Deputy confirms that there are no guarantees to pass Al-Kazemi’s government: Some blocs have changed their position in the last seconds

Deputy confirms that there are no guarantees to pass Al-Kazemi’s government: Some blocs have changed their position in the last seconds

01/20/2020 10:09

Deputy confirms that there are no guarantees to pass Al-Kazemis government - Some blocs have changed their position in the last secondsBaghdad today _ Baghdad

Jamal Fakher, MP of the Alliance Alliance, on Friday (01 May 2020), confirmed that there are no real guarantees to pass the government of taxpayer Mustafa Al-Kazemi so far, while noting that some blocs have changed their positions in the last seconds, as happened with the former taxpayer Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi.

Jamal Fakher, in an interview with (Baghdad Today)), said that “most of the political forces agreed with the Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi, that his government be independent from party figures, and that it would be from professional technocrats, especially since the new government is temporary and has specific tasks, and on Its head is to hold early elections. ”

Fakher added, “Al-Kazemi worked to satisfy all political parties and made his government a partnership government without the presence of partisan and political figures. If there are political figures in his government, most representatives will not vote on it.”

The deputy of the Saeron Alliance continued, “Completing the ministerial cabinet and setting the date for the voting session on it does not mean that the new government will pass in the House of Representatives, and the scenario of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi can be repeated. There are no guarantees to pass the new government, especially with a political bloc that may change its supportive position To exhibitions in the last seconds. ”

The Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced, on Wednesday, the signature of the Ministerial Curriculum Book for his government and sent it to the presidency of the House of Representatives.

“Today, I sent the ministerial curriculum to the distinguished parliament, to inform the ladies and gentlemen, and the names of the candidates will be sent to the cabinet, within the constitutional period, to determine the voting session,” Al-Kazimi said in a video clip published by his media office.

Among the paragraphs of the ministerial curriculum that the Prime Minister-designate talked about, he will “confine weapons to the state, hold early elections after completing the electoral law, and activate the Electoral Commission,” in addition to a number of paragraphs that are included in the Al-Kazemi Ministerial Platform.

Then, Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi announced, Wednesday (April 29, 2020), that he would receive the ministerial curriculum provided by the Prime Minister-designate Mustafa al-Kazimi.

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