Abadi likely to form a government of technocrats before the end of its constitutional term (expanded)

Abadi likely to form a government of technocrats before the end of its constitutional term (expanded)

2018/5/22 19:04

Abadi likely to form a government of technocrats before the end of its constitutional term(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Tuesday, that there is almost complete correspondence with the alliance are going to form a government of technocrats strong.
Abadi said during his weekly press conference today that “the meeting with the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr witnessed a convergence of views on the next stage.”
“There is a near-perfect match with a coalition that is going to form a strong technocratic government,” he said.
He called on the Electoral Commission to transparency in the work and to hand over the political blocs all the information on each electoral station, ruling out “re-election, and must verify the final results well and the Commission to protect the voice of the citizen and not protect the blocks and names.”
He added that he “must abide by the constitutional time for the formation of the next government and I expect to form before the end of the legal period specified” scheduled in 90 days.
On the security side, Abadi said that “our main goal is to protect citizens and borders and prevent the infiltration of terrorists, and we succeeded in securing the Syrian side and eliminating the oppressors in the Upper Euphrates.”
On Saturday, the Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) announced the final results of the May 12 parliamentary elections, with the Sadrists led by Moqtada al-Sadr with 54 seats followed by the Fatah list with 47 seats and the 42-seat Al-Nasr coalition.
The coalition of state law on 26 seats, the Kurdistan Democratic Party with 25 seats, while the National Coalition led by Iyad Allawi, 21 seats, and the stream of national wisdom led by Ammar al-Hakim on 20 seats and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan on 18 seats, and got other lists on the fewer seats .is over

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