Al-Maliki as Prime Minister .. The rule of law reveals the mechanisms and criteria for the nomination of the “leader”

Al-Maliki as Prime Minister .. The rule of law reveals the mechanisms and criteria for the nomination of the “leader”

2022-07-05 02:03

Al-Maliki as Prime Minister .. The rule of law reveals the mechanisms and criteria for the nomination of the leaderShafaq News/ The State of Law coalition announced today, Tuesday, the candidacy of its “leader” Nuri al-Maliki “for the post of prime minister of the next government, revealing the mechanisms and criteria” for this nomination.

The leader of the coalition, Muhammad al-Sihoud, told Shafaq News Agency, “In the last meeting of the State of Law coalition, it was agreed to nominate the leader of the coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, for the position of Prime Minister, according to the criteria and mechanism proposed by the coordination framework in the personality of the candidate for the position of Prime Minister.”

Chihod added, “We are waiting for the nomination window to be opened by the General Assembly of the most numerous parliamentary bloc, and its number may reach 180, and then the prime minister will be elected.”

Al-Sihoud explained, “The Al-Fateh bloc has not submitted any candidate so far, and we are waiting for the opening of the nomination door from within the largest parliamentary bloc represented by Shiite deputies, so that the candidate will be elected within the bloc, as happened in 2005 when the United Iraqi Alliance opened the door for nomination for all From Ibrahim Al-Jaafari, Adel Abdul-Mahdi and Ahmed Chalabi, so that Al-Jaafari will be elected and win the elections.

He continued, “The same scenario will be repeated now, and the nomination window will be opened according to the mechanism and criteria, and then the candidate will be elected before the bloc’s general assembly.”

Since the Sadrist bloc’s representatives submitted their resignations from the Iraqi Council of Representatives and the withdrawal of the Sadrist movement’s leader Muqtada al-Sadr from the political process, the coordinating framework has addressed the task of forming the new government and entered into internal negotiations and dialogues with other political forces, but until now it has not been officially announced that understandings have been reached between the two parties. The blocs lead to the formation of the government.

Chihod’s speech comes, in confirmation of what a political source told Shafak News Agency, yesterday, Monday, that “the nomination of a prime minister will be according to controls and determinants, whenever they are found in a candidate, who will be chosen through the internal vote of the framework forces and then the other forces allied with him.”

The source confirmed, “The right of every Shiite political component or alliance within the framework forces to nominate whomever they see fit for the position, and the controls for candidacy for the position are available,” explaining that “all the Shiite forces affiliated with the framework agreed that giving way to the leaders of the second line of the party or coalition Provided that there are controls in it, and if tested names are presented, there is no harm in that, because the vote will resolve the controversy over the person of the next prime minister.”

The source also revealed that “among the names nominated for the position, the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, where his deputies nominated him for prime minister, also Mustafa Al-Kazemi, Asaad Al-Eidani, Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, and it is hoped that an independent figure will be presented with the controls for the position.”

And the source continued: “The names referred to will enter qualifiers by voting through the General Assembly of the framework (all deputies of the coordination framework), including the representatives of the forces allied with them, and any of the current proposed names or those that will be added later if they obtain the highest votes will be publicly presented as a candidate for prime minister on To be acceptable to the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr.”