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GCC urges political blocs to abandon sectarianism

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GCC urges political blocs to abandon sectarianism

Post  Shilo on Wed Aug 18, 2010 5:52 pm

GCC urges political blocs to abandon sectarianism

August 18, 2010

BAGHDAD / Aswat a-Iraq:
Gulf Cooperation Council Secretary General, Abdulrahman al-Attiya, called on Iraqi political blocs to favor the national agreement to form the government.
He stressed on the GCC support to Iraq’s security and stability, calling on all Iraqi blocs to favor the national interest to end Iraq’s crisis, according to a statement on the GCC Web site.
Differences are heating up among the al-Iraqiya, which obtained 91 seats, and Maliki’s Dawlat al-Qanoon (State of Law), which came second with 89 seats, to win the post of prime minister for the new government.
Allawi and Maliki both claim the right to form Iraq’s next government, based on varying interpretations of the constitution. Allawi’s coalition won the most seats in the March 7 national election by a slim margin over Maliki’s bloc. Neither has the alliances needed for the simple majority vote in parliament to form the government.
The Iraqiya bloc said it would not resume talks without an apology from Maliki. But the disagreement runs deeper than semantics. On Monday, Maliki’s State of Law group also rejected a request by Iraqiya to consider a power-sharing agreement.
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) consists of six states: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

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