of the state law entered into an urgent meeting at the home of al-Maliki, after the meeting broke up home-Jaafari, in the presence of Nuri al-Maliki and Khalid al-Attiyah, and Haider al-Abadi and Tarek Najm and others.

On the other hand the coalition decided to attend the parliament session and the acceptance in principle Salim al-nomination for the presidency of the parliament to be Hamoudi, a vice president for the Alliance and Mohsen al-Sadoun second deputy for the Kurds. ”

He continues by saying, the “there is no agreement on MPs seek the rule of law to the formation of the interim presidency of the parliament headed Jubouri includes Hamoudi Al-Saadoun and out of the impasse remains an open meeting, which is rejected by the Federal Court.”

The source, said that “the meeting may witness also named president of the republic that succeeded the Kurds in the settlement of their differences and put forward a candidate explicitly for the job”, ruling out the possibility of naming a prime minister, especially after the intense controversy within the National Alliance to reject outright the owners and the alternative “. (AA)