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Member of the National Coalition calls for Iraqi to compromise

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Member of the National Coalition calls for Iraqi to compromise

Post  Shilo on Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:26 pm

Member of the National Coalition calls for Iraqi to compromise

September 9, 2010 · Posted in NEWS

Baghdad, 9 September (Akaniwz) -
Member of the National Coalition calls for Iraqi to compromise on its demands

The member of the National Coalition, led by Ammar al-Hakim today, Thursday, the Iraqi List to give up its demands to allow the alliance, which brings together his coalition with the rule of law nominated candidate for the next government, pointing out that Iraq’s wish led entire political process.

Said Abdul Jabbar al-Moussawi told the news Kurdistan (Akaniwz) that “the insistence of the Iraqi List to form a government does not desire to do just that, but it wants under the leadership of the future political process a whole.”

The Moussaoui that “there is a step should be taken by the Iraqi’s would give up its demands in order to make way for the National Alliance to nominate its candidate for prime minister,” adding that “the Iraqi National List to reflect the roof of its demands and its fall.”

He stressed member of the National Coalition that “If you’re still Iraq is determined to lead the political process, there will be no solution to form a government,” noting that “Iraq came newly into the political process after they had been in opposition, and was trying to break up the political process in the previous phase” as he put it.
He added that “it should look for points of agreement between them and the other lists, and deal with moderation and moderation with the other party.”

And threatened the Iraqi List more than once boycott the political process and not to participate in the formation of the next Iraqi government in case the right to form a government as the winning list in the elections, after showing signs of an actual agreement between the “Shi’ite lists.”

The coalition of the state of law which is headed by Iraqi Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, the National Coalition led by Ammar al-Hakim has recently agreed on a mechanism for choosing a new prime ministerial candidate include the reduction of the proportion of the vote within the Committee of Wise Men from 80% to 65% for a candidate who holds the post of prime minister.

The agreement comes after it named the National Coalition on Friday, the last leader of the Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council Adel Abdul Mahdi as its candidate for the presidency of the next government.

It is hoped that the Mahdi is running a competition with a candidate rule of law, Nuri al-Maliki at a meeting between them today, so the alliance, which brings out masses (National Alliance), a single candidate for prime minister before going to the Dome of the House of Representatives.

In the event came out, “National Alliance” a single candidate for prime minister does not separate between them and the majority needed to form a government only four seats, Alliance maintains a 159 parliamentary seats, including 89 law of the state and 70 to the National Coalition, which means that the Kurds, who hold 57 parliamentary seats are Cluster-weighted.

And form the next government of the former coalition would dismiss the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, head of the Government, although it won the largest number of parliamentary seats in the elections held on the seventh of last March, winning 91 seats.

The country has a constitutional crisis as a result of stalled negotiations aimed at forming a government after nearly six months after the Parliamentary elections that took place in March last year.

The process of delaying the formation of the government of concern to many Iraqis, especially with the end of combat missions for the U.S. Army Tuesday, warned against Iraqi leaders to pursue armed groups to exploit the political vacuum, in order to bring Iraq into the circle of sectarian violence, such as those experienced in 2006 and 2007.

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