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Al-Iraqiya meets SLC this evening

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Al-Iraqiya meets SLC this evening

Post  Shilo on Fri Aug 06, 2010 3:09 pm

Al-Iraqiya meets SLC this evening

Friday, August 6th 2010 5:17 PM

Baghdad, Aug. 6 (AKnews) - A member in al-Iraqiya list, led by the former Prime Minister Ayad Allawi, said his bloc will meet with the State of Law Coalition (SLC) on Friday evening to resolve the differences and end the crisis on the disagreement of the blocs over the candidate for the prime minister’s post.

“The meeting will examine possibilities of signing a joint working paper between the two lists to speed up the formation of the next Iraqi government," said Hussein al-Shaalan.

“The meeting will bring together leaders in the two lists and it will consider how to bring the visions and ideas between the two lists closer together.”

He also added the meeting will discuss the form of the next government as well as the crisis of the prime minister's post.

“The relationship between the SLC and al-Iraqiya is setting on the right path, as it is different to previous relationships where there was a loss of trust between the two lists,” according to Shaalan.

“The meeting will be more serious than previous engagements due to the deteriorating relations between the SLC and the Iraqi National alliance.”

The Independent High Electoral Commission of Iraq issued the final result of March 7 parliamentary votes in which al-Iraqiya list secured 91 parliamentary seats and outgoing Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's SLC won 89 seats. Another major Shia group, the Iraqi National Alliance, won 70 seats and Kurdistan Alliance secured 57 seats.

None of the groups has the 163-seat majority needed to head the future government.

The country’s blocs have not succeeded to reach an agreement to form the new government because of the legal disagreements over the bloc that will be charged to head the next government.

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