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Required to set a date for the formation of the Iraqi government

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Required to set a date for the formation of the Iraqi government

Post  Shilo on Sun Aug 15, 2010 9:46 am

Required to set a date for the formation of the Iraqi governmentAugust 14, 2010 · Posted in NEWS

Required to set a date for the formation of the Iraqi government

Baghdad, 14 August (Akaniwz) – A member of the coalition of Kurdish blocs, on Saturday evening, to set a timetable for the formation of the new Iraqi government.

Said Mohsen al-Saadoun told Kurdistan News (Akaniwz) The “coalition of the Kurdish bloc seeks to urge the other blocks of winning the election on a deadline to announce the formation of next government.”
He explained that “the continuation of political talks between the main factions, to no avail, real, requires a specific period of time to announce the next government.”
The Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani, expressed no opposition to Nuri al-Maliki, leader of coalition rule of law, the prime minister for a second term, with A coalition blocs Kurdish demands for political blocs.
Kurdish leaders and emphasizes the need to apply Article 140 of the Constitution concerning disputed areas as a prerequisite for an alliance with other political blocs.
Demands include the Kurds put forward by the negotiating team in Baghdad since the start of Round negotiations in mid-June the past is written guarantees from the parties that will go with them in coalitions for the Ministry of sovereign, and the post of President of the Republic, as well as to find solutions with Baghdad on oil contracts and the budget issue, “Peshmerga “, and a general population census and a commitment to the Constitution and the federal system.
The Kurds have 57 seats out of 325 seats comprising the Iraqi Council of Representatives, 43 seats for the Kurdish Alliance, and eight seats to the list of change, and four seats for the Islamic Association, and two of the Islamic Group.
Competing for the presidency by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki (89 seats) and the “arch” of former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi (91 seats), while insisting the Kurds to hold on to the post of President of the Republic and currently occupied by Jalal Talabani, while never a candidate for the Presidency of the Council of Representatives .
Going on in Iraq other than a heated on the formation of the government, after nearly five months of the elections, amid rising fears of a deteriorating security situation, particularly after the announcement of the high death toll from the violence last July to more than any month since May 2008.
It was a lot of Iraqis are hoping that produce the March elections for a government to work to improve the lost security and services, particularly electricity sector, which suffers from Iraq for several years, while negotiations are still to form a government deadlocked.
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