Urgent .. Maliki up to parliament and meet Jubouri to discuss naming the prime minister expected

Urgent .. Maliki up to parliament and meet Jubouri to discuss naming the prime minister expected

July 26, 2014 10:19

Urgent - Maliki up to parliament and meet Jubouri to discuss naming the prime minister expected[Baghdad – where]

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Saturday morning, to the parliament building and met with the House of Representatives, Salim al.

According to a parliamentary source told all of Iraq [where] that “al-Maliki met upon arrival at the Parliament Paljbura and discussed with him the political developments in the country and the constitutional requirements of naming the next prime minister of the new government.”

The Office of the President of the House of Representatives has announced this morning a brief statement received [where] a copy of “The President of the Council, Salim al will meet on Saturday morning, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki., Without giving a statement, no details of the meeting, the first between Maliki and al-Jubouri after the election last Chairman of the Board on 13 July this year.

Relations have been strained between Maliki and former president of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi has not met for several months, and was Najafi, who heads a coalition united for reform among the most prominent opponents of Maliki as prime minister for a third term.

It is known that both the former president and the current president Najafi Jubouri head of the list [of Diyala identity] Mnazavian union alliance in the Iraqi forces, headed by Najafi.

Najafi was announced before the election that the deputy Jubouri “coalition of Iraqi forces” have vowed to support Jubouri, provided they do not accept a third term for the owners.

He sought to obtain the support of the political blocs to chosen president of the new government on the grounds that the candidate of the biggest bloc in parliament, where the coalition of state law, led the 93 seats in the elections held on April 30, amid opposition from the majority of parties and political forces. Ended

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