Al-Kazemi enters a new stage of negotiations after the blocs reject his ministers list

Al-Kazemi enters a new stage of negotiations after the blocs reject his ministers list

04/27 2020 10:11

Al-Kazemi enters a new stage of negotiations after the blocs reject his ministers listBaghdad today – follow up

On Monday (April 27, 2020), MP Al-Fateh Parliamentary Bloc, Mukhtar Al-Mousawi, announced a new stage of negotiations, to be conducted by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, with Sunni and Kurdish components.

Al-Musawi said, in a press statement, that “the taxpayer will start new negotiations with the Sunni and Kurdish constituencies to redress a crisis in which the Shiite forces keep some candidates in the cabinet.”

He added, “The Shiite forces have mortgaged the passing of the government of designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi, by obtaining a mandate from the Sunni and Kurdish forces to choose their representatives in the government booth.”

Al-Musawi said, “The Shiite blocs gave Al-Kazemi the freedom to choose their candidates for the ministerial list, in contrast to the Sunni and Kurdish forces that appointed their candidates for the cabinet.”

He pointed out that “in the event that the Sunni and Kurdish forces refuse to grant Al-Kazimi authorization to choose his ministerial team, the Shiite forces will present their candidates to the new government and withdraw their authorization for him,” noting that “the political agreement limited the share of the Shiite house to 12 ministries, the Sunni component 6 visited, and the Kurdish 3 ministries, And minorities are one ministry. ”

Al-Musawi added, “The Shiite blocs are awaiting Al-Kazimi’s negotiations with the Sunni and Kurdish powers and the agreements that will accrue to them, and on the basis of which they determine the final position by nominating new personalities or adopting the names presented by Al-Kazemi.”

According to media sources, the designated president informed the Shiite forces that he would make some amendments to the candidates for the cabinet, and in the event of any opposition or political party objecting, he would withdraw from the assignment without hesitation.

On 22nd of this month, Al-Kazemi held an expanded meeting with Shiite leaders at the home of the head of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hadi Al-Amiri, to discuss the formation of the ministerial government.

A source said, in an interview with (Baghdad Today), that “the Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi began a short time ago with a meeting with the seven Shiite leaders in the presence of the head of the State of Law coalition Nuri al-Maliki, the president of the Alliance of Fath Hadi al-Amiri, the head of the Sadqoun Adnan Fihan bloc, and Nassar al-Rubaie, the president of the organization Politics of the Sadrist movement. ”

(9 April 2020), Al-Kazimi was appointed by the President of the Republic to form the new government, in place of Adnan Al-Zarfi, head of the Victory Bloc in Parliament who could not form the government, and he apologized for completing the mission.

Well-informed political sources revealed that the Prime Minister-designate, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, continues his consultations and discussions with Shiite and Sunni forces in order to expedite the presentation of the government program and the cabinet, to be presented to members of the House of Representatives.