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Iraqiya holds “important” meeting Sat. under Allawi

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Post  Shilo on Sat Oct 02, 2010 10:28 am

Iraqiya holds “important” meeting Sat. under Allawi

October 2, 2010 - 11:17:59

BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The al-Iraqiya bloc will hold an “important” meeting today under its leader Iyad Allawi to discuss the outcome of his negotiations with other blocs and the coming steps towards forming a government, the bloc’s official spokesperson said.
“The meeting will be held at the al-Iraqiya headquarters and a press conference will be convened later to reviews the outcome of the bloc’s talks with other political parties,” Maysoon al-Damluji told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
On the outcome of a meeting held on Friday between al-Iraqiya, the Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council (SIIC) and Fadila (Virtue) Party, Damluji replied that it was “positive”.
“The meeting saw an agreement over some common views regarding the materialization of a national project and the establishment of a partnership government in accordance with the constitution,” she said.
Commenting on some media reports that members in Nouri al-Maliki’s Dawlat al-Qanoon (State of Law) bloc said legislators from al-Iraqiya expressed a wish to participate in a government led by Maliki, Damluji noted that these calls were “groundless”.
“These are far-fetched wishes made only by those who made them,” she said, noting that al-Iraqiya’s position regarding a Maliki-led government is “clear and irrevocable”.
Damluji pointed out that al-Iraqiya would never give up its national project for the sake of temporary gains or positions.
The National Alliance (NA), which has 159 out of a total 325 parliamentary seats, had announced on Friday that it picked Maliki as a candidate for the prime minister post, ending nearly five months of haggling since it was set up and seven months after the March 7 legislative elections regarding the mechanisms to choose a prime minister in light of a conflict between the bloc’s key members Dawlat al-Qanoon (89 seats) and the Iraqi National Alliance (INA), which obtained 70 seats.

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